1 (a) [0:02] I went to the village of Zavet but now they say –
|go sg f L.part P||1sg pres aux clt||to||village sg n||Zavet sg m place||but||now adv||be sg n L.part|
2 (a) [0:05] now [what used to be] the village of Zavet is a town.
|now adv||3sg pres cop clt||city sg m||village sg n||Zavet sg m place|
3 (b) [0:08] Yes, they made it [a town]. It’s in the Ruse district.
|yes||nom 3pl||acc m 3sg clt||make 3pl aor P||nom n 3sg||Ruse sg n adj|
4 (a) [0:09] Oh, it’s a very nice town …
|excl||nom n 3sg||3sg pres cop clt||very adv||nice sg m adj||city sg m|
5 (b) [0:12] Well –
6 (c) [0:12] The one where your [people] –
|that pl adj||that rel||your pl def adj|
7 (b) [0:13] Well –
8 (a) [0:13] … and it’s big, [and] …
|and||and||big sg m adj|
9 (b) [0:14] Well, and [what about] Dve Mogili? Well?
|disc||Dve.Mogili pl f place||disc||hes|
10 (a) [0:17] … [in the] plains.
|plain sg f|
11 (b) [0:17] There are big villages over there.
|there adv||pres exist||village pl n||big pl adj||already adv|
12 (c) [0:19] Those are nice villages over there …
|this pl adj||nice pl adj||village pl n||onward adv|
13 (a) [0:20] In the plains, and streets [well] laid out everywhere.
|plain sg f||and||street pl f||everywhere adv||arrange sg n P.part P|
14 (c) [0:24] … but for us it’s good [where we are].
|but||for||acc 1pl||dat refl clt||3sg pres cop clt||good sg n adj|
15 (RA) Are you the one [who] went [there]?
|nom 2sg||interr clt||go sg f L.part P|
16 (a) [0:25] [Yes], I [went to] the Razgrad region …
|disc||Razgrad sg n adj|
17 (RA) But that’s far.
||far adv||3sg pres cop clt|
18 (a) [0:28] … [to] Kubrat. And still beyond that …
|Kubrat sg m place||there adv||still adv||3sg pres cop clt||again adv||further adv|
19 (RA) It’s far.
|far adv||3sg pres cop clt|
20 (a) [0:32] … is the village of Zavet. It’s far, very far.
|village sg n||Zavet sg m place||far adv||3sg pres cop clt||very adv||far adv|
21 (c) [0:34] [It’s] at the other end [of the country].
|to||other sg m def adj||end sg m|
22 (a) [0:34] It’s five hundred kilometers to Kubrat, and after Kubrat,
|five.hundred||kilometer ct m||3sg pres cop clt||to||Kubrat sg m place||and||from||Kubrat sg m place|
23 (a) [0:37] all the way to the village of Zavet, is eighteen or nineteen kilometers more.
|to||beyond adv||to||village sg n||Zavet sg m place||still adv||eighteen||nineteen||kilometer ct m|
24 (c) [0:41] Right, that’s how I remember it.
|thus adv||thus adv||remember 1sg pres I|
25 (a) [0:56] I went and –
|nom 1sg||1sg pres aux clt||go sg f L.part P||and|
26 (RA) Hm.
27 (a) [0:46] [I went] there by this – by bus lines, but I got confused.
|there adv||by||this sg n adj||by||bus pl m def||but||confuse 1sg aor P|
28 (RA) Hm.
29 (a) [0:51] That is, a policeman confused me, because I had [never] gone there
|instead adv||disc||one sg m adj||policeman sg m||acc 1sg clt||confuse 3sg aor P||because conj||nom 1sg||neg||1sg pres aux clt||go sg f L.part I|
30 (a) [0:55] and I didn’t know which bus to take.
|and||neg||know 1sg pres I||with||which sg m adj||bus sg m||comp||travel 1sg pres I|
31 (a) [0:58] So I asked the policeman to tell me where it was,
|and||ask 1sg pres I||policeman sg m def||comp||dat 1sg clt||say 3sg pres P||where interr||3sg pres cop clt|
32 (a) [1:02] [where] is the stall [for] that bus that would be going to Razgrad.
|stand 3sg pres I||this sg m adj||bus sg m||rel||fut||comp||travel 3sg pres I||for||Razgrad sg m place|
33 (RA) Hm.
34 (a) [1:06] The place he told me to go was apparently not the right one,
|nom m 3sg||dat 1sg clt||say 3sg aor P||where interr||3sg pres cop clt||nom n 3sg||there adv||neg||3sg pres aux clt||be sg n L.part|
35 (a) [1:10] but I got on where he told me to.
|but||nom 1sg||acc refl clt||then adv||climb 1sg aor P||where rel||nom m 3sg||say 3sg aor P|
36 (c) [1:12] [unintelligible]
37 (a) [1:13] I got on, and when I sat down this female ticket-taker got on.
|nom 1sg||acc refl clt||climb 1sg aor P||and||when conj||sit 1sg aor P||disc||acc refl clt||climb 3sg pres P||one f sg adj||conductor sg f||female sg f adj|
38 (c) [1:19] Pssss! [to cat]. Cheli! Pssss!
39 (a) [1:20] And she came straight of to me first of all,
|and||immediately adv||to||acc 1sg||come 3sg pres P||first sg f adj|
40 (c) [1:22] Get away from here! [to cat]
|run sg imv I||adrs|
41 (a) [1:22] and immediately punched my ticket. She didn’t ask
|and||dat 1sg clt||all.at.once. adv||punch 3sg pres P||ticket sg m def||neg||acc 1sg clt||ask 3sg aor I|
42 (a) [1:26] “Where are you going?” nor did she look at this …
|for||where interr||2sg pres cop clt||nor||then adv||read 3sg pres I||in||this sg n adj|
43 (c) [1:28] But she [should] know.
|but||nom f 3sg||know 3sg pres I|
44 (a) [1:29] … ticket to see what kind it was.
|in||ticket sg m def||comp||see 3sg pres P||what.kind sg m adj||3sg pres cop clt|
45 (RA) Eh, [there were] so many tickets –
|excl||so.many adv||ticket pl m||hes|
46 (a) [1:33] You see, my daughter wrote me a letter, and I’m traveling according to the letter
|and||interr||daughter sg f||dat 1sg clt||write 3sg pres I||letter sg n||and||nom 1sg||by||letter sg n def||travel 1sg aor I|
47 (a) [1:39] She wrote me [about] where [we’d travel], what I’d see on the way.
|nom f 3sg||dat 1sg clt||write 3sg pres I||where interr||what sg n interr||fut||see 1sg pres P||fut||pass 1sg pres P|
48 (RA) Hm
49 (a) [1:43] Fine, but I went along to a certain point, looking out at everything
|good adv||but||nom 1sg||to||somewhere adv||walk 1sg impf I||walk 1sg impf I||and||everything sg n||thus adv||look.at 1sg aor I||and|
50 (a) [1:47] and realized from the letter that I’m not going to the place I had set out for.
|and||by||letter sg n def||realize 1sg aor P||that conj||neg||go 1sg pres P||where interr||1sg pres aux clt||set.out sg f L.part P|
51 (c) [1:52] That you’d gotten confused.
|that conj||2sg pres aux clt||acc refl clt||confuse sg f L.part P|
52 (a) [1:53] I’d gotten confused. He [confused me]. I stayed quiet, and didn’t say anything.
|confuse sg f L.part P||1sg pres aux clt||disc||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||keep.quiet 1sg aor I||nothing sg n||neg||say 1sg aor P|
53 (a) [1:57] I said [to myself that] when the bus stops, I’ll …
|say 1sg aor P||now adv||where interr||stop 3sg pres P||bus sg m def||fut||comp|
54 (c) [1:59] [Surely] it will stop at some point.
|fut||comp||stop 3sg pres P||some sg m adj||time sg m|
55 (a) [2:00] … ask.
|ask 1sg pres I|
56 (c) [2:00] Can I warm up your cup?
|and||more||warm sg n adj||comp||dat 2sg clt||put 1sg pres P|
57 (RA) Yes [thank you].
58 (a) [2:01] [So] I kept on going, and then there was a cliff like we [have]
|walk 1sg impf I||walk 1sg impf I||and||disc||one sg m adj||cliff sg m||like||at||acc 1pl|
59 (a) [2:06] here down at Popova Padina. A cliff, and here and there you could see
|here adv||down adv||Popova.Padina sg f place||one sg m adj||cliff sg m||and||here adv||there adv||acc refl clt||see 3sg pres P|
60 (a) [2:10] these tiles peeking up. It was like I went into the woods,
|thus adv||tile pl f||stick.out 3pl pres P||disc||and||as||in||wood acc sg f||like||enter 1sg aor P|
61 (a) [2:15] somewhere into a pit. And [when we stopped] the driver and conductor
|somewhere adv||in||one acc sg f adj||pit acc sg f||and||disc||conductor sg m def||and||driver sg m def|
62 (a) [2:20] both got off and went into – into this sort of bar.
|all.at.once. adv||descend 3pl aor P||and||go 3pl aor P||in||one f sg adj||[...]||such sg f adj||bar sg f|
63 (a) [2:24] There was a bridge there, and they crossed the bridge …
|and||disc||bridge sg m||pres exist||thus adv||and||nom 3pl||across||bridge sg m def||pass 3pl aor P|
64 (RA) That’s enough, thanks.
65 (c) [2:28] Warmer?
|more||warm sg n adj|
66 (a) [2:28] … and went into the bar. I looked around [and thought] “What shall I do now?”
|and||go 3pl aor P||in||bar acc sg f def||nom 1sg||look 1sg aor P||thus adv||what sg n interr||comp||do 1sg pres I||now adv|
67 (a) [2:34] when [I spied] an old man [who’d] sat down on a bench. He’s sitting there,
|disc||one sg m adj||old.man sg m||thus adv||sit sg m L.part I||on||one acc sg f adj||bench acc sg f||disc||sit 3sg pres I|
68 (a) [2:38] so I got off with my luggage and went over to the old man and said,
|and||nom 1sg||descend 1sg aor P||with||luggage sg m def||and||go 1sg aor P||by||old.man sg m def||and||say 1sg aor P|
69 (a) [2:43] “Comrade, tell me please what is the name of this village here.”
|comrade voc sg m||hort||dat 1sg clt||say sg imv P||nom 2sg||how interr||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||this sg n adj||village sg n||here adv|
70 (a) [2:48] He said, “Ah, I can tell from your speech that you are a northerner.”
|say 3sg aor P||disc||nom 1sg||acc 2sg clt||recognize 1sg pres I||by||speech sg f def||nom 2sg||2sg pres cop clt||northerner sg f|
71 (RA) [laughter]
72 (a) [2:55] I said, “Well [yes], I’m a northerner. A northerner, but –
|say 1sg aor P||adrs||northerner sg f||1sg pres cop clt||northerner sg f||but|
73 (c) [2:59] “And I’m a stupid one!”
|but||1sg pres cop clt||stupid.person sg f|
74 (a) [2:59] “But –
75 (b) [laughter]
76 (c) [laughter]
77 (b) [laughter]
78 (a) [3:01] but [please] tell me what this village is called!”
|but||say sg imv P||dat 1sg clt||how interr||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||this sg n adj||village sg n|
79 (c) [3:04] [unintelligible] A stupid one! [laughter]
|stupid.person sg f|
80 (a) [3:05] He said, “This village is called Ezerche.” So I took out
|nom m 3sg||say 3sg aor P||this sg n adj||village sg n||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||Ezerche sg n place||and||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||extract 1sg aor P|
81 (a) [3:10] my wallet – there was a pencil [in it] – and wrote down [the name of] the village.
|wallet sg n def||exist impf||dat refl clt||pencil sg n||and||dat refl clt||record 1sg aor P||village sg n def|
82 (a) [3:16] He said, “Don’t be afraid. You just [tell] – when the driver and conductor come –
|say 3sg aor P||fut neg||comp||acc refl clt||fear 2sg pres I||nom 2sg||now adv||when conj||come 3sg pres P||conductor sg m def||and||driver sg m|
83 (a) [3:21] It’s the conductor’s fault. They should take you back
|conductor sg m def||3sg pres cop clt||guilty sg m adj||must pres imprs||comp||acc 2sg clt||transport 3sg pres I||back adv|
84 (d) [3:25] at no cost to you. And that’s what happened. The conductor apologized.
|without||comp||pay 2sg pres I||and||thus adv||and||happen 3sg aor P||conductor sg m def||acc refl clt||apologize 3sg aor P|
85 (RA) Hm
86 (a) [3:31] She said, “Excuse me, comrade. I’m very much [at fault] because it’s my job
|say 3sg aor P||excuse 1sg pres I||acc refl clt||comrade voc sg f||much adv||because conj||nom 1sg||1sg pres cop clt||obliged sg f adj|
87 (a) [3:35] to see what [sort of tickets] I punch.
|yes||see 1sg pres P||what sg n interr||punch 1sg pres I|
88 (RA) Yes, quite right.
89 (a) [3:38] And since I didn’t look, now you won’t have to pay.
|disc||and||nom 1sg||when conj||neg||1sg pres aux clt||see sg f L.part P||now adv||fut neg||comp||pay 2sg pres I||but|
90 (a) [3:42] You just will get another ticket [on my account].
|but||only adv||one sg n adj||fut||fut||dat refl clt||extract 2sg pres P||other sg m adj||ticket sg m|