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Title:a Tomsk Tatar and a Kalmak Tatar describe the picture book "Frog, Where Are You?", each in her own variety
Contributor (consultant):Lyutsiya Sadykova
Alfira Sadykova (Karymova)
Contributor (researcher):Valeriya Lemskaya
Coverage:Russian Federation
Description:a Tomsk Tatar and a Kalmak Tatar describe the picture book "Frog, Where Are You?", each in her own variety. Speaker 1 is Lyutsiya Zinurovna Sadykova. Lyutsiya born in 1958, mother is of Siberian Tatars. The daughter of Lyutsiya does not want to speak Tatar from the kindergarten. Lyutsiya lives in the closed city of Seversk, now she speaks little Tatar. Lyutsiya was born in the village of Yurty Kazanskiye. Since 1968, she has been living in the city of Tomsk, then in Seversk. The mother of Lyutsiya, Nuriya Sadykova, born in 1932. She used to communicate with the sister of Alfira in Tatar. At school, the children among themselves spoke Tatar. Though the teacher himself was Tatar, the teaching was in Russian. The school was a primary school. Speaker 2 is Alfira Muharamovna Karimov (Sadykova). Alfira, born in 1953, was born in the village of Yurty Konstantinovy. Her father, Mukharam Abdulganeevich Karymov, was of Kazan Tatar-Mishars, born in 1925. Grandfather was a mullah. Mother Ahmima Ramazanovna Lazareva, Kalmak, born in 1925. All the children of the parents except the older brother spoke in the language of their mother. The daughter of Alfira understands Tatar, but does not speak well, also since the kindergarten times. Since 1974 Alfira has been living in Tomsk. The village is large, on the one side lived Tatars, on the other side - Russians. She learned to speak Russian on the street, Russian children also spoke Tatar. Her colleague is a Tatar from the village of Berezovaya Rechka (Kazan Tatars live there), their dialect is different, so they spoke Russian with each other. The school was of 8 grades.
Tomsk Tatar (Eushta-Chat, Kalmak)
born in the village of Kazanka near Tomsk, started ti study in the local school with education in Tatar, learned Russian when very young; is an enthusiast of her language
born in the village of Yurty Konstantinovy, Yashkino District, Kemerovo Region, moved to Tomsk in 1974; mother was a Kalmak and father a Mishar Tatar, kids in the family all spoke mother's variety
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1281903%23
Publisher:Valeriya Lemskaya
Nazarbayev University
Tatar language
Subject (ISO639):tat


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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1281903
DateStamp:  2019-05-31
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Citation: Valeriya Lemskaya (researcher); Lyutsiya Sadykova (consultant); Alfira Sadykova (Karymova) (consultant). 2017-10-17. Valeriya Lemskaya.
Terms: area_Europe country_RU iso639_tat

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Country: Russian Federation
Area: Europe

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