1 (a) [0:03] [Things] are bad. How can you say it’s nice when it’s bad?
|bad sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt||how interr||fut||say 2sg pres P||that||3sg pres cop clt||nice sg n adv||and||disc||3sg pres cop clt||bad sg n adj|
2 (GK) Well, that’s why I say – how about something more cheerful to, to
|disc||for||for.that adv||disc||call 1sg pres I||for||something sg n||more||joyful sg n adj||comp||comp|
3 (GK) to talk about? [laughter] [For instance], how was it in the old days?
|comp||chat 1pl pres I||one sg n adj||time sg n||how interr||become 3sg impf I|
4 (GK) Did you here call an engagement “glavezh”? Or “godezh”?
|nom 2pl||here adv||engagement sg m||interr clt||dat m 3sg clt||call 2pl impf I||engagement sg m||interr clt|
5 (a) [0:17] [We called it] “godezh”, “godezh”.
|engagement sg m||engagement sg m|
6 (c) [0:17] [It’s] “godezh”.
|engagement sg m|
7 (GK) [So engagement is] “godezh”. How did the engagement, as you call it, happen?
|engagement sg m||how interr||become 3sg impf I||engagement sg m def||call 2pl impf I|
8 (GK) How did the boy and girl come to like each other, get engaged, get married –?
|how interr||acc refl clt||take.liking 3pl impf I||girl sg f def||boy sg n def||and||engagement sg m def||and||wedding sg f def|
9 (b) [0:25] Oh ho ho!
10 (c) [0:25] Oh ho ho!
11 (a) [0:26] [Ah,] weddings.
|wedding pl f|
12 (GK) So. So –
|thus adv||thus adv|
13 (a) [0:27] Weddings were nice.
|nice adv||3sg impf cop||wedding pl f|
14 (GK) tell me [everything] in order. But in order,
|in.order adv||in.order adv||comp||dat 1sg clt||acc 3pl clt||say 2pl pres P||in.order adv|
15 (GK) so that students can [understand] when they read [about it].
|disc||comp||can pres imprs||and||student pl m def||when conj||read 3pl pres I|
16 (b) [0:32] O.K., in order. The matchmakers would come
|disc||in.order adv||then adv||come 3pl impf I||matchmaker pl m|
17 (a) [0:34] Huh.
18 (b) [0:36] to seek out the girl.
|comp||seek 3pl pres I||girl sg n def|
19 (a) [0:37] [cough]
20 (b) [0:37] Now if the boy likes the girl, then it happens. A bouquet is made,
|and||now adv||if conj||acc f 3sg clt||take.liking 3sg pres I||girl sg n def||boy sg n def||become 3sg pres I||make sg f L.part P||bouquet sg f|
21 (b) [0:45] and [used] to decorate the matchmakers. And things move on to the next stage.
|decorate 3sg pres I||matchmaker pl m def||and||become 3sg pres I||dat refl clt||to||after adv|
22 (c) [0:48] After that, another engagement, when they come to [mark] the engagement.
|after||this sg m adj||again adv||engagement sg m||when conj||dat refl clt||acc 3pl clt||come 3pl pres P||for||engagement sg m def|
23 (b) [0:51] The “official” engagement, …
|official sg m adj||engagement sg m|
24 (GK) Ah, that’s later.
25 (b) [0:52] … the second engagement.
|second sg m adj||engagement sg m|
26 (GK) But haven’t the girl and boy already decided they like one another?
|but||nom 3pl||neg||3pl pres aux clt||interr clt||acc refl clt||take.liking pl L.part P||already adv||boy sg n def||and||girl sg n def|
27 (a) [0:54] But they –
28 (c) [0:55] Listen – Back then things were different.
|listen sg imv I||then adv||3sg impf cop||other sg n adj|
29 (GK) So you tell me [about it].
|hort||tell sg imv P||nom 2sg|
30 (b) [0:57] Well –
31 (a) [0:58] [laughter]
32 (b) [0:59] [for instance] someone says [to someone] somewhere, “I want …
|disc||which sg m interr||[…]||which sg m interr||where interr||say 3sg pres P||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||want 1sg pres I|
33 (a) [1:01] That’s right.
34 (b) [1:02] … you!”
35 (GK) Hah.
36 (b) [1:03] But her father doesn’t want it.
|but||father sg m||not.want 3sg pres|
37 (a) [1:03] Her father won’t give her to him [in marriage].
|father sg m||neg||dat m 3sg clt||acc f 3sg clt||give 3sg pres I|
38 (b) [1:05] And whatever the father says, that’s it.
|and||where interr||fut||say 3sg pres P||father sg m||there adv|
39 (a) [1:08] And the mother too.
|and||mother sg f def|
40 (c) [1:08] That’s how it was back then.
|thus adv||3sg impf cop||then adv|
41 (b) [1:09] And the mother too. If I liked a [certain boy], my father would say,
|and||mother sg f def||nom 1sg||that conj||1sg pres aux clt||want sg f L.part I||one sg m adj||and||father sg m def||when conj||say 3sg aor P||thus adv|
42 (b) [1:14] “[O.K., but if] you go there [it’s] with a carry-sack on your shoulder:
|nom 2sg||fut||go 2sg pres P||there adv||but||carry.sack sg f def||on||shoulder sg n def|
43 (b) [1:16] you go [like that], you’ll leave my house for good.
|and||fut||go 2sg pres P||fut||run 2sg pres I||from||from||house sg f def||dat 1sg clt|
44 (b) [1:18] What I say goes!”
|where interr||fut||say 1sg pres P||nom 1sg||there adv|
45 (a) [1:19] And you’ll go.
|there adv||fut||go 2sg pres P|
46 (b) [1:20] That’s right.
47 (a) [1:21] That’s how it was.
|this sg n adj||3sg impf cop|
48 (b) [1:22] I was engaged for two years. My fiancé went off to the military,
|be.engaged 1sg aor||acc refl clt||two f||year pl f||go 3sg aor||fiance sg m def||soldier sg m|
49 (b) [1:26] and I’m engaged. I wait here for the soldier.
|nom 1sg||1sg pres cop clt||be.enaged sg f P.part||here adv||nom 1sg||wait 1sg pres||soldier sg m|
50 (a) [1:29] For the soldier to come back. [laughter]
|soldier sg m||comp||come 3sg pres P|
51 (b) [1:31] So that’s how it was. When he came back [after] two years, on St. Dimitri’s Day,
|and||thus adv||thus adv||3sg impf cop||when conj||dat refl clt||come 3sg pres P||two f||year pl f||for||St.Dimitri’s.day sg m|
52 (b) [1:35] he came and they organized the wedding. Weddings then were at home.
|fut||come 3sg pres P||hort||wedding sg f||organize 3pl aor P||nom n 3sg||3sg impf cop||disc||wedding pl f||at.home adv|
53 (b) [1:45] They put a cauldron of wine, my [future] father-in-law in the middle of his yard,
|when conj||fut||release 3pl pres P||by||one sg f adj||cauldron sg f||wine sg n||father.in.law sg m||dat 1sg clt||amidst||yard sg m def|
54 (a) [1:50] [with] a full [cauldron]
|full sg f adj|
55 (c) [1:51] and whoever – whoever …
|and||who sg m||who sg m|
56 (b) [1:52] Whoever …
|who sg m||who sg m|
57 (c) [1:52] … comes by scoops [some] out and drinks.
|pass 3sg pres P||and||scoop 3sg pres I||and||drink 3sg pres I|
58 (b) [1:53] … would come by, would scoop it out in bowls or such, and keep on sipping.
|fut||pass 3sg pres P||scoop 3sg pres I||and||drink 3sg pres I||full pl adj||and||bowl pl f def disc||sip 3sg pres I|
59 (c) [1:57] Whatever’s there, there drink it!
|what||comp||3sg pres cop clt||there adv||drink 3pl pres I|
60 (b) [1:58] [laughter] And that’s how [it was].
61 (c) [2:01] Back then it was happy.
|then adv||3sg impf cop||joyful adv|
62 (a) [2:01] Ah.
63 (b) [2:01] It was indeed happy then. If you’re engaged two years, [your father] will say
|then adv||3sg aor cop||joyful adv||two f||year pl f||be.engaged sg m P.part||comp||2sg pres cop clt||and||this sg f adj||say 3sg pres P|
64 (b) [2:07] “You better watch out! You’re going to wait those two years for him?!”
|excl||nom 2sg||adrs||say 3sg pres P||two f||year pl f||fut||acc m 3sg clt||wait 2sg pres I|
65 (b) [2:10] And I’ll wait for him. “[Yes,] you’ll wait for him, but Dad [is here] with the tongs –
|and||fut||acc m 3sg clt||wait 1sg pres I||fut||acc m 3sg clt||wait 2sg pres I||but||father sg m||with||tongs sg m def|
66 (b) [2:14] [laughter] “You’ll [feel] the measure of these tongs [on your back]!”
|fut||measure 2sg pres P||tongs sg m|
67 (GK) [laughter]
68 (b) [2:20] [laughter]
69 (c) [2:23] Yes, that’s how it was.
|and||thus adv||thus adv||3sg impf cop|
70 (b) [2:24] Whatever he says goes.
|rel||say 3sg pres P||there adv|
71 (GK) OK. Now they send the matchmakers, and do the matchmakers bring something?
|disc||good adv||send 3pl pres I||matchmaker pl m||and||and||matchmaker pl m def||carry 3pl pres I||interr clt||something sg n|
72 (b) [2:28] Well, he carries [it so that] when my dad decides he’ll give me in marriage –
|disc||when conj||fut||decide 3sg pres P||father sg m||that||fut||acc 1sg clt||give 3pl pres P||carry 3sg pres I|
73 (a) [2:32] He’s carrying brandy.
|brandy sg f||carry 3sg pres I|
74 (c) [2:33] Oh! After that …
|disc||after||this sg n adj|
75 (b) [2:33] [It’s] a bottle …
|bottle sg n def|
76 (c) [2:34] … when they come for the “uglav” (preliminary engagement), then they come for –
|when conj||fut||come 3sg pres P||for||pre.engagement sg m||already adv||then adv||come 3pl pres P||and||for|
77 (c) [2:35] They make banitsa.
|make 3pl pres I||banitsa pl f|
78 (b) [2:35] … a bottle that the father-in-law carries tucked into his shirt …
|bottle sg n def||3sg pres cop clt||in||shirt.front sg f def||of||father.in.law sg m def|
79 (GK) Hm.
80 (b) [2:39] … to say “Come on, …
|as||fut||say 3pl pres P||hort|
81 (a) [2:40] [laughter]
82 (b) [2:41] .. come on!
83 (c) [2:42] They’ve given their word.
|give 3pl pres I||word sg f|
84 (b) [2:42] They’ve given their word – let the wedding party get drunk on brandy! [laughter]
|give 3pl pres I||word sg f||and||hort||fut||acc refl clt||drink 3pl pres P||wedding.guests pl m def||brandy sg f|
85 (a) [2:45] [laughter]
86 (b) [2:47] Then the engagement [party], they’ll arrange a big engagement [party].
|later adv||engagement sg m||and||big sg m adj||engagement sg m||then adv||fut||acc refl clt||arrange 3sg pres P|
87 (GK) Aha.
88 (a) [2:51] They go with cooked [food], …
|go 3pl pres I||with||cook sg n P.part I|
89 (b) [2:52] They go with cooked [food].
|go 3pl pres I||with||cook sg n P.part I|
90 (a) … with [different sorts of] banitsa, with wine, with brandy – they carry [all that].
|with||banitsa pl f||with||wine sg n||brandy sg f||again adv||carry 3pl pres I|
91 (c) [2:56] It’s like that.
|thus adv||3sg pres cop clt|
92 (GK) [You said] “uglav”. What was the “uglav”?
|pre.engagement pl m||pre.engagement pl m def||what sg n interr||3sg impf cop|
93 (c) [2:59] The “uglava”, that’s when they’ve concluded the pre-engagement.
|pre.engagement sg f def||already adv||then adv||already adv||when inter.rel||with||pre.engagement pl m def|
94 (c) [3:01] After that, they start to prepare the food, types of banitsa, breads, wine,
|from.there adv||acc refl clt||cook 3pl pres I||fut||with||food sg n||banitsa pl f||and||with||quick.bread pl f||with||wine sg n|
95 (a) [3:06] and brandy, as well as the things that they’ll bring to the girl.
|with||brandy sg f||and||to||maiden sg f def||what rel||fut||bring 3pl pres P|
96 (b) [3:08] – that they’ll bring to the girl.
|fut||dat f 3sg clt||bring 3pl pres P||to||maiden sg f def|
97 (c) [3:10] They’ll bring her shoes, …
|fut||bring 3pl pres P||shoe pl f||interr clt||fut||3sg pres cop clt|
98 (GK) Uh huh.
99 (b) [3:12] Head coverings.
|head.cover sg f|
100 (c) [3:12] … they’ll bring her head coverings, and rings, and –
|head.cover sg f||and||ring pl m||fut||bring 3pl pres P||and|
101 (a) [3:15] Because they’ll take things back from her too! That’s why.
|because||to||acc f 3sg||fut||take.away 3pl pres P||for.that adv||thus adv|
102 (c) [3:16] Back from her! [laughter]
|from||acc f 3sg||[…]||[ ... ]|
103 (b) [3:19] Then –
104 (c) [3:18] [laughter]
105 (b) [3:20] after they conclude the pre-engagement [they wait for a holiday like] Easter or
|when conj||fut||make 3pl pres I||pre.engagement sg f def||fut||for||Easter sg m||for|
106 (b) [3:22] Christmas
|Christmas sg m||interr clt||fut||3sg pres cop clt|
107 (c) [3:23] [laughter]
108 (b) [3:23] and this then –
|this sg n adj||then adv|
109 (c) [3:25] [laughter]
110 (b) [3:25] they called it the “upashalka” (ritual decoration). Then the father-in-law prepares cords.
|acc m 3sg clt||say 3pl impf I||ritual.decoration sg f||then adv||father.in.law sg m def||when conj||arrange 3sg pres P||cord pl m|
111 (b) [3:29] If he has gold coins he’ll put gold coins on the cord, or other [things]
|if conj||have 3sg pres||gold.coin pl f||fut||put 3sg pres P||gold.coin sg f||on||cord pl m||other pl adj|
112 (b) [3:33] [It’s] a big “nikyaf” (large necklace) – they decorate [things], string [coins and things] –
|large.necklace sg m||big sg m adj||decorate 3pl pres I||string 3pl pres I|
113 (c) [3:35] Then comes that [ritual] they called “upashalka”.
|later adv||ritual.decoration||acc n 3sg clt||say 3pl impf I||that sg n adj|
114 (GK) What’s that? They put [some sort of] belt on her? What was it made of?
|what sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt||this sg n adj||comp||acc f 3sg clt||encircle 3pl pres P||with||what sg n adj|
115 (c) [3:38] The “upashalka” ritual starts when …
|with||ritual.decoration sg f def||3sg pres cop clt||already adv|
116 (b) [3:40] With necklaces,
|with||necklace pl m|
117 (c) [3:40] … they come with necklaces.
|with||necklace pl m||fut||come 3pl pres I|
118 (a) [3:41] [laughter]
119 (c) [3:41] And when they bestow the “nik’af” (large necklace), they’ll bring –
|on||large.necklace sg m||fut||bring 3pl pres P|
120 (b) [3:42] They’ll bring –
|fut||bring 3pl pres P|
121 (a) [2:43] Shoes, head-coverings _
|shoe pl f||head.cover sg f|
122 (RA) Uh huh.
123 (c) [3:45] Whoever has velvet –
|in||velvet sg n||who sg m||have 3sg pres I|
124 (b) [3:47] Whoever has velvet will sew [things] for the girl out of velvet.
|who sg m||have 3sg pres I||velvet sg n||who sg m inter.rel||fut||sew 3pl pres I||for||maiden sg f def||velvet sg n|
125 (c) [3:49] And then they’ll take her off and –
|and||then adv||fut||acc f 3sg clt||take 3pl pres P||and|
126 (b) [3:50] You really don’t remember all that? We remember everything [don’t we?]
|disc||neg||remember 2pl pres I||and||remember 1pl pres I||everything sg n adj|
127 (c) [3:52] We remember. Ah, I myself [certainly] remember that!
|remember 1pl pres I||excl||this sg n adj||acc n 3sg clt||remember 1sg pres I||nom 1sg|
128 (a) [3:54] I remember too! Gold coins here, and here, and in back.
|and||nom 1sg||remember 1sg pres I||gold.coin pl f||and||here adv||and||here adv||and||behind adv|
129 (a) [3:56] They gave them to me – they gave me everything, enough.
|to||acc 1sg||dat 1sg clt||to||acc 1sg||give 3pl aor P||everything sg n adj||enough adv|
130 (b) [3:59] They didn’t give me [any], nor did I give any [to anyone].
|neither||dat 1sg clt||give 3pl aor P||neither||and||give 1sg aor P|
131 (c) [4:00] They gave them me some too – both gold coins and levs.
|and||to||dat 1sg||give 3pl aor P||and||gold.coin pl f||and||lev pl m|
132 (c) [4:00] But Yanko took them off somewhere [else].
|Yanko sg m name||acc 3pl clt||take 3sg aor P||further adv|
133 (a) [4:02] [laughter]
134 (c) [4:03] Yanko took the levs, and [unintelligible]
|Yanko sg m name||acc 3pl clt||take 3sg aor P||lev pl m def|
135 (b) [4:05] Mine are all broken. I gave them all –
|my pl def adj||break pl P.part P||acc 3pl clt||give 1sg aor P||to||all indcl||give 1sg aor P||by|
136 (c) [4:08] None at all! Yanko took them all so he and others could play [with them].
|not.at.all adv||Yanko sg m name||all indcl||acc 3sg clt||take 3sg aor P||comp||dat refl clt||play 3pl pres I||there adv|
137 (c) [4:09] [laughter]
138 (GK) [So,] the “nikyaf”. What is this “nikyaf”?
|large.necklace sg m||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||this sg n adj||large.necklace sg m|
139 (b) [4:12] Well, that’s –
|disc||this sg n adj|
140 (c) [4:13] That’s [these] gold coins and levs.
|this sg n adj||gold.coin pl f||and||lev pl m|
141 (a) [4:14] Gold coins and –
|gold.coin pl f||and|
142 (GK) So is this a sort of decoration?
|disc||nom n 3sg||3sg pres cop clt||like||decoration sg n|
143 (a) [4:16] Yes, it’s a decoration, it’s like a necklace.
|yes||decoration sg n||3sg pres cop clt||[...]||this sg n adj||this.much sg m adj||necklace sg m|
144 (c) [4:18] A necklace. They gave me one necklace of levs, one-lev pieces.
|one sg m adj||necklace sg m||to||dat 1sg||give 3pl aor P||one sg m adj||necklace sg m||lev pl m||by||one sg m adj||lev sg m|
145 (c) [4:20] silver levs, and one – necklace of gold coins. And the lower button.
|silver pl adj||lev pl m||one sg m adj||
||necklace sg m||gold.coin pl f||and||lower sg n adj||button sg n|
146 (GK) What’s the “lower button”?
|lower sg n adj||button sg n||what sg n interr|
147 (a) [4:26] The lower button, yes. Yes.
|lower sg n adj||button sg n||yes||yes|
148 (GK) What’s that?
|what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||this sg n adj|
149 (a) [4:28] It’s a button, this big, with little hooks below it,
|nom n 3sg||such.size sg n adj||button sg n||with||hes||hook pl f||below adv|
150 (a) [4:31] and decorations like this, and it’s tied all around.
|decoration pl f||fut||pres exist||thus adv||and||around adv||tie pl P.part P|
151 (c) [4:33] And a swinging pendant right here, and another one right here.
|and||one sg f adj||swing sg f||this.direction adv||and||other sg f def adj||this.direction adv|
152 (GK) Aha, so this lower button here, does it [function] to fasten something?
|disc||and||this sg n adj||lower sg n def adj||button sg n||here adv||acc refl clt||fasten 3sg pres I||interr clt|
153 (c) [4:38] It fastens. There’s a button, it –
|fasten 3sg pres I||acc refl clt||pres exist||dat refl clt||button sg n||nom n 3sg|
154 (GK) Here on the belt, like this?
|this sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt||on||belt sg m def||thus adv|
155 (b) [4:41] Uh huh.
156 (a) [4:41] There’s a button here.
|pres exist||dat refl clt||button sg n|
157 (c) [4:42] There are these –
|pres exist||dat refl clt||disc|
158 (a) [4:42] It fastens onto the –
|thus adv||fasten 3sg pres I||dat refl clt||acc refl clt||for|
159 (c) [4:43] – there’s hooks, that fasten.
|and||hook pl f||dat refl clt||pres exist||fasten 3pl pres I||acc refl clt|
160 (a) [4:44] Hooks [like] for clothes, and that’s it.
|hook pl f||for||clothing pl f||and||this sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt|
161 (c) [4:45] And the swinging pendants in back, they have hooks too.
|and||swing pl f def||behind adv||and||nom 3pl||have 3pl pres I||hook pl f|
162 (b) [4:48] And on Easter when they dance, let’s go! And then, and then –
|and||for||for||Easter sg m||when conj||dance 3pl pres I||hort||when||then adv||[…]||then adv|
163 (b) [4:51] there are the mummers, and [some other] mummers: boom! [laughter]
|mummer pl m||mummer pl m||pres exist||boom|
164 (c) [4:53] [laughter]
165 (b) [4:54] [laughter] When we dance –
|when conj||dance 1pl pres I|
166 (a) [4:58] They sing old-time songs. They sing songs.
|sing 3pl pres I||song pl f||old.time pl adj||song pl f||sing 3pl pres I|
167 (b) [4:59] Old-time [songs]
|disc||old.time pl adj|
168 (a) [4:59] Oho!
169 (b) [5:00] That small plain –
|this sg f adj||clearing sg f|
170 (a) [5:02] So many people there were!
|what interr||people sg m||impf exist|
171 (b) [5:02] The good Lord wanted it that way, and it – there were people [all over] –
|grandfather sg m||lord sg m||hold sg m L.part I||and||this sg f adj||this sg n adj||3sg impf cop||people sg m||people pl|
172 (GK) This [place] here …
|this sg n adj||here adv|
173 (c) [5:08] This –
|this sg n adj|
174 (GK) … was this here your dance area?
|dance.area sg n def||interr clt||dat 2pl clt||3sg impf cop||this sg n adj||here adv|
175 (b) [5:10] For “Bozhik” [that is,] for Christmas, they dance here. For Easter,
|for||Christmas sg m||for||Christmas sg f||here adv||dance 3pl pres I||for||Easter sg m|
176 (b) [5:14] at that point it was over there …
|when inter.rel||fut||ost||beyond adv|
177 (a) [5:15] No, it wasn’t [there].
|neg||3sg pres aux clt||sg n L.part cop|
178 (b) [5:17] … on that plain. There’s a big plain over there, there next to the school.
|on||that sg f adj||clearing sg f||and||there adv||pres exist||big sg f adj||clearing sg f||ost||there adv||to||school sg n def|
179 (c) [5:19] No. No! That was the school then. That was the school
|no||no||then adv||3sg impf cop||school sg n||then adv||3sg impf cop||now adv||here adv||school sg n def|
180 (c) [5:22] when they came here.
|when conj||come 3pl pres P||here adv|
181 (a) [5:23] Here, [this is] the oldest –
|here adv||most||old sg n adj|
182 (b) [5:23] [This] here is the dance area.
|here adv||3sg pres cop clt||dance.area sg n def|
183 (a) [5:24] [This] here is the dance area.
|here adv||3sg pres cop clt||dance.area sg n def|
184 (c) [5:25] Back then the school was over there, it was there at –
|then adv||there adv||3sg impf cop||school sg n def||there adv||3sg impf cop||in|
185 (b) [5:26] The women [go out to] dance. [Say] I’ve got a little child
|dance 3pl pres I||woman pl f def||and||[...]||and||[...]||have 1sg pres I||little sg n adj||child sg n|
186 (b) [5:29] and nobody to take care of him for me –
|when conj||pres neg exist||who sg m||comp||dat 1sg clt||acc n 3sg clt||care.for 3sg pres I|
187 (a) [5:31] On [your] back!
|on||back sg m def|
188 (b) [5:31] Stick him [there]! Oh, how I danced back in those days! Snow up to your knees,
|shoulder sg imv P||acc m 3sg clt||dance 1sg impf I||at||that sg n adj||time sg n||nom 1sg||excl||snow sg m||to||knee sg n||hes|
189 (b) [5:37] stomp there with the child on your back – who could you leave him with?
|stamp sg imv I||there adv||and||child sg n def||on||back sg m def||to||which sg m interr||fut||acc n 3sg clt||leave 2sg pres P|
190 (a) [5:40] Well, if [the child] can’t fall asleep any – any other way, and then we –
||otherwise adv||if conj||nom n 3sg||if conj||neg||can 3sg pres||comp||sleep 3sg pres P||and||nom 1pl||thus adv|
191 (a) [5:42] [laughter] if you bounce him around like that …
|when conj||acc n 3sg clt||shake 2sg pres I||and|
192 (b) [5:43] [laughter]
193 (a) [5:44] … he’ll fall asleep. [laughter]
|fut||sleep 3sg pres P|
194 (b) [5:46] Well, what [else] are you going to do [with] him?
|disc||what interr||comp||acc n 3sg clt||do 2sg pres I|
195 (GK) Jumble his head up a little!
|comp||dat n 3sg clt||acc refl clt||mix 3sg pres P||head sg f def|
196 (b) [5:49] [unintelligible] What are you going to do? No sister, I didn’t have a mother either,
|what interr||comp||do 2sg pres I||pres neg exist||neither||sister sg f||not.have 1sg pres I||neither||mother sg f|
197 (b) [5:51] nor did I have a mother-in-law – they’d all died. So – stuff him [on my back],
|not.have 1sg pres I||neither||mother.in.law sg f||die 3pl aor P||all indcl||disc||shoulder sg imv P||acc n 3sg clt|
198 (b) [5:56] and he’ll fall asleep. Take him back home and he’ll sleep. If – if he gets up
|and||fut||sleep 3sg pres P||take.back 3sg imv P||acc n 3sg clt||to.home adv||fut||lie 3sg pres I||if conj||if conj||arise 3sg pres P|
199 (b) [6:00] let him howl in the house [laughter]
|hort||cry 3sg pres I||by||by||home adv|
200 (RA) Hm.
201 (b) [6:03] What are you going to do when –
|what interr||comp||do 2sg pres||when conj|
202 (c) [6:04] Huh.
203 (b) [6:05] When they grew up, the others, the older ones [would] –
||when conj||grow 3pl aor P||other def pl adj||more||for||more||old pl def adj|
204 (b) [6:07] Leave him at home! Someone will take care of him – I’m off to the door …
|leave sg imv P||acc n 3sg clt||at||home adv||hort||acc n 3sg clt||care.for 3sg pres I||nom 1sg||fut||come 1sg pres P||to||door sg f def|
205 (c) [6:12] Wait [a minute], let me bring this little apple and we’ll cut it up.
|wait sg imv I||comp||bring 1sg pres P||some sg n adj||small.apple sg f||comp||chop 1pl pres P|
206 (b) [6:14] … when I feel like dancing. Young – young and pretty …
|dat 1sg||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||dance 3sg pres I||young sg f adj||young sg f adj||pretty sg f adj|
207 (a) [6:17] Ah, back then!
|excl||in||time sg n def|
208 (b) [6:19] … back then, when I hear the drums here, the flutes, the bagpipe, oh! I’d …
|in||time sg n def||when conj||fut||hear 1sg pres P||drum pl m||here adv||whistle pl f def||bagpipe pl f||excl||nom 1sg|
209 (a) [6:26] [I’d] stay home.
|fut||sit 1sg pres I||at.home adv|
210 (b) [6:26] … rush around the room, right, left, sweep it out a bit, and [laughter] run outside!
|room sg f def||to.left adv||to.right adv||sweep sg imv P||acc f 3sg clt||little adv||and||run sg imv I||outside adv|
211 (GK) [laughter]
212 (a) [6:30] [laughter]
213 (GK) [laughter] Run out to the dance!
|run sg imv I||to||round.dance sg n def|
214 (b) [6:32] Run out to the dance. Well, what [else]? There’s no dance tomorrow!
|run sg imv I||to||round.dance sg n def||disc||how interr||tomorrow adv||pres neg exist||round.dance sg n|
215 (GK) [laughter]
216 (b) [6:37] [laughter] What – What can I tell you? That’s what it was.
|what interr||what interr||comp||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres P||this sg n adj||3sg impf cop|
217 (GK) [cough]
218 (b) [6:40] Now – now I’m – seventy-eight years old, and when I hear
|now adv||now adv||1sg pres cop clt||at||seven||seventy||and||eight||year pl f||when conj||fut||hear 1sg pres P|
219 (b) [6:45] the flutes, well, I feel like dancing again. Once again I feel like dancing.
|whistle pl f||and||and||again adv||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||dance 3sg pres I||again adv||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||dance 3sg pres I|
220 (b) [6:49] Maybe they could drag even me out [to dance] now! [laughter]
|can pres imprs||fut||acc 1sg clt||drag 3pl pres I||there adv||dat 1sg||acc 1sg clt|
221 (b) [6:53] But no. There’s no dancing [like that] any more.
|but||no||pres neg exist||round.dance sg n||now adv||already adv|
222 (b) [6:56] No. Now all they want is arguments, just arguments. People fight
|no||now adv||argument pl f||give sg imv P||now adv||argument pl f||quarrel 3pl pres I||acc refl clt|
223 (b) [6:59] and I don’t even know what they’re fighting about. It’s bad.
|what interr||acc refl clt||quarrel 3pl pres I||and||nom 1sg||neg||know 1sg pres I||bad adv|