Kruševo 1

1 (RA)       Until snow [comes]?

to
snow sg m def

2 (a) [0:02]      … until the snow [comes]. It’s close. There’s rain already over there,

to
snow sg m def close adv
dat refl clt
there adv rain sg m already adv

3 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

4 (a) [0:05]      and a bit ago it froze.

after time sg n
disc
dat refl clt
acc refl clt
freeze 3sg aor P

5 (RA)       Mmhm.

bkch

6 (a) [0:08]      So I dug those out. We went to plow the garden,

and
acc 3pl clt
take.out 1sg aor P that pl dist adj go 1pl aor P
comp
plow 1pl pres I garden sg f def

7 (a) [0:11]      to get it ready,

thus med adv
for
comp
acc f 3sg clt
prepare 1pl pres I

8 (RA)       Yeah –

bkch

9 (a) [0:14]      And I said, “Wait, first I’ll dig the potatoes out,

and
nom 1sg
say 1sg pres I wait sg imv I
nom 1sg
before adv
comp
bring.out 1sg pres P potato pl m def

10 (a) [0:16]      for our [family],” I said, “and then we’ll – we’ll plow [the field] up.”

for
our sg m def adj say 1sg pres I then adv fut
acc 3pl clt
fut
acc f 3sg clt
plow 1pl pres P

11 (a) [0:19]      I dug out the potatoes out, but these – there was old woman up there,

bring.out 1sg aor P potato pl f def but this pl med adj
and
above adv exist impf one sg f adj grandmother sg f

12 (a) [0:25]      Granny Blagovitsa.

grandmother sg f Blagovitsa sg f name

13 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

14 (a) [0:27]      And she said to me, “Asibe!”

say 3sg pres I
to
acc 1sg Asibe sg f name

15 (RA)       Uh huh.

bkch

16 (a) [0:29]      “Bring me some of these potatoes too,” she said. “Bring [some]

bring sg imv P
and
to
acc 1sg say 3sg pres I
from
this pl med adj potato pl f say 3sg pres I bring sg imv P

17 (a) [0:32]      so I can taste them” and see [how they are] now.”

comp
acc 3pl clt
taste 1sg pres P
comp
see 1sg pres P
now adv

18 (b) [0:33]      She used to live alone, but talks a lot.

nom 3sg alone adv
dat refl clt
live 3sg impf I but much adv narrate 3sg pres I nom 3sg

19 (b) [0:36]      She’s gotten ill, though, since [she came to live] in town.

but take.ill 3sg aor P
acc refl clt
since conj
3sg pres cop clt
in
city sg m def

20 (RA)       Uh huh.

bkch

21 (b) [0:38]      [She’s] on welfare.

on
social pl adj care pl f

22 (RA)       Huh!

disc

23 (b) [0:41]      They’ve got that in town,

in
city sg m def pres exist
and

24 (RA)       Yes?

disc

25 (b) [0:42]      and that’s [where] she lives [now].

and
there adv live 3sg pres I

26 (a) [0:43]      Ah, I tell you, Roni, I tell you this [thing]. [You’ve got] one mother

this sg n med adj say 1sg pres Roni sg f name this sg n med adj say 1sg pres I
[...]
one sg f adj mother sg f

27 (a) [0:48]      [who] has raised up seven sons. And now [these] seven sons

seven son ct m
3sg pres aux clt
raise sg f L.part P
hes
seven son ct m

28 (a) [0:50]      can’t look after [this] one mother! [Instead], they turned her over

one sg f adj mother sg f neg can pres imprs
comp
look 3pl pres I drive.off 3pl aor P
acc f 3sg clt

29 (a) [0:55]      to welfare to [make other] people look after her.

to
social pl adj care pl f
comp
acc f 3sg clt
look 3pl pres I people pl def

30 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

31 (a) [0:58]      And these three, [or however many] of them, couldn’t …

and
nom 3pl m def an.num
hes
nom 3pl all pl def
neg
can 3pl impf I

32 (b) [1:01]      Six. [She] has six sons.

six six son ct m have 3sg pres I

33 (a) [1:02]      … be of service to one mother. Six sons!

to
one sg f adj mother sg f
comp
do 3pl pres I service sg m six son ct m

34 (a) [1:06]      (to daughter): Was it six or seven?

six
interr clt
3pl pres cop clt
seven
interr clt
3pl pres cop clt

35 (b) [1:08]      Six.

six

36 (a) [1:08]      And so this woman, [some]one [named] Lenka, came to our door

hes
hes
and
this sg f med adj woman sg f one sg f adj Lenka sg f name come 3sg aor P before our sg f def adj doorway sg f

37 (a) [1:13]      to say – [And] I said, “Sister Lenka, what’s happening [with] Granny? What’s she doing?”

and
say 3sg pres I say 1sg pres I older.sister voc sg f Lenka voc sg f name what sg n interr happen 3sg pres I grandmother sg f def what sg n interr do 3sg pres I

38 (RA)       Umhm.

bkch

39 (a) [1:18]      After all, she’s my neighbor. She [would] say to me, “Oh, Asibe,

nom f 3sg because
to
acc 1sg neighbor sg f say 3sg pres I
to
acc 1sg Asibe sg f name
disc

40 (a) [1:20]      I like you so much! Come to my house to sit [and chat] for a bit.”

much adv
dat refl clt
acc 2sg clt
caress 1sg pres I come sg impf I
by
acc 1sg
comp
dat refl clt
sit.awhile 2sg pres I

41 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

42 (a) [1:24]      She talked in this high-pitched voice. “Come over,” she said, “to my place

one sg n adj
as
in
thin adv converse 3sg impf I come sg imv P say 3sg pres P
by
acc 1sg

43 (a) [1:26]      and let’s –”. She was a healer. Lots of people from all over

comp
dat refl clt
nom f 3sg 3sg impf cop sorceress sg f many adv from.everywhere adv from.everywhere adv

44 (a) [1:31]      would come here just to see her, to have her bless them and cast spells.

only adv come 3pl impf I here adv
by
acc f 3sg
comp
dat 3pl clt
bless 3sg pres I
comp
dat 3pl clt
chant 3sg pres I thus med adv

45 (b) [1:35]      Children get a bit scared that she’ll …

something sg n child pl n def frighten 3pl pres P
acc refl clt
nom f 3sg
dat 3pl clt

46 (RA)       Yeah.

disc

47 (b) [1:39]      … do something to them.

something sg n
dat 3pl clt
do 3sg pres I

48 (RA)       Yeah – yeah.

disc

49 (a) [1:40]      [So] she would bless them and do these granny-like things. So now I say –

bless 3sg impf I
dat 3pl clt
do.such 3sg pres P like grandmother's pl adj thing pl f
dat refl clt
and
say 1sg pres I now adv

50 (a) [1:46]      She, I – they’d come to the garden and gathered tomatoes. There were a lot [then];

and
nom f 3sg nom 1sg in
garden sg f def enter pl L.part P gather pl L.part I tomato pl m exist impf many adv

51 (a) [1:50]      this year there’s a drought but in those years there were a lot of tomatoes –

this sg f prox adj year sg f drought sg f but that pl dist adj year pl f exist impf tomato pl n

52 (RA)       Mmm.

bkch

53 (a) [1:53]      so I say, “How about I gather up the nicest ones?” and she says –

now adv
fut
dat f 3sg clt
gather 1sg pres I most nice pl def adj interr nom f 3sg say 3sg pres I

54 (RA)       Hah.

bkch

55 (a) [1:55]      I say, “Granny, do you want some?” “Oh, bring me [some]!” So I’ll gather up

say 1sg pres I grandmother voc sg f want 2sg pres I
interr clt
bring sg imv P
dat 1sg clt
fut
gather 1sg pres P

56 (a) [1:58]      the nicest ones in my apron and I’ll take them to her. “May you live in health!

most nice pl def adj
in
apron sg f def
fut
dat f 3sg clt
take 1sg pres P
comp
2sg pres cop clt
healthy sg f adj
and
alive sg f adj

57 (a) [2:02]      I like you very much!” (Ah, you’re recording me…) – that’s how she talked to me.

much adv
dat refl clt
acc 2sg clt
caress 1sg pres I
nom 2sg
dat refl clt
acc 1sg clt
record 2sg pres I thus med adv
dat 1sg clt
say 3sg impf I

58 (a) [2:06]      And now, before she comes I’ll make some milk, some curds, whatever food I make,

and
now adv
until come 3sg pres I milk sg n curds sg f
fut
make 1sg pres P what sg n interr make 1sg pres P food sg n

59 (a) [2:11]      I’ll take it up to her too. And we’re very close. She says,

fut
dat f 3sg clt
take 1sg pres P
and
to
acc f 3sg very adv
dat refl clt
acc refl clt
have 1pl pres say 3sg pres I

60 (a) [2:14]      “I like you a lot. Come and let’s chat, also about daughters-in-law,

much adv
acc 2sg clt
caress 1sg pres I come 3sg imv I
comp
dat refl clt
converse.awhile 1pl pres I
and
for
daughter.in.law pl f def

61 (a) [2:18]      because they’re always quarrelling.” I’m not telling you this to make –

always adv
dat refl clt
acc refl clt
quarrel 3sg pres I interr
nom 1sg
neg
dat 2pl clt
say 1sg pres I
comp
acc refl clt
make 1sg pres I

62 (a) [2:22]      to provoke a quarrel. There are some women who hear [something] from one

comp
make 1sg pres I argument sg f some pl adj woman pl f pres exist
from
acc f 3sg
acc n 3sg clt
take 3sg pres P

63 (a) [2:26]      and pass it on to another [unintelligible]

to
acc f 3sg
acc n 3sg clt
give 3sg aor I

64 (RA)       Uh huh.

bkch

65 (a) [2:27]      She never said anything at all.

nothing sg n
neg
say 3sg impf I

66 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

67 (a) [2:28]      Not at all. Let them quarrel, if they’re going to quarrel [anyway]. Like a mother-in-law.

nothing sg n
and
comp
dat refl clt
acc refl clt
quarrel 3sg pres P
fut
acc refl clt
quarrel 3sg pres P interr like mother.in.law sg f

68 (a) [2:35]      Now Lenka says – Then I say to Lenka, “Sister Lenka, what’s happening

and
now adv
hes
there adv
and
say 3sg pres I Lenka sg f name say 3sg pres I older.sister voc sg f Lenka voc sg f name what sg n interr become 3sg pres I

69 (a) [2:38]      with the old lady, is she O.K.?” And she says, “Oh, she’s fine,”

with
grandmother sg f def fine adv
interr clt
3sg pres cop clt
and
nom f 3sg say 3sg pres I disc nom f 3sg
3sg pres cop clt
well adv

70 (a) [2:43]      she says. “She’s fine.” And I say “Why? Because you’re looking after her?”

say 3sg pres I well adv
3sg pres cop clt
say 1sg pres I why interr
nom 2sg
interr clt
acc f 3sg clt
look 2sg pres I

71 (RA)       Hmm.

disc

72 (a) [2:47]      And then she says, “Oh, everybody,” she says.” And I say, “Has she gotten a bit better?

and
nom f 3sg say 3sg pres I
excl
all pl say 3sg pres I say 1sg pres I recover 3sg aor P
interr clt
acc refl clt
little adv

73 (a) [2:54]      She was really wasted and faded.”

3sg impf cop very adv waste sg f P.part P
and
dry.out sg f L.part P

74 (b) [2:57]      [unintelligible]

75 (a) [2:57]      “Oh, now she’s better,” she said. But –

nom 3sg now adv
acc refl clt
recover 3sg aor say 3sg pres I disc

76 (b) [2:59]      How old is that old lady? Ninety-three?

how.many interr year pl f ninety
and
three year pl f
3sg pres cop clt
this sg f med adj grandmother sg f

77 (a) [3:01]      Ninety-three, but otherwise very sharp.

ninety
and
three year pl f but otherwise adv
3sg pres cop clt
very adv intelligent sg f adj

78 (RA)       Uh huh.

bkch

79 (a) [3:05]      She hasn’t forgotten anything.

nothing sg n
neg
dat refl clt
3sg pres aux clt
forget sg f L.part

80 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

81 (a) [3:07]      No problem with her mind. Her head is the same,

nothing sg n
neg
acc refl clt
3sg pres aux clt
forget sg f L.part head sg f def
dat refl clt
3sg pres cop clt
same sg f def adj

82 (a) [3:09]      her mind is the same.

mind sg m def
dat refl clt
3sg pres cop clt
same sg m def adj

83 (RA)       [Her] mind all [in place].

all adv
mind sg m

84 (a) [3:11]      [She’s got] the same mind, she talks [fine].

same sg m def adj mind sg m def
dat refl clt
dat f 3sg clt
3sg pres cop clt
talk 3sg pres I
dat refl clt

85 (a) [3:14]      She even remembers more than I do.

even adv
more
remember 3sg pres I
and
from
acc 1sg

86 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

87 (a) [3:16]      And she says –

and
say 3sg pres I

88 (b) [3:19]      [She] only [watches] television, round the clock.

only adv day.and.night adv before television sg f def

89 (a) [3:21]      She says –

[...]

90 (RA)       Really?

thus adv
interr clt

91 (a) [3:22]      “Who’s looking after her, sister Lenko?” And she says,

who sg m interr
acc f 3sg clt
look 3sg pres I who sg m interr
acc f 3sg clt
look 3sg pres older.sister voc sg f Lenka voc sg f name
and
nom f 3sg say 3sg pres I

92 (a) [3:26]      “They – her food is insured,” she says. “Welfare.” “But how is that?”

nom 3pl
dat f 3sg clt
insure sg f P.part P dat f 3sg food sg n say 3sg pres I social pl adj care pl f
disc
how interr

93 (a) [3:32]      “Well, from her pension. They take out five hundred, and

disc
from
pension sg f def five hundred pl f
dat f 3sg clt
stop 3sg pres I

94 (a) [3:35]      give [the remaining] four hundred to her,” she says.

four hundred pl f
dat f 3sg clt
give 3pl pres I say 3sg pres P

95 (RA)       But that’s little.

but
and
little adv

96 (a) [3:40]      So they take out five hundred and give four hundred to her.

disc
five hundred pl f stop 3pl pres I four hundred pl f
dat f 3sg clt
give 3pl pres I
to
acc f 3sg
dat refl clt

97 (a) [3:44]      “Well,” I say, “Haven’t we come upon nice times?” I say.

nom 1sg
say 1sg pres I
excl
disc emerge sg n L.part P nice sg n adj time sg n say 1sg pres I

98 (a) [3:46]      "Since it’s like that, I too,” I say, “will eat and drink,

since conj thus med adv
and
nom 1sg say 1sg pres I now adv fut eat 1sg pres I fut drink 1sg pres I

99 (a) [3:49]      [and] when I get old,” I say, “I’ll go on welfare too.

become 1sg pres P
interr clt
old sg f adj say 1sg pres I
and
nom 1sg
fut go 1sg pres P
for
social pl adj care pl f

100 (a) [3:52]      I won’t have a house [but if] I pay four hundred levs for housing, and

fut neg
comp
have 1sg pres I house sg f four.hundred lev ct m fut give 1sg pres I
for
lodging sg f

101 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

102 (a) [3:56]      … five hundred for them to feed me, then I’ll live …

five hundred pl f
comp
acc 1sg clt
feed 3pl pres I
and
fut live 1sg pres I

103 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

104 (a) [3:59]      … there!” I’ll make fun of her – I’ll make fun of Lenka!

there adv joke sg m
acc f 3sg
grasp 1sg pres I grasp 1sg pres I
acc f 3sg
to
joke sg m Lenka sg f name

105 (a) [4:03]      Why did they put her on welfare? Why don’t they cook for her?

why interr
acc f 3sg clt
3pl pres aux clt
give pl L.part P
to
social pl adj care pl f why interr
neg
dat refl clt
dat f 3sg clt
cook 3pl pres I nom 3pl

106 (a) [4:07]      “She’s better off there,” she says. “They feed [them] and she got better,” she says.

there adv
dat f 3sg clt
3sg pres cop clt
more
nice adv say 3sg pres I feed 3pl pres I
and
acc refl clt
recover sg f L.part P say 3sg pres I

107 (RA)       Hm.

bkch

108 (a) [4:11]      “She got better, and she could [just] leave.”

recover sg f L.part P
acc refl clt
and
now adv fut
dat refl clt
go 3sg pres I

109 (b) [4:13]      Because they are all misers and they aren’t going to give anything [for her].

because
nom 3pl
3pl pres cop clt
dat refl clt
all miser pl m fut neg nothing sg n
comp
dat f 3sg clt
give 3pl pres P

110 (a) [4:16]      Because they won’t cook for her! Her sons see that their wives –

because fut neg
comp
dat f 3sg clt
cook 3pl pres I son pl m def see 3pl pres I that conj wife pl f def
dat 3pl clt

111 (a) [4:18]      they can’t even look after their husbands,

nom 3pl
for
acc 3pl
neg
can pres imprs
comp
dat refl clt
keep.house 3pl pres P
for
man pl m def

112 (a) [4:21]      much less put aside some plates [of food] for the old woman!

and
fut separate 3pl pres P plate pl f
and
for
old sg f def adj interr

113 (RA)       Hmm.

bkch

114 (a) [4:25]      And now she says she’s fine.

and
now adv
dat f 3sg clt
3sg pres cop clt
fine adv say 3sg pres

115 (RA)       So, she likes it better.

mean 3sg pres I
more
like 3sg pres I

116 (a) [4:28]      She likes it better.

more
like 3sg pres I

         Until snow [comes]?


         … until the snow [comes]. It’s close. There’s rain already over there,


         Hm.


         and a bit ago it froze.


         Mmhm.


         So I dug those out. We went to plow the garden,


         Yeah –


         And I said, “Wait, first I’ll dig the potatoes out,


         for our [family],” I said, “and then we’ll – we’ll plow [the field] up.”


         I dug out the potatoes out, but these – there was old woman up there,


         Granny Blagovitsa.


         Hm.


         And she said to me, “Asibe!”


         Uh huh.


         “Bring me some of these potatoes too,” she said. “Bring [some]


         so I can taste them” and see [how they are] now.”


         She used to live alone, but talks a lot.


         She’s gotten ill, though, since [she came to live] in town.


         Uh huh.


         [She’s] on welfare.


         Huh!


         They’ve got that in town,


         Yes?


         and that’s [where] she lives [now].


         Ah, I tell you, Roni, I tell you this [thing]. [You’ve got] one mother


         [who] has raised up seven sons. And now [these] seven sons


         can’t look after [this] one mother! [Instead], they turned her over


         to welfare to [make other] people look after her.


         Hm.


         And these three, [or however many] of them, couldn’t …


         Six. [She] has six sons.


         … be of service to one mother. Six sons!


         (to daughter): Was it six or seven?


         Six.


         And so this woman, [some]one [named] Lenka, came to our door


         to say – [And] I said, “Sister Lenka, what’s happening [with] Granny? What’s she doing?”


         Umhm.


         After all, she’s my neighbor. She [would] say to me, “Oh, Asibe,


         I like you so much! Come to my house to sit [and chat] for a bit.”


         Hm.


         She talked in this high-pitched voice. “Come over,” she said, “to my place


         and let’s –”. She was a healer. Lots of people from all over


         would come here just to see her, to have her bless them and cast spells.


         Children get a bit scared that she’ll …


         Yeah.


         … do something to them.


         Yeah – yeah.


         [So] she would bless them and do these granny-like things. So now I say –


         She, I – they’d come to the garden and gathered tomatoes. There were a lot [then];


         this year there’s a drought but in those years there were a lot of tomatoes –


         Mmm.


         so I say, “How about I gather up the nicest ones?” and she says –


         Hah.


         I say, “Granny, do you want some?” “Oh, bring me [some]!” So I’ll gather up


         the nicest ones in my apron and I’ll take them to her. “May you live in health!


         I like you very much!” (Ah, you’re recording me…) – that’s how she talked to me.


         And now, before she comes I’ll make some milk, some curds, whatever food I make,


         I’ll take it up to her too. And we’re very close. She says,


         “I like you a lot. Come and let’s chat, also about daughters-in-law,


          because they’re always quarrelling.” I’m not telling you this to make –


         to provoke a quarrel. There are some women who hear [something] from one


         and pass it on to another [unintelligible]


         Uh huh.


         She never said anything at all.


         Hm.


         Not at all. Let them quarrel, if they’re going to quarrel [anyway]. Like a mother-in-law.


         Now Lenka says – Then I say to Lenka, “Sister Lenka, what’s happening


         with the old lady, is she O.K.?” And she says, “Oh, she’s fine,”


         she says. “She’s fine.” And I say “Why? Because you’re looking after her?”


         Hmm.


         And then she says, “Oh, everybody,” she says.” And I say, “Has she gotten a bit better?


         She was really wasted and faded.”


         [unintelligible]


         “Oh, now she’s better,” she said. But –


         Ninety-three, but otherwise very sharp.


         Uh huh.


         She hasn’t forgotten anything.


         Hm.


         No problem with her mind. Her head is the same,


         her mind is the same.


         [Her] mind all [in place].


         [She’s got] the same mind, she talks [fine].


         She even remembers more than I do.


         Hm.


         And she says –


         [She] only [watches] television, round the clock.


         She says –


         Really?


         “Who’s looking after her, sister Lenko?” And she says,


         “They – her food is insured,” she says. “Welfare.” “But how is that?”


         “Well, from her pension. They take out five hundred, and


         give [the remaining] four hundred to her,” she says.


         But that’s little.


         So they take out five hundred and give four hundred to her.


         “Well,” I say, “Haven’t we come upon nice times?” I say.


         "Since it’s like that, I too,” I say, “will eat and drink,


         [and] when I get old,” I say, “I’ll go on welfare too.


         I won’t have a house [but if] I pay four hundred levs for housing, and


         Hm.


         … five hundred for them to feed me, then I’ll live …


         Hm.


          … there!” I’ll make fun of her – I’ll make fun of Lenka!


         Why did they put her on welfare? Why don’t they cook for her?


         “She’s better off there,” she says. “They feed [them] and she got better,” she says.


         Hm.


         “She got better, and she could [just] leave.”


         Because they are all misers and they aren’t going to give anything [for her].


         Because they won’t cook for her! Her sons see that their wives –


         they can’t even look after their husbands,


         much less put aside some plates [of food] for the old woman!


         Hmm.


         And now she says she’s fine.


         So, she likes it better.


         She likes it better.


1 (RA)       до снѐгə

2 (a) [0:02]       ду снегъ̀ блѝзу си та̀м до̀ш’ вѐк’е

3 (RA)       мм

4 (a) [0:05]       слет вр’ѐме сѝ сə зəмъ̀рзнə

5 (RA)       əмhəм

6 (a) [0:08]       и ги иска̀рəф о̀нзи утѝдəме дə ур’ѐм грəдѝнкəтə

7 (a) [0:11]       тəка̀ зə дə йə пудго̀т’ува̀ме

8 (RA)       йа̀ə

9 (a) [0:14]       и йа̀ ду̀мəм чѐкəй йа̀ пиш’ѝн дə ѝскəра̀м кумпѝрету

10 (a) [0:16]       нə на̀ш’ийə ду̀мəм туга̀вə ш’ə ги ш’е йə изурѐме

11 (a) [0:19]       иска̀рəф кəрто̀фкит’е əми тѝə тə изго̀ре има̀ш’е една̀ ба̀бə

12 (a) [0:25]       ба̀бə бла̀гувѝцə

13 (RA)       əм

14 (a) [0:27]       ду̀мə нə мѐне əсиб’ѐ

15 (RA)       əмhəм

16 (a) [0:29]       до̀неси и нə мѐне ка̀звə ут тѝйə кəрто̀фки ка̀зва до̀неси

17 (a) [0:32]       дə ги о̀куса̀м дə вѝдим са̀

18 (b) [0:33]       т’а̀ самѝ си ж’ивѐеш’е əмə мно̀го рəзка̀звə т’а̀

19 (b) [0:36]       əмə рəзбул’а̀ сə утка̀кту е в грəдъ̀

20 (RA)       əhə

21 (b) [0:38]       нə суциа̀лни грѝж’и

22 (RA)       hə

23 (b) [0:41]       в грəдъ̀ ѝмə и

24 (RA)       да̀

25 (b) [0:42]       и та̀м ж’ивѐе

26 (a) [0:43]       тва̀ ду̀мəм ро̀н’е тва̀ ду̀мəм де əдна̀ ма̀йкə

27 (a) [0:48]       с’ѐд’ем сѝнə е изгл’ѐдəлə ə с’ѐд’ем сѝнə

28 (a) [0:50]       əдна̀ ма̀йкə н’е мо̀ж’ дə гл’ѐдəт утка̀рəа̀ йə

29 (a) [0:55]       нə суциа̀л’н’и грѝж’и дə йə гл’ѐдəт о̀рəтə

30 (RA)       əм

31 (a) [0:58]       а т’ѐ труѝцəтə ə т’ѐ сѝч’китѐ не муж’ѐə

32 (b) [1:01]       ш’ѐс ш’ѐс сѝнə ѝмə

33 (a) [1:02]       нə əдна̀ ма̀йкə дə пра̀в’əт изм’ѐт’ ш’ѐс сѝнə

34 (a) [1:06]       (на дъщеря си) ш’ѐс ли сə с’ѐд’ем лѝ сə

35 (b) [1:08]       шѐс

36 (a) [1:08]       əм əм и та̀ə ж’ена̀ əна л’ѐнкə до̀йде пред на̀штə по̀ртə

37 (a) [1:13]       и ка̀звə ду̀мəм ка̀ко л’ѐнко кəкво̀ ста̀вə ба̀бəтə кəко̀ пра̀и

38 (RA)       əмhəм

39 (a) [1:18]       т’а̀ ўо̀т нə м’ѐне кумш’ѝкə ду̀мə нə мѐне əсиб’ѐ е

40 (a) [1:20]       мно̀гу си те милу̀вəм дува̀дəй при м’ѐн дə си пусед’а̀вəш

41 (RA)       əм

42 (a) [1:24]       но̀ кəт нə тѐничку прика̀звəше йа̀лə ка̀е при м’ѐн

43 (a) [1:26]       дə си т’а̀ б’ѐше бəйа̀чка мло̀гу утс’ѐкəде утс’ѐкəде

44 (a) [1:31]       сəд’ѐ дува̀дəə ту̀к при нѐйə дə ми публəж’е̂̀вə дə ми пуба̀йвə тəка̀

45 (b) [1:35]       нѐшто деца̀та испла̀шəт сə т’а̀ им

46 (RA)       йа̀ə

47 (b) [1:39]       нѐшто им пра̀и

48 (RA)       йае йае

49 (a) [1:40]       публəж’е̂̀вəшѐ ми путəко̀вə кəту ба̀бинцки ра̀бутѝ си и ду̀мəм с’а̀

50 (a) [1:46]       и т’а̀ йа̀с вəв грəдѝнəтə фл’ѐзəли б’ѐрəли дума̀ти има̀ш’е мло̀гу

51 (a) [1:50]       са̀ə гудѝнə су̀шə əмə нѐе гудѝни има̀ше дума̀тчетə

52 (RA)       əмhəм əмhəм

53 (a) [1:53]       сѐ ше избѝрəм на̀й у̀бəфкѝте нəли т’а̀ ду̀мə

54 (RA)       hə

55 (a) [1:55]       ду̀м ба̀бо ѝскəш’ ли до̀несѝ ми ше ѝзберə

56 (a) [1:58]       на̀й у̀бəфкѝте ф пр’естѝлкəтə ше и о̀днесə дə си здра̀вə и жѝвə

57 (a) [2:02]       мно̀гу си те мило̀вəм тѝ си мə зəпѝсува̀ш тəка̀ ми ду̀мəш’е

58 (a) [2:06]       и са̀ дудѐ ѝди мл’ѐч’ице изва̀ричкə ше на̀прəə кəко̀ на̀прəвə йа̀денце

59 (a) [2:11]       ше и о̀днеса̀м и нə нѐйə мло̀гу си сə ѝмəме ду̀мə

60 (a) [2:14]       мло̀гу те мило̀вəм два̀дəй дə си пуприка̀звəме и зə снаѝте

61 (a) [2:18]       лу̀ си сə увѝквə нəлѝ йа̀ н вѝ ка̀звəм дə сə пра̀в’ə

62 (a) [2:22]       дə пра̀в’ə кра̀мулə нѐкви ж’ѐни ѝмə уд нѐйə гу зѐме

63 (a) [2:26]       нə на̀ə гу дəйа̀ [неразбрано]

64 (RA)       əмhəм

65 (a) [2:27]       нѝшту не ду̀мəше

66 (RA)       hм

67 (a) [2:28]       нѝшту пə дə сѝ сə увѝкə ше сə увѝкə нəлѝ кəт св’ѐкəрвə

68 (a) [2:35]       и с’а̀ ə та̀м и ду̀ма л’ѐнкə ду̀мə ка̀ко л’ѐнко кəкво̀ ста̀вə

69 (a) [2:38]       з ба̀бəтə у̀бəфкѐ ли е и т’а̀ ка̀звə əми т’а̀ е дубрѐ

70 (a) [2:43]       ка̀ə дубрѐ е ду̀мəм ўо̀ти тѝ ли йə гл’ѐдəш

71 (RA)       hм

72 (a) [2:47]       пə т’а̀ ка̀звə а̀ сѝч’ки ка̀звə ду̀мəм пуупра̀ви лѝ сə ма̀лку

73 (a) [2:54]       б’ѐше мло̀гу рəсѝпəнкə и зəсо̀hнəла

74 (b) [2:57]       [неразбрано]

75 (a) [2:57]       т’а̀ с’а̀ сə упра̀ви ка̀звə əми

76 (b) [2:59]       ко̀лко гуд’ѝни д’евед’есѐ и трѝ гуд’ѝни е та̀ə ба̀бə

77 (a) [3:01]       д’еведес’ѐ и трѝ гудѝни əмə ѝнəч’ѐ е мно̀гу у̀мнə

78 (RA)       əмhм

79 (a) [3:05]       нѝшту не сѝ е изумѝлə

80 (RA)       əм

81 (a) [3:07]       нѝшто не со̀ е изумѝлə глəво̀тə си е съ̀штəта̀

82 (a) [3:09]       əкъ̀лə си е съ̀штийə

83 (RA)       сѐ акъ̀л

84 (a) [3:11]       съ̀штийə əко̀л си ѝ е прика̀звə си

85 (a) [3:14]       да̀ж’е по̀ по̀вни и уд м’ѐне

86 (RA)       əм

87 (a) [3:16]       и ду̀ма

88 (b) [3:19]       са̀мо д’еноно̀шно прет телевѝзийəтə

89 (a) [3:21]       ду̀м

91 (a) [3:22]       ко̀й ə гл’ѐдə ко̀й йə гл’едə ка̀ко л’ѐнко пə т’а̀ ка̀звə

92 (a) [3:26]       т’ѐ и путсигур’ѐнə н’ѐи йа̀дене ка̀звə суц’ал’ни грѝж’и ми ка̀к

93 (a) [3:32]       əми ут п’ѐнцийа̀тə п’ѐт стутѝни и спѝрəт

94 (a) [3:35]       ч’ѐтири стутѝни и да̀вəт ка̀е

95 (RA)       а̀ма и ма̀лко

96 (a) [3:40]       а̀ пѐт стутѝни спѝрəт ч’ѐтири стутѝни и да̀вəт нə нѐи си

97 (a) [3:44]       йа̀ ду̀м ѐ əмə изл’ѐлу у̀бəву вр’ѐме ду̀мəм

98 (a) [3:46]       што̀м тəка̀ и йа̀з ду̀мəм с’а̀ ш’е йа̀м ш’е пѝйə

99 (a) [3:49]       ста̀нə ли ста̀рə ду̀мəм и йа̀ ш’ ѝдə зə суц’а̀л’ни грѝж’и

100 (a) [3:52]       н’ѐмə дə ѝмəм ко̀штə ч’ѐтиристо̀тин л’ѐвə ш’е да̀ам зə квəртѝрə

101 (RA)       м

102 (a) [3:56]       п’ѐт стутѝни дə мə ра̀н’əт и ш’е ж’ѝв’ə

103 (RA)       м

104 (a) [3:59]       та̀мкəнə мəйта̀п йа фа̀тəм фа̀тəм йа нə мəйта̀п л’ѐнка

105 (a) [4:03]       о̀ти йə сə да̀ли нə суц’а̀л’ни грижи ўо̀т не сѝ и го̀тв’əт т’ѐ

106 (a) [4:07]       та̀м и е по̀ уба̀ву ка̀звə ра̀н’əт и сə упра̀вилə ка̀звə

107 (RA)       əм

108 (a) [4:11]       упра̀вила̀ сə и сеа̀ шə си о̀ткə

109 (b) [4:13]       о̀т тѐ сə си с’ѐ скръ̀нѕи н’ѐмə нѝшту дə и дəдъ̀т

110 (a) [4:16]       ўо̀т н’ѐмə дə и го̀тв’əт сѝнувѐт’у вѝд’ува̀т ч’е ж’ѐнитѐ ми

111 (a) [4:18]       т’е зə т’еh не мо̀ж дə си нəгуд’о̀т зə мəж’ѐту

112 (a) [4:21]       тə ш’е уддел’о̀т ч’инѝи и зə ста̀рəтə нəлѝ

113 (RA)       əм

114 (a) [4:25]       пə са̀ə и е у̀бəву ка̀звə

115 (RA)       зна̀чи по̀ обѝча

116 (a) [4:28]       по̀ обѝч’ə

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Recommended Model for Citations

Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)
Babjak 1: 13-15. In: Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)

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