DOBES Archive

growl001
A few forms of "to growl" (also "he is/looks mad at me, we're mad at each other").
jump001
forms and phrases with "to jump"
names_nicknames001
some names and nicknames and their meanings are elicited here
placenames014
A few placenames are elicited
wash_dry001
Some phrases with "to wash" and "to dry" (e.g. I washed the baby, I'll dry your hair, I washed/wiped the dishes).
motion_verbs004
some motion verbs like "walk along / around / towards", "pass by", "limp" are elicited, but also miscellaneous words like "hook", "little beaver", "picture", "paint" or miscellaneous phrases like "I'll tighten it" or "I'll stretch a hide" (discussion belonging to the maptask002).
fly001
Some forms of the paradigm of "to fly" and "to fall"
phonological_material010
nouns and verbs elicited to be used for phonological studies. mostly bodyparts, but also miscellaneous vocabulary
marriage006
marriage vocabulary
misc_voc022
miscellaneous vocabulary; the consultant talks about different verbs like "to tell" or "to speak", she also talks about different nouns like "bow and arrow", "girl", "bridge", "food" or "water", related to the phrase "it's boiling (water)" and she also talks about the forms "everybody", "all of you / them".
traditional_life_phrases_lex001
Some phrases about traditional life (e.g. he is chewing tobacco)
frogstory002
Frogstory "Frog, where are you?"
bury_customs002
the consultant talks about old bury traditions
hygiene_hair003
hair vocabulary (to straighten hair, to twist hair, to curl hair, it's curly, I look good, you're ugly, you're more ugly, bald, my hair is messy).
body001
vocabulary concerning the body (big toe, elbow, barefoot, dislocated, broken, out of joint)
misc_voc024
miscellaneous vocabulary (lion, tiger, mountain goat, sheep, caribou, blind, tea dance, some verb forms of "to tie together" and "to burst", "to split", "to hit", "to cut", "to trade", etc.). The consultant also talks about Sarcee and Beaver.
ws-Lords_prayer001
At the end of the first day of the Workshop the participants pray the Lord's prayer in Beaver.
paradigm_be_hungry002
Some forms of the paradigm of "to be hungry". Also some other forms like "I am lousy", I am sleepy", "I am itchy" or "he is lonesome" are elicited.
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