Grammatical Recordings

Three recordings in which Me Kellone Teewa provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 3 sound files: nst-lki_20131018_01_SM_H4N_Kellone_Pronouns nst-lki_20131018_02_SM_H4N_Kellone_AgreementMarkers nst-lki_20131018_03_SM_H4N_Kellone_Tones The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20131018_01_SM_H4N_Kellone_Pronouns_Duration 1’00”, Pronouns nst-lki_20131018_02_SM_H4N_Kellone_AgreementMarkers_Duration 2’45”, Sample sentences to illustrate the agreement system in Lungkhi. These sentences were transcribed as Lungkhi sentences.doc nst-lki_20131018_03_SM_H4N_Kellone_Tones_Duration 4’44”, Tones, testing the word list with the group of words used for testing the 3 major tone categories. Kellone pronounced ‘chicken’, ‘dream’ ‘elder brother’, ‘father’ and ‘fire’ from Tone category 1 with consistent tones. From tone 2, the word for ‘dead body’, ‘door’, ‘younger brother’ and ‘grandfather’. For Tone category 3 ‘ear’, ‘snake’, ‘tooth’ and then numbers. The tones for ‘2’ and ‘3’ were the same, whereas ‘4’ and ‘5’ were different.
Three recordings in which Me Kellone Teewa provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 3 sound files: nst-lki_20131018_01_SM_H4N_Kellone_Pronouns nst-lki_20131018_02_SM_H4N_Kellone_AgreementMarkers nst-lki_20131018_03_SM_H4N_Kellone_Tones The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20131018_01_SM_H4N_Kellone_Pronouns_Duration 1’00”, Pronouns nst-lki_20131018_02_SM_H4N_Kellone_AgreementMarkers_Duration 2’45”, Sample sentences to illustrate the agreement system in Lungkhi. These sentences were transcribed as Lungkhi sentences.doc nst-lki_20131018_03_SM_H4N_Kellone_Tones_Duration 4’44”, Tones, testing the word list with the group of words used for testing the 3 major tone categories. Kellone pronounced ‘chicken’, ‘dream’ ‘elder brother’, ‘father’ and ‘fire’ from Tone category 1 with consistent tones. From tone 2, the word for ‘dead body’, ‘door’, ‘younger brother’ and ‘grandfather’. For Tone category 3 ‘ear’, ‘snake’, ‘tooth’ and then numbers. The tones for ‘2’ and ‘3’ were the same, whereas ‘4’ and ‘5’ were different.
Eight recordings in which Mr Longrang provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 8 sound files: nst-lki_20150110_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150110_07_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150110_08_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150111_03_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones nst-lki_20150111_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150112_01_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones nst-lki_20150113_10_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150113_11_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20150110_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’50”, Agreement markers indicating present continuous, hi³ ‘CONT.1pl’ and həŋ³ ‘CONT.1Sg’ nst-lki_20150110_07_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 2’22”, The sentence ‘I am staying in Khamti’ /ŋaʔ khanti dy² tha² həŋ³/ Also discussion of the k- agreement markers, which seem to mean from earlier times until the present nst-lki_20150110_08_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 0’46”, More discussion of the h- and k- forms. The h- form means that ‘am/are doing something’ and k- ‘was doing something since long back (and may or may not still be doing’) nst-lki_20150111_03_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones_Duration 0’44”, Minimal pairs on the syllable /wa/ /βa/, ‘father’, ‘bamboo’, ‘tooth’, ‘pig’ nst-lki_20150111_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 6ʹ36”, Some sentences, discussions of sentences nst-lki_20150112_01_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones_Duration 1’13, Minimal pairs on the syllable /wa/ /βa/, ‘father’, ‘bamboo’, ‘tooth’, ‘year’ and ‘one year’ which involves the classifier nst-lki_20150113_10_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’56”, Discussion of the word ngaa khu, from the story nst-lki_20150110_02_SM_H5_Longrang_History and difference in tone with ‘head’ nst-lki_20150113_11_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’57”, The sentence ‘I became Rinkhu’ ngaq ka zingkhu maq yang yik hangz
Eight recordings in which Mr Longrang provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 8 sound files: nst-lki_20150110_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150110_07_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150110_08_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150111_03_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones nst-lki_20150111_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150112_01_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones nst-lki_20150113_10_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150113_11_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20150110_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’50”, Agreement markers indicating present continuous, hi³ ‘CONT.1pl’ and həŋ³ ‘CONT.1Sg’ nst-lki_20150110_07_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 2’22”, The sentence ‘I am staying in Khamti’ /ŋaʔ khanti dy² tha² həŋ³/ Also discussion of the k- agreement markers, which seem to mean from earlier times until the present nst-lki_20150110_08_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 0’46”, More discussion of the h- and k- forms. The h- form means that ‘am/are doing something’ and k- ‘was doing something since long back (and may or may not still be doing’) nst-lki_20150111_03_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones_Duration 0’44”, Minimal pairs on the syllable /wa/ /βa/, ‘father’, ‘bamboo’, ‘tooth’, ‘pig’ nst-lki_20150111_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 6ʹ36”, Some sentences, discussions of sentences nst-lki_20150112_01_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones_Duration 1’13, Minimal pairs on the syllable /wa/ /βa/, ‘father’, ‘bamboo’, ‘tooth’, ‘year’ and ‘one year’ which involves the classifier nst-lki_20150113_10_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’56”, Discussion of the word ngaa khu, from the story nst-lki_20150110_02_SM_H5_Longrang_History and difference in tone with ‘head’ nst-lki_20150113_11_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’57”, The sentence ‘I became Rinkhu’ ngaq ka zingkhu maq yang yik hangz
Five recordings in which Mr Pongshan provides some examples that demonstrate Pongshan grammar. This consists of five sound files: nst-lki_20131024_01_SM_H4N_PongSha_Tones nst-lki_20131024_02_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem nst-lki_20131024_03_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem nst-lki_20131024_04_SM_H4N_PongSha_VerbList nst-lki_20131024_05_SM_H4N_PongSha_Vocabulary The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20131024_01_SM_H4N_PongSha_Tones_Duration 6’16”, Some word list for the tones nst-lki_20131024_02_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem_Duration 9’40”, Sentence examples for the agreement nst-lki_20131024_03_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem_Duration 1’42”, Further information about the agreement system, the future -yaŋ, -yi, -yu, -yin, -yaʔ nst-lki_20131024_04_SM_H4N_PongSha_VerbList_Duration 6’19”, About some more verbs, ‘eat’ nst-lki_20131024_05_SM_H4N_PongSha_Vocabulary_Duration 4’33”, Some more vocabulary items, including all the marked ‘tone’ correspondence set, none of which are cognate with Mueshaungx, Chamchang etc.
Five recordings in which Mr Pongshan provides some examples that demonstrate Pongshan grammar. This consists of five sound files: nst-lki_20131024_01_SM_H4N_PongSha_Tones nst-lki_20131024_02_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem nst-lki_20131024_03_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem nst-lki_20131024_04_SM_H4N_PongSha_VerbList nst-lki_20131024_05_SM_H4N_PongSha_Vocabulary The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20131024_01_SM_H4N_PongSha_Tones_Duration 6’16”, Some word list for the tones nst-lki_20131024_02_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem_Duration 9’40”, Sentence examples for the agreement nst-lki_20131024_03_SM_H4N_PongSha_AgreementSystem_Duration 1’42”, Further information about the agreement system, the future -yaŋ, -yi, -yu, -yin, -yaʔ nst-lki_20131024_04_SM_H4N_PongSha_VerbList_Duration 6’19”, About some more verbs, ‘eat’ nst-lki_20131024_05_SM_H4N_PongSha_Vocabulary_Duration 4’33”, Some more vocabulary items, including all the marked ‘tone’ correspondence set, none of which are cognate with Mueshaungx, Chamchang etc.
Seven recordings in which Rev.Sein Khim provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 7 sound files: SDM24-20110617-1000_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1008_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1010_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1015_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1020_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1025_Z_SMM7Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1030_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM24-20110617-1000_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’59”, elicitation pronouns SDM24-20110617-1008_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’33”, elicitation of sentence – Burmese and English and Tangshang SDM24-20110617-1010_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’01”, verb ‘to be’ SDM24-20110617-1015_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 0’12”, a sentence SDM24-20110617-1020_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’13”, sentence elicitation SDM24-20110617-1025_Z_SMM7Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’03”, sentence elicitation SDM24-20110617-1030_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 0’51”, questions
Seven recordings in which Rev.Sein Khim provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 7 sound files: SDM24-20110617-1000_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1008_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1010_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1015_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1020_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1025_Z_SMM7Seinkhim_Grammar.wav SDM24-20110617-1030_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM24-20110617-1000_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’59”, elicitation pronouns SDM24-20110617-1008_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’33”, elicitation of sentence – Burmese and English and Tangshang SDM24-20110617-1010_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’01”, verb ‘to be’ SDM24-20110617-1015_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 0’12”, a sentence SDM24-20110617-1020_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’13”, sentence elicitation SDM24-20110617-1025_Z_SMM7Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 1’03”, sentence elicitation SDM24-20110617-1030_Z_SMM_Seinkhim_Grammar.wav_Duration 0’51”, questions

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Stephen Donald Morey, Bynn Kham Lann, and Shu Maung (2011 - 2015). Item "Grammatical Recordings" in collection "Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/afeb31e4-7839-4290-a920-c9cb48d8c217. (Accessed 2024-05-22)

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