Descriptive: 2 Environment

Participant talks about how he was taught about the places where his people used to stay in the past (see pdf-file for Afrikaans translation).
Participant was asked to talk about the place ||Aruwe whereto he had guided the researcher during a cultural mapping exercise.
Participant explains shortly how he manages fo find his way in the bush during the day and at night (see pdf-file for full text translated into Afrikaans).
During cultural mapping exercise, participant was asked to explain how he manages to find his way in the bush.
Participant gives a route description of cultural mapping tour on 30th of May 2004.
Participant was asked to give a route description of the cultural mapping tour of the day.
Participant gives a route description of cultural mapping tour on 24th of May 2004.
Participant was asked to give a route description of the cultural mapping tour of the 24th of May 2004.
Participant gives a route description of cultural mapping tour of the day.
Participant was asked to give a route description of the cultural mapping tour of the day.
Participant talks about the neighboring places called !Um and Magudzuani while standing between them.
Participant was asked to talk about two neighboring places ('!Um' and 'Magudzuani') whereto he had guided the researcher during a cultural mapping exercise.
Participant is standing at N!aqa-maa ('Little Blood') and talks about the place.
Participant was asked to talk about the place N!aqa-maa whereto he had guided the researcher during a cultural mapping exercise.
Participant talks about rock monitor which is said to suck the milk of goats as well as the brain of people and the milk from women's breasts.
www_mpi_nl, Participant was asked to relate an animal story.
Participant was asked to tell an animal story.
www_mpi_nl, Participant was asked to relate an animal story.
Participant talks about formicine ants which used to be eaten by the !Xoon people.
www_mpi_nl, Participant was asked to tell an animal story.
Researchers accompany four men on a bush walk, men are looking for animal tracks and explain what they see
Researchers accompany four men on a bush walk, men are looking for animal tracks and explain what they see
Participant1 explains the uses of plants, Participant2 asks questions
Participant1 explains the uses of plants, Participant2 asks questions, recording seems to be broken off
Participants speak about names and uses of plants
Participants speak about names and uses of plants
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day
Participant explains where he went together with researcher and two other men during the day on request

Citation

Gertrud Boden, Christfried Naumann, 070-BK, 70-BK, 268-FT, and CN. (2004 - 2008). Item "Descriptive: 2 Environment" in collection "Taa". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0017-D5B3-F. (Accessed 2022-01-18)

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