1 (GK) Is there some humorous incident that you recall from –
|some sg f adj||funny sg f adj||incident sg f||recall 2sg pres I||interr clt||acc refl clt||from||thus adv|
2 (b) [0:05] What?
3 (GK) Some humorous incident – that you remember happening
|funny sg f adj||incident sg f||some sg f adj||comp||acc refl clt||recall 2sg pres I||comp||3sg pres aux clt||become sg f L.part I|
4 (GK) in – in the village, in your youth.
|in||in||village sg n def||in||in||young pl adj||year f pl|
5 (b) [0:12] In – in my youth.
|in||in||[...]||young pl adj||year pl f|
6 (GK) In your youth, or maybe –
|in||young pl adj||year f pl||or||disc|
7 (b) [0:15] In my youth, for instance, there’d be a girl who wasn’t given [in marriage]
|in||young pl adj||year pl f||for.instance adv||pres exist||girl sg n||rel||neg||acc f 3sg clt||give 3pl pres I|
8 (b) [0:19] to the boy that she wanted [to marry] …
|to||this sg m adj||young.man sg m||who acc sg m||want 3sg pres I|
9 (GK) Yes?
10 (b) [0:22] [And so] she would elope with him.
|nom f 3sg||dat m 3sg clt||elope 3sg pres I|
11 (GK) How [did she do it]?
12 (b) [0:24] Well, just like that.
13 (IV) She’d run off with him.
|escape 3sg pres I||with||acc m 3sg|
14 (b) [0:27] She’d run off with him.
|escape 3sg pres I||with||acc m 3sg|
15 (GK) Aha. Well, did this [sort of thing] happen often?
|disc||disc||often adv||interr clt||acc m 3sg clt||happen 3sg impf I||this sg n adj|
16 (b) [0:32] It happened! They would even elope [directly] from the dance.
|happen 3sg impf I||disc||how interr||from||round.dance sg n def||even adv||elope 3sg pres I|
17 (GK) Ah?
18 (b) [0:35] They’d elope even from the dance.
|from||round.dance sg n def||even adv||elope 3sg pres I|
19 (GK) Because yesterday we were in a [certain village], and there
|because||yesterday adv||1pl impf cop||in||one sg n adj||village sg n||there adv|
20 (GK) we spoke with three or four grannies, and all of them said
|with||three||four||grandmother pl f||speak 1pl aor I||dat refl clt||all pl def||call 3sg pres I|
21 (GK) “We’re all of us here runaway brides!”
|nom 1pl||all pl def||here adv||1pl pres cop clt||runaway.bride pl f|
22 (b) [0:45] Well, the only [thing] I remembered from here – it’s not my uncle –
|disc||disc||only adv||nom 1sg||remember 1sg aor P||there adv||neg||3sg pres cop clt||our sg m adj||uncle sg m|
23 (b) [0:53] but in the neighborhood three houses away from us.
|thus adv||in||neighborhood sg f def||across||three||house pl f||1pl pres cop clt|
24 (b) [0:56] My mother had dressed up their daughter when their father died
|my sg f def adj||mother sg f||3sg pres aux clt||dress.up sg f L.part I||their sg f def adj||daughter sg f||when rel||father sg m||dat 3pl clt||3sg pres aux clt||die sg m L.part P|
25 (b) [1:02] She dressed like her father, and sister Velichka also got dressed.
|on||acc m 3sg||acc refl clt||dress.again sg f L.part I||and||acc refl clt||dress sg f L.part P||older.sister sg f||Velichka sg f name|
26 (b) [1:06] And [it was] her sister [who] ran off with a hired worker in –
|and||her sg f def adj||sister sg f||elope 3sg aor P||on||one sg m adj||worker sg m||in|
27 (b) [1:10] He wasn’t [hired out] because [his] people were poor; [in fact] they had property.
|nom m 3sg||neg||that conj||poor pl adj||people pl def||property sg n||have 3pl pres I|
28 (b) [1:15] But [there were] many brothers, so their father started hiring them out.
|but||many adv||brother pl m||begin sg m L.part P||comp||acc 3pl clt||negotiate 3sg pres I||worker pl m||father sg m def|
29 (b) [1:20] So she eloped. And we knew about it. My sister Dobra and I, when we were little,
|and||nom f 3sg||elope 3sg pres I||disc||and||nom 1pl||know 1pl impf I||nom 1pl||as||little pl adj||with||Dobra sg f name|
30 (b) [1:24] we watched when she went off with him, when she eloped. He …
|see 1pl impf I||when rel||when inter.rel||go 3sg aor P||nom f 3sg||with||acc m 3sg||when inter.rel||elope 3sg aor P||nom m 3sg|
31 (GK) [cough]
32 (b) [1:29] … left the place where he’d been a worker; he was at our grandfather’s,
|emerge 3sg aor P||emerge sg m L.part P||[...]||rel||3sg impf cop||worker sg m||nom m 3sg||3sg impf cop||at||grandfather's.cohort pl.t|
33 (b) [1:34] at my grandfather’s cousin’s: he was a worker at Grandpa Godyo’s,
|at||of||my sg m def adj||grandfather sg m||at||cousin sg m def||grandfather sg m||Godyo sg m name||3sg impf cop||worker sg m|
34 (b) [1:37] We were little, but we caught on that they were in love.
|disc||nom 1pl||little pl adj||1pl impf cop||but||realize 1pl impf I||acc refl clt||that conj||acc refl clt||love 3pl pres I|
35 (GK) Ah.
36 (b) [1:41] That one, [the lover of] sister Mariona, he stepped out from behind the stable,
|and||that sg m adj||older.sister sg f||Maryona sg f name||nom m 3sg||pass 3sg aor P||from||stable sg m def|
37 (b) [1:44] she nodded to him that they [should] go to the gates [near] Tsarigrad Road.
|and||nom f 3sg||dat m 3sg clt||turn 3sg aor P||head sg f def||comp||go 3pl pres P||[…]||to||gate pl f def||Tsarigrad sg n def adj||road sg n|
38 (b) [1:48] Indeed, our gates are right by Tsarigrad Road.
|disc||thus adv||disc||dat refl clt||3sg pres cop clt||our pl def adj||gate pl f||like rel||3sg pres cop clt||and||Tsarigrad sg n def adj||road sg n|
39 (b) [1:52] And he had put on these clothes and when she dressed up – she’d dressed up,
|and||nom m 3sg||dat refl clt||dress sg m L.part P||clothing pl f def||and||nom f 3sg||when conj||dress.up 3sg pres I||dress.up sg f P.part P|
40 (b) [1:56] but when she swept [in the house] – we put on these coveralls we call “coats”,
|but||where rel||sweep sg f L.part I||interr||put.on 1pl impf I||one pl adj||such pl adj||call 1pl pres I||dat 3pl clt||coat pl f|
41 (b) [2:01] like the ones now except ours were hand-woven, not purchased.
|like||today's pl def adj||hes||our pl def adj||3pl impf cop||weave sg n P.part I||only adv||that conj||neg||3sg pres cop clt||buy sg n P.part P|
42 (b) [2:07] I said, “Look at sister Mariona, at the dress she is wearing
|call 1sg pres I||older.sister sg f||Maryona sg f name||comp||see 2sg pres P||with||hes||dress sg f def||call 1sg pres I||dress sg f P.part P|
43 (b) [2:13] She has no jacket on, she’s just wearing a dress. But you [need to] see,” I said,
|not||3sg pres cop clt||with||jacket sg m||but||with||dress sg f def||dress sg f P.part P||comp||see 2sg pres P||call 1sg pres I|
44 (b) [2:17] “that she’s going off.” “Ha, she’s going! How could she?” “Well, you’ll see –
|that conj||fut||go 3sg pres P||excl||fut||go 3sg pres P||how interr||will sg f L.part||hes||comp||see 2sg pres P|
45 (b) [2:20] just look.” And I said that I’d heard from sister Irina – I can tell you that
|look sg imv I||and||say 1sg aor P||hear 1sg aor P||and||from||older.sister sg f||Irina sg f name||comp||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres P|
46 (b) [2:24] she’s really from our people; all the others are outsiders,
|from||truly adv||from||our sg m def adj||root sg m||but||nom 3pl||all pl def adj||people pl||3pl pres cop clt||foreign pl adj|
47 (b) [2:27] ours have only dressed them, [like] when Mom had dressed up their [girl],
|only adv||3pl pres aux clt||dress pl L.part I||our pl def adj||Mom sg f||dat refl clt||dress.up 3sg pres I||their sg f def adj||dat refl clt|
48 (b) [2:33] [the one] smaller than her (Mariona). So I say, “You should know –”. And she –
|more||little sg f adj||from||acc f 3sg||call 1sg pres I||comp||know 2sg pres I||that conj||nom f 3sg|
49 (b) [2:37] “Yeah, sure. How could it be?” And I went – I said “Tyana, you know,
|disc||yes||how interr||will sg n L.part||and||go 1sg aor P||call 1sg pres I||Tyana voc sg f name||know 2sg pres I||interr clt|
50 (b) [2:41] I’m going to tell you something straight to the point.” And she said,
|fut||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres P||one sg n adj||on||on||one sg n adj||nom f 3sg||call 3sg pres I|
51 (b) [2:43] “What are you going to tell me?” I said, “I’ll tell you – and you should know
|what sg n interr||fut||dat 1sg clt||say 2sg pres P||call 1sg pres I||fut||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres P||and||comp||know 2sg pres I|
52 (b) [2:46] that it’s true,” I said. “I never utter, never tell, [anything] untruthful,” I said.
|that conj||3sg pres cop clt||true sg n adj||call 1sg pres I||not.true sg n adj||nom 1sg||neg||pronounce 1sg pres I||neither||say 1sg pres I||call 1sg pres I|
53 (b) [2:50] “Grandpa Godyo [told] me – I don’t have my own grandfather, but [he’s]
|acc 1sg||grandfather sg m||Godyo sg m name||nom 1sg||not.have 1sg pres I||my sg m adj||dat refl clt||grandfather sg m||but|
54 (b) [2:53] my grandfather’s cousin – Grandpa Godyo always advised us thus:
|grandfather sg m||of||grandfather sg m||cousin sg m def||disc||grandfather sg m||Godyo sg m name||thus adv||acc 1pl clt||advise 3sg pres I|
55 (b) [2:59] ‘No lying! And never to say such things to anybody [as]
|neither||lie vbl.n I||neither||neither||such pl adj||thing pl f||to||someone acc sg m||comp||say 2sg pres P|
56 (b) [3:02] “Oh, today such and such happened, and then this other thing –” ' ”.
|excl||today adv||this sg n adj||such sg n adj||become sg n L.part P||there adv||then adv||other sg n adj|