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Title:Ngo Pung – Grammatical Recordings
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Ngo Pung
Date Created:2014-06-03
Description:Nine recordings in which Mr Ngo Pung demonstrates some grammatical features in the Hacheng variety of Tangsa. This includes 9 sound files: nst-hah_20140603_01_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140603_03_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140603_05_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140607_01_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140607_02_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140607_07_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140607_08_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140607_09_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar nst-hah_20140607_10_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-hah_20140603_01_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 1’53”, The word for ‘sleep’ nst-hah_20140603_03_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 1’16”, Tones on the nominalised forms of verbs with final stops. Most are 2nd tone, like naa² ‘paddy field’, but enter nyip¹ and anyip³, the nominalised form was said to be third tone. nst-hah_20140603_05_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 12’21”, Agreement markers elicited with the verb khwiz ‘see’. Note that in the future tense, the forms a-V-AGR, the verbs kaz ‘go’ and khwiz ‘see’ change to tone 2, as a-kax and akhwix. The future agreement markers carry tone 2, marked as -x nst-hah_20140607_01_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 2’38”, About the word questions word taaiz, in the text nst-hah_20140305_01_SM_JVC_Sainuk_SahwiSaiStory, line 14 nst-hah_20140607_02_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 3’11”, The habitual/continous forms, -lak, -liq, -loq, -lit, -laq. The forms –loq and –lit are the imperative forms nst-hah_20140607_07_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 2’06”, About the word shenx, ashenc ‘knowing’ nst-hah_20140607_08_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 1’34”, About the word lumc, which is some kind of auxiliary. We could not explain the meaning of this word nst-hah_20140607_09_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 3’25”, About the kə- prefix, ‘middle/reflexive’ and i³- ‘CAUS’. Both of these prefixes cause tone alternation nst-hah_20140607_10_SM_H4n_NgoPung_Grammar_Duration 3’21”, Further discussion of the middle and causative prefixes.
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/021791b5-3255-4353-a489-90c27969d315
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Haqcheng variety (general name Hasang)
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Haqcheng variety (general name Hasang)
English language
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Ngo Pung (consultant); Stephen Morey (compiler). 2014-06-03. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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