English for Tibetans by Amy Schultz, Debra Krinke

By Amy Schultz, Debra Krinke

His publication offers Tibetans with the important vocabulary to discuss Tibetan tradition in English. This e-book can't be used by myself as an English textbook. It needs to be used with an introductory English textbook. we are hoping humans will locate this booklet invaluable. There are 108 brief texts during this publication. every one textual content offers with a special subject and introduces numerous new phrases. Tibetan and chinese language translations are supplied for new phrases. All new phrases are indexed behind the e-book in alphabetical order.

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Yangmaoji: I have one sister. Lhmucairang: What is her name? Yangmaoji: Her name is ___. Lhmucairang: How old is your sister? ) Yangmaoji: She is fifteen. Lhmucairang: Where is her home? Yangmaoji: Her home is Ganzi. Lhmucairang: What is her job? Yangmaoji: She is a student. My sister is a student. %-, A. , a. How many sisters does Yangmaoji have? b. Where does Yangmaoji live? c. What is Yangmaoji’s sister’s name? d. How old is Yangmaoji’s sister? e. Is Yangmaoji’s sister a doctor? B. Discuss what you know about Yangmaoji with a partner.

Tom: Hi, Darrel, good to meet you. %-, A. Form groups of three people in your classroom. Take turns introducing each other. , B. Make groups of four people. One person will play the role of father or mother. Another person will be a son or daughter. The parent and child meet two of the child’s friends. The child then introduces the two friends to his parent. , C. J- 5S:C-. =-2R<-35S/-(R$ Dongzhi: Dawazhiba: Dongzhi: This is Dawazhiba. He is my friend (student / brother). And this is Dongzhi. Dongzhi is my friend (student / brother).

Write answers to the following questions. When you finish, compare your answers to those of another student. , a. What is Dongzhi’s nationality? b. How old is Dongzhi? c. How old is Lhamoyicuo? d. How old is Dongzhi’s father? e. How old is Dongzhi’s mother? f. How old is Dawazhiba? g. How old is Cairangzhoma? h. What is Dongzhi’s job? i. What is Lhamoyicuo’s job? j. What is Dongzhi’s father’s job? k. What is Dongzhi’s mother’s job? l. Where is Dongzhi’s home? m. Where is Lhamoyicuo’s home? n. Where is the children’s home?

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