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Those words which have been incorporated into the Tibetan language from neighboring countries; and c. those words which have been incorporated into the Tibetan language from western countries. ) Tibet is surrounded by China, Nepal, India, Lhadak, Bhutan and Sikkim. These countries had a significant influence on Tibet, and in the same way, Tibet also contributed to them. The Buddhist religion which originated in India, had one of the greatest influences on Tibet. Famous religious Kings, such as Songtsen Gampo and Trisong Deotsen, sent many scholars to India to study, translate and bring the religious teachings of the Buddha back to Tibet.

9·~~·ar~1 I am from Tibet. And where are you from? b. ~~"l~-tll~l I am from America. (8) a. C) 1 Where is he from? "1 He is from India. (6) a. b. <7) a. b. B. Negative Construction ~~·~~· ~"·f~·~"· Sentences (9) - (U) (9) jff"·1il·&l~::. 1 1 His name is not Nyima. [It] is Sonam. (10) I'm not from America. [I) am from Tibet. C)1 (U) r:. C. ~·~9~'lJ-ill~ 1 1. ~'1·=~1 =('I~') 1. il•,- He is not from India. He's from Nepal. I'm not Sonam 's friend. [I] am your friend. Colloquial Tibetan The verbs &1'\ ·and~')· are two of the six basic verbs used in Lhasa Tibetan.

I am well. In sentence (38), 111~~· followed by the verb Ul~ · is a polite affirmative response to the posed question. ·X. ~1 is used. ~ 1 polite agreement, affirmative response Ul"1fX-~1 and the polite acknowledgement of the addressee polite negative response InooDoquial Lhasa dialect,~~· is pronounced as~] when used as a polite acknowledgment by the addressee. II. · your Although there is a distinction between honorific and non-honorific forms with second and third person pronoWlS, this distinction does not occur in the case of first person pronoWlS.

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