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Fri, 15 Dec



Tibetan Language Lower Intermediate Course - with Drukthar Gyal

Expand your Tibetan vocabulary as well as practice your reading and writing skills. This is course is now closed for registration.

Tibetan Language Lower Intermediate Course - with Drukthar Gyal
Tibetan Language Lower Intermediate Course - with Drukthar Gyal

Time & Location

15 Dec 2023, 18:30 – 19:30

London, 15 Spa Rd, London SE16 3SA, UK

About the event

Learning the Tibetan language gives one access to Tibetan literature which includes thousands of translations of Sanskrit texts from India – many of them lost in their original language – and twelve centuries of writings by Tibetan masters. 

In this Lower Intermediate Class students will expand their Tibetan vocabulary and their reading and writing practice. As a student progresses, the emphasis is on developing vocabulary and getting a sense of the structure of the language, and the finer points of grammar and nuances of meaning. To attend this course the students need to be able to read and write fluently. If in doubt please contact the office for enquiries. This is a 9 week course with lessons from 6.30pm to 7.30pm on Oct 20; Oct 27; Nov 3; Nov 10; Nov 17; Nov 24; Dec 1; Dec 8; Dec 15. This course is £60. Please go to the Oct 20 lesson to book your place.

About  Drukthar Gyal: Drukthar was born in Tibet, grew up in India and did further studies in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Westminster and Edinburgh. He was a former Tibetan language teacher at Tibet House, Culture Centre of His Holiness The Dalai Lama in Delhi. He is an experienced Tibetan language Teacher with excellent knowledge of Tibetan language, literature and Tibetan culture.

Please Note: The number of participants for this course is limited. We ask that students seriously commit to attend all the classes to the best of their ability, and also set time aside for homework. The benefit will be worth your efforts. A list of what to bring to the class will be emailed to participants.

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