By Ellen Bartee
The objective of this textbook is to educate the scholar the way to converse the Lhasa number of Tibetan. as the start line of this booklet is especially easy, ite offers a superb chance for the coed to right away depend upon Tibetan script instead of romanized script. This, we think, can assist to immerse the scholar in Tibetan.
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A beginning textbook of Lhasa Tibetan by Ellen Bartee