Terma wrote:Hey everyone,
I have finally begun the task of learning Tibetan. They say finding a starting point is always the hardest thing...
I have found a few good resources on script and things like that (although recommendations are welcome!), but I need a little push in the right direction to learn/understand "wylie".
Can someone help me along with this? Any resource suggestions?
Any other suggestions are more than appreciated on how to begin the study of Tibetan...
Wow, thanks for this. I better get started! There is much to learn...
Thanks so much!
As I have just started, I have begun by trying to memorize the alphabet, as well as how to write it (a few each day). this was a suggestion given to me. Do you agree?
gad rgyangs wrote:just stumbled across this:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/78351097/Joe- ... om-Tibetan
look, the sitch with this stuff is if you're serious and you have the coin, you probably want to buy an actual copy, but if you're broke or if you already have a hard copy, the pdfs are great.
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