Directions exercise: (EN)

For best practice, I will try to answer the first time around using only Tibetan and images (if it’s possible). For any additional English explanations, I will create a new thread like this to help keep things separate.

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#2 འགོར་ is to take time. དུས་ཚོད་+འགོར་

#3 is tricky b/c of the ན་/ན་. The first is a verb (sick), the second is a postposition (if). རླངས་འཁོར་ is one word; it’s ‘pure Tibetan’, but most people will use མོ་ཊ་. That’s the more important word for this level. བཀག་ as a verb is to stop.

#4, རྒྱུག་ཤར་+གློད་ go together (Noun+Verb), it means ‘racing’ or ‘running’. You’ll notice Tibetan uses this kind of formula a lot for things that are sometimes just a verb in English (like བསམ་བློ་+བཏང་, to think, སློབ་སྦྱོང་+བྱེད་, to study, etc).

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