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Title:A Nong – Grammatical Recordings
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):A Nong Pingku
U Awan Pinkhu
Date Created:2014-06-03
Description:Ten discussions in which Mr Kehang and Mr. Awan Pinkhu provide some examples that demonstrate Pingku grammatical features. This consists of the following ten sound files: nst-pin_20140603_02_SM_H4n_Anong_Grammar nst-pin_20140603_03_SM_H4n_Anong_Grammar nst-pin_20140603_06_SM_H4n_Anong_Grammar nst-pin_20140607_03_SM_H4n_Awan_Numerals nst-pin_20140607_04_SM_H4n_Awan_Pronouns nst-pin_20140607_05_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar nst-pin_20140607_06_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar nst-pin_20140607_07_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar nst-pin_20140607_08_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar nst-pin_20140607_09_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-pin_20140603_02_SM_H4n_Anong_Grammar; Duration 5’25”, The pronouns. This recording is much affected by wind noise. The word for ‘I’ has a short vowel, somewhat like /ə/ nst-pin_20140603_03_SM_H4n_Anong_Grammar; Duration 1’11”, The sentence, ‘I am in Khamti’ nga khamti ma do a ‘I come from Mandalay’ nga mandalay nang ma wang nga bi nst-pin_20140603_06_SM_H4n_Anong_Grammar; Duration 16’17”, Some sentences, noted in Pinkhu sentences.doc nst-pin_20140607_03_SM_H4n_Awan_Numerals; Duration 1’43”, Words for the numerals nst-pin_20140607_04_SM_H4n_Awan_Pronouns; Duration 1’56”, Words for pronouns nst-pin_20140607_05_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar; Duration 7’05”, Sentences, based on ‘go to the field’ Future – with forms in all persons, Past, Negative, Imperative nst-pin_20140607_06_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar; Duration 1’19”, Sentences, further examples ‘are you going to the field’ – distinction between questions and commands. kaq laq ‘will you go?’, kalaq ‘go!’ nst-pin_20140607_07_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar, Duration 5’08, Verb forms – ‘sleep’ and ‘cry’. We collected imperative, present continuous, negatives in several forms, imperatives and prohibitives nst-pin_20140607_08_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar; Duration 14’38”, Verb forms, ‘sleep’ to ‘wake’ nst-pin_20140607_09_SM_H4n_Awan_Grammar; Duration 6’38”, Verb forms ‘wake’, ‘stand’, ‘sit’
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/1fa2150f-72e6-40ea-a4cb-abd04593057f
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Pingku variety
Language (ISO639):mya
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Burmese language
Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Pingku variety
English language
Subject (ISO639):mya
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: A Nong Pingku (consultant); Stephen Morey (compiler); U Awan Pinkhu (consultant). 2014-06-03. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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