topical dictionary

The consultant is asked to translate some sentences (especially questions) adapted from the QUIS-materials: Skopeteas, Stravos et al. (2006) Questionnaire on Information Structure: Reference Manual (=Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Structure; 4)
The consultant is asked to translate some sentences (especially questions) adapted from the QUIS-materials: Skopeteas, Stravos et al. (2006) Questionnaire on Information Structure: Reference Manual (=Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Structure; 4)
Some animals are elicited.
Some animals are elicited.
birds and related vocabulary are elicited in this session
birds and related vocabulary are elicited in this session, NAB
A series of bodyparts is elicited (hat, ears, eyebrows, tears, nose, lips, neck, body, arm, fingers, nails, shoulders, back, breast, heart, bladder, blood, vains, vessels, muscles, rips, hip, penis) and also some parts of animals are elicited like the stomach of a moose, the fish scales, the bird's wings or the duck's gizzard.
A series of bodyparts is elicited (hat, ears, eyebrows, tears, nose, lips, neck, body, arm, fingers, nails, shoulders, back, breast, heart, bladder, blood, vains, vessels, muscles, rips, hip, penis) and also some parts of animals are elicited like the stomach of a moose, the fish scales, the bird's wings or the duck's gizzard.
clothing and related vocabulary is elicited in this session
clothing and related vocabulary is elicited in this session
The consultant talks about the different cardinal points (east = sunrise) and about directions of motion (you went over there, down the hill, away from him, around it, across; walking apart, walking straight, related with: telling the truth).
The consultant talks about the different cardinal points (east = sunrise) and about directions of motion (you went over there, down the hill, away from him, around it, across; walking apart, walking straight, related with: telling the truth).
This session is about different nationalities (e.g. the Beavers, the Crees, the Eskimos, the Americans, french people).
This session is about different nationalities (e.g. the Beavers, the Crees, the Eskimos, the Americans, french people).
This session is about different nationalities
This session is about different nationalities
in this session vocabulary concerning food is elicited, how to prepare and store food
in this session vocabulary concerning food is elicited, how to prepare and store food
vocabulary concerning food is elicited, also how to prepare and store food
vocabulary concerning food is elicited, also how to prepare and store food
Beaver words for house items and household items are elicited (house, roof, door, window, floor, kitchen, mirror, blanket, mosquito cover, oven, coffee pot, toaster, table cloth, dish cloth, place set, pan, knife, box, soap, birch basket), related phrases like "I close the door" or "it's locked" and some miscellaneous words like "pouch", "female moose", or "20° above/below zero" or miscellaneous phrases like "I'm not in a hurry" or "take your time".
Beaver words for house items and household items are elicited (house, roof, door, window, floor, kitchen, mirror, blanket, mosquito cover, oven, coffee pot, toaster, table cloth, dish cloth, place set, pan, knife, box, soap, birch basket), related phrases like "I close the door" or "it's locked" and some miscellaneous words like "pouch", "female moose", or "20° above/below zero" or miscellaneous phrases like "I'm not in a hurry" or "take your time".
Some household items (e.g. TV, radio, bell, heater, fridge) and some miscellaneous vocabularies are elicited.
Some household items (e.g. TV, radio, bell, heater, fridge) and some miscellaneous vocabularies are elicited.
Hunting vocabulary is elicited in this session (spear, stick, muscle-loaded gun, bullet, sling shot, snare, bow, pocket knife). Vocabularies like "frame of a tepee", "amber in the fire", "raft", "tea dance" or "war" (=killing each other) and some protagonists of traditional stories are talked about.
Hunting vocabulary is elicited in this session (spear, stick, muscle-loaded gun, bullet, sling shot, snare, bow, pocket knife). Vocabularies like "frame of a tepee", "amber in the fire", "raft", "tea dance" or "war" (=killing each other) and some protagonists of traditional stories are talked about.
kinship terminology is elicited in this session
kinship terminology is elicited in this session
vocabulary concerning landscape is elicited in this session
vocabulary concerning landscape is elicited in this session
mammals and sentences dealing with those animals
mammals and sentences dealing with those animals, NAB
mammals and sentences dealing with those animals
mammals and sentences dealing with those animals, NAB
Some miscellaneous phrases (e.g. the woman ate the berries, the girl and the woman picked the berries, I am fixing my snares, it tastes different, he opened the door).
Some miscellaneous phrases (e.g. the woman ate the berries, the girl and the woman picked the berries, I am fixing my snares, it tastes different, he opened the door).
Some miscellaneous vocabularies are elicited in this session (e.g. squirrel, pants, black, food, etc.)
Some miscellaneous vocabularies are elicited in this session (e.g. squirrel, pants, black, food, etc.)
Some miscellaneous vocabularies are elicited (e.g. horse, grass, moldy, pointy, to joke on s.th., to smoke, I'm hungry, the road is white, he's hunting, to cook, Two Lakes, to snare).
Some miscellaneous vocabularies are elicited (e.g. horse, grass, moldy, pointy, to joke on s.th., to smoke, I'm hungry, the road is white, he's hunting, to cook, Two Lakes, to snare).