phrases

Some actions you can do with your feet (e.g. my son doesn't walk, you stepped on my foot). Some miscellaneous vocabularies.
Some actions you can do with your feet (e.g. my son doesn't walk, you stepped on my foot). Some miscellaneous vocabularies.
Some actions you can do with your feet (e.g. I stepped on it, I kicked the dog, I jump on one leg).
Some actions you can do with your feet (e.g. I stepped on it, I kicked the dog, I jump on one leg).
words for being old, elders
words for being old, elders, NAB
being sick and getting better
words and phrases about being sick and getting better, NAB
phrases with "big", "small", "long"
phrases with "big", "small", "long", "strong" some comparative constructions, NAB
little phrases with "to blow" (e.g. it's blowing all over)
little phrases with "to blow" (e.g. it's blowing all over)
Some phrases with "to break" (e.g. I want to break the window)
Some phrases with "to break" (e.g. I want to break the window)
Some phrases with "to carry" (e.g. I carry him around on my shoulder, I carry my backpack). Some miscellaneous phrases and words.
Some phrases with "to carry" (e.g. I carry him around on my shoulder, I carry my backpack). Some miscellaneous phrases and words.
Some phrases with "cash" (e.g. I cash food, no little animals took it away. I wonder if my cash is still there.)
Some phrases with "cash" (e.g. I cash food, no little animals took it away. I wonder if my cash is still there.)
Some clausal and temporal clauses (I came in because it's cold outside; I have to leave because it's late; I left after it got dark; After I left, it got dark; Before it gets dark, I'll go home, etc.) and some other phrases are elicited (I'm going home, if it's getting dark; I'll go home; I've known her from then on, etc.).
Some clausal and temporal clauses (I came in because it's cold outside; I have to leave because it's late; I left after it got dark; After I left, it got dark; Before it gets dark, I'll go home, etc.) and some other phrases are elicited (I'm going home, if it's getting dark; I'll go home; I've known her from then on, etc.).
come and go
phrases with "come" and "go", mostly imperatives as in giving someone directions, NAB
some commends are elicited (shut up, be quiet, don't swear, sit down, go to sleep, stop it ...)
some commands are elicited (shut up, be quiet, don't swear, sit down, go to sleep, stop it, go away, slow down, brush your teeth ...), NAB
commands and child's play
commands and child's play, NAB
Some commands are elicited (e.g. don't do that again, shut up).
Some commands are elicited (e.g. don't do that again, shut up).
little phrases with "to cool" and "to dry"
little phrases with "to cool" and "to dry"
in this session, forms for "I do it my way", "they do it their way" etc. are elicited.
in this session, different forms for "to be happy", "to be glad", "to be sad/unhappy" etc. are elicited., in this session, forms for "I do it my way", "they do it their way" etc. are elicited.
Little phrases with "to do it"; also sentences with the emphatic personal pronoun.
Some phrases with "to get lost" (e.g. the horse got lost).
Some phrases with "to get lost" (e.g. the horse got lost).
"get married" phrases like "I'm gonna get married" and "When are you getting married?" are elicited in this session
"get married" phrases like "I'm gonna get married" and "When are you getting married?" are elicited in this session, NAB
Some phrases like "they give me tea", "we give them tea", etc.
Some phrases like "they give me tea", "we give them tea", etc.

Citation

Gabriele Mueller, Dagmar Jung, Olga Charlotte Müller, Kate Hennessy, and Patrick Moore. (2004 - 2009). Item "phrases" in collection "Beaver Archive". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0001-34C7-5. (Accessed 2022-01-28)

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