Stančov Han 2

1 (b) [0:01]      The young people laugh at the old people [laughter]

young pl def adj with
old pl def adj
acc refl clt
laugh 3pl pres I probably adv

2 (TD)       Uh huh.

bkch

3 (b) [0:07]      because they can’t talk well. [sigh]

because
neg
can 3pl pres I
comp
talk 3pl pres I nicely adv

4 (TD)       Did you used to knit in the old days? Did you knit?

nom 2sg knit 2sg impf I
interr clt
one sg n adj time sg n knit 2sg impf I interr clt

5 (b) [0:12]      I used to knit.

knit 1sg impf I

6 (TD)       Hm.

bkch

7 (b) [0:14]      I used to knit, I used to spin, I used to weave.

knit 1sg impf I spin 1sg impf I weave 1sg impf I

8 (TD)       Everything.

everything sg n

9 (b) [0:17]      I used to do everything.

everything sg n do 1sg impf I

10 (TD)       Mm.

bkch

11 (b) [0:21]      Back then there weren’t balls, like we all throw balls around now [for play],

then adv impf neg exist ball pl f like now adv
comp
throw 1pl pres I ball pl f def
comp

12 (b) [0:29]      to – Back then it was the distaff. The distaff, and you’ll spin and you’ll weave and –

comp
then adv distaff sg f def distaff sg f def
and
fut spin 2sg pres I
and
fut weave 2sg pres I
and

13 (b) [0:34]      When I came – I married at age nineteen and came here

nom 1sg when conj come 1sg aor P
hes
nineteen year pl f
acc refl clt
marry 1sg aor P come 1sg aor P here adv

14 (b) [0:39]      and in the winter, we got what we’d [already] spun ready for weaving.

and
and
winter sg f def what sg n rel spin 1pl aor I arrange 1pl aor P
for
for
weave vbl.n I

15 (b) [0:51]      O.K. then. My mother-in-law says – she went out with the sheep –

hes
good adv but mother.in.law sg f def say 3sg pres P
disc
nom f 3sg go 3sg aor P
with
sheep pl f def

16 (b) [0:57]      and she said, “[Young] bride, you take this and wind it onto spool frame

and
and
say 3sg aor P bride sg f take sg imv P
and
acc 3pl clt
wind sg imv P
on
on
spool.frame sg f def

17 (b) [1:01]      on the spools, and [then] we’ll warp it.” And I untwisted it [and]

on
on
spool pl m def
and
fut
acc n 3sg clt
warp 1pl pres P
and
nom 1sg untwist 1sg aor P
acc n 3sg clt

18 (b) [1:08]      arranged it for the spools. And by the time she came back

arrange 1sg aor P
on
spool pl m def
and
until conj
dat refl clt
come 3sg pres P nom f 3sg

19 (b) [1:11]      I had warped it [already]. And when she came [she said] “Ah me, bride!

nom 1sg
and
acc n 3sg clt
warp 1sg aor P nom f 3sg when conj
dat refl clt
come 3sg aor P adrs bride sg f

20 (b) [1:14]      What have you [done] now? Who knows what you’ve done

what interr disc now adv who sg m interr know 3sg pres I what sg n interr
2sg pres aux clt
acc n 3sg clt
do sg f L.part P

21 (b) [1:17]      to waste the thread?

comp
acc f 3sg clt
spoil 2sg pres I yarn sg f def

22 (TD)       To do what to the thread?

what sg n interr
comp
do 2sg pres P yarn sg f def

23 (b) [1:21]      To not waste it. If it was done properly, you know! Whether

comp
neg
acc f 3sg clt
spoil 1sg pres I
comp
interr
3sg pres cop clt
[...]
correct adv adrs

24 (b) [1:20]      I’d done it properly. And when we put it onto –

[...]
interr correct adv 1sg pres aux clt
acc n 3sg clt
do sg f L.part P when conj
acc n 3sg clt
put 1pl aor P above

25 (b) [1:30]      onto the loom, she said, “Goodness, bride, when you – it’s as if [laughter]

on
loom sg m def nom f 3sg say 3sg pres P adrs bride sg f nom 2sg when conj
when inter.rel
and
interr clt

26 (b) [1:35]      you’ve been weaving for a hundred years!” [laughter] I said, “I had a mother to teach me!”

hundred year pl f
2sg pres aux clt
weave sg f L.part I say 1sg aor P have sg f L.part I 1sg pres aux clt mother sg f
comp
acc 1sg clt
teach 3sg pres I

27 (TD)       Uh huh. Was it your mother who taught you?

bkch
mother f sg
dat 2sg clt
interr clt
acc 2sg clt
3sg pres aux clt
teach sg f L.part I acc 2sg

28 (b) [1:46]      Well [of course] my mother taught me. But now when I look at them

disc
and
mother sg f
dat 1sg clt
acc 1sg clt
teach 3sg aor I
but
now adv when rel
acc 3pl clt
look 1sg pres I

29 (b) [1:52]      they don’t [even] start working. Always [throwing] balls!

disc
neg
catch 3sg pres I
hes
work sg f all.the.time adv ball sg f def
1 (b) [0:01]       mlàditi səs stàriti sə smèjət màj [laughter]

         The young people laugh at the old people [laughter]


2 (TD)       əmhəm

         Uh huh.


3 (b) [0:07]       štòt ni mòəd də prikàzvət ùbəwu [sigh]

         because they can’t talk well. [sigh]


4 (TD)       tì pletèše li ednò vrème pletèše l’

         Did you used to knit in the old days? Did you knit?


5 (b) [0:12]       plit’àx

         I used to knit.


6 (TD)       əm

         Hm.


7 (b) [0:14]       plit’àx prid’àx təčàh

         I used to knit, I used to spin, I used to weave.


8 (TD)       sìčku

         Everything.


9 (b) [0:17]       sìčku pràex

         I used to do everything.


10 (TD)       m

         Mm.


11 (b) [0:21]       tugàs n’àməše tòpki kɤt sigà də fɤ̀rl’əmi tòpkiti də

         Back then there weren’t balls, like we all throw balls around now [for play],


12 (b) [0:29]       də tugàs ùrkətə ùrkətə i šə prid’èš i šə təčèš i

         to – Back then it was the distaff. The distaff, and you’ll spin and you’ll weave and –


13 (b) [0:34]       às kətu dudòx ə d’iv’itnàese gudìni sə užènih dudòx tùkə

         When I came – I married at age nineteen and came here


14 (b) [0:39]       i i zìmata kvòtu pr’èduxmi nəgləsìxmi zə zə təkàni

         and in the winter, we got what we’d [already] spun ready for weaving.


15 (b) [0:51]       ə dubr’è əmə svikɤ̀rvətə kàe ɤ t’à utìdi s ufc’èti

         O.K. then. My mother-in-law says – she went out with the sheep –


16 (b) [0:57]       pək i kàzə bùlkə zimì či gu nəvìj nə nə kluv’ɤ̀tə

         and she said, “[Young] bride, you take this and wind it onto spool frame


17 (b) [1:01]       nə nə kəlmukànti i šə gu usnuv’èm i às rəssùkəx gu

         on the spools, and [then] we’ll warp it.” And I untwisted it [and]


18 (b) [1:08]       nəgləsìx nə kəlmukànt’i i dud’è si dòjdi t’à

         arranged it for the spools. And by the time she came back


19 (b) [1:11]       às i gu usnuvàx t’à kət si dud’è mɤ̀ri bùlka

         I had warped it [already]. And when she came [she said] “Ah me, bride!


20 (b) [1:14]       štò takòə sigà kòj znài kəkvò si gu nəpràilə

         What have you [done] now? Who knows what you’ve done


21 (b) [1:17]       də jə jərmòsəš pr’èždətə

         to waste the thread?


22 (TD)       kvò da napràiš pr’èždatḁ

         To do what to the thread?


23 (b) [1:21]       də nè jə jərmòsəm də dəlì e nəpra pràvilnu dè

         To not waste it. If it was done properly, you know! Whether


24 (b) [1:20]       də dəlì pràvilnu səm gu nəpràilə kəd gu tùrnəhmi nət

          I’d done it properly. And when we put it onto –


25 (b) [1:30]       na stənɤ̀ t’à kài məri bùlka tì kəd gà či li [laughter]

         onto the loom, she said, “Goodness, bride, when you – it’s as if [laughter]


26 (b) [1:35]       stò gudìni si təkàlə [laughter] rèku ìmələ səm màjkə də mə ùči [laughter]

         you’ve been weaving for a hundred years!” [laughter] I said, “I had a mother to teach me!”


27 (TD)       əəm màjka ti l’ te e ùčila tèbe

         Uh huh. Was it your mother who taught you?


28 (b) [1:46]       əm či màjkə mi me ùči̥ ə sigà kugàtu gi gl’èdəm

         Well [of course] my mother taught me. But now when I look at them


29 (b) [1:52]       tò ne ulàv’ə ə ràbutə s’è tòpkətə

         they don’t [even] start working. Always [throwing] balls!


1 (b) [0:01]       мла̀дити сәс ста̀рити сә смѐйәт ма̀й [смях]

2 (TD)       əмhəм

3 (b) [0:07]       што̀т ни мо̀əд дә прика̀звәт у̀бəўу [въздишка]

4 (TD)       тѝ плетѐше ли едно̀ врѐме плетѐше л’

5 (b) [0:12]       плит’а̀х

6 (TD)       əм

7 (b) [0:14]       плит’а̀х прид’а̀х тәча̀h

8 (TD)       сѝчку

9 (b) [0:17]       сѝчку пра̀ех

10 (TD)       м

11 (b) [0:21]       туга̀с н’а̀мәше то̀пки кът сига̀ дә фъ̀рл’əми то̀пкити дə

12 (b) [0:29]       дə туга̀с у̀ркәтә у̀ркәтә и шə прид’ѐш и шə тәчѐш и

13 (b) [0:34]       а̀с кәту дудо̀х ə д’ив’итна̀есе гудѝни сә ужѐниh дудо̀х ту̀кә

14 (b) [0:39]       и и зѝмата кво̀ту пр’ѐдухми нәгләсѝхми зә зә тәка̀ни

15 (b) [0:51]       ə дубр’ѐ әмә свикъ̀рвәтә ка̀е ъ т’а̀ утѝди с уфц’ѐти

16 (b) [0:57]       пәк и ка̀зә бу̀лкә зимѝ чи гу нәвѝй нә нə клув’ъ̀тә

17 (b) [1:01]       нә нə кәлмука̀нти и шә гу уснув’ѐм и а̀с рәссу̀кәх гу

18 (b) [1:08]       нәгләсѝх нә кәлмука̀нт’и и дуд’ѐ си до̀йди т’а̀

19 (b) [1:11]       а̀с и гу уснува̀х т’а̀ кәт си дуд’ѐ мъ̀ри бу̀лка

20 (b) [1:14]       што̀ такòə сига̀ ко̀й зна̀и кәкво̀ си гу нәпра̀илә

21 (b) [1:17]       дә йə йәрмо̀сәш пр’ѐждәтә

22 (TD)       кво̀ да напра̀иш пр’ѐждата̭

23 (b) [1:21]       дә нѐ йә йәрмо̀сәм дə дәлѝ е нәпра пра̀вилну дѐ

24 (b) [1:20]       дə дəлѝ пра̀вилну сәм гу нәпра̀илә кәд гу ту̀рнәhми нəт

25 (b) [1:30]       на стәнъ̀ т’а̀ ка̀и мәри бу̀лка тѝ кәд га̀ чи ли [смях]

26 (b) [1:35]       сто̀ гудѝни си тәка̀лә [смях] рѐку ѝмәлә сәм ма̀йкә дә мә у̀чи [смях]

27 (TD)       əəм ма̀йка ти л’ те е у̀чила тѐбе

28 (b) [1:46]       әм чи ма̀йкә ми ме у̀чи̭ ә сига̀ куга̀ту ги гл’ѐдәм

29 (b) [1:52]       то̀ не ула̀в’ә ə ра̀бутә с’ѐ то̀пкәтә

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Recommended Model for Citations

Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)
Babjak 1: 13-15. In: Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)

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