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  1. Tibetan Braille is the braille alphabet for writing the Tibetan language. It was invented in 1992 by German socialworker Sabriye Tenberken. It is based on German braille, with some extensions from international usage. As in print, the vowel a is not written.

  2. Tibetan Braille follows print orthography. (See Tibetan script.) This is often a poor match for how words are pronounced. Each syllable is rendered in the following order: pre-consonant, superscript consonant, head consonant, subscript consonant, vowel, post-consonant(s) The invariable consonants are:

  3. Tibetaans braille is een braillesysteem voor de Tibetaanse taal en is in 1992 bedacht door de Duitse sociaal werkster Sabriye Tenberken. Het is los gebaseerd op Latijns braille, hoewel het afwijkt van het verenigde internationale braille in een aantal van de toewijzingen van letters.

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  4. It is based on German braille, with some extensions from international usage. As in print, the vowel a is not written. Despite Tibetan and Dzongkha (Bhutanese) using the same alphabet in print, Tibetan Braille differs significantly from Dzongkha Braille, which is closer to international norms. Alphabet. Tibetan Braille follows print orthography.

  5. Tibetan Braille is the braille alphabet for writing the Tibetan language. It was invented in 1992 by German socialworker Sabriye Tenberken.[1] It is based on German braille, with some extensions from international usage. As in print, the vowel a is not written. Despite Tibetan and Dzongkha (Bhutanes