1 (a) [0:01] I don’t mix my [local] speech [with any other type]. When I go there, I speak
|nom 1sg||neg||mix 1sg pres I||speech acc sg f def||nom 1sg||when conj||go 1sg pres P||there adv||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||speak 1sg pres I|
2 (a) [0:04] the way I [always do], and my children are accustomed [to that]. My grandchildren
|how interr||dat refl clt||nom 1sg||and||child pl n def||dat 1sg clt||accustom pl L.part P||grandchild pl n def|
3 (a) [0:09] [when] I’m looking after them – they[‘ll say] “Granny, say this [word] to us,
|nom 1sg||dat refl clt||acc 3pl clt||here adv||look.after 1sg impf I||and||nom 3pl||grandmother voc sg f||adrs||this sg n adj||dat 1pl clt||say sg imv P|
4 (a) [0:13] Granny, say that [word] to us,” and I say it to them. And when I went there
|grandmother voc sg f||adrs||that sg n adj||dat 1pl clt||say sg imv P||nom 1sg||dat 3pl clt||say 1sg pres I||and||when conj||go 1sg aor P||there adv|
5 (a) [0:16] they like that. They get a group together and carry on in the Stakevtsi dialect.
|nom 3pl||dat 3pl clt||and||pleasing adv||and||gather 3pl pres P||group acc sg f def||and||drive 3pl pres P||by||Stakevtsi.manner adv|
6 (RA) Hm – hm, hm.
7 (a) [0:21] Their mother scolds them, [she says], “Don’t [be] like that, children. Speak
|mother f sg||dat 3pl clt||acc refl clt||scold 3sg pres I||pl neg hort||son voc sg m||thus adv||adrs||dat refl clt||nom 2pl||speak pl imv I|
8 (a) [0:25] the way we talk around here!” “No,” [they say], “we’ll do it like this.”
|as||here adv||rel||dat refl clt||speak 1pl pres I||no||nom 1pl||fut||thus adv|
9 (a) [0:30] And one time one of my grandsons didn’t know his lesson [at school].
|and||one sg m adj||time sg m||hes||one sg m def adj||grandson sg m||dat 1sg clt||neg||3sg pres aux clt||dat refl clt||know sg m L.part I||lesson sg m def|
10 (a) [0:36] And the teacher tried to make him recite the lesson, but he was silent.
|and||teacher sg f def||acc m 3sg clt||drive sg f L.part I||comp||comp||dat refl clt||tell 3sg pres P||lesson sg m def||nom m 3sg||be.quiet 3sg pres I|
11 (a) [0:41] She prodded him again, and he remained silent. [Then] she said,
|nom f 3sg||acc m 3sg clt||again adv||push sg f L.part P||nom m 3sg||dat refl clt||be.quiet 3sg pres I||nom f 3sg||say sg f L.part P|
12 (a) [0:45] “Rumen, don’t you know how to talk?” And he said, “I’ll talk
|Rumen voc sg m name||know.how 2sg pres I||interr clt||comp||speak 2sg pres I||and||nom m 3sg||say sg m L.part P||fut||comp||speak 1sg pres I|
13 (a) [0:53] but [only] if you can solve a riddle for me,
|but||if conj||can 2sg pres I||nom 2sg||for||dat 1sg||comp||guess 2sg pres P||riddle acc sg f def|
14 (RA) [laughter]
15 (a) [0:58] then I will continue. And if you can’t, then I will write down
|fut||comp||[...]||continue 1sg pres P||if conj||interr clt||not||but||fut||write 1sg pres P||nom 1sg|
16 (a) [1:03] a failing mark for you.” So the woman said, “OK, but [first] give me your school card
|for||acc 2sg||after adv||failing.mark acc sg f||nom f 3sg||woman sg f def||say sg f L.part P||good adv||but||give sg imv P||dat refl clt||report.card sg m def|
17 (a) [1:11] so – so I can record an “F” for you because you didn’t know the lesson." But he said,
|comp||comp||dat 2sg clt||write 1sg pres P||two f||because conj||dat refl clt||neg||know 2sg aor I||lesson sg m def||but||nom m 3sg||say sg m L.part P|
18 (a) [1:15] But he said, “I’ll give you my school card when you solve [the riddle] for me,
|fut||dat 2sg clt||give 1sg pres P||report.card sg m def||when conj||nom 2sg||when conj||guess 2sg pres P||for||acc 1sg|
19 (a) [1:19] otherwise I’m going to put a mark for you in the school card.”
|disc||comp||neg||write 1sg pres P||nom 1sg||for||acc 2sg||on||report.card sg m def|
20 (RA) Hm
21 (a) [1:25] And she said, “OK, tell me what it’s about.” And he said,
|and||nom f 3sg||say sg f L.part P||good adv||say sg imv P||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||and||nom m 3sg||say sg m L.part P|
22 (a) [1:29] “You [need] to tell me what that [phrase] kotel’ač i gruvel’ač means.” [So] she, the woman –
|fut||dat 1sg clt||tell 2sg pres P||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||this sg n adj||mess sg m||and||wreckage sg m||nom f 3sg||woman sg f def|
23 (c) [unintelligible]
24 (a) [1:36] She, the woman –
|nom f 3sg||woman sg f def|
25 (c) [unintelligible]
26 (a) [1:38] said, “OK.” And that evening when she went home, she got out the dictionary
|say sg f L.part P||good adv||when conj||dat refl clt||go sg f L.part P||evening acc sg f def||to||house sg m||and||take sg f L.part P||dictionary sg m|
27 (a) [1:43] so as to be, you know, more scientific about it. She said she read, and read, and read.
|interr||there adv||rel||more||scientific adv||read sg f L.part.impf I||read sg f L.part.impf I||read sg f L.part.impf I|
28 (a) [1:49] “All night long,” she said, “I was sitting [there reading] and I couldn’t find
|whole acc sg f adj||night sg f||1sg pres aux clt||sit sg f L.part I||and||neg||1sg pres aux clt||neg||can 1sg pres I||comp||find 1sg pres P|
29 (a) [1:52] the phrase ‘kotel’ač i gruvel’ač."
|such sg m adj||mess sg m||and||wreckage sg m|
30 (b) [1:53] And [the word] sŭkotelitsa.
|and||disorder sg f|
31 (a) [1:55] Sŭkotelitsa [yes], and also another one; he said two [words]. So, OK.
|and||disorder sg f||and||still adv||one sg n adj||two n||say sg m L.part P||good adv|
32 (a) [2:01] But she met his mother the next morning, she came [to her] and said, “Lenče …"
|but||nom f 3sg||morning sg n def||meet sg f L.part P||dat m 3sg clt||mother sg f||go sg f L.part P||and||say sg f L.part P||Lenche sg f name|
33 (e) [2:05] I’m down here!
|nom 1sg||1sg pres aux clt||down adv||here adv|
34 (a) [2:05] "… your pupil …"
|your sg m def adj||pupil sg m|
35 (c) [2:06] OK, come [over] to drink [a glass] of rakiya.
|good adv||hort||drink sg imv I||one f sg adj||rakiya sg f|
36 (a) [2:06] "… didn’t know his lesson …"
|neg||know 3sg aor I||dat refl clt||lesson sg m def|
37 (e) [2:07] What?
38 (a) [2:08] "… and he gave me this task, something …"
|and||dat 1sg clt||3sg pres aux clt||assign sg m L.part P||something sg n|
39 (e) [2:10] I’m leaving.
|nom 1sg||fut||run 1sg pres I|
40 (a) [2:10] "… that I [need to] say."
|comp||say 1sg pres P|
41 (c) [2:10] You’re in line for rakiya, you know.
|nom 2sg||2sg pres aux clt||dat refl clt||already adv||set.up sg m L.part P||for||this acc sg f adj||rakiya acc sg f|
42 (a) [2:11] "But I couldn’t …"
|but||nom 1sg||neg||can 1sg pres I|
43 (e) [2:11] What?
44 (a) [2:12] "… figure out the answer to the riddle."
|comp||dat m 3sg clt||guess 1sg pres P|
45 (c) [2:12] You’re in line for rakiya.
|set.up sg m L.part P||2sg pres aux clt||for||this acc sg f adj||rakiya acc sg f|
46 (a) [2:13] "And [now] he’s going to write down a failing grade for me.
|and||fut||dat 1sg clt||write 3sg pres P||nom m 3sg||for||acc 1sg||two f|
47 (a) [2:15] So tell me, is this some sort of Stakevtsi word? It’s not a Kubrat word.”
|adrs||dat 1sg clt||say sg imv P||this sg f adj||of.Stakevtsi sg f adj||something sg n||word sg f||neg||3sg pres cop clt||of.Kubrat sg f adj|
48 (e) [2:19] Yes?
49 (a) [2:20] And …
50 (c) [2:20] Yes.
51 (a) [2:21] … she got to [be friends] …
|nom f 3sg||acc refl clt||begin sg f L.part P|
52 (c) [2:22] Hey no, I’ll bring him a chair from over there.
|no||adrs||nom m 3sg||nom 1sg||fut||dat n 3sg clt||bring 1sg pres P||chair sg m||from||there adv|
53 (a) [2:22] … with her. [It’s] my daughter [you know]. She’s smiling ...
|with||acc f 3sg||nom f 3sg||3sg impf cop||daughter sg f||dat 1sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||smile sg f P.part P|
54 (c) [2:25] Sit [there], I’ll bring him a chair from outside.
|sit sg imv I||from||outside adv||fut||dat n 3sg clt||bring 1sg pres P||chair sg m|
55 (a) [2:25] ... and cheerful. That’s how she was.
|and||cheerful sg f adj||3sg impf cop||thus adv|
56 (c) [2:27] Please, have a seat.
|please sg hort||sit sg imv P|
57 (a) [2:28] [And] she said…
|say sg f L.part P|
58 (e) [2:29] Right [here], in your place?
|and||exactly adv||in||your sg n def adj||place sg n|
59 (c) [2:30] Right [here] in mine.
|exactly adv||in||my sg n def adj|
60 (a) [2:30] “That’s a Stakevtsi word.
|that sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt||of.Stakevtsi sg f adj||word sg f|
61 (e) [2:32] [unintelligible]
62 (c) [2:32] Who took the chair [that was] here?
|who sg m||acc m 3sg clt||take 3sg aor P||here adv||chair sg m def|
63 (a) [2:32] That’s why you’d never be able to guess [what it means].
|for||that sg n adj||nom 2sg||neg||can 2sg pres I||guess 2sg pres P||never adv|
64 (e) [2:34] [unintelligible]
65 (a) [2:35] It’s, you know, when a person falls down he gets all messed up
|disc||interr||person sg m||when conj||fall 3sg pres P||nom m 3sg||acc refl clt||mess.up 3sg pres P|
66 (a) [2:38] and crashes to the ground. So you see, it [means] mess and wreckage.”
|and||[...]||and||acc refl clt||crash sg m L.part P||on.ground adv||ost||dat 2sg clt||mess sg m||and||wreckage sg m|