1 (a) [0:02] I have another son, he’s married [and] has two children.
|have 1sg pres I||other sg n adj||boy sg n||nom n 3sg||marry sg n P.part P||have 3sg pres I||two n||child pl n|
2 (a) [0:07] And he went to Libya, to another country [where] they kidnapped him.
|and||go 3sg aor P||to||Bezerlik sg m place||in||other sg f adj||state sg f||and||and||acc m 3sg clt||take 3pl aor P|
3 (a) [0:11] He was there a year. And [these] bandits kidnapped him.
|and||stand 3sg aor I||one f sg adj||year sg f||and||and||acc m 3sg clt||take 3pl aor P||bandit pl m def|
4 (a) [0:14] For seventy days we had no knowledge of him –
|and||and||stand 3sg aor I||seventy||day ct m||neg||acc m 3sg clt||know 1pl pres I|
5 (a) [0:17] Was he alive? Where was he? So we went to a fortune-teller,
|alive sg n adj||interr clt||3sg pres cop clt||where interr||3sg pres cop clt||and||and||go 1pl pres I||to||one f sg adj||fortune.teller sg f|
6 (a) [0:20] And the fortune-teller said – she looked at a photo [of him].
|and||and||fortune.teller sg f def||say 3sg aor P||to||picture sg f||look 3sg aor I|
7 (a) [0:23] We didn’t know [anything more] about him. He and his wife had both gone,
|and||nom 1pl||neg||acc m 3sg clt||know 1pl pres I||acc 3pl clt||bride sg f def||and||nom n 3sg||two def an.num||go 3pl aor P|
8 (a) [0:27] altogether six boys, one from Sofia and the four from Varna
|and||and||six||boy pl n||one sg n adj||from||Sofia sg f place||and||four def||from||Varna sg f place|
9 (a) [0:30] plus the wife – and some other one woman. So they went there,
|and||and||bride sg f def||and||one sg f adj||woman sg f||and||and||go 3pl aor P||there adv|
10 (a) [0:35] [working as] mechanics [among] the Arabs there.
|and||and||nom 3pl||3pl impf cop||mechanic pl m||disc||Arab pl m||there adv|
11 (a) [0:38] And the Arabs hate them, because they [foreigners] get paid [good] money
|and||and||interr||and||Arab pl m def||hate 3pl pres I||acc 3pl clt||give 3pl pres I||to||acc 3pl||money pl.t def|
12 (a) [0:43] but the [locals] don’t get paid, as opposed to ours, who when they go there
|but||to||that pl adj||neg||give 3pl pres I||but||our pl def adj||who pl rel adj||go 3pl pres P||from.here adv|
13 (a) [0:46] get paid [good] money. And our folk stayed [only] five months
|give 3pl pres I||dat 3pl clt||money pl.t def||and||and||our pl def adj||stand 3pl aor I||five||month ct m|
14 (a) [0:50] and weren’t going to stay any longer. So they took leave [from work]
|and||already adv||fut neg||comp||comp||stand 3pl pres I||take 3pl aor P||dat refl clt||nom 3pl||take 3pl aor P||dat refl clt||leave sg f def|
15 (a) [0:55] to come here [to Varna]. It takes twelve hours by plane
|and||fut||dat refl clt||come 3pl pres I||here adv||[...]||twelve||hour ct m||travel 3sg pres I||with||airplane sg m|
16 (a) [0:59] to Libya. Imagine, twelve hours! So when they had stayed for a year
|to||Bezerlik sg m place||twelve||hour ct m||make sg imv I||account sg f||and||dat refl clt||[...]||when conj||stand 3pl aor I||year sg f|
17 (a) [1:04] they’d bought the tickets and were about to come [home] for a month.
|and||dat refl clt||take pl L.part P||ticket pl m def||fut||dat refl clt||come 3pl pres I||for||one sg m adj||month sg m|
18 (a) [1:07] But there were these bandits. Wild people! And they kidnapped them. They told them
|and||bandit pl m||L.part exist||wild pl adj||people pl||and||acc 3pl clt||take 3pl aor P||and||dat 3pl clt||say pl L.part P|
19 (a) [1:13] there were four hundred Fascists over there, the whole city of Tripoli,
|this pl adj||be pl L.part||from.there adv||Fascist pl m||four.hundred||people pl||from.here adv||entire sg m adj||city sg m||Bezerlik sg m place|
20 (a) [1:19] but they were Communists. So our boy is a mechanic and his wife an engineer
|nom 3pl||and||again adv||Communist pl m||and||our sg n def adj||boy sg n||mechanic sg m||bride sg f def||engineer sg f|
21 (a) [1:25] They had issued them driving school cars, two of them, from Portugal.
|and||give 3pl aor P||dat 3pl clt||student pl adj||car f coll||two f||go 3pl aor I||from||hes||hes||Portugal sg f place|
22 (a) [1:32] So they took these two driving school cars out to give the Arabs driving lessons,
|take 3pl aor P||two f||car pl f||student pl adj||and||there adv||this pl adj||Arab pl m||dat refl clt||hes||teach 3pl pres I|
23 (a) [1:36] one on one. And they set off. Our boy the mechanic was building roads for them
|by||one sg m adj||and||go 3pl pres I||our sg n def adj||boy sg n||mechanic sg m||make 3pl pres I||dat 3pl clt||road pl m def|
24 (a) [1:41] But [some people] don’t like [us] Communists, those Fascists there,
|but||this pl adj||neg||want 3pl pres I||Communist pl m def||that pl adj||Fascist pl m||from.there adv|
25 (a) [1:45] and they thought to kidnap our boys that day. So they’re driving the school cars
|and||our pl def adj||boy pl n||fut||hes||take 3pl pres P||hes||acc m 3sg||day sg m||drive 3pl pres I||car pl f def||student pl def adj|
26 (a) [1:51] and thirty Arabs were driving. Our boy was in front, driving a truck.
|drive 3pl pres I||thirty||people pl||Arab pl m||nom n 3sg||make 3sg pres I||ahead adv||boy sg n def||drive 3sg pres I||truck sg m def|
27 (a) [1:58] and [so was] another one; and in each car one of ours was teaching an Arab.
|and||still adv||one sg n adj||and||by||one sg m adj||Arab sg m||by||acc 3pl||teach 3pl pres I||acc 3pl clt|
28 (a) [2:02] And as they went along, this [Arab] said, the one who is from Tripoli,
|and||when conj||walk pl L.part I||and||this sg m adj||hes||say sg m L.part P||that conj||hes||who sg m rel adj||3sg pres cop clt||from||Bezerlik sg m place|
29 (a) [2:10] that Gadafi had said that bandits weren’t going to be allowed today among
|that conj||Muamar sg m name||say sg m L.part P||today adv||fut neg||comp||release 2pl pres I||bandit pl m def||to||that pl adj|
30 (a) [2:14] the Arabs, that is the Fascists. And so our boy went off that day
|to||Arab pl m||to||Fascist pl m def||and||nom 3pl||our sg n def adj||boy sg n||go 3sg aor I||acc m 3sg||day sg m|
31 (a) [2:21] and [as he went along] he told [his team] where to pound in the road marker posts.
|nom sg n||walk 3sg pres I||say 3sg pres I||here adv||fut||hammer 2sg pres P||peg sg n def||here adv||fut||hammer 2sg pres P||peg sg n def|
32 (a) [2:27] [But] the Arabs went after them [in sabotage], and pulled out the posts.
|and||walk 3pl pres I||after adv||collect 3pl pres I||Arab pl m def||peg pl n def|
33 (a) [2:31] And the tractor was plowing [the ground] to make the road.
|and||tractor sg m def||plow 3sg pres I||and||road sg m def||fut||dat 3pl clt||acc m 3sg clt||make 3pl pres I|
34 (a) [2:34] So Gadafi had said not to let the bandits out today there. But they did let them out,
|and||and||Muamar sg m name||say sg m L.part P||fut neg||comp||release 2pl pres I||bandit pl m||today adv||there adv||nom 3pl||release 3pl aor P|
35 (a) [2:39] and [those bandits] grabbed our boys – six boys, one from Sofia
|and||trap 3pl aor P||our pl def adj||boy pl n||six||boy pl n||one sg n adj||from||Sofia sg f place|
36 (a) [2:42] one from Varna, the bride, and another woman. Six in all.
|and||one sg n adj||from||Varna sg f place||and||bride sg f def||and||still||one f sg adj||woman sg f||six an.num||people pl|
37 (a) [2:47] They took them. “And when they drove us there,” he said, “there emerged
|trap 3pl aor P||acc 3pl clt||when conj||acc 1pl clt||drive 3pl aor P||say 3sg pres P||there adv||and||hes||emerge 3pl aor P||say 3sg pres P|
38 (a) [2:51] two guys, bandits with sub-machine guns, [who said] we mustn’t move.
|two m an.num||people pl||with||
||bandit pl m||with||sub-machine.gun pl m||fut neg||comp||
39 (a) [2:56] Then they took our cars and broke them,” he said, “these really nice cars.”
|and||take 3pl aor P||dat 1pl clt||car def coll||and||acc n 3sg clt||break 3pl aor P||say 3sg pres P||already adv||then adv||acc 3pl||car coll||nice pl def adj|
40 (a) [3:00] Wild men, completely wild! Without sense. And they kept them there.
|wild pl adj||people pl||completely adv||wild pl adj||senseless adv||and||hes||now adv||stop 3pl aor I||acc 3pl clt||there adv|
41 (a) [3:07] “For twenty days,” he said, “they fed us only pinto bean soup.
|twenty||day ct m||say 3sg pres P||with||hes||multicolored sg m adj||beans m||acc 1pl clt||feed 3pl pres I||with||soup sg f|
42 (a) [3:12] We hadn’t the slightest idea [where we were], just flashing lights
|nom 1pl||say 3sg pres P||already adv||say 3sg pres P||not.at.all adv||say 3sg pres P||neg||know 1pl pres I||say 3sg pres P||thus adv||firefly pl f|
43 (a) [3:16] in our eyes”, he said. “And then,” he said, “this guy came, and they spread out
|say 3sg pres P||in||eye pl f def||dat 1pl clt||and||come 3sg aor P||say 3sg pres P||one sg m adj||person sg m||spread pl L.part P||dat refl clt|
44 (a) [3:22] hay on the ground, about a meter and a half of hay there in the woods.
|hay sg n||on||earth sg f def||hay sg n def||hay sg n def||say 3sg pres P||meter sg m||and||half sg f||there adv||in||woods sg f def|
45 (a) [3:28] They spread it out for us,” he said; they lay down and it was warm.
|spread 3pl aor P||dat 1pl clt||say 3sg pres P||lie.down pl L.part P||dat refl clt||disc||warm sg n adj||there adv||3sg impf cop|
46 (a) [3:32] So they lay on the hay, out there in the open, and nothing to be done.
|lie.down pl L.part P||dat refl clt||on||hay sg n def||and||open pl P.part P||and||pres neg exist||nothing sg n|
47 (a) [3:37] And they’d also taken [another person], from Portugal, a 60-year old guy.
|one sg m adj||again adv||hes||acc m 3sg clt||take pl L.part P||from||Portugal sg f place||sixty.year.old sg m adj||person sg m|
48 (a) [3:42] He went and said the Fascists will bring you things (he was one of them) –
|go sg m L.part P||nom 1sg||say sg m L.part P||fut||dat 2pl clt||bring 3pl pres P||Fascist pl m def||nom m 3sg||already adv||with||acc 3pl|
49 (a) [3:45] – a blanket, and a [piece of] canvas, so they could spread it out there.
|one sg n adj||blanket sg n||and||one||canvas sg m||comp||acc refl clt||spread 3pl pres P||in||disc|
50 (a) [3:51] So they’re there – and we here don’t know if they’re [even] alive, or how they are –
|and||now adv||there adv||nom 1pl||neg||acc 3pl clt||know 1pl pres I||alive pl adj||interr clt||3pl pres cop clt||what.kind pl adj||3pl pres cop clt|
51 (a) [3:55] we don’t know. We look around and ask questions There was this man from Sofia,
|neg||acc 3pl clt||know 1pl pres I||seek 1pl pres I||ask 1pl pres I||from||Sofia sg f place||person sg m||L.part exist|
52 (a) [3:58] his wife is a minister – we’d met him there. So [this guy] – his wife is a minister –
|one sg m adj||minister sg m||wife sg f||dat m 3sg clt||acquaint 1pl aor P||acc refl clt||there adv||and||minister sg m||wife sg f||dat m 3sg clt|
53 (a) [4:04] he is there. So this guy, in Sofia, said to us only that
|and||hes||and||nom m 3sg||there adv||and||nom m 3sg||person sg m||only adv||dat 1pl clt||say 3sg pres I||in||Sofia sg f place|
54 (a) [4:09] they’d taken them and put them in a school or out on the grass [or something]
|nom 3pl||acc 3pl clt||take 3pl aor P||but||put 3pl aor P||acc 3pl clt||school sg n||but||nom 3pl||on||grass sg f def|
55 (a) [4:12] And we’re crying here, because [cough] we have no idea
|and||nom 1pl||cry 1pl pres I||here adv||and||neg||acc 3pl clt||know 1pl pres I||already adv|
56 (a) [4:17] how they are, or if they are alive: no letter, no nothing from them.
|what.kind pl adj||3pl pres cop clt||neg||alive pl adj||interr clt||3pl pres cop clt||pres neg exist||letter sg n||pres neg exist||nothing sg n|
57 (a) [4:21] So there is this Turkish woman here, a fortune teller, my in-law
|and||hes||here adv||one f sg adj||Turkish.woman sg f||impf exist||fortune.teller sg f||and||in.law sg m def|
58 (a) [4:26] my boy’s [other] grandfather. So he went to the fortune teller
|to||boy sg n def||dat 1sg clt||grandfather sg m||dat m 3sg clt||and||go 3sg aor I||to||fortune.teller sg f def|
59 (a) [4:30] and she said – “We’d be content [to hear from them] only “We’re alive”, [we told her].
|nom f 3sg||say sg f L.part P||nom 1pl||content indcl adj||1pl pres cop clt||only adv||comp||1pl pres cop clt||alive pl adj|
60 (a) [4:33] “They don’t let them write letters or anything, we just want to hear
|neg||dat 3pl clt||give 3pl pres I||there adv||neither||letter sg n||neither||nothing sg n||only adv||comp||acc 3pl clt||hear 1pl pres P|
61 (a) [4:36] if they are alive.” And that fortune teller said, “They are alive,” she said.
|alive pl adj||interr clt||3pl pres cop clt||and||this sg f adj||fortune.teller sg f||say sg f L.part P||alive pl adj||3pl pres cop clt||say sg f L.part P|
62 (a) [4:41] “Your daughter is an engineer, your son-in-law a mechanic.
||daughter sg f||dat 2sg clt||say sg f L.part P||engineer sg f||son.in.law sg m def||dat 2sg clt||mechanic sg m|
63 (a) [4:47] They’ll keep them [captive] either seventy days or seventy months
|seventy||day ct m||say sg f L.part P||or||seventy||interr clt||month ct m||say sg f L.part P||fut||acc 3pl clt||keep 3pl pres I|
64 (a) [4:53] but they are alive,” she said. “And they will come back for her birthday
|but||alive pl adj||3pl pres cop clt||say sg f L.part P||and||fut||go 3pl pres P||hes||for||birth sg m def adj||day sg m|
65 (a) [4:56] which is coming up. They’ll come,” she said, “They’ll come for her birthday.”
|approach 3sg pres I||fut||go 3pl pres P||say sg f L.part P||fut||come 3pl pres P||say sg f L.part P||for||birth sg m def adj||dat f 3sg clt||
66 (a) [5:01] They’ll come for her birthday.” And in fact that happened.
|and||fut||come 3pl pres P||for||birth sg m def adj||dat f 3sg clt||day sg m||and||disc||thus adv||become 3sg aor P|
67 (a) [5:06] They liberated them on the sixth – on the seventh. They liberated them then. And
|sixth sg m def adj||to||on||seventh sg m def adj||liberate 3pl aor P||acc 3pl clt||liberate 3pl aor P||acc 3pl clt||then adv||and||hes|
68 (a) [5:15] the Arabs that were Communists, [that is, on the side of] our boy,
|and||this pl adj||hes||Arab pl m def||rel||nom 3pl||Communist pl m||rel||boy sg n def||dat 1pl clt|
69 (a) [5:20] had gone twice to try to get them out but couldn’t free them.
|go pl L.part I||two m||time pl m||comp||acc 3pl clt||divest 3pl pres P||but||neg||can pl L.part I||comp||acc 3pl clt||divest 3pl pres P|
70 (a) [5:22] There was shooting, he said. The others (Americans and English) were giving support.
|shoot 3pl pres I||say 3sg pres P||shoot 3pl pres I||that pl adj||English pl m def||and||American pl m def||acc 3pl clt||support 3pl pres P|
71 (a) [5:26] Not much, but support with weapons. But then there came a Russian
|little adv||but||support 3pl pres P||acc 3pl clt||with||weapon pl n||and||later adv||when conj||come 3sg pres I||one sg m adj||Russian sg m|
72 (a) [5:31] from Var– from Russia: a young fellow twenty-three years old.
||from||hes||Russia sg f place||and||one sg n adj||boy sg n||twenty||and||three||year.old sg n adj|
73 (a) [5:35] And the Russian said, “We’re not going to leave until we find them.”
|and||Russian sg m def||say sg m L.part P||until||neg||acc 3pl clt||find 1pl pres P||fut neg||comp||depart 1pl pres I|
74 (a) [5:40] And our folk were wandering about, hungry, and came upon this field.
|and||hes||nom 3pl||walk pl L.part I||walk pl L.part I||emerge pl L.part P||to||one f sg adj||meadow sg f||hungry pl adj|
75 (a) [5:45] A man saw them, though he was one of those others, and he said
|one sg m adj||person sg m||acc 3pl clt||see sg m L.part P||but||from||acc 3pl||from||that pl adj||and||say sg m L.part P|
76 (a) [5:49] “I’ll go off and bring you back a little bread.” But the soldiers
|nom 1sg||fut||go 1sg pres P||comp||dat 2pl clt||bring 1sg pres P||little adv||bread sg m||but||soldier pl m def|
77 (a) [5:51] still sought them. They came out and said, “Did you see man and woman here?”
|all adv||acc 3pl clt||search pl L.part I||emerge pl L.part P||there adv||woman sg f||and||man sg m||see 2pl aor P||interr clt||say pl L.part P|
78 (a) [5:56] He said, “I got here, came out [and saw them], and was going to get them food”, he said.
|nom m 3sg||say sg m L.part P||come 1sg aor P||call 3sg pres I||here adv||emerge 1sg aor P||say sg m L.part P||fut||dat 3pl clt||seek 1sg pres I||little adv||
79 (a) [6:01] [But] when I came, they took fright and dashed into the woods again.”
|come 1sg aor P||call 3sg pres I||nom 3pl||again adv||acc 3pl clt||fear adv||again adv||acc refl clt||plunge pl L.part P||in||woods sg f def|
80 (a) [6:03] And they walked on and on, four days, without food, and came upon
|walk pl L.part I||walk pl L.part I||four||day ct m||walk pl L.part I||hungry pl adj||and||emerge 3pl pres P|
81 (a) [6:08] a fisherman, and he – this boy said to him, “Take us [to get food],”
|one sg m adj||go m L.part.||for||fish sg f||nom m 3sg||say sg m L.part P||boy sg n def||say sg n L.part P||comp||acc 1pl clt||lead 2pl pres P|
82 (a) [6:14] he said, “we’re hungry. And we’re actors,” said [the girl] (they were hiding).
|say sg n L.part P||hungry pl adj||1pl pres cop clt||and||nom 1pl||1pl pres cop clt||say sg f L.part P||actor pl m||hide 3pl pres I||acc refl clt|
83 (a) [6:18] OK. Anyway, he took them. The wife had given him her watch
|fine adv||but||nom m 3sg||acc 3pl clt||lead sg m L.part P||bride sg f def||dat m 3sg clt||give sg f L.part P||watch sg m def||dat refl clt|
84 (a) [6:22] So he took them. He led them to his hut where, he said,
|nom m 3sg||acc 3pl clt||lead sg m L.part P||lead sg m L.part P||acc 3pl clt||to||hut sg f def||dat refl clt||and||nom n 3sg||say 3sg pres P|
85 (a) [6:25] they don’t eat bread. They had no flour, but [the woman] stirred up some potato mash
|neg||eat 3pl pres I||bread sg m||not.have 3pl pres I||flour sg n||disc||gruel sg f||potato sg f adj||stir sg f L.part P|
86 (a) [6:30] and they fed them and put them up overnight, and then left to take them
|and||acc 3pl clt||feed pl L.part P||and||acc 3pl clt||sleep pl L.part I||there adv||and||depart pl L.part P||comp||acc 3pl clt||lead 3sg pres P|
87 (a) [6:34] to Tripoli, to show them the way. They walked, they walked –
|toward||Bezerlik sg m place||comp||show 3sg pres P||road sg m def||walk pl L.part I||walk pl L.part I|
88 (a) [6:37] and then two Arab boys came up. The wife wasn’t able to walk any more,
|go 3pl pres I||two n||boy pl n||from||Arab pl m def||bride sg f def||already adv||neg||can 3sg pres I||comp||walk 3sg pres I|
89 (a) [6:42] they were fainting from hunger after 70 days. So these boys
|fall pl L.part P||from||hunger sg f||seventy||day ct m||and||and||this pl adj||boy pl n|
90 (a) [6:46] had bicycles. They took the wife, and because Drago couldn’t [walk either].
|be pl L.part||with||bicycle pl n def||take 3pl pres P||bride sg f def||and||walk pl L.part I||Drago sg m name||neg||can 3sg pres I|
91 (a) [6:49] they took him too and drove them a long way, two or three kilometers,
|and||take pl L.part P||and||acc m 3sg||acc 3pl clt||drive pl L.part I||much adv||two m||three||kilometer ct m||acc 3pl clt||drive pl L.part I|
92 (a) [6:54] and took them to soldiers, soldiers who would then take them to the Arabs.
|and||acc 3pl clt||lead pl L.part P||to||soldier pl m def||rel||soldier pl m||fut||acc 3pl clt||lead 3pl pres I||
||in||Arab pl m def|
93 (a) [6:59] “And they took us there,” he said. “And the soldiers sent a message,” he said,
|and||acc 1pl clt||lead 3pl aor P||say 3sg pres P||there adv||and||soldier pl m def||say 3sg pres P||
||and||communicate 3pl aor P||say 3sg pres P|
94 (a) [7:06] and a car came – they and several others had been looking for them.
|come 3sg aor P||car sg f||otherwise adv||seek 3pl pres I||acc 3pl clt||and||such pl adj||other pl adj||acc 3pl clt||seek 3pl pres I|
95 (a) [7:09] “If they see [someone’s] Bulgarian, [bandits] will kill him,” he said. “Then they came with cars
|when conj||acc m 3sg clt||see 3pl pres P||say 3sg pres P||Bulgarian sg m||kill 3pl pres I||acc m 3sg clt||come 3pl aor P||say 3sg pres P||with||car pl f def|
96 (a) [7:13] “They took us and drove us and gave us [to eat],” said Drago.
|take 3pl aor P||acc 1pl clt||drive 3pl aor P||acc 1pl clt||say 3sg pres P||but||give 3pl pres I||say 3sg pres P||Drago sg m name|
97 (a) [7:16] “They had food there, but it was only canteen food, and I,” he said,
|and||food sg n||have 3pl pres I||but||at||canteen sg m||only adv||but||nom 1sg||say 3sg pres P|
98 (a) [7:19] couldn’t eat [it].” And [then] this Russian and another boy
||neg||can 1sg pres I||comp||eat 1sg pres I||and||this sg m adj||Russian sg m def||and||boy sg n def|
99 (a) [7:25] came with a helicopter from Russia, and if it weren’t for them –
|with||helicopter sg m||come pl L.part P||from||Russia sg f place||and||nom 3pl||if conj||neg||3pl aor cop|
100 (a) [7:27] they wouldn’t have been able to save our boys. The Russian saved them!
|neg||can 3pl aor I||neg||can pl L.part.impf I||comp||save 3pl pres P||boy pl n def||our pl def adj||Russian sg m def||acc 3pl clt||save sg m L.part P|
101 (a) [7:33] So they took his address [so that] he’ll come visit us in Varna.
|and||dat 3pl clt||take sg m L.part P||address sg m def||and||will||come 3sg pres I||to||guest pl m||from||Varna sg f place|
102 (a) [7:36] Then the helicopter signalled that it was leaving, and without warning it took fire
|and||hes||and||helicopter sg m def||discharge 3sg pres I||that conj||dat refl clt||go 3sg pres I||and||all.at.once adv||helicopter sg m def||acc refl clt||kindle 3sg pres I|
103 (a) [7:42] and the pilots burned to death – both the [other] boy and the Russian.
|and||burn.up 3pl pres I||pilot pl m def||and||and||boy sg n def||and||hes||Russian sg m def|
104 (a) [7:46] “But,” he said, [the Russians] will still protect us from others [like this].
|and||acc 1pl||say 3sg pres P||again adv||acc 1pl clt||preserve 3pl pres I||
||hes||other pl def adj|
105 (a) [7:49] There’s hooligans who will kill someone when they see he’s Bulgarian.
|hooligan pl m def||say 3sg pres P||pres exist||when conj||see 3pl pres P||Bulgarian sg m||kill 3pl pres I||acc m 3sg clt|
106 (a) [7:52] Because,” he said, “that’s how they are.”
|because conj||say 3sg pres P||disc|