Where Hummingbirds Come From Bilingual Bhutanese English

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ISBN: 9781530585281
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Fantasy, folklore, and magic fill the air as a young girl’s grandmother relates a legend of Where Hummingbirds Come From. Grandmother explains the magic waters and the beauty of this tiny bird. Where Hummingbirds Come From may well become an all-time children’s classic and a perfect book for the young reader. As well as a …

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Fantasy, folklore, and magic fill the air as a young girl’s grandmother relates a legend of Where Hummingbirds Come From. Grandmother explains the magic waters and the beauty of this tiny bird. Where Hummingbirds Come From may well become an all-time children’s classic and a perfect book for the young reader.

As well as a wonderful study guide for English as a second language students. Dzongkha or Bhutanese is spoken by about 130,000 people in Bhutan, where it is the national language, and also in Nepal and India. It is a South Tibetic language closely related to Sikkimese, and to a number of other languages spoken in Bhutan, such as Chocangaca, Brokpa, Brokkat and Lakha. Dzongkha is written with the Tibetan alphabet, which was introduced by Thonmi Sambhota, however the main written language in Bhutan is Classical Tibetan, which differs as much from Dzongkha as French from Latin. There is also an official way of writing Dzongkha with the Latin alphabet known as Roman Dzongkha.

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