Yeri

The speaker tells a legend about an older brother and a younger brother who go fishing.
The speaker tells a story about a trip to the garden.
The speaker talks about what happened the day before.
The speaker talks about what she did the day before yesterday.
The speaker talks about various traditional tools and clothing.
The speaker tells a story about a snake that crawls into the sore on a woman's back.
The speaker tells a legend about a snake.
Two speakers converse.
Two speakers converse.
The speaker tells a legend about Wawi Wabual.
Two speakers converse about what they would be doing if they weren't working on the Yeri documentation project.
Two speakers discuss the types of things they'd like to do and the work they believe should be done in the village.
Two speakers discuss chopping word, drying cocoa, and a few other topics.
Two speakers have a conversation about politics in Papua New Guinea.
Two speakers talk about their clan.
Two speakers have a conversation in Yeri.
The speaker talks about an upcoming trip to Batas.
The speaker tells a legend about a boy who comes back to life after being killed by his sister before later turning into a bird.
The speaker talks about what he would do if he could do anything.
The speaker talks about his hopes for the future.