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Gela 2

2 (a) vìš drùguš jadɛ̀ha grùba hranà əmə beha pò jɛki nəròdə hòrata
Look, earlier on [people] used to eat coarse food. But people were healthier.

3 (b) pək əzgà sladkᶤìšɤ pò drùgi i i nèma drùgučɛ̀šen čuvɛ̀k ɛ̀dar
But now sweets and other [stuff], and there’s no old-time sturdy people

42 (a) nèma da go nakùsa nvà a nugà gu edɛ̀a i hùbavo bìlo
They won’t [find] any taste in it. But back then they ate, and it was good.

43 (a) pək ezgà lìzneš màlku tùr'at tɤ slàtku nakìva ud ednò drùgo
But now you lick a bit, they put all this sugar in, and other things,

44 (a) i ti se e nè jɛ̀lu če nèmaš sì [unintelligible]
And you don’t feel like eating. You don’t have [unintelligible]

46 (a) ta tugàva nemɛ̀ takìva slatkᶤìši tɔ̀rn'em na širòka.lɤka
but back then there weren’t such sweet things. We set out for Shiroka Lŭka

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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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