- Nga bod mi yin
- I am Tibetan.
The negative form is with the word Min
- Nga p'i ling min
- I am not englisman.
- 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
Da ta ba
- Nga di la kha po med
- I don't like it
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
|To let go
|To get up
|Yar lang wa
|To sa wa
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.