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Sprigg, R. K.
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: 3100
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    • Noun -f- Nom.-Phrase P a r t . ; na -s ts'ag-par zero skor gyi bod-pa hi Noun + Nom.-Phrase Pan de hi dbyin-ji hi hdi-hdra - s 1 hdi zero (2) Within the Sentence In non-final clauses, and in final clauses in which there is a Verbal Phrase,2 the Nominal Phrase regularly precedes the Verbal, e.g. : Icags-par de-hts'o gan min-mdzad gam gtsah-ma yin-tsan, shasmahi rdo-par-las ze-drag gcig-gi gam gtsan-na hdug-ga.
    • II. NOUN PARTICLE (1) All Noun Particles are monosyllabic.
    • (2) The Noun Particle category is invariably colligated with the Noun, and only with the Noun, category within the limits of the word.
    • (3) The order of categories within the word is : (a) Noun, (b) Noun Particle.
    • Finally voicelessness co-articulated with lateral occlusion is also a mark of a Tone One word :- (iv) Voicelessness -)- (lateral occlusion) 1, e.g.:-
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