Kolju Marinovo 5
1 (a) [0:01] Well, at village celebrations some slaughter their own way but when we have [it],
|for||fair sg m def||someone pl adj||acc 3pl clt||slaughter 3pl pres I||hes||apart adv||and||nom 1pl||when conj||dat refl clt||have 1pl pres I|
2 (a) [0:06] we take and slaughter a lamb or whatever we’ve slaughtered,
|take 1pl pres I||and||dat refl clt||slaughter 1pl pres P||lamb sg n||interr clt||fut||3sg pres cop clt||rel||1pl pres aux clt||dat refl clt||slaughter pl L.part P|
3 (a) [0:11] then we’ll [also] slaughter hens. For instance pork is prepared
|hen pl f||fut||slaughter 1pl pres P||hes||with||interr||pig sg n adj||apart adv||fut||acc refl clt||cook 3sg pres P|
4 (a) [0:17] its own way, and so is chicken. Everyone makes two [meat] dishes each.
|chicken sg n def adj||apart adv||fut||acc refl clt||cook 3sg pres P||by||two f||dish pl f||all||dat refl clt||make 1pl pres I|
5 (GK) Hm.
6 (RA) And that’s how you did it.
|and||thus adv||2pl pres aux clt||make pl L.part I|
7 (a) [0:22] And that’s how we did it, and now in the autumn
|and||thus adv||1pl pres aux clt||make pl L.part I||and||now adv||what rel||3sg pres cop clt||in||autumn sg f|
8 (a) [0:26] we make whatever there is, either pickled or some other thing,
|what rel||pres exist||such sg n adj||acc refl clt||
||make 3sg pres I||either||pickle||one sg n adj||other sg n adj|
9 (a) [0:32] It’s been two or three years now, you see, we’ve had a serious drought here.
|and||become 3sg aor P||two f||three||year pl f||and||mean 3sg pres I||nom 1pl||much adv||drought sg f||here adv|
10 (a) [0:37] Just look at my tomatoes, what they’ve already become:
|and||ost||look 2pl pres P||dat 1sg clt||tomato pl m def||already adv||what sg n interr||become 3pl aor P|
11 (a) [0:41] they’re [completely] withered. So I abandoned them and let the hens at them,
|wither 3pl aor P||and||nom 1sg||acc 3pl clt||abandon 1sg aor P||and||hen pl f def||acc 3pl clt||allow 1sg pres I|
12 (a) [0:44] and they graze [there] at the end. [laughter] What can you do [with] them?
|and||nom 3pl||eat 3pl pres I||from||end sg m def||what sg n interr||comp||acc 3pl clt||do 2sg pres I|
13 (a) [0:49] It’s been a really bad drought, two or three years already,
|much adv||much adv||drought sg f||become 3sg aor P||two f||three||year pl f||already adv|
14 (a) [0:52] but today, especially this year that I’ve lived through
|but||and||today adv||especially adv||this sg f adj||year sg f||rel||acc f 3sg clt||survive 1sg aor P|
15 (GK) [It has been] a terrible, terrible drought.
|much adv||much adv||drought sg f|
16 (GK) Earlier on was there much water in the village?
|and||before adv||L.part exist||interr clt||3sg pres aux clt||in||village sg n||village sg n||sg n def||water sg f||much adv|
17 (a) [1:00] There was, there was.
|exist impf||exist impf|
18 (GK) Yes?
19 (a) [1:02] We got [it from] – there’s a reservoir here near us. Up above,
|nom 1pl||take 1pl aor P||here adv||3sg pres cop clt||reservoir sg m def||to||acc 1pl||above adv|
20 (GK) Uh huh.
21 (a) [1:06] Didn’t you notice it? That’s the reservoir, right over here – near us.
|and||neg||interr clt||acc m 3sg clt||notice 2sg aor P||this sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt||reservoir sg m def||ost||here adv||to||acc 1pl|
22 (a) [1:11] We get water from here. Water is scattered, even one in the other neighborhood.
|nom 1pl||from||here adv||take 1pl pres I||water sg f||and||scatter sg f P.part P||and||even adv||in||beyond sg f def adj||neighborhood sg f|
23 (a) [1:15] But we have another water source here across the summit, over there on the other side,
|but||one sg m adj||one sg f adj||water sg f||and||have 1pl pres I||here adv||across||summit sg m def||and||even adv||onward adv|
24 (a) [1:20] It’s very far, to walk [all the way] to that water
|nom n 3sg||3sg pres cop clt||very adv||far adv||to||that sg f adj||water sg f||and||comp||walk 1sg pres I||there adv|
25 (GK) But [to] it –
|but||and||acc n 3sg|
26 (a) [1:24] They couldn’t get it all, so we have a lot of trouble [to get] water.
|neg||can 3pl aor I||comp||acc f 3sg clt||grasp acc f 3pl clt||all sg f def adj||and||much adv||get.in.trouble 1pl pres I||for||water sg f|
27 (a) [1:30] And now the one who’s [responsible] for the water
|and||now adv||nom m 3sg||hes||who sg m rel adj||3sg pres cop clt||hes||on||water sg f def|
28 (a) [1:35] opens [the sources] every morning and closes them in the evening.
|every sg f adj||morning sg f||acc 3pl clt||open 3sg pres I||evening sg f||acc 3pl clt||close 3sg pres I|
29 (GK) What [is it that he opens and closes]?
|which sg n interr adj|
30 (a) [1:41] And for two hours he kept it [open], kept it [open] two hours,
|and||nom m 3sg||two m||hour ct m||acc 3pl clt||3sg pres aux clt||keep sg m L.part I||keep sg m L.part I||already adv||two m||hour ct m|
31 (a) [1:44] or maybe [only] one. We have a specific person for the wells,
|interr clt||one sg m adj||disc||have 1pl pres I||dat refl clt||specific sg m adj||person sg m||for||wells pl f def|
32 (GK) But even –
33 (a) [1:49] to release the water flow and shut it off.
|comp||acc 3pl clt||release 3sg pres I||comp||acc 3pl clt||stop 3sg pres I|
34 (GK) So in the old days did houses used to have
|and||one sg n adj||time sg n||L.part exist||interr clt||L.part exist||interr clt||3sg pres aux clt||disc||by||house pl f def|
35 (GK) water – wells, or –
|water sg f||well pl f||or|
36 (a) [1:54] No.
37 (GK) What?
38 (a) [1:55] No.
39 (GK) [So] what was it like?
|how interr||3sg pres aux clt||be sg n L.part|
40 (a) [1:57] We have a well in the dry riverbed, down below here near us
|there adv||riverbed sg n def||have 1pl pres I||nom 1pl||have 1pl pres I||well sg f||hes||here adv||to||acc 1pl||below adv|
41 (a) [2:02] is the riverbed. There’s only one garden [between us] and the riverbed.
|already adv||3sg pres cop clt||riverbed sg n||and||one sg f adj||garden sg f||only adv||3sg pres cop clt||riverbed sg n pres cop clt|
42 (a) [2:07] And there we had – down here there was –
||have 1pl impf I||disc||and||here adv||below adv||even adv||exist impf|
43 (a) [2:11] a little further down from us, there was a well with good water.
|from||acc 1pl||little adv||more||below adv||exist impf||and||well sg f||with||nice sg f adj||water sg f|
44 (a) [2:16] and I knew [my job] – to carry pails on my shoulder, morning, evening and midday.
|and||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||know 1sg impf I||kettle pl m def||to||shoulder sg n def||morning sg f||evening sg f||in||midday sg n||carry 1sg pres I|
45 (a) [2:21] But for good water [that one] there was closer to me
|but||for||nice sg f adj||water sg f||there adv||dat 1sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||more||close adv|
46 (a) [2:23] because we’re right here: two or three houses over is
|because conj||nom 1pl||1pl pres cop clt||ost||here adv||across||two f||three||house pl f||3sg pres cop clt|
47 (a) [2:24] my place of birth, you know?
|birth sg n def adj||dat 1sg clt||place sg n||disc|
48 (GK) Yes, the house where you were born.
|yes||birth sg f def adj||house sg f|
49 (a) [2:30] That one is closer, and we get water from there. There is a well, but
|and||there adv||3sg pres cop clt||more||close adv||there adv||dat refl clt||carry 1pl pres I||pres exist||well sg f||but|
50 (a) [2:35] [the water] isn’t as tasty. It’s OK for washing, for watering, for doing laundry,
|more||neg||3sg pres cop clt||tasty sg f adj||thus adv||for||wash vbl.n I||for||water vbl.n I||for||launder vbl.n I|
51 (a) [2:39] for everything – but it all had to be carried on the back.
|for||everything sg n||but||to||back sg m||everything sg n||acc refl clt||carry 3sg impf I|
52 (GK) How [do you mean], on the back?
|disc||how interr||on||back sg m|
53 (a) [2:42] Well, with a yoke, you know! Two kettles! Ah, these kettles –
|disc||with||yoke sg f||adrs||two m||kettle ct m||excl||kettle pl m def||nom 3pl|
54 (a) [2:48] I don’t know if you’ve seen them even.
|neg||know 1sg pres I||see sg m L.part I||interr clt||2sg pres aux clt||acc 3pl clt||even adv|
55 (GK) What is it, like some sort of bucket?
|what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||like||bucket sg f||something sg n|
56 (a) [2:53] Like a bucket, but [made] of copper.
|like||bucket sg f||but||copper sg n adj|
57 (GK) Ah, from copper. So that’s why you call them “copper” [kettles].
|disc||copper sg n adj||for.that adv||dat m 3sg clt||acc refl clt||call 3sg pres I||copper sg m|
58 (a) [2:58] That’s why we call it a copper [kettle].
|for.that adv||dat m 3sg clt||acc refl clt||call 3sg pres I||copper sg n adj|
59 (GK) And when you take –
|disc||and||[…]||and||when conj||take 1pl pres P|
60 (a) [3:04] On the yoke – a yoke this size. You put it over your shoulder,
|and||to||yoke sg f||one sg f adj||yoke sg f||ost||so.big sg f adj||put 2sg pres I||to||shoulder sg n def|
61 (a) [3:08] one [kettle] in front, the other in back, and we carry the water on our shoulders.
|one sg m adj||forward adv||other sg m adj||behind adv||and||carry 1pl pres I||to||shoulder sg n||carry 1pl pres I||water sg f def|
62 (a) [3:13] And you think that’s easy? We had a river here nearby
|and||easy adv||interr clt||3sg pres cop clt||river sg f||have 1pl impf I||here adv||close adv|
63 (a) [3:16] because we were there closer to the river, and –
|nom 1pl||because conj||there adv||1pl impf cop||more||close adv||to||river sg f def||and|
64 (GK) Why do you say “we had”? It hasn’t gone and dried up, has it?
|but||why interr||call 2sg pres I||have 1pl impf I||comp||neg||3sg pres aux clt||dry sg f L.part P||now adv|
65 (a) [3:25] Well, one could say that both the water and the river have dried up.
|disc||can pres imprs||acc refl clt||3sg pres P||that conj||water sg f def||and||river sg f def||3sg pres aux clt||dry sg f L.part P|