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A Manual of Chinese, Tibetan and English Words (With Roman)
A Manual of Chinese, Tibetan and English Words (With Roman)
Description
Preface 1
Notes on the use of this book 3
A. Handbook of Chinese, Tibetan and English Words
I. Nouns
1 Astronomical phenomena 1
2 Geography 3
3 Time 5
4 Physical and chemical phenomena 12
5 Minerals and other inorganic matter 14
6 Animals 16
7 Plants 21
8 Grain, vegetables and fruit 24
9 Foodstuffs 28
10 Clothing 33
11 Buildings and public places 37
12 Furniture and articles for daily use 41
13 Tools and materials for production 50
14 The human body and physiology 56
15 Sports, hygiene and medicine 61
16 Seniority and juniority of persons and family relation 64
17 Social relations and form of address 68
18 Profession and vocation 72
19 Industry, agriculture and commerce 75
20 Society, organizations and religion 76
21 Politics, law and economics 79
22 Military affairs and public security 86
23 Administrative division, city and village 91
24 Communication, post and telecommunication 93
25 Social intercourse 97
26 Culture, education and science 100
27 Art and recreation 104
28 Thoughts and sentiments 107
29 Abstract nouns and others 111
30 Directions and positions 114
II. Verbs
1 The movements and operations of the five sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, lips and tongue) and the head 118
2 The movements of arms and hands 121
3 The movements of legs and feet 129
4 The movements of the body, physiological reactions, medical treatment, etc. 132
5 Activities in everyday life (dressing, eating, drinking, cooking, dwelling and hygienic activities) 135
6 Activities in speaking, social intercourse, the handling of various matters, etc.
7 Activities in industry, agriculture, economy, commerce, etc. 151
8 Activities in politics and law 156
9 Activities in military affairs and public security 169
10 Travel, transport and communication 175
11 Education, research, calligraphy and publication 177
12 Activities in literature, art, sport, recreation, etc. 181
13 Psychological activities in one’s feeling, consciousness, thinking etc. 182
14 Changes or motions of the natural world and common things 188
15 Modal verbs, verbs for directions and determining words 194
III. Adjectives
1 Describing the visible forms and circumstances of things 199
2 Describing the invisible character of things 207
3 The human senses and feelings 217
4 Describing one’s appearance220
5 Describing one’s character and behaviour 223
6 Describing one’s emotion and thoughts 233
7 Describing the state of a society 238
IV. Numerals
1Numbers 240
2Order 242
3 Fractions and multiples 243
4 Approximate numbers 244
V. Numeral-classifier compound
1 Unit for persons and things 246
2 Unit for a movement 255
VI. Pronouns
1 Personal pronouns 256
2 Demonstrative pronouns 257
3 Interrogative pronouns 258
VII. Adverbs
1 Adverbs expressing time and frequency 260
2 Adverbs expressing degree 266
3 Adverbs expressing extent 269
4 Adverbs expressing repetition and continuation 272
5 Adverbs expressing emphasis or transition 273
6 Adverbs expressing affirmation and negation 276
VIII. Prepositions 278
IX. Conjunctions 285
X. Auxiliaries
1 Words expressing construction 290
2 Words expressing tenses 291
3 Words expressing mood 292
XI. Interjections 293
XII. Expressions of everyday courtesy 296
XIII. Everyday Tibetan expressions 301
Index 315

A Manual of Chinese, Tibetan and English Words (With Roman)

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1990
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Preface 1
Notes on the use of this book 3
A. Handbook of Chinese, Tibetan and English Words
I. Nouns
1 Astronomical phenomena 1
2 Geography 3
3 Time 5
4 Physical and chemical phenomena 12
5 Minerals and other inorganic matter 14
6 Animals 16
7 Plants 21
8 Grain, vegetables and fruit 24
9 Foodstuffs 28
10 Clothing 33
11 Buildings and public places 37
12 Furniture and articles for daily use 41
13 Tools and materials for production 50
14 The human body and physiology 56
15 Sports, hygiene and medicine 61
16 Seniority and juniority of persons and family relation 64
17 Social relations and form of address 68
18 Profession and vocation 72
19 Industry, agriculture and commerce 75
20 Society, organizations and religion 76
21 Politics, law and economics 79
22 Military affairs and public security 86
23 Administrative division, city and village 91
24 Communication, post and telecommunication 93
25 Social intercourse 97
26 Culture, education and science 100
27 Art and recreation 104
28 Thoughts and sentiments 107
29 Abstract nouns and others 111
30 Directions and positions 114
II. Verbs
1 The movements and operations of the five sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, lips and tongue) and the head 118
2 The movements of arms and hands 121
3 The movements of legs and feet 129
4 The movements of the body, physiological reactions, medical treatment, etc. 132
5 Activities in everyday life (dressing, eating, drinking, cooking, dwelling and hygienic activities) 135
6 Activities in speaking, social intercourse, the handling of various matters, etc.
7 Activities in industry, agriculture, economy, commerce, etc. 151
8 Activities in politics and law 156
9 Activities in military affairs and public security 169
10 Travel, transport and communication 175
11 Education, research, calligraphy and publication 177
12 Activities in literature, art, sport, recreation, etc. 181
13 Psychological activities in one’s feeling, consciousness, thinking etc. 182
14 Changes or motions of the natural world and common things 188
15 Modal verbs, verbs for directions and determining words 194
III. Adjectives
1 Describing the visible forms and circumstances of things 199
2 Describing the invisible character of things 207
3 The human senses and feelings 217
4 Describing one’s appearance220
5 Describing one’s character and behaviour 223
6 Describing one’s emotion and thoughts 233
7 Describing the state of a society 238
IV. Numerals
1Numbers 240
2Order 242
3 Fractions and multiples 243
4 Approximate numbers 244
V. Numeral-classifier compound
1 Unit for persons and things 246
2 Unit for a movement 255
VI. Pronouns
1 Personal pronouns 256
2 Demonstrative pronouns 257
3 Interrogative pronouns 258
VII. Adverbs
1 Adverbs expressing time and frequency 260
2 Adverbs expressing degree 266
3 Adverbs expressing extent 269
4 Adverbs expressing repetition and continuation 272
5 Adverbs expressing emphasis or transition 273
6 Adverbs expressing affirmation and negation 276
VIII. Prepositions 278
IX. Conjunctions 285
X. Auxiliaries
1 Words expressing construction 290
2 Words expressing tenses 291
3 Words expressing mood 292
XI. Interjections 293
XII. Expressions of everyday courtesy 296
XIII. Everyday Tibetan expressions 301
Index 315
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