1 (a) [0:00] Well, back in the old days when my man and I were courting –
|disc||one sg n adj||time sg n||when inter.rel||acc refl clt||love 1pl impf I||nom 1pl||with||my sg m def prox adj||person sg m|
2 (a) [0:05] he was in a wedding party, and so was I, when we began to fall in love.
|nom m 3sg||3sg impf cop||best man sg m||nom 1sg||1sg impf cop||maid of honor sg f||when rel||begin 1pl aor P||comp||acc refl clt||make love 1pl pres I|
3 (a) [0:12] We began courting, and we courted for three years. He went off to do his military service,
|and||fall in love 1pl aor P||acc refl clt||love 1pl aor I||acc refl clt||three||year pl f||nom m 3sg||go 3sg aor P||solider sg m|
4 (a) [0:17] and got angry at me. I meet one morning with a girl, with a group –
|anger 3sg aor P||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||meet 1sg pres I||nom 1sg||one sg f adj||morning sg f||with||girl pl f||with||company sg f|
5 (a) [0:26] I’d set out with such anticipation to meet them. And he called me,
|nom 1sg||1sg pres aux clt||set out sg f L.part P||with||such sg n med adj||disposition sg n||comp||acc 3pl clt||meet 1sg pres P||and||acc 1sg clt||call 3sg aor P|
6 (a) [0:31] “Come to our [place], our [ritual] kin Georgi has come. And I say,
|hort||say 3sg pres I||towards||acc 1pl||because||come sg m L.part P||in-law sg m def med||Georgi sg m name||and||nom 1sg||dat refl clt||call 1sg pres I|
7 (a) [0:36] “You go ahead,” I say, “I’ll go and get dressed up here,
|walk sg imv I||dat refl clt||call 1sg pres I||nom 2sg||nom 1sg||comp||go 1sg pres P||comp||acc refl clt||prepare 1sg pres P||at||acc 1pl|
8 (a) [0:41] and then I’ll come”. So I set out from there. “But,” he said,
|and||then med adv||fut||come 1sg pres P||then med adv||set out 1sg aor P||from.there adv||but||call 3sg pres I|
9 (a) [0:45] “there’s [many] girls and ‘heroes’ (= boys) at our place. Make sure,” he said,
|at||acc 1pl||pres exist||girl pl f||and||hero pl m||and||look sg imv I||say 3sg pres I|
10 (a) [0:48] “that you enter [properly, as did Georgi], because nobody saw my ritual kin Georgi
|how interr||fut||enter 2sg pres P||because||in law sg m def||dat 1sg clt||Georgi sg m name||acc m 3sg clt||nobody sg m||neg||3sg pres aux clt||see sg m L.part|
11 (a) [0:51] when he came. And I – from there downhill into some rose-hip bushes,
|when inter.rel||3sg pres aux clt||come sg m L.part P||and||nom 1sg||then med adv||from.there adv||downwards adv||atop||one pl adj||rosehip bush pl f|
12 (a) [0:56] around some meadows, into a riverbed, [all] in my socks: I went and hid,
|under||one pl adj||meadow pl f||along||one sg f adj||river sg f||by||slipper pl m||go 1sg aor P||and||hide 1sg aor P||acc refl clt|
13 (a) [1:02] and nobody saw me. Fine, but when I went to go in, how can I go in?
|and||nobody sg m||acc 1sg clt||neg||see 3sg aor P||nice adv||but||when inter.rel||enter 1sg aor P||how interr||comp||enter 1sg pres P|
14 (a) [1:05] We hadn’t seen each other for three years. I was both ashamed and frightened.
|disc||three||year pl f||acc refl clt||1pl pres aux clt||neg||see pl L.part I||acc 1sg||acc 1sg clt||both||shame sg m||both||fear sg m|
15 (a) [1:09] So I went to his sister’s, and she took me in.
|then med adv||go 1sg aor P||to||sister sg m||dat m 3sg clt||and||nom f 3sg||acc 1sg clt||lead in 3sg aor P|
16 (a) [1:18] Don’t ask me how we greeted each other. My eyes were swollen up from shame.
|how interr||acc refl clt||1pl aux||sg neg hort||sg neg hort||ask inf I||dat 1sg clt||dat 1sg clt||eye pl n def med||from||shame sg m|
17 (a) [Do you spin?]
18 (a) [1:25] Ah! There are so many grannies that spin faster than I do
|and||how.many interr||grandmother pl f||pres exist||and||more||fast adv||spin 3pl pres I||from||acc 1sg|
19 (a) [1:28] [that] I started to be unable to spin!
|nom 1sg||take 1sg aor P||comp||neg||can 1sg pres I||comp||spin 1sg pres I|
20 (a) [What do you use to reap with?]
21 (a) [1:30] I [normally] reap with a sickle, but when I don’t have a swaphook,
|nom 1sg||reap 1sg pres I||with||sickle sg m||but||when inter.rel||not.have 1sg pres I||swaphook sg f|
22 (a) [1:33] then I can’t reap even with the sickle, [so] I [just] pull it out.
|and||neg||can 1sg pres I||and||with||sickle sg m||comp||reap 1sg pres I||pull 1sg pres I||acc n 3sg clt|
23 (a) [Do you meet with friends frequently?]
24 (a) [1:37] We frequently meet with friends, with [other] grannies. When we arrange
|nom 1pl||acc refl clt||often adv||meet 1pl pres I||with||female friend pl f def prox||with||grandmother pl f def prox||when inter.rel||set up 1pl pres P|
25 (a) [1:42] conversational get-togethers on the main road, we sit there for around three hours.
|conversation sg m||on||road sg m def dist||and||by||three||hour ct m||sit 1pl pres|
26 (a) [1:46] It doesn’t occur to us to go our separate ways.
|neg||come 3sg pres I||in.mind adv||comp||acc refl clt||part ways 1pl pres P|
27 (a) [1:47] [laughter]
28 (a) [When do you gather mushrooms?]
29 (a) [1:48] When it rains, nice mushrooms come out, and we gather [them]. But this year
|when inter.rel||precipitate 3sg pres I||rain sg m||and||arise 3pl pres I||nice pl f adj||mushroom pl f||and||gather 1pl pres I||but||this sg f prox adj||year sg f|
30 (a) [1:51] there’s a drought and we haven’t tasted anything. No mushrooms at all this year.
|3sg pres cop clt||drought sg f||nothing sg n||neg||taste 1pl aor P||no.sort sg f adj||mushroom sg f||exist impf neg||this sg f prox adj||year sg f|