1 (c) [0:00] Let me tell you, he often surprises me and insists on talking to me.
|comp||dat 2pl clt||say 1sg pres I||nom m 3sg||acc 1sg||often adv||just adv||acc 1sg clt||step 3sg pres P|
2 (c) [0:03] I don’t have time to talk. But he keeps on insisting
|nom 1sg||not.have 1sg pres I||when interr||comp||talk 1sg pres I||nom m 3sg||acc 1sg clt||just adv||step 3sg pres P|
3 (c) [0:06] that we talk and starts telling me [something] from an old book [of his]
|and||comp||talk 1pl pres I||comp||dat 1sg clt||say 3sg pres I||one acc sg f adj||old acc sg f adj||book acc sg f|
4 (c) [0:10] (he won’t give [me] the book) – such things are written down [there].
|nom m 3sg||book acc sg f def||fut neg||comp||give 3sg pres P||and||such pl adj||thing pl f||3sg pres aux clt||write sg n L.part I|
5 (EU) Uh huh.
6 (d) [0:18] Well, didn’t he write about these things [we’ve been discussing]?
|disc||interr||3sg pres aux clt||write sg m L.part I||for||this pl med adj||thing pl f|
7 (c) [0:19] Huh?
8 (d) [0:20] Did he write about weddings?
|for||wedding pl f def||interr clt||3sg pres aux clt||write sg m L.part I|
9 (c) [0:21] [He wrote] about these – [It was] in Granitovo, that used to be Turkish. In Granitovo –
|for||this pl med adj||in||Granitovo sg n place||rel||be sg n L.part||Turkish sg n adj||in||Granitovo sg n place|
10 (VZh) In Kaluger, as they used to call it?
|in||Kaluger sg m place||rel||acc n 3sg clt||call 3pl impf I||more||early adv|
11 (c) [0:29] Nikola, uh, says –
|Nikola sg m name||hes||3sg pres I|
12 (VZh) Kaluger! Wasn’t Kaluger its former name?
|Kaluger sg m name||interr||Kaluger sg m name||dat m 3sg clt||3sg pres cop clt||old sg n def adj||name sg n|
13 (c) [0:34] That’s right, it’s Kaluger now. So these Turks went off to ask a girl’s hand [in marriage].
|disc||thus adv||3sg pres cop clt||Kaluger sg m place||now adv||and||go pl L.part P||Turk pl m||comp||want 3pl pres I||girl acc sg f|
14 (c) [0:40] Fine, but her father wasn’t going to let [that happen] – that she could marry a Turk.
|good adv||but||father sg m def||neg||give 3sg pres I||comp||go 3sg pres P||for||Turk acc sg m|
15 (c) [0:45] What could they do? They messed about, did this and that, hid a bit, but to no avail.
|what sg n interr||fut||do 3pl pres I||revolve pl L.part I||do pl L.part I||hide pl L.part I||acc refl clt||neg||can pres imprs|
16 (c) [0:49] The Turks were very insistent on having her. And he [laughter] he – Well,
|already adv||Turk pl m def||insist 3pl pres I||comp||acc f 3sg clt||take 3pl pres P||and||nom m 3sg||nom m 3sg||then adv|
17 (c) [0:55] what were they going to do? They prepared – like we’ve just been talking about –
|what sg n interr||fut||do 3pl pres P||prepare pl L.part P||how conj||now adv||rel||talk 1pl pres I|
18 (c) [0:59] they prepared food and drink, since the Turks were coming for the agreement.
|prepare pl L.part P||food sg n||drink sg n||and||Turk pl m def||fut||come 3pl pres P||for||agreement sg m|
19 (c) [1:03] The Turks came [to conclude] the agreement. And while the Turks ate and drank inside,
|come pl L.part P||Turk pl m def||for||agreement sg m||while conj||nom 3pl||eat pl L.part I||and||drink pl L.part I||Turk pl m def||in||room acc sg f|
20 (c) [1:10] outside they ( = her people) were preparing everything so as to escape. And when –
|nom 3pl||dat refl clt||outside adv||everything sg n||prepare pl L.part P||comp||escape 3pl pres I||and||when conj|
21 (b) [1:15] The Turks, [by now quite] drunk, hoisted the bride and her parents into the carriage,
|drink pl L.part P||acc refl clt||Turk pl m def||hoist 3pl pres P||bride acc sg f def||and||mother sg f||father sg m||in||carriage acc sg f def|
22 (d) [1:23] [unintelligible]
23 (c) [1:24] And by the time they got – The others stayed
|while conj||nom 3pl||here adv||comp||acc refl clt||[...]||and||other sg m adj||remain pl L.part P|
24 (c) [1:27] and messed around with the house, and then set it on fire.
|and||do.such pl L.part P||house acc sg f def med||with||such sg n adj||and||set.fire pl L.part P|
25 (c) [1:31] By the time they came to their senses, some were burnt and some escaped.
|while conj||nom 3pl||comp||acc refl clt||come.around 3pl pres P||one sg n adj||burn sg n L.part P||one sg n adj||escape sg n L.part P|
26 (c) [1:35] They’d gotten past Kula, and escaped across the border there.
|pass pl L.part P||Kula sg f place||there adv||across||border acc sg f||and||run.away pl L.part P|
27 (EU) Uh huh.
28 (c) [1:39] That name, well it’s Anta [who] tells me all this. A book –
|disc||name sg n def||disc||this sg n med adj||everything sg n||dat 1sg clt||say 3sg pres I||Anta sg m name||and||book acc sg f|
29 (EU) [unintelligible]
30 (c) [1:44] books, he’s written books, [but] I don’t know what [about]. “When will you come,”
|book pl f||3sg pres aux clt||write sg m L.part P||neg||know 1sg pres I||what sg n interr||when interr||fut||come 2sg pres P|
31 (c) [1:48] [he says] “so I can read them to you?” “Get out,” [I answer], “leave me alone.
|comp||dat 2sg clt||acc n 3sg clt||read 1sg pres I||adrs||hort||leave sg imv P||dat 1sg clt||acc refl clt||from.head adv|
32 (c) [1:50] What [do you have] that you could read to me?”
|what sg n interr||fut||dat 1sg clt||read 2sg pres I|