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In descriptions of Tibetan grammar it is common to treat -las and -nas together in the discussion of case marking, signaling merely that -las is capable of forming comparisons whereas -nas is not. Similarly, in the discussion of comparison most authors make no distinction between the suffixes -bas and -las. A look at a few examples of these three morphemes demonstrates that they have quite distinct syntax and semantics.

Affiliations: 1: SOAS, University of London Thomhaugh Street, Russell Square London WC1H 0XG ENGLAND


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