QUSF2018_02_09S1

Title:
QUSF2018_02_09S1
ID:
QUSF2018_02_09S1
Level:
Bundle
Genre:
Discourse
Description:
This recording follows up with the women of Oyacoto who had participated in earlier recordings. The women speak with interesting expressive prosodic features, for example together with directional gestures describing going down to the Guayllabamba river to find snails to eat or sell. The terms “Quichua” and “Inga” are both used to refer to the language. “Chicken” is pronounced “atulba” in the local dialect, with central vowel lowering but a northern pattern for /ll/ as /l/ in syllable-final position. Another neighbor joins in at around 10 minutes. The women ask Floyd a number of questions, turning the interview format around a bit. Finally, the women turn to some historical reflections, including a discussion of wildlife that used to be more common in the region.
Date created:
2018-02-09
Location:
South-America, Ecuador, Pichincha, Oyacoto
Participants:
Simeon Floyd (researcher)
Languages:
Quichua, Calderón Highland (calderón highland , imbabura highland , chimborazo highland ), Quichua, Imbabura Highland , Quichua, Chimborazo Highland
                                                                                         
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