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... The Tshangla dialect of Pemako (Tibetan པདྨ་བཀོད་ཚངས་ལ་སྐད་, Wylie Padma-kod Tsangla skad, also Padma kod skad) is the predominant ... Though Tshangla is not a Tibetan language it shares many similarities with Classical Tibetan, particularly in its vocabulary ... Many Tibetan loanwords are used in Pemako, due to centuries of close contact with various Tibetan tribes in the Pemako area ...
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