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Title:Wanglung – Grammatical Recordings March 2014
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Wanglung Mossang
Date Created:2014-03-04
Description:Nine recordings in which Mr Wanglung Mossang provides some examples that demonstrate Mossang grammar. This consists of 9 sound files: nst-mos_20140304_07_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_08_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_09_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_10_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_14_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_15_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_16_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_17_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar nst-mos_20140304_18_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-mos_20140304_07_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 6’45”, About the two means of the word koq, one of which is the imperative marker acting on 1st person, and the second is a reference tracking marker. nst-mos_20140304_08_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 11’24”, Recording of verbs which have an alternative form in the past tense from the nominalised form nst-mos_20140304_09_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 2’20”, About words for sailing, moving on water nst-mos_20140304_10_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 3’34”, Checking that the tone of the 1st person singular future agreement marker is consistently the –x tone. nst-mos_20140304_14_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 6’06”, Discussion of v- forms of the verbs that combine with the unchanged form, as vkaz ‘going’, as in ngaz vkaz, ‘I am going’. It seems that this construction is used in answer to questions nst-mos_20140304_15_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 1’12”, Further discussion of v- forms of the verbs that combine with the unchanged form, as ngaz vkaz, mnaungz awaungz ‘I am going, you are coming’. nst-mos_20140304_16_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 2’45”, Further discussion of v-forms with the unchanged form nst-mos_20140304_17_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 2’04”, Further discussion of v-forms with the unchanged form nst-mos_20140304_18_SM_H4n_Wanglung_Grammar_Duration 0’58”, Pronunciation of sesquisyllabic words with initial sv-
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/4cdfe838-3c2d-4a18-8144-146d2b661a9d
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Moshang variety (general name Mossang)
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Moshang variety (general name Mossang)
English language
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Wanglung Mossang (consultant). 2014-03-04. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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