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Title:dichos y buenos modales
tehuelche17
Usos cotidianos del tehuelche (aonekko 'a'ien) - homenaje a Dora Manchado
Contributor:Nicolas
Contributor (researcher):Javier
Maggie
Contributor (speaker):Dora
Coverage:Argentina
Description:Esta sesión se compone de dos videos donde se usan frases hechas: dichos y órdenes comunes conocidas como “buenos modales” en la clase media occidental. Para ciertas frases de este tipo se usa una estructura gramatical de un condicional simple. Ambos videos fueron grabados a la tarde en la cocina de Dora Manchado, mientras tomábamos el té. El primero, hecho el 25 de julio, es una conversación informal donde cada participante da ejemplos de cosas “que me decían en la casa” y Dora nos ayudaba a traducirlas en su lengua. El segundo video, grabado el 30 de julio, tiene que ver con “dichos” a partir de frases que Dora misma había pronunciado delante de los demás miembros de la comunidad. Por tratarse de frases fijas, nos interesaba particularmente la estructura gramatical, que se supone más conservadora. This session consists of two videos where idioms are used: proverbs and common orders known as "good manners" by a Western middle class. For some of these phrases the simple conditional is used, and that is the interest of these phrases from the grammatical point of view. Besides, we were curious whether Dora would find those ‘manners’ familiar, and whether she would contribute with some of her own (which she did only a little). Both videos were recorded in the afternoon in Dora Manchado’s kitchen, while we had tea. The first, done on July 25th, is an informal conversation where each participant gives examples of things "that they used to tell me at home" and Dora helped us translate them into her language. The second video, recorded on July 30, has to do with "idioms" that Dora herself had pronounced in front of the other members of the community. Being fixed phrases, we were particularly interested in the grammatical structure, which is supposed to be more conservative.
Dora Manchado was regarded as the 'last speaker' of her language.
Main researcher.
Nicolas Duval, BAC student on Anhtropology, Université de Montréal. He collaborated with the fieldwork, especially with filming and archiving, and much more.
Maggie Sood, MA in Documentary Linguistics, was a co-researcher in this project. She had already visited the community and worked with Dora Manchado in 2017, and had quickly gained her confidence.
Format:audio/x-wav
video/mp4
text/x-eaf+xml
Identifier:oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1285921
SG0547
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1285921%23
Publisher:Javier Domingo
Université de Montréal
Subject:phrase elicitation
Tehuelche language
Spanish language
Subject (ISO639):teh
spa
Type:Audio
Video

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Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1285921
DateStamp:  2019-04-25
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Citation: Dora (speaker); Javier (researcher); Nicolas; Maggie (researcher). n.d. Javier Domingo.
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Country: ArgentinaSpain
Area: AmericasEurope


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