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Title:Kam Vang – Grammatical Recordings (2014)
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Kam Vang
Date Created:2014-06-11
Description:Nine recordings in which Mr Kam Vang demonstrates some examples of Hahchum grammar. This consists of 9 video files: nst-hcm_20140611_09_SM_JVC_KamVang_Agreement nst-hcm_20140611_14_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_01_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_02_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_03_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_04_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_05_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_06_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar nst-hcm_20140612_07_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-hcm_20140611_09_SM_JVC_KamVang_Agreement_Duration 12’10”, Verbal system, TAM marking and agreement. This is notated in Haqchum Agreement system.doc nst-hcm_20140611_14_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 2’31”, Verbal system, the causatives. These are marked by a postverbal particle ʒyt nst-hcm_20140612_01_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 11’30”, Further discussion of the verbal system; demonstrating the comination of nominal and verbal forms, as akat kaa–tak ‘going, I went’. This was given in Shecyü as akai kiz kangf. pvn naam ‘before’ Other verbs were checked and some alternating pairs found, such as laughing nye nit ni kang ‘I am laughing’ nst-hcm_20140612_02_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 8’31”, Discussion about tones, and which words are similar to mang ‘corpse’ and which to mang ‘dream’. The words for kinship terms, which were in the combination of nye ‘1sg.poss’ show tone variations on the possession. nst-hcm_20140612_03_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 0’24”, Demonstrating the tonal differences on the possessive marker with kinship terms, showing the tone levels with his hands nst-hcm_20140612_04_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 0’24”, Demonstrating the numbers with hands showing the tone levels nst-hcm_20140612_05_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 2’40”, Some common phrases in Haqchum (also video) nst-hcm_20140612_06_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 6’17”, Classifiers nst-hcm_20140612_07_SM_JVC_KamVang_Grammar_Duration 1’27”, About the kind of songs that people sing. They used to sing kukat se
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/0014492d-6abc-4669-b521-ff7e8677d63c
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Haqchum variety
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Shechhue variety (general name Shangke)
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Haqchum variety
English language
Tangsa - Shechhue variety (general name Shangke)
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):MovingImage


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Citation: Kam Vang (consultant); Stephen Morey (compiler). 2014-06-11. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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