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Title:Daniel Mawyio – Grammatical Recordings from October 2013
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Daniel Mawyio (Dani Aye Hla) [laʔ]
Date Created:2013-10-28
Description:Seventeen recordings in which Mr Daniel Mawyio demonstrates some examples of Lochhang grammar. This consists of 17 sound files: nst-loc_20131028_01_SM_H4N_Daniel_WordList nst-loc_20131028_02_SM_H4N_Daniel_Tones nst-loc_20131028_03_SM_H4N_Daniel_Tones nst-loc_20131028_12_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_13_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_14_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_15_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_16_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_17_SM_H4N_Daniel_Imperatives nst-loc_20131028_18_SM_H4N_Daniel_WordList nst-loc_20131028_19_SM_H4N_Daniel_WordList nst-loc_20131028_20_SM_H4N_Daniel_VerbForFestival nst-loc_20131028_21_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_22_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_23_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers nst-loc_20131028_24_SM_H4N_Daniel_Grammar nst-loc_20131028_25_SM_H4N_Daniel_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-loc_20131028_01_SM_H4N_Daniel_WordLis_Duraion 5’04”, Words for kinship, body parts, animals, numbers to check tones nst-loc_20131028_02_SM_H4N_Daniel_Tones_Duraion 1’39”, Marked tone correspondence words, confirming that ‘rain’, ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ have a Tone 2 in Locchang nst-loc_20131028_03_SM_H4N_Daniel_Tones_Duraion 1’12”, Marked tone correspondence words, confirming that ‘rain’, ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ have a Tone 2 in Locchang nst-loc_20131028_12_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 7’21”, Checking the agreement markers. With the verb ki¹ ‘go’, the tone of the negative particles is the level tone (Tone 3) and that of the future markers is (high) falling tone (Tone 2). 3’00” The future prefix m- was regarded as carrying Tone 1. 3’56” Testing the future tense with other verbs. The verb for ‘put’, which carries Tone 3 was discovered to have a future particle with Tone 3 also. All the verbs with Tone 3 that were tested had the future agreement markers carrying Tone 3 nst-loc_20131028_13_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 5’47”, Checking all the verbs in past tense. We found that a small number of verbs that carry Tone 2 also have Tone 2 for past markers. These are kjaŋ² ‘fall’, ʃi² ‘sing’, bjɯ² ‘speak’, ɲaŋ² ‘drink’, chhaɯŋ² ‘cook rice’, lam² ‘cook dishes’, ʃam² ‘hold’ nst-loc_20131028_14_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 1’34”, The group of Tone 2 verbs that have past agreement markers carrying Tone 2 also have negative agreement markers carrying tone 2. nst-loc_20131028_15_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 0’48”, Checking all the agreement markers with the verb ʃam² ‘hold’ nst-loc_20131028_16_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 1’47”, The group of Tone 2 verbs that have past agreement markers carrying Tone 2. The verb sit, had Tone 3 on the continuous markers. All of the verbs have Tone 3, except for ‘sit’ which is irregular and has Tone 3 for continuous markers only. nst-loc_20131028_17_SM_H4N_Daniel_Imperatives_Duraion 1’25”, Imperatives. The plural is expressed by V-reŋ³-laʔ nst-loc_20131028_18_SM_H4N_Daniel_WordList_Duraion 1’34”, Some more words ‘daughter-in-law’, ‘bad smell’ (both i-ne²). ‘grass’ saŋ², nst-loc_20131028_19_SM_H4N_Daniel_WordList_Duraion 0’49”, Some more words ‘ash’ we¹ban³ nst-loc_20131028_20_SM_H4N_Daniel_VerbForFestival_Duraion 3’18”, Discussion of the text nst_loc_20121102_IF_Q3_Jlochang_Jongfakokneimoi – the word maɯ ‘festival. The usual tone for this word is maɯ² but it has a special tone when combined with the word kauk ‘festival’ nst-loc_20131028_21_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 2’10”, Discussion of the tone of the continuous. When you ‘ask permission’ in Lochhang using the continuous, the tone changes to Tone 2 nst-loc_20131028_22_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 0’29”, Distinction between ‘we are going up’ djaŋ¹ təkai³ and ‘allow us to go up, djaŋ¹ təkai² nst-loc_20131028_23_SM_H4N_Daniel_AgreementMarkers_Duraion 0’22”, Distinction between ‘we are going up’ djaŋ¹ təkai³ and ‘allow us to go up, djaŋ¹ təkai² nst-loc_20131028_24_SM_H4N_Daniel_Grammar_Duraion 0’59”, About the form rau³ juʔ which means something like ‘if’ nst-loc_20131028_25_SM_H4N_Daniel_Grammar_Duraion 1’41”, Agreement markers with initial l- which appear to be non-final forms meaning something like the past perfective, what we have been doing
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/ac1f23b6-810a-4fc6-8f8d-3abe920d3375
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Lochhang variety (general name Langching)
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:English language
Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Lochhang variety (general name Langching)
Subject (ISO639):eng
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Daniel Mawyio (Dani Aye Hla) [laʔ] (consultant). 2013-10-28. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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