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Title:Longrang – Grammatical Recordings
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Longrang
Date Created:2015-01-10
Description:Eight recordings in which Mr Longrang provides some examples that demonstrate Lungkhi grammar. This consists of 8 sound files: nst-lki_20150110_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150110_07_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150110_08_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150111_03_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones nst-lki_20150111_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150112_01_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones nst-lki_20150113_10_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar nst-lki_20150113_11_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-lki_20150110_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’50”, Agreement markers indicating present continuous, hi³ ‘CONT.1pl’ and həŋ³ ‘CONT.1Sg’ nst-lki_20150110_07_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 2’22”, The sentence ‘I am staying in Khamti’ /ŋaʔ khanti dy² tha² həŋ³/ Also discussion of the k- agreement markers, which seem to mean from earlier times until the present nst-lki_20150110_08_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 0’46”, More discussion of the h- and k- forms. The h- form means that ‘am/are doing something’ and k- ‘was doing something since long back (and may or may not still be doing’) nst-lki_20150111_03_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones_Duration 0’44”, Minimal pairs on the syllable /wa/ /βa/, ‘father’, ‘bamboo’, ‘tooth’, ‘pig’ nst-lki_20150111_05_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 6ʹ36”, Some sentences, discussions of sentences nst-lki_20150112_01_SM_H5_Longrang_Tones_Duration 1’13, Minimal pairs on the syllable /wa/ /βa/, ‘father’, ‘bamboo’, ‘tooth’, ‘year’ and ‘one year’ which involves the classifier nst-lki_20150113_10_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’56”, Discussion of the word ngaa khu, from the story nst-lki_20150110_02_SM_H5_Longrang_History and difference in tone with ‘head’ nst-lki_20150113_11_SM_H5_Longrang_Grammar_Duration 1’57”, The sentence ‘I became Rinkhu’ ngaq ka zingkhu maq yang yik hangz
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/f2b60bcb-15da-4e31-9f3e-a0c3a7d773dc
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Lungkhe variety
Language (ISO639):mya
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Burmese language
English language
Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Lungkhe variety
Subject (ISO639):mya
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Longrang (consultant); Pongshan (consultant). 2015-01-10. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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