1 (a) [0:00] I got married at thirty-five, at five – [ah], yes, [it was in]
|marry 1sg aor P||acc refl clt||at||thirty||and||five||year pl f||and||[...]||hes||[...]||yes|
2 (a) [0:05] ‘35 – [no, in] ‘34 [that] I got married. In ‘35
|thirty||and||fifth sg f adj||[...]||fourth sg f adj||year sg f||acc refl clt||marry 1sg aor P||thirty||fifth sg f adj||year sg f|
3 (a) [0:08] I gave birth to my first daughter. I gave birth to the second one in ‘40.
|bear 1sg aor P||first sg f def med adj||daughter sg f||second sg f def med adj||bear 1sg aor P||[ … ]||fortieth sg f adj||year sg f|
4 (a) [0:14] I have two daughters. They are married, both of them took boys from the village [here].
|two f||daughter pl f||have 1sg pres I||marry pl P.part I||3pl pres cop clt||and||two f def med||from||village sg n||dat refl clt||lead 3pl pres I||boy pl n|
5 (a) [0:21] I was widowed at the age of thirty-five.
|remain sg f L.part P||1sg pres aux clt||widow sg f||at||thirty||and||five||year pl f|
6 (a) [0:27] And [then] I went about the hills [working]. I dug, I reaped, I threshed, I carried wood.
|and||go sg f L.part I||1sg pres aux clt||around||hill sg m def||dig sg f L.part I||reap sg f L.part I||thresh sg f L.part I||wood pl n||drive sg f L.part I|
7 (a) [0:35] I went [to work] for others – to thresh, to carry wood for them, to bring in hay for them,
|foreign dat pl adj||1sg pres aux clt||go sg f L.part I||comp||thresh 1pl pres I||comp||dat 3pl clt||drive 1sg pres I||wood pl n||comp||dat 3pl clt||drive 1sg pres I||hay sg n|
8 (a) [0:39] to cart around fertilizer for them – and I’ve done work for others till now,
|comp||dat 3pl clt||drive 1sg pres I||manure sg m def med||and||with||foreign sg f adj||work sg f||1sg pres aux clt||pass sg L.part P||to||now adv|
9 (a) [0:45] up to the current years. Now I am seventy-four, and
|to||this pl prox adj||year pl f||now adv||1sg pres cop clt||at||seventy||and||four||year pl f||and|
10 (a) [0:50] I go out regularly. I go out with – I had [this] sweet little mule.
|and||go 1sg pres I||regularly adv||go 1sg pres I||with||one sg n adj||mule sg n||small sg n adj||have 1sg impf I|
11 (a) [0:54] I used to thresh everywhere with him, my son. I went everywhere,
|with||acc n 3sg||everywhere adv||boy adrs||thresh 1sg impf I||everywhere adv||go 1sg impf I|
12 (a) [0:57] everyone offered me [work], but paid by the day, to survive.
|all pl||acc 1sg clt||call 3pl impf I||but||for||day.wages sg m||for||life sg m|
14 (a) [1:01] I want them to pay me a lev or two, I’m waiting for them to give me a lev or two.
|want 1sg pres I||comp||dat 1sg clt||pay 3pl pres P||some sg m adj||lev sg m||wait 1sg pres P||comp||dat 1sg clt||give 3pl pres P||some sg m adj||lev sg m|
15 (a) [1:07] Someone would give me three bunches of straw for the mule and three for me.
|someone sg n||dat 1sg clt||give 3sg impf P||three||bundle ct m||straw sg f||for||mule sg n def med||and||three||for||acc 1sg|
16 (a) [1:11] I threshed for him all day long [but] I’d gone [for only] one load of straw. [laughter]
|dat n 3sg clt||1sg pres aux clt||entire sg m adj||day sg m||thresh sg f L.part I||one sg m adj||load sg m||straw sg f||1sg pres aux clt||go sg f L.part I|
17 (a) [What happened to the mule?]
18 (a) [1:16] They took my mule for the collective farm. And I went to work
|mule sg n def med||dat 1sg clt||take 3pl aor P||cooperative.farm sg n||and||nom 1sg||go 1sg aor P||to||labor sg m adj||day sg m|
19 (a) [1:20] one day, and I fell ill with heart disease: high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis.
|some sg m adj||day sg m||and||fall.ill 1sg aor P||acc refl clt||from||heart sg n||high sg n adj||blood sg n adj||heart sg n||sclerosis sg f|
20 (a) [1:27] And now I’m like that. I’m resting [from the farm] but I can’t do any [of my own] work.
|and||now adv||1sg pres cop clt||thus prox adv||rest 1sg pres I||but||neg||can 1sg pres I||nothing sg n||comp||work 1sg pres I|
21 (a) [1:32] My daughters work. They look after me, they help me.
|daughter pl f def med||dat 1sg clt||work 3pl pres I||nom 3pl||acc 1sg clt||look 3pl pres I||help 3pl pres I||dat 1sg clt|
22 (a) [1:38] My sons-in-law are good, they bring me wood and split it for me,
|son.in.law pl m def med||dat 1sg clt||3pl pres cop clt||nice pl adj||and||nom 3pl||bring 3pl pres I||dat 1sg clt||wood pl n||chop 3pl pres I||dat 1sg clt||acc 3pl clt|
23 (a) [1:44] and prepare me for the winter [by doing the things] that are more difficult.
|prepare 3pl pres I||dat 1sg clt||for||winter sg f def med||rel sg n med||3sg pres cop clt||more||difficult sg n adj|