This book provides with an opportunity to learn and speak the Tibetan language as it is spoken today. Not only has the author provided with simple and practical examples of its usage in the present day but he has also very carefully explained the pronunciation and idiosyncrasies found within the language.
This revised and enlarged edition of Colloquial Tibetan is the ideal book for
anyone interested in learning modern spoken Tibetan. The engaging dialogues
cover every situation a learner is likely to face-from getting a haircut to
mailing a parcel in the post office. Underlines and appropriate footnotes
indicating subtle changes in the sound of a letter coupled with the three
chapters at the beginning on pronunciation are a key feature of this book.
This book will prove itself a boon to both scholar and layman and will
provide an opening to the greater world of Tibetan literature and learning.