Bya tshig


Essential egophoric

  • Nga bod mi yin
    • I am Tibetan.

The negative form is with the word Min

  • Nga p'i ling min
    • I am not englisman.

Existencial Testimonial

  • Kha lak shim po dug
    • The food is delicious
  • Me tok nyin gje mi dug
    • The flower don't is beautiful


In general the suffixes for to create infinitives is pa or wa

Root    Infinitive   
Read Lok To read Lok pa
Go Do To go Do wa
Hear Nyen To hear Nyen pa
Eat Sa To eat Sa wa


Da ta ba

  • Nga di la kha po med
    • I don't like it


'da pa

There are several ways of expressing the past tense, the most common is with the suffixes chung, tong, and chin.

  • Nga na ning lor nyi hong la yül kor chin pa yin.
    • I traveled to Japón last year.


Ma ong pa

  • Nga zla ba ze mar phar bre yod
    • I will pay you back next week


The imperative is generally formed replacing the verb root with the central vowel change into an O

Infinitive    Imperative   
To do Dze 'pa Do it! Dzo
To let go Tang wa Let go! Tong
To get up Yar lang wa Get up! Yar long
To eat To sa wa Eat! To so

Howerer, there are cases in wicht tang or dhang must be annexing to the verbal root. Others words take the preffix shok to create the imperative.

Infinitive    Imperative   
To see Ta wa See! To dhang
To lead Ti wa Lead! Ti shok