How to count in Kurtöp, an East Bodish language spoken in Kurtoe Gewog in the Lhuntse District in northeast Bhutan.
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|30||khe the ni che, khe phedang zon|
|50||khe zon ni che, khe phedang sum|
|70||khe sum ni che, khe phedang ble|
|90||khe ble ni che, khe phedang yanga|
|110||khe yanga ni che|
Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl
Source: Gwendolyn Hyslop. A Grammar of Kurtöp, March 2011.
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