OLAC Record

Title:Wangkui – grammatical recordings
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Wangkui Ngaimong
Date Created:2011-11-05
Description:Nine recordings in which Wangkui Ngaimong discusses some aspect of Ngaimong grammar. These consist of the following sound files: SDM16-20111105-01_SM_T_Wangkui̠_ToneMinimalPairs.wav SDM16-20111108-01_SM_T_Wangkui_Sentences.wav SDM16-20111108-05_SM_T_Wangkui_Tones.wav SDM16-20111108-06_SM_T_Wangkui_Tones.wav SDM16-20111109-02_SM_T_Wangkui_ChangedTone.wav SDM16-20111109-03_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav SDM16-20111109-04_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav SDM16-20111109-05_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav SDM16-20111109-06_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM16-20111105-01_SM_T_Wangkui̠_ToneMinimalPairs.wav; Duration 0’59”; Minimal pairs for tones ahal ‘good’ – mid level tone ahal ‘in between’ – high falling tone ahal ‘call’, ‘to recover’ – low tone, falling na ‘wet paddy field’ – mid level tone na ‘ear’ – low tone, falling SDM16-20111108-01_SM_T_Wangkui_Sentences.wav; Duration 6’37”; Recording of sentences (all of which were transcribed into Ngaimong_Grammar_Notes.doc SDM16-20111108-05_SM_T_Wangkui_Tones.wav; Duration 2’01”; Comparison of the tones of hileng ‘dog’ with na ‘ear’ and ‘paddy field’. A third word na ‘to trample’ was found which is contrastive to the other words. SDM16-20111108-06_SM_T_Wangkui_Tones.wav; Duration 0’40”; Differences between na ‘trample’ and ahal ‘in between’. Both are falling tones but na ‘trample’ is lower. SDM16-20111109-02_SM_T_Wangkui_ChangedTone.wav; Duration 1’40”; Discussion of changed tone that is caused by the prefix v- ‘nominaliser’ or i- ‘1st person singular’. The example was phal ‘to vomit’ and v-phal ‘vomiting’ SDM16-20111109-03_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav; Duration 1’19”; About the two kinds of /a/, written as tvi and tai. These are called respectively ‘closed’ and ‘open’ by Wangkui. SDM16-20111109-04_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav; Duration 0’56”; Further discussion of the two kinds of /a/, both ‘closed’ and ‘open’ SDM16-20111109-05_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav; Duration 1’05”; Further discussion of the two kinds of /a/, both ‘closed’ and ‘open’ SDM16-20111109-06_SM_T_Wangkui_OpenAndClosedA.wav; Duration 1’26”; Further discussion of the two kinds of /a/, both ‘closed’ and ‘open’
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/0bc2ac11-9640-4f2d-902e-1ca167f0dc8e
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Ngaimong variety
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Ngaimong variety
English language
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Wangkui Ngaimong (consultant). 2011-11-05. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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