A Grammar of the Tibetan Language: Literary and Colloquial

Voorkant
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1991 - 398 pagina's
In this volume the author has dealt with both literary and colloquial Tibetan mostly in use around Lhasa. The important and elusive subjects of Pronunciation and spelling are given on principle more systematic and accurate treatment highlighting the subtle distinctions. The so-called Verb has also been elaborately treated keeping in view the genius of the Tibetan sentence, the construction of which is unique.

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B INFLEXION
107
THE ADJECTIVE
115
THE PRONOUN
135
Demonstrative Pronouns
147
13 དང
167
ApvERBs
194
CONJUNCTIONS
201
ཡོདཔ Tobe
223

Spelling
50
Transliteration
55
Indicative and Differentiating Particles
57
The Cases and their Signs
61
The Nominative Case
62
The Vocative Case
63
The Genitive Case
65
The Agentive Case
67
The Locative Case
69
The Periodal or Durational Case
71
The Modal Case
73
The Ablative Case
75
The Terminative or Transitive Case
77
26 NUMERALS 1 The Cardinal Numbers
82
The Cardinals according to Alphabetical Enumera tion
85
1 Pronunciation
86
Conjunctions
87
Ordinal Numbers
88
Aggregates
89
Adverbial Cardinal Numbers
90
Ordinal
91
Youn Substantives
93
Page
95
A STRUCTURE
101
38
239
10 ལ
257
14 དུ དུ ར རུ སུ ལ
258
The Passive Voice
276
Continuatives
304
Finality or Accomplishment
305
Frequentatives
306
Use of the PERFECT Root in the Colloquial
307
CHAPTER III
308
COLLOQUIAL Wiger To be present To exist To be
310
LITERARY Ditto
315
COLLOQUIAL Fer To be
320
LITERARY Ditto
325
To have to possess
331
LITERARY Ditto
340
Passive 4Rooted COLLOQUIAL Verb གཏོངརྒྱུ Το be sent
349
Active oneRooted COLLOQT IAL Verb uſks To see
354
Neuter oneRooted COLLOQUIAL Verb 579 To be glad To rejoice
360
LITERARY Ditto
361
Passive 4Rooted LITERARY Verb 271559 or གཏོངབརབྱབ To be sent
368
Active 2Rooted COLLOQUIAL Verb Rő To go
371
LITERARY Ditto
378
2Rooted Literary Verb 296 To become etc
383
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