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Brŭšljan 1

96 (a) gurìte ne [cough] ne sɤ̀ bilì tòlkuvə put kuntròl
the forests weren– [cough] weren’t so heavily, [let’s say], regulated.

97 (a) kətu fàne sn'àk è zəpòčvət c'àlə l'èntə tùkə
And when snow comes, well – they begin – a whole swath [of trees]

98 (a) š'e se pòčne sekɤ̀t i fc'ɛ̀ti gi brəst'àxə səz brɤ̀s
begins to be cut down, and they would feed the sheep the offshoots

99 (a) ud guràtə kàktu segà də kàž'em
from the forest, like now, you might say.

Malevo/Asg 2

34 (VZh) [...]
[Did you go out into the woods to get lumber?]

35 (b) nər’àtku òdeh nər’àtku ìməh mùl’e i məgàre
Rarely. I would rarely go [out there]. I had a mule and a donkey, and

36 (b) ìdə dòkərə gàt gi ìzrəbote tuàə pàk
[If I go], I go, bring it back, and when I use it all up [I go] again.

Mogilica 3

15 (a) tè bəlkàn stànə zem'ɔ̀tə
all the [fields] – the land became wooded Balkan [landscape].

17 (a) dɛ̀tu imɛ̀hme tərlì də ràdə žìtu tò sə zəràste
Where we once had “torli” (fields) that would bear grain – it all got overgrown.

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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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