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===Topic particle, ནི་སྒྲ་===
 
===Topic particle, ནི་སྒྲ་===
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རྒྱལ་པོས་བཅོམ་པའི་དགྲ་བོ་ནི་རིགས་ངན་གྱིས་རལ་གྲིས་བསད་དོ།།
 
 
 
king       defeated       enemy   cast   bad         sword       killed
 
 
 
The enemy, [who] was defeated by the king, was killed by the executioner with [a] sword.
 
 
 
 
 
  
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[[Category:Tibetan Grammar]][[Category:Syntactic Particles]]
 
[[Category:Tibetan Grammar]][[Category:Syntactic Particles]]

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WORK IN PROGRESS: the grammar articles are being edited for wiki publication. During editing, the content might be incomplete, out of sequence or even misleading.

Articles on Tibetan Grammar
1. Introduction
2. Formation of the Tibetan Syllable
3. Formation of the Tibetan Word
4. First case: ming tsam
5. agentive particle
6. Connective Particle
7. La don particles
8. La don particles—Notes
9. Originative case
10. Verbs
11. Verbs—Notes
12. Syntactic particles

by Stefan J. E.

Topic particle, ནི་སྒྲ་

རྒྱལ་པོས་བཅོམ་པའི་དགྲ་བོ་ནི་རིགས་ངན་གྱིས་རལ་གྲིས་བསད་དོ།།
king     defeated     enemy   cast   bad        sword       killed
The enemy, [who] was defeated by the king, was killed by the executioner with [a] sword.