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6.5.5 Adverbsi̅ i̅ i̅
6.6 Nominali zation with པ་བ་
6.6.lPositive constructions i̅ i̅
6.6.2 Negative nomi nalized constructions with པ་བ་ i̅
6.6.3 Nomi nali zed c onstructions with the dativel ocative
6.6.4 Negative constructions with the dativelocative
6.7 The use of རྒྱུ་ and ཡས་ or ཡག་
6.7.lFuture constructions
6.7.2 Past constructions i̅
6.7.3 Existential constructions
6.7.4 Other constructions
6.8 The "pretend" particles ཁུལ་, ཁུལ་བྱས་, མདོག་, མདོག་མདོག་, ཟོལ་, and ཚུལ་བྱས་
6.9 Theauxiliaryverb ཐུབ་ ("to be able")
6.10 Readi ng exercise" A Wolf Has Arrived"
6.10.lTibetan text i̅
6.10.2 Interli near ta nsl ation
6.10.3 Translation
6.10.4 Gramm atical notes
6.llVocabulaury
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7.lThe "not only " clause connectives མ་ཟད་, མ་ཚད་ aund མི་ཚད
7.2 The "even though" clause connectives ཀྱང་, ཡང་, འང་, རུ་ང་, ནའང་,
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7.3 The "plauni ntend to" clause connective རྩི་ ས་
7.4 The "before'" clause connective མ་ + vb. (past tense stem) + གོང་
+ dativelocative (ལ་, etc.)
7.5 The verb དགོས་ ("to havei̅to, want")
7.5.l དགོས་ used alone as a mai n verb i̅
7.5.2 དགས་ used in conjunction with active verbs
7.5.3 Non- past constructions
7.5.4 The དགོས་ + པ་རེད་ usualcomplement i̅
7.5.5 དགོས་ constructions i n the past conveying completed action
7.5.6 The use of དགོས་ i n two-verb constructi ons i̅
7.5.7. Further exampl es of དགས་ with connectives i n dependent cl auses
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