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But most national minorities, due to their low population, are not held to this policy (although some choose to follow it). In Tibet, Tibetan cadres and those who live in the cities are allowed two children; in the countryside many families have more than two. Tibetans like children and children are very important for helping out around the house or tent. Children learn how to work hard at a very early age. Many nomad children occupy their days watching the sheep or yaks from early morning until late evening.
Benpa: Tom: My name is Benpa. Are you from America? No, I am from England. ^ q ^ ^ l 1. *i<£6yoi 2> Ijcoj 3. ^ name (hon) 6. ^ ' 5 England25 name 7. W Tom to be called (hon) 8. to be called 9. ^ ' ^ ' ^ ' ^ H g o o d fortune existential verb ending 26 ^ NO 4. 5 ^ 5 ffrar^ij United States NOTE ^ ' ^ ' ^ ' ^ ^ 1 is mostly used around New Years, after not seeing one another for a long time, or on special occasions. Occasionally it is used as a greeting; however, among Tibetans this is uncommon and is mostly used between a foreigner and a Tibetan.
S'Vl*^) 3. ^ well then, then 9. 1 dog 10. Sff% black genitive marker (of) 11. £ r ^ | ^ nationality India15 - cat SAY IT RIGHT 3 ' ^ ^ ' q is often pronounced S ' 1 ^ ' * [k'aekaira]. GRAMMAR I. ^1 and ^ have the same meaning and function, but ^ is used on words which end with vowels and "1 is used on words which end in consonants 16 . When ^ is added to words, the pronunciation is affected: [a] (as in 'ah') becomes [e] (as in 'ray') and [o] becomes  (say 'ay' with rounded lips); in addition, there is a slight lengthening of the vowel: 15 c [rja] $ ^ [rje:] P [kho] $ ^ [kh0i] 'his' 'my', 'mine' An alternative spelling is 5 ^1^ which is a more common in Written Tibetan.
A Beginning Textbook of Lhasa Tibetan (with Audio) by Ellen Bartee, Nyima Droma