DOBES Archive

dialectsurvey002
dialect survey
paradigm_be_scared001
"to be scared"
marriage002
some information about marriage, and how you are not allowed to marry relatives of yours, all in English
ws-early_contact001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to have a conversation or to tell a story. Here, speakers talk about different topics.
ws-potato001
In this part of the workshop, the participants are asked to pronounce some Beaver words in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: potato
paradigm_feed001
paradigm of "to feed"
sewing001
sowing a gun case
tribes001
tribes of beavers
traditional_life_phrases_lex001
Some phrases about traditional life (e.g. he is chewing tobacco)
ws-stop_running001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to pronounce some Beaver verbs in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: stop running! you stop running; also to quit smoking
insects001
words for insects.
useful_phrases001
some useful phrases like "how are you" etc.
ws-get_lost001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to pronounce some Beaver verbs in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: I got lost, he got lost, I went up the hill, I came up
sirup001
how to make birch sirop, related vocabulary
paradigm_runaway001
some phrases with running away, parts of the verb paradigm
ws-song001
In this part of the workshop, the participants are asked to pronounce some Beaver words in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: song
ws-tsayaa_story004
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the naabane stories which are known in great variety and many versions.
ws-knife001
In this part of the workshop, different Beaver words and their diminutive forms were elicited in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: knife, small knife, pocket knife
ws-stick001
In this part of the workshop, different Beaver words and their diminutive forms were elicited in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: stick, wood, small stick
ws-berries001
In this part of the workshop, the participants are asked to pronounce some Beaver words in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: berries, berry plant, low bush cranberry, huckleberries, saskatoons, blackberries, choke cherries, blueberry, low bush blueberry, strawberry, rasberry; also some verbal forms: I am picking berries, I am eating rasberries