transportation of goods

Leštak 1

24 (a) kàk je òti jɛ̀ səm kàrəl dɤ̀ski
what it was like, since I [myself] transported lumber.

26 (a) à jɛ̀ šə t kàžə kàk e idɛ̀hme zə edìn dèn
Well, I did, and I’ll tell you how. We’d go and in a single day

27 (a) dukàrəhme dɤ̀skite ut sləvèinu zə dvà dèn’ə vəf kìril i benkòvski
we’d bring lumber from Slavieno. Two days to Kiril and Benkovsky,

28 (a) utkàrəme i sə vɤ̀rneme ubàč’e zìməhme pètstòtin kilà càrvicə
there and back. And – mark this – we’d take five hundred kilos of corn

29 (a) s ədìn kùrs
in a single run.

31 (a) ɤ̀ v gudìnətə kətu nəpràiš š’ès s’èdem kùrsə prez l’ɛ̀tunu i
Hah! So if you make six or seven runs in the summer,

32 (a) i càlənə gudìnə si pučìvəš ə sià kòlku tr’àbvə də rəbòtiš
then you can take it easy the whole year. But now, how much do you have to work

33 (a) də z’ɤ̀meš pètstotin kilà càrevicə kòlku vrème tr’àbvə də rəbòtiš à
to get five hundred kilos of corn? How much time do you have to put in? Huh?

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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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