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12:55 May 24, 2001
English to Tibetan translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Yes
Yes, I know.
Bruce
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Summary of answers provided
nare , dug , wod , win
sylvain
naDaTBQGS
naDaTatjana Aleksic, MA


  

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1 min
Da


Explanation:
Da, znam.

Exactly the same in Serbian and Croatian, if you ever need it.

Tatjana Aleksic, MA
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in Serbo-CroatSerbo-Croat
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1 day 9 hrs
Da


Explanation:
Da, znam.

or

Da, ja znam.

but this one is not so common in practice.

TBQGS
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54 days
re , dug , wod , win


Explanation:
in tibetan there is not such word like yes we use the auxiliaire to be ( re and win ) or to have ( dug and wod ) in affirmative,

to be for I and we it's : win
and for the other pronom : re

to have for I and we it's : wod
and for the other pronom : dug

I hope I am clear in my answer if you have any dout please contact me

best regard,

sylvain,

gyuto.france@online.fr


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