2 (VZh) did you go out here around –
|go sg f L.part P||interr clt||2sg pres aux clt||here adv||along|
3 (a) [0:04] Oh, I did, I did! I went out with the cows, and we also had oxen.
|go sg f L.part P||1sg pres aux clt||go sg f L.part P||1sg pres aux clt||with||cattle pl n||with||ox pl m||have 1pl impf I|
4 (a) [0:08] And one gored me. I was taking them to pasture, out to the meadow,
|and||acc 1sg clt||gore 3sg aor P||one sg m adj||nom 1sg||acc 3pl clt||pasture 1sg pres I||and||to||meadow acc sg f def|
5 (a) [0:11] to graze, and he gave a shake to ward off the flies.
|and||comp||acc refl clt||pasture 3sg pres P||nom m 3sg||nod 3sg aor P||keep 3sg pres I||acc refl clt||from||fly f|
6 (a) [0:14] He gave a shake and whoops! There I was up on his horns!
|nod 3sg aor P||and||nom 1sg||disc||on||horn m def||dat m 3sg clt||acc refl clt||climb 1sg aor P|
7 (a) [0:16] [And] I was [just] a child.
|nom 1sg||1sg pres cop clt||child sg n|
8 (VZh) Gave a shake [how]? With his tail?
|nom m 3sg||with||tail m def||interr clt||nod 3sg aor P|
9 (a) [0:18] A child! No, with his horns, his horns. Eh! His horns were this [big]!
|child sg n||not||with||horn pl m||horn pl m||ost||horn pl m||dat m 3sg clt||thus adv||3sg impf cop|
10 (a) [0:21] I was a child, a schoolgirl, and this neighbor of ours was there too,
|nom 1sg||1sg pres cop clt||child sg n||pupil f sg||disc||with||hes||
||neighbor f def||dat 1pl clt||3sg impf cop|
11 (a) [0:25] we were family, in fact. [There] were two of us, [just] kids, just this big.
|and||family f||1pl pres cop clt||1pl impf cop||two f an.num||child pl n||ost||so.big pl adj||1pl pres cop clt|
12 (a) [0:31] And the ox took me up and carried me across – I didn't dare
|and||acc 1sg clt||grasp 3sg aor P||ox m def||and||acc 1sg clt||carry 3sg aor P||nom 1sg||neg||dare 1sg pres I|
13 (a) [0:34] start to cry, [for fear] that he'd drop me and poke me with his horns.
|comp||cry 1sg pres I||fut||acc 1sg clt||leave 3sg pres P||and||fut||acc 1sg clt||with||horn pl m||poke 3sg pres P|
14 (a) [0:37] So I stayed quiet. The water was very high, it had rained a lot.
|nom 1sg||keep.quiet 1sg pres I||disc||water sg f||3sg impf cop||large f adj||some.kind sg n adj||precipitate 3sg aor I||rain m|
15 (a) [0:41] And just like that, the ox carried me across the water and left me.
|nom m 3sg||disc||and||across||water acc sg f def||acc 1sg clt||carry 3sg aor P||and||acc 1sg clt||leave 3sg aor P||ox m def|
16 (a) [0:45] "What happened? What happened?" And I didn't dare
|and||nom f 3sg||dat refl clt||disc||what sg n interr||happen 3sg aor P||what sg n interr||happen 3sg aor P||nom 1sg||neg||dare 1sg pres I|
17 (a) [0:48] speak up for fear that he'd – that he – So I kept calm.
|comp||acc refl clt||inform 1sg pres P||that conj||comp||neg||inf||comp||acc 1sg clt||keep.quiet 1sg pres I|
18 (a) [0:51] [and] said “I don’t know what happened.” But I didn’t tell her
|say 1sg aor P||not.know 1sg pres I||what sg n interr||happen 3sg aor P||and||dat f 3sg clt||neg||tell 1sg pres I|
19 (a) [0:54] that – that this ox had struck me here under my arm.
|that conj||that conj||acc 1sg clt||kill sg m L.part P||ox m def||here adv||under||armpit acc sg f|
20 (a) [0:56] So, OK, we went up from [there]. We were going up along that road.
|hort||hort||come 1pl pres I||dat refl clt||from.below adv||nom 1pl||from.below adv||come 1pl pres I||on||this sg n med||road sg m|
21 (a) [1:00] And when I touched [myself], it was wet here in my armpit! It hurt,
|when conj||touch 1sg aor P||disc||dat 1sg clt||wet sg n adj||here adv||under||armpit acc sg f||hurt 3sg pres I||acc 1sg clt|
22 (a) [1:05] but I said, “Well, it’s not so much, just a bit wet.” But then – “Oh, my God!”
|but||say 1sg aor P||disc||neg||3sg pres cop clt||so.much adv||disc||wet sg n adj||mother voc sg|
23 (a) [1:07] I said, “My arm’s [all] bloody!” And she said, “What happened to you?
|arm sg f||dat 1sg clt||from||blood sg f||say 1sg aor P||nom f 3sg||disc||what sg n interr||dat 2sg clt||3sg pres cop clt|
24 (a) [1:12] What’s with you?” And I said, “Well, this ox gored me. See what it is?
|what interr||dat 2sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||say 1sg aor P||disc||ox m def||acc 1sg clt||gore sg m L.part P||ost||what sg n interr||dat 1sg clt||3sg pres cop clt|
25 (a) [1:14] It’s [all] wet here.” So I kept going till I got home –
|wet adv||here adv||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||hort||hort||and||to||home sg m|
26 (a) [1:17] we lived just right up there. And just when I showed up at the gate –
|nom 1pl||here adv||live 1pl impf I||above adv||and||when conj||acc refl clt||appear 1sg aor P||at||door acc sg f def|
27 (a) [1:23] the oxen were coming in – I began to cry; that’s how I felt.
|ox m def pl||enter 3pl pres I||nom 1sg||grasp 1sg aor P||comp||cry 1sg pres I||thus adv||dat refl clt||acc 1sg clt|
28 (a) [1:28] I felt sorry for myself that - that this ox
|pity sg f||acc 1sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||that conj||that conj||acc 1sg clt||ox m def|
29 (a) [1:29] could have – could have killed me, that I could have died that day.
|will sg m L.part||comp||acc 1sg clt||comp||acc 1sg clt||kill 3sg pres P||comp||perish 1sg pres P||this sg m med adj||day sg m|
30 (a) [1:32] And my mother stood there in the yard –“Why are you crying, why are you crying?”
|and||mother f sg||dat 1sg clt||stand 3sg pres I||thus adv||in||yard sg m def||why interr||cry 2sg pres I||why interr||cry 2sg pres I|
31 (a) [1:37] I couldn’t speak, I [just] cried. I couldn’t [do anything].
|nom 1sg||dat f 3sg clt||neg||can 1sg pres I||say 1sg pres P||cry 1sg pres I||and||neg||can 1sg pres I|
32 (a) [1:40] “So why are you crying? What’s the matter?” [she said] “Are you sick?
|disc||why interr||cry 2sg pres I||what sg n interr||dat 2sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||sick sg f adj||interr clt||2sg pres cop clt|
33 (a) [1:41] What happened? Did somebody beat you? What is it?”
|what sg n interr||dat 2sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||beat 3sg aor I||interr clt||acc 2sg clt||someone sg m||what sg n interr||dat 2sg clt||3sg pres cop clt|
34 (a) [1:43] And I couldn’t tell her what it was, that the ox had gored me.
|nom 1sg||dat f 3sg clt||neg||can 1sg pres I||say 1sg pres P||what sg n interr||dat 1sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||that conj||acc 1sg clt||ox m def||gore sg m L.part I|
35 (a) [1:47] [Finally] I said, “Well, this ox picked me up and carried me…”
|say 1sg pres P||disc||ox sg m||acc 1sg clt||grasp 3sg aor P||and||acc 1sg clt||transfer 3sg aor P|
36 (RA) Oh my heavens!
37 (a) [1:51] She (= mother) had made me this new shift out of some hemp-like fabric.
|nom f 3sg||dat 1sg clt||make sg f L.part P||shift acc sg f||new acc sg f adj||from||from||hemp sg n adj||fabric n sg||disc|
38 (a) [1:56] If it hadn’t been new, then I could have been pierced [through]
|if conj||neg||3sg pres aux clt||be sg f L.part||new sg f adj||nom n 3sg||cond||dat refl clt||acc 1sg clt||can pres imprs||pierce sg n L.part P|
39 (a) [1:58] here in the ribs. But this – this [new fabric] blocked it a bit
|here adv||in||rib n def pl||and||nom n 3sg||and||nom n 3sg||stop sg n L.part P||little adv|
40 (a) [2:02] in the armpit. So I said, “Well, the ox gored me.”
|and||and||under||armpit acc sg f def||and||say 1sg aor P||disc||ox m def||acc 1sg clt||gore 3sg aor P|
41 (a) [2:06] And my father took an iron pitchfork and beat the ox,
|father sg m||dat 1sg clt||take 3sg aor P||pitchfork acc sg f||iron acc sg f adj||and||go 3sg aor P||and||dat refl clt||ox acc m sg||beat 3sg aor I|
42 (a) [2:10] he beat it [so bad] that he nearly pulverized it. But he didn’t keep it long
|beat 3sg aor I||beat 3sg aor I||all adv||acc m 3sg clt||pulverize 3sg aor P||but||acc m 3sg clt||neg||3sg pres aux clt||keep sg m L.part I||much adv|
43 (a) [2:12] [after that]; he sold it. “By God,” he said, “I’ve got children!”
|sell 3sg aor P||acc m 3sg clt||disc||say 3sg aor P||comp||acc 2sg clt||kill 3sg pres P||disc||child pl n||send 1sg pres I|
44 (a) [2:16] (I have two brothers); and he said, “If [it’s going] to kill you [kids] –
|have 1sg pres I||and||two m an.num||brother pl m||disc||say 3sg aor P||comp||acc 2pl clt||kill 3sg pres P|
45 (a) [2:19] Why do I need an ox that’s going to kill my child?
|for||what sg n interr||dat 1sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||dat 1sg||ox sg m||comp||dat 1sg clt||kill 3sg pres P||child sg n|
46 (a) [2:21] So he sold it, but he beat it a lot [first].
|and||acc m 3sg clt||nom m 3sg||sell 3sg aor P||but||acc m 3sg clt||considerably adv||beat 3sg aor I|
47 (a) [2:24] And then there’s no doctor here. So mother and I slept through the night
|and||then adv||pres neg exist||doctor m sg||here adv||and||mother f sg||dat 1sg clt||sleep 1pl aor P|
48 (a) [2:28] and early the next morning she took me to the paramedic in Dolni Lom
|and||morning sg n def||early adv||disc||to||Dolni.Lom sg m place||paramedic sg m||nom f 3sg||acc 1sg clt||take 3sg aor P||there adv|
49 (a) [2:32] and the doctor there cleaned [the wound] and tied a bandage on it,
|and||acc 1sg clt||wash 3sg aor P||tie.up 3sg aor P||acc 1sg clt||there adv||with||bandage m sg||doctor m sg|
50 (a) [2:34] and I got over it. She didn’t take me [there] again.
|and||dat 1sg clt||pass 3sg aor P||neg||3sg pres aux clt||acc 1sg clt||take sg f L.part I||already adv|
51 (a) [2:37] But we suffered, we had a hard time. Children nowadays live [much better].
|but||suffer pl L.part I||1pl pres aux clt||torment pl L.part I||1pl pres aux clt||acc refl clt||now adv||child pl n||live 3pl pres I|
52 (VZh) But isn’t the ox [generally] a mild-tempered [beast]?
|nom m 3sg||neg||3sg pres cop clt||interr clt||gentle sg m adj||ox sg m def|
53 (a) [2:42] Well, yes, he’d never gored anyone before, he was [generally] mild-tempered.
|disc||adrs||nom m 3sg||neg||3sg pres aux clt||gore sg m L.part I||never adv||nom m 3sg||be sg m L.part||gentle sg m adj|
54 (a) [2:44] [I don’t know] what happened this time, maybe he tried to ward off flies?
|but||then adv||why interr||thus adv||from||fly f||interr clt||acc refl clt||defend 3sg aor P|
55 (a) [2:47] You [couldn’t really] say that he [actually] gored me …
|nom m 3sg||acc 1sg clt||neg||3sg pres aux clt||gore sg m L.part I||comp||say 2sg pres P|
56 (VZh) Maybe it was some of these …
|comp||neg||3pl pres aux clt||be pl L.part||from||this pl adj|
57 (a) [2:49] … that he –
|comp||acc 1sg clt|
58 (VZh) … gad- gadflies? What kind of flies are those? These flies [that] –
|[...]||gadfly pl m||interr clt||what.kind pl adj||3pl pres cop clt||this pl adj||fly pl f||hes||this pl adj||fly pl f|
59 (a) [2:52] Well yes, it was flies, right. Those – the ones
|disc||disc||from||fly pl f def||disc||disc||this pl f med adj||this pl f med adj|
60 (a) [2:54] that sting oxen and make them run about, that –
|rel||acc refl clt||go.mad 3pl pres I||ox m def pl||rel|
61 (VZh) Uh huh.
62 (a) [2:56] that bite them. And so he didn’t –
|rel||bite 3pl pres I||and||then adv||nom m 3sg||acc 1sg clt||neg||3sg pres aux clt|
63 (a) [2:58] he didn’t really gore me. He just gave a shake and there I was,
|neg||3sg pres aux clt||acc 1sg clt||gore sg m L.part I||only||dat refl clt||thus med adv||nod 3sg aor P||and||nom 1sg||excl|
64 (a) [3:01] up on his horns. What happened, how it happened, how I – ?
|and||on||horn m def||dat m 3sg clt||what sg n interr||happen 3sg aor P||what interr||happen 3sg aor P||what interr||acc 1sg clt|
65 (a) [3:05] He left me [there], he took me across; there was a lot of water. And she wondered,
|leave 3sg aor P||acc 1sg clt||transfer 3sg aor P||acc 1sg clt||water sg f||big sg f adj||3sg impf cop||nom f 3sg||acc refl clt||wonder 3sg impf I|
66 (a) [3:08] this friend of mine (named Anna), she wondered how
|this sg f med adj||comrade sg f def||dat 1sg clt||Anna sg f name||acc refl clt||call 3sg pres I||nom f 3sg||acc refl clt||wonder 3sg impf I||what sg n interr|
67 (a) [3:11] we were going to cross the water, because it had rained and the water was high
|fut||pass 1pl pres P||water acc sg f def||that conj||precipitate sg n L.part I||rain sg m||and||water f def sg||big sg f adj|
68 (a) [3:14] So he carried me through the water and left me [there].
|and||nom sg m||acc 1sg clt||carry 3sg aor P||across||water acc sg f def||and||acc 1sg clt||leave 3sg aor P|
69 (a) [3:17] He didn’t gore me, he didn’t [do] anything. Like a person [would],
|neg||3sg pres aux clt||acc 1sg clt||gore sg m L.part I||neg||3sg pres aux clt||acc 1sg clt||nothing sg n||as||person sg m|
70 (a) [3:19] he [just] picked me up and dropped me. But while he was waving me about
|snatch 3sg aor P||and||acc 1sg clt||leave 3sg aor P||but||but||how rel||acc 1sg clt||wave m 3sg L.part P|
71 (a) [3:22] he struck me under one of my arms. And so –
|nom m 3sg||dat refl clt||acc 1sg clt||under||armpit acc sg f def||kill m 3sg L.part P||under||one acc f def adj||and|
72 (VZh) [What] other [animals did you have]? What did you used to tend the most?
|and||other sg n adj||what sg n interr||keep 2pl impf I||most||much adv|
73 (a) [3:28] Well we tended …
|disc||this sg n med adj||1pl pres aux clt||dat refl clt||keep pl L.part I|
74 (VZh) Sheep?
|sheep pl f|
75 (a) [3:30] … sheep and oxen, that’s …
|sheep pl f||and||ox pl m||and||this sg n med adj|
76 (VZh) Uh huh.
77 (a) [3:32] … that’s what we kept. There weren’t so many donkeys at that time.
|this sg n med adj||1pl pres aux clt||keep pl L.part I||donkey pl n||more||exist impf neg||some.kind sg n adj|
78 (a) [3:34] Now, we’ve bred [some] donkeys and so now we keep donkeys.
|now adv||donkey pl n||breed 1pl aor P||now adv||keep 1pl pres I||donkey pl n|
79 (a) [3:37] Since the state-owned farms came about, everybody [has] donkeys [laughter].
|from||what sg n interr||become 3sg aor P||economy sg n||each sg m adj||donkey n sg|
80 (a) [3:41] And cows. Some people kept cows, some kept oxen, some kept sheep.
|cow f||thus adv||someone sg m||cow f||someone sg m||ox pl m||keep 3sg impf I||sheep pl f|
81 (a) [3:44] So there was my grandfather with the sheep, [up] there
|and||dat refl clt||there adv||ost||grandfather sg m||dat 1sg clt||with||sheep f def pl||there adv|
82 (a) [3:47] at his summer pasture, at the pen in the meadow. And we’d go up to them,
|at||pen f def||dat refl clt||at||meadow acc sg f def||pen sg m||and||dat refl clt||go 1pl pres P||by||acc 3pl|
83 (a) [3:51] grandma [and I]. She would cook food for him up there –
|grandmother f||dat 1sg clt||and||nom f 3sg||by||acc m 3sg||dat refl clt||dat m 3sg clt||boil 3sg pres P|
84 (a) [3:53] beans, potatoes, soup – whatever there was [laughter],
|beans m||potato m||soup f||what sg n interr||pres exist|
85 (RA) [laughter]
86 (a) [3:58] Granny’d cook it up for him. And I [sometimes] went
|cook 3sg pres P||dat m 3sg clt||disc||grandmother f||and||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||go 1sg pres P|
87 (a) [4:00] and took them bread, and oh, [they were] happy, Granny and Granddad,
|and||dat 3pl clt||carry 1sg pres P||bread sg m||excl||nom 3pl||joyful pl adj||grandmother f||dat 1sg clt||grandfather sg m||dat 1sg clt|
88 (a) [4:04] they come [to meet me] because I bring them bread, bring them food. [laughter]
|come 3pl pres I||that conj||dat 3pl clt||carry 1sg pres I||bread sg m||carry 1sg pres I||dat 3pl clt||food sg n|
89 (RA) [laughter]
90 (a) [4:11] They were overjoyed [to see] me – such joy! “Sleep over [here with us],
|and||joyful pl adj||rejoice 3pl pres I||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||joy f||excl||adrs||dat refl clt||sleep sg imv P|
91 (a) [4:15] and go back in the morning!” “Oh Granny,” [I’d say] “but they told me
|and||tomorrow adv||fut||dat refl clt||go 2sg pres P||excl||grandmother voc sg f||but||dat 1sg||dat 1sg clt||say pl L.part P|
92 (a) [4:18] to come back.” [And they’d say], “Ah, come on. You [can] go in the morning,
|comp||acc refl clt||return 1sg pres P||disc||excl||hort||hort||tomorrow adv||fut||dat refl clt||go 2sg pres P|
93 (a) [4:20] you don’t have much work.” So I would sleep over with them, I’d stay with them
|not.have 2sg pres I||much adv||work acc f||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||sleep 1sg pres P||by||acc 3pl||remain 1sg pres P||by||acc 3pl|
94 (a) [4:25] and sleep there. After all, my folks knew I was with them,
|and||dat refl clt||sleep 1sg pres I||disc||nom 3pl||know 3pl pres I||our pl def adj||that conj||1sg pres cop clt||by||acc 3pl|
95 (a) [4:27] that I hadn’t flown off somewhere. And so in the morning [I went back]. Later,
|neg||1sg pres aux clt||somewhere adv||fly sg f L.part P||hort||again adv||morning sg n def||after adv|
96 (a) [4:31] when St. George’s day came, they take [sheep] from the meadows,
|when conj||emerge 3sg pres P||come 3sg aor P||St.George's.Day sg m||nom 3pl||acc 3pl clt||drive.out 3pl pres P||from||meadow pl f def|
97 (a) [4:35] to keep it – [from] Annunciation [onwards] keep the meadows free for hay.
|keep 3pl pres P||Annunciation pl.t||keep 3pl pres I||meadow pl f def||for||hay sg n|
98 (a) [4:39] But in stony spots where there are no meadows, some have made sheep pens;
|hort||where interr||pres neg exist||meadow pl f||beside||unwooded.hill pl f def||one pl adj||make pl L.part P||pen pl m|
99 (a) [4:44] others have made [them] up at the edges of – of the meadows.
|one pl adj||and||make pl L.part P||above||along||edge pl m def||of||of||meadow pl f def|
100 (a) [4:49] We go there at Annunciation, to the lambs, the sheep having given birth,
|emerge 1pl pres P||from||Annunciation pl.t||there adv||disc||lamb pl n||acc refl clt||bear.lamb pl f L.part P||sheep pl f|
101 (a) [4:54] up where they’re pasturing the sheep and lambs. And Grandma and Grandpa
|lamb pl n||sheep pl f||there adv||acc 3pl||pasture 3pl pres I||hort||grandmother f||and||grandfather sg m|
102 (a) [4:58] are up there again the summer pen. And I – Granny said to me,
|again adv||there adv||at||pen acc sg f def||nom 1sg||grandmother f||dat 1sg clt|
103 (a) [5:01] “Oh, [there’s] a sick lamb, [it’s] bad off somehow. Its legs aren’t right.
|excl||one sg n adj||lamb sg n||acc refl clt||ill sg n adj||somehow sg n adj||sick sg n adj||hurt 3pl pres I||acc n 3sg clt||leg pl f|
104 (a) [5:06] You should come up and [help] us feed it with ‘eagle’s talons’.”
|comp||come 2sg pres P||comp||acc n 3sg clt||water 1pl pres P||with||eagle pl adj||nail pl m|
105 (a) [5:09] “Eagle’s talons” – that’s some kind of herb.
|eagle pl adj||nail pl m||ost||disc||grass sg f|
106 (VZh) [The English name for it is] "holly".
107 (a) [5:10] [Yes] there’s [that herb].
108 (VZh) [laughter]
109 (a) [5:12] So Grandma boiled up the “eagle’s talons”. I go [over] and she holds the lamb
|hort||grandmother f||boil sg f L.part P||eagle pl m adj||nail pl m||nom 1sg||go 1pl pres P||nom f 3sg||hold 3sg pres I||lamb sg n def|
110 (a) [5:17] [while] I pour, and we feed it to it. And the lamb gets better.
|nom 1sg||pour 1sg pres I||and||acc n 3sg clt||water 1pl pres P||this sg n med adj||recover 3sg pres P||lamb sg n def|
111 (VZh) [laughter]
112 (a) [5:22] And now it’s time to take them to pasture, to let the little lambs out a bit.
|hort||now adv||comp||acc 3pl clt||pasture 1pl pres P||comp||acc 3pl clt||release 1pl pres P||little adv||lamb pl m def|
113 (a) [5:25] We release the little lambs. The lambs catch [the wind] and rush off, each on its own.
|release 1pl pres P||acc 3pl clt||lamb pl n def||lamb pl n||catch 3pl pres P||hurry 3pl pres I||which sg m interr||to||where interr||see 3sg pres P|
114 (RA) [laughter]
115 (a) [5:30] And I - I’m running after them, running, running, till I’ve surrounded [them],
|and||nom 1sg||nom 1sg||after||acc 3pl||hurry 1sg pres I||hurry 1sg pres I||hurry 1sg pres I||and||acc 3pl clt||surround 1sg aor P|
116 (a) [5:34] and gathered up the lambs. Then Grandpa came up –
|gather 1sg aor P||acc 3pl clt||lamb pl n def||and||grandfather sg m||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||appear sg m L.part P|
117 (a) [5:36] he’d been off with the sheep and seen me running. And he said,
|with||sheep pl f def||from.afar adv||and||acc 1sg clt||see sg m L.part P||that conj||hurry 1sg pres I||say 3sg aor P|
118 (a) [5:39] “When I saw you running after the little lambs, I could have leapt with joy.
|nom 1sg||when conj||acc 3sg clt||see 1sg aor P||that conj||hurry 2sg pres I||after||lamb pl n def||from||joy sg f||cond||fly sg m L.part P|
119 (a) [5:43] I [may be] old, but it’s sweet for me [to see] you running after the lambs.
|old sg m adj||1sg pres cop clt||but||dear adv||acc 1sg clt||that conj||run 2sg pres I||after||lamb pl n def|
120 (a) [5:46] The lambs run off, and you run after them.”
|lamb pl n def||hurry 3pl pres I||nom 2sg||hurry 2sg pres I||after||acc 3pl|
121 (VZh) [laughter]
122 (RA) [laughter]
123 (a) [5:48] “I [was so] happy when I saw you running after these lambs.” And he came
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124 (a) [5:53] and was so happy that I had been running after the lambs.
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125 (a) [5:56] So I went over to them and said, “Grandpa, I’ve [actually] come
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126 (a) [6:00] to help treat them. [Didn’t you know that] Grandma told me to come – to come
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127 (a) [6:03] so we could feed the lambs, [especially] the lamb that’s sickly and lame?”
|comp||water 1pl pres P||lamb pl n def||lamb sg n def||that conj||3sg pres cop clt||very adv||lame sg n adj||ill sg n adj|
128 (a) [6:08] “Whatever – you’ve come, and I’m not angry
|disc||good adv||disc||2sg pres aux clt||come sg f L.part P||neg||3sg pres cop clt||acc 1sg clt||anger sg m|
129 (a) [6:11] that you’ve come,” he said. “I don’t mind at all.” And that’s how it was.
|that conj||2sg pres aux clt||come sg f P||say 3sg aor P||if conj||2sg pres aux clt||ost||such sg n adj|