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Title:N. Changmi – Grammatical Recordings, November 2012
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Dr. N. Changmi
Date Created:2012-11-03
Description:Nineteen recordings in which Dr. N. Changmi provides some examples that demonstrate Muklom grammar. This consists of 19 sound files: nst-muk_20121103_04_SM_T_NChangmi_ParadigmElicitation nst-muk_20121104_01_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones nst-muk_20121104_02_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones nst-muk_20121104_03_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones nst-muk_20121104_04_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones nst-muk_20121104_05_SM_T_Yongngam_StoryOfGettingFire nst-muk_20121104_06_SM_T_NChangmi_NPMarkers nst-muk_20121104_07_SM_T_NChangmi_NPMarkers nst-muk_20121105_01_SM_T_NChangmi_HierarchicalMarking nst-muk_20121105_02_SM_T_NChangmi_HierarchicalMarking nst-muk_20121105_03_SM_T_NChangmi_PossessivePrefixes nst-muk_20121105_04_SM_T_NChangmi_Pronouns nst-muk_20121105_05_SM_T_NChangmi_Numerals nst-muk_20121105_06_SM_T_NChangmi_Numerals nst-muk_20121105_07_SM_T_NChangmi_Comparison nst-muk_20121105_08_SM_T_NChangmi_Comparison nst-muk_20121105_09_SM_T_NChangmi_Exclamations nst-muk_20121105_10_SM_T_NChangmi_ToneDiscussion nst-muk_20121105_11_SM_T_NChangmi_Expressions The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-muk_20121103_04_SM_T_NChangmi_ParadigmElicitation_Duration 15’03”, Elicitation of the paradigm for Muklom. The full details of this recording are found in MuklomAgreementParadigm.pdf nst-muk_20121104_01_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones_Duration 3’06”, Recording of two sentences thought out by Dr. N. Changmi overnight which involve tonal contrastsː Nga lik-kam lik-te nu sha kam mah tat-ka-tang, aitha pih kam nang jal chi wang-ta. ‘I am trying to propose marriage to the girl wearing a necklace, but she has gone out for work.’ The words with tonal contrast are Lowː lək kam ‘necklace’ Midː kam ‘go out’ Highː kam ‘propose’ nst-muk_20121104_02_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones_Duration 0’39”, Recording of the tonal contrast on the syllable /kam/ as Lowː lək kam ‘necklace’ Midː kam ‘place of work’ (Assamese loan) Highː kam ‘propose’ nst-muk_20121104_03_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones_Duration 1’48”, Reading of the sentence Akam tha kam wang wel-ta se aishi ji o mih nu kam mah se we-ka-na mih hah nang. ‘Mr. Akam returned from his work, and after that he will again go and propose marriage to a girl from a different village.’ nst-muk_20121104_04_SM_T_NChangmi_Tones_Duration 0’20”, Further discussion of the tone of the name Akam. nst-muk_20121104_05_SM_T_Yongngam_StoryOfGettingFire_Duration 5’14”, Story of how humans got fire nst-muk_20121104_06_SM_T_NChangmi_NPMarkers_Duration 4’33”, Discussion of the use of agentives, -e, -ne, and -the. nst-muk_20121104_07_SM_T_NChangmi_NPMarkers_Duration 1’44”, Further discussion of noun phrase markers in Muklom nst-muk_20121105_01_SM_T_NChangmi_HierarchicalMarking_Duration 1’26”, Discussion of hierarchical marking. nst-muk_20121105_02_SM_T_NChangmi_HierarchicalMarking_Duration 1’29’, Discussion of hierarchical marking. We discussed the form koh-ta-phang ‘I have given you’ and also ‘they have given me’ nst-muk_20121105_03_SM_T_NChangmi_PossessivePrefixes_Duration 1’54”, Possessive prefixes nst-muk_20121105_04_SM_T_NChangmi_Pronouns_Duration 4’55”, Pronouns nst-muk_20121105_05_SM_T_NChangmi_Numerals_Duration 1’59”, Numerals nst-muk_20121105_06_SM_T_NChangmi_Numerals_Duration 0’25”, Numerals, some higher numerals and additive numerals nst-muk_20121105_07_SM_T_NChangmi_Comparison_Duration 2’39”, Use of tone / intonation to mark comparison nst-muk_20121105_08_SM_T_NChangmi_Comparison_Duration 0’39”, Use of tone / intonation to mark comparison, with the word lo ‘far’ nst-muk_20121105_09_SM_T_NChangmi_Exclamations_Duration 2’18”, About exclamations nst-muk_20121105_10_SM_T_NChangmi_ToneDiscussion_Duration 5’45”, Some discussion of tones and some words elicited nst-muk_20121105_11_SM_T_NChangmi_Expressions_Duration 2’37”, Some common expression, like ‘I have had enough rice’
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/d410fcf0-bbfc-4b7e-8589-7d4930fe5ec8
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Muklom variety (general name Moklum)
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Muklom variety (general name Moklum)
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Dr. N. Changmi (consultant); Stephen Morey (compiler). 2012-11-03. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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