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Teaching about language


50 per unit - Virtual OK - Posted Aug 14, 2019

I am going to teach the Bhutanese language called Dzongkha and it is national language of Bhutan. Langauge is very important if you are traveling different parts of world that it could be easy to understand the culture of the country and we can learn more about it. When we speak other language they feel that you are somebody who is learning about us.

I am going to teach the basic language starting from A B C D E etc what we call Ka, kha, etc,,. And you will be very exciting to after introducing to you.
Dzongkha (རྫོང་ཁ་, [dzoŋkʰa]), is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by over half a million people in Bhutan; it is the sole official and national language of the Kingdom of Bhutan. The Tibetan alphabet is used to write Dzongkha.

The word dzongkha means "the language of the palace"; dzong means "palace" and kha is language. As of 2013, Dzongkha had 171,080 native speakers and about 640,000 total speakers. This description about my language is copied and pasted from wikipaedia of our language.

Training & Qualifications

I have completed high school and also have studied five years in monastic college from India at Himachal Pradesh under Sakya Thubten Namgyeling Institute under the Guidance of HH Sakya Trizin Rinpoche following Sakyapa Tradition. After studying buddhist Philosophy I joined the service in Drukair Corporation Limited under Commercial and Marketing Division as supporting staff.
At present I am still working under same division as Administrative work with having seven years working experience. I am also working out for calming the miles of customer for Frequent Flyer Program of our airline.

Availability & Preferences

My time won't be fixed but I am always there when you need it. But mostly i am free from 8PM.

Trading Preference: I prefer being paid in simbi

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Inactive User received unit of Teaching about language from Ngawang Lhendup
Aug 19, 2020
We started our work together well. I learned some beginning Dzongkha and I posted one test photo to the website. This was a good deal. :-)
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Oct 25, 2020
Working with Ngawang was great. Very knowledgeable in what he does. I look forward to possibly working with him again in the future!
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Oct 01, 2020
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Sep 06, 2020
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Aug 31, 2020
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Aug 31, 2020
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About Ngawang Lhendup Tendar

Biography Ngawang ( Project Manager) I was born in the year 1987 the son of Neten Dorji and Mani Mo. My Father and Mother had 5 children and of the five of us I am in the middle. When I was youn...g I used to go with my grandfather and grandmother to herd the cows. I enjoyed a lot playing and running behind the cows. I was born in a poor family and my parents could not afford to give their children a good education because they suffered from weak health. Nevertheless I feel I am the luckiest one because I did get an education. When I was 8 years old I went to study in a school called Rangthang Wong. Later this school changed its name to Tsenkharla Middle Secondary School. When I was a student I didn’t have a full uniform to wear because my parents couldn’t afford it and I used to get beaten by my class teacher. After school assembly was over they checked us to see whether we had come in full uniform or not and if we hadn’t then we were beaten on the back or on the leg. I suffered this situation until I completed the primary school level and it was during these unforgettable years that I suffered for my education. In the 2001 due to my family problems I had to drop out from school and then I worked in the fields.I worked with two oxen ploughing the fields. I worked with the oxen for two years and I also went to the mountain to collect bamboo to make the roof of our house. But it was still fun to go out and play with my friends. After some time suffering this kind of farmer life I was beginning to regret dropping out from the school and I made up my mind to go back to school and study again. In the year 2003 I went back to school and started my school life again. I continued to do work during my break time to earn the money I needed. Also while I was away at school my younger brother used to send me money. He dropped out of school when he was in the 4th Grade so after this he couldn’t continue his education. It is a great sadness for me that I can’t help him. In the 2006 I completed 10th Grade but I didn’t have the opportunity to go to High School so I moved to Thimphu which is the capital city of Bhutan. I stayed with my two cousins (brother and sister) who were employees of the City Corporation. I tried my best to look for a job but I couldn’t find one. Then I got the opportunity to go for 2 years vocational training to become an auto engineer. The date arranged for joining the training program was 5th August but until then I still didn’t have a job so I worked as a handy boy in the City Corporation for two months. But after 2 months I changed my mind. I decided to become a monk. I left my job and on 15 July 2007 I became a monk. I studied Buddhist Philosophy for five years in the Sakya Monastic Institute. While I was at the Sakya Monastic Institute I suffered from a sickness which lasted for a few years and also I suffered from kidney stones. Then on 27th November 2012 my Mother passed away.This was such a great loss and I didn’t even have the chance to pay my respects to my Mother’s death body. It was a very sad part in my life. I still remember my Mom caring for me and looking after us all even when she was very sick. Whenever I remember her I feel so sad and lonely and I wish she could be with me so that I could take good care of her. I pray for her soul to rest in the heaven. I have joined in the government service in the Royal Bhutan Airline company from 24th June 2013 as a supporting staff under commercial & Marketing Division. As of now I have gained 7 years working experience under same Division . Therefore, I am always happy work in different sectors plus I always spend my time on internet. Due to all this development of technology we can learn many new things from more

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