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Title:Wanglung – Grammatical recordings – November 2012
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Wanglung Mossang
Date Created:2012-11-01
Description:Seven recordings in which Mr Wanglung Mossang provides some exapmles that demonstrate Mossang grammar. This consists of 7 sound files: nst-mos_20121101_14_SM_T_Wanglung_AgreementParticles nst-mos_20121102_01_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings nst-mos_20121102_02_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings nst-mos_20121102_03_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings nst-mos_20121102_04_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings nst-mos_20121102_05_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings nst-mos_20121102_06_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-mos_20121101_14_SM_T_Wanglung_AgreementParticles_Duration 20’55”, Grammatical recordings – eliciting the paradigm nst-mos_20121102_01_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings_Duration 2’55”, Some minimal pairs maungz ‘dream’, maungx ‘dead body, corpse’ maungc ‘unconscious’ where –z marks the low tone, -x marks a middle tone, and –c a high tone. Also the tones of na nax ‘paddy field’ nac ‘ear’ anaz ‘harmful’ nst-mos_20121102_02_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings_Duration 1’49”, Discussion of the glottal stop in Gam Win’s system nst-mos_20121102_03_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings_Duration 4’51”, Discussion of Lesson 5 in Gam Win’s book; the pronunciation of in the word hoalc ‘wash’. This word can have several different tones; also discussion of the diphthong written by Gam Win, but we could not find any examples nst-mos_20121102_04_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings_Duration 5’30”, Discussion of diphthongs , and ; reading of Lesson 3. nst-mos_20121102_05_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings_Duration 1’38”, Reading of Lesson 1 nst-mos_20121102_06_SM_T_Wanglung_GrammaticalRecordings_Duration 1’01”, Reading Gam Win’s email
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/d49ec2c2-fb3d-4d01-88d3-238472135263
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)
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Wanglung Mossang (consultant). 2012-11-01. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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