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ws-tsayaa_stories001
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. One speaker (527) starts telling this story, another speaker (091) first joins him, and then tells the rest of the story.
directionals_Doig-021
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
tci20120821-02
The speaker tells a pig-hunting story which took place 30 years ago at Masu. This is was recorded during fencing work at a river garden. The speaker carries a lapel microphone.
dialectsurvey_Doig-005
Dialect survey for Doig dialect speaker
ws-nabaane_story002
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. Others jump in and endorse the story teller.
ws-house001
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: house, small house
ws-tsayaa_story003
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to tell a story in Beaver. The contents of the stories are miscellaneous, containing historical and biographical events as well as narratives about places, and modern times. In a further step these stories will be transcribed and translated.
dialectsurvey_Doig-001
Dialect survey for Doig dialect speaker
directionals_Doig-013
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
ncm20120830-04
Prnda discusses the gifts she brought to NE, PJ and JCM. Specifically, she describes the purpose of the two woven bags in cleansing the bitterness of certain yams in a river. Keywords: procedural; food; material culture
changing_times002
Recordings were collected at the Halfway Reserve during the months of May and June, 2009. This text was provided by speaker 140. Also present was 079. Topic was how times have changed.
tci20120815
a short description of the fawn-breasted bowerbird's nest nzöyär. the speaker points out such a nest and describes the bird's behaviour.
dialectsurvey_Moberly-002
Dialect survey for Moberly dialect speaker
tci20120821-01
the speaker had killed a monitor lizard just prior to recording this story. she talks about how she saw something moving through the grass and started chasing it. at the end she points out the fish and the turtle that she had caught previously. this was recorded at a river garden.
speaker_background-Doig001
Discussion of speaker's, husband's and parents' biographical information… also who are Beaver speakers in her family.
dialectsurvey_Halfway-004
Dialect survey for Halfway dialect speaker
directionals_Doig-018
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
ws-shoe001
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: shoe, small shoe, his shoe, his small shoe, small feet
ws-chicken001
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: chicken, small chicken, prairie chicken, chicks
directionals_Doig-014
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.