Like other Hindi and Sanskrit languages, Nepali is written in the Devanagari script and normally written from left to right. One of the noticeable characteristics of Nepalese is the horizontal line that runs along the top of the words and through the letters themselves. There are three main Nepalese languages. The three are used to classify speaker’s geographical region and they are eastern, western and central Nepalese dialects.
When it comes to linguistic arrangement of the Nepali language, it uses two grammatical genders and are either masculine or feminine. They also don’t have a neuter pronoun. Nepalese has around 14 million native speakers and another number uses it has their second language. Nowadays, the Nepali language is used for daily communication purposes. It is also the dominant dialect preferred by many speakers in government and within the media houses. And if you are a follower or scholar of the Buddhist religion, it is great to learn Nepalese.
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