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Title:Yanger Thungwa – Grammatical Recordings 2
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Longkhap Yanger Thungwa
Shillong, Nagaland House
Date Created:2012-03-06
Description:Nineteen recordings in which Longkhap Yanger Thungwa gives elaborate descriptions of different aspects of Chamchang Grammar. These consist of the following sound files: nst-kim_20120306_01_SM_H4n_Yanger_ümnok.wav nst-kim_20120306_02_SM_H4n_Yanger_AffirmativeMarker.wav nst-kim_20120306_03_SM_H4n_Yanger_AffirmativeMarker.wav nst-kim_20120306_04_SM_H4n_Yanger_ToneDistinctions.wav nst-kim_20120306_05_SM_H4n_Yanger_Continuous.wav nst-kim_20120306_06_SM_H4n_Yanger_Eating.wav nst-kim_20120307_01_SM_H4n_Yanger_Consonants.wav nst-kim_20120307_02_SM_H4n_Yanger_Consonants.wav nst-kim_20120307_03_SM_H4n_Yanger_Dongdii.wav nst-kim_20120307_06_SM_H4n_Yanger_Tvngo.wav nst-kim_20120307_07_SM_H4n_Yanger_Kii.wav nst-kim_20120307_08_SM_H4n_Yanger_PoliteImperatives.wav nst-kim_20120307_09_SM_H4n_Yanger_Comparatives.wav nst-kim_20120308_01_SM_H4n_Yanger_Numerals.wav nst-kim_20120308_02_SM_H4n_Yanger_Numerals.wav nst-kim_20120308_03_SM_H4n_Yanger_Classifiers.wav nst-kim_20120308_04_SM_H4n_Yanger_Adjectives.wav nst-kim_20120308_05_SM_H4n_Yanger_Copula.wav nst-kim_20120308_06_SM_H4n_Yanger_Questions.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-kim_20120306_01_SM_H4n_Yanger_ümnok.wav; Duration 1’29”; About the word ümnok ‘other’ 0’55” e ino lei, ümnii-raq chong tiilaü kra, ‘oh my younger brother, that which you are saying,’ nashih wiik asi ngu tiilaü kra ‘you said that we have a farm there’ nashih wiik ngu tii chong tiilaü kra riikhaq li ‘what you have said that we have a farm is correct.’ riishatmaq ümnok raq ümnok alam ho wi-shea ‘but as for that one, someone has taken it’ The second ümnok should be deleted alamM ‘take away’ hoH auxilary verb; wi-shea passive past tense ahüL ‘it is no more’ tanM tiila ümphaüHtiq ümnok raq ‘others are planning to take it away’ ümphaütiq is a spoken version of nguphaütiq. The form phaü is used because we were planning to take action, but somebody has already taken action. tan ‘plot, plan’ nst-kim_20120306_02_SM_H4n_Yanger_AffirmativeMarker.wav; Duration 0’47”; About the affirmative marker nya nst-kim_20120306_03_SM_H4n_Yanger_AffirmativeMarker.wav; Duration 0’40”; About the affirmative marker, nya (which was not exemplified) ümnii-raq ara makkiip ka riM laü you bought these spectacles, (didn’t you) riishat maq ara makiip ariika ngam hiip miika taiH mak ‘but this spectacle is not fit for hunting’ taiH ‘successful, fit’, minimal pair with taiM ‘hear’ wak sham miika ahea ‘it is good for farming;’ nst-kim_20120306_04_SM_H4n_Yanger_ToneDistinctions.wav; Duration 0’54”; Disticntion between peMtsiM and peLtsiL, both words for types of fruits mentioned in SDM13-20111101-04_SM_JVC_Kamshey_BirdStory. The second element of each word is the same morpheme, but the tone appears to be different nst-kim_20120306_05_SM_H4n_Yanger_Continuous.wav; Duration 1’20”; About past and present/continuous markers. The latter are disyllabic with tv- kang ‘PST.1SG’ tvkang ‘CONT.1SG’ nst-kim_20120306_06_SM_H4n_Yanger_Eating.wav; Duration 1’14; Words for eating, distinction of siq and sea. nst-kim_20120307_01_SM_H4n_Yanger_Consonants.wav; Duration 1’31”; distinction between /s/ and /ʃ/, with example words nst-kim_20120307_02_SM_H4n_Yanger_Consonants.wav; Duration 2’24”; distinction between /ts/ and /tc/ () and . nst-kim_20120307_03_SM_H4n_Yanger_Dongdii.wav; Duration 1’24”; explanation of the meaning of the word dongdii nst-kim_20120307_06_SM_H4n_Yanger_Tvngo.wav; Duration 2’55”; Use of the word tvngo ‘call oneself’ and rvngo ‘argue’, where the former has a self directed use. nst-kim_20120307_07_SM_H4n_Yanger_Kii.wav; Duration 1’00”; About the word kii, which can refer to the 1st person. It appears to be the demonstrative word. nst-kim_20120307_08_SM_H4n_Yanger_PoliteImperatives.wav; Duration 0’54”; Polite imperatives nst-kim_20120307_09_SM_H4n_Yanger_Comparatives.wav; Duration 3’06”; Comparatives alu linH ‘longer’ nst-kim_20120308_01_SM_H4n_Yanger_Numerals.wav; Duration 2’25”; Numerals, basic cardinal numerals and more complex numerals nst-kim_20120308_02_SM_H4n_Yanger_Numerals.wav; Duration 0’59”; Ordinal numerals nst-kim_20120308_03_SM_H4n_Yanger_Classifiers.wav; Duration 10’56; Classifiers nst-kim_20120308_04_SM_H4n_Yanger_Adjectives.wav; Duration 2’37”; Adjectives – both in predicatives and attributive function. nst-kim_20120308_05_SM_H4n_Yanger_Copula.wav; Duration 3’20”; Copula and negative copula nst-kim_20120308_06_SM_H4n_Yanger_Questions.wav; Duration 2’27”; Questions
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/e53b3234-d9b7-43e1-b6f7-7d7276a20ff2
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Chamchang variety (general name Kimsing)
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:English language
Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Chamchang variety (general name Kimsing)
Subject (ISO639):eng
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Longkhap Yanger Thungwa (consultant); Stephen Morey (compiler). 2012-03-06. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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