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Tlingit Language MOOC - Shared screen with speaker view
Lance Twitchell
07:07
ash koolyát
Lance Twitchell
07:09
play
Lance Twitchell
07:34
ḵʼasigóo
Lance Twitchell
07:37
itʼs fun
Lance Twitchell
07:43
(ga conjugation)
Lance Twitchell
08:27
ḵʼawsigoo
Lance Twitchell
08:30
it was fun
Éedaa
08:45
:)
Matt G.
08:49
kei
Lance Twitchell
09:05
kei ḵʼagux̱sagóo
Lance Twitchell
14:55
https://forms.gle/mgy9R9wTV4nzotEy6
Lance Twitchell
21:47
xʼúxʼ daakaxʼúxʼu kaxʼúxʼu
Lance Twitchell
22:21
xʼúxʼ (paper/booK)
Lance Twitchell
22:35
xʼúxʼ daakaxʼúxʼu (envelope)
Lance Twitchell
22:48
xʼúxʼ daakaxʼúxʼu kakwéiyi (stamp)
Lance Twitchell
23:52
ḵáa saaxʼú wuduwag̱éexʼi (election)
Lance Twitchell
25:03
séew daak gux̱satáan shákdé
Lance Twitchell
25:12
séew shákdé daak gux̱satáan
Lance Twitchell
25:35
(maybe it will rain)
Lance Twitchell
25:45
yéi x̱waajée (i believe)
Lance Twitchell
26:37
shududzitee (people expect it)
Lance Twitchell
26:47
* shuwdudzitee
Devlin Anderstrom
26:58
Shududzitee is correct
Lance Twitchell
27:25
gwál séew daak g̱wasitaan (it might rain)
Devlin Anderstrom
27:29
Shuwdudzitee would be if it was raining and it was expected
Lance Twitchell
32:54
yéi x̱ʼayaḵaayi ḵaa
Devlin Anderstrom
34:48
Aadé s x̱ʼayaḵa yé - The way he said (it) *nominalization
Devlin Anderstrom
35:11
Aadé s x̱ʼayaḵaayi yé - The way he said (it)
Devlin Anderstrom
36:25
gax̱yee.áx̱aa - gax̱yee.áx̱ aa
Devlin Anderstrom
36:42
Gax̱yee.aax̱i aa
Devlin Anderstrom
36:53
sagax̱yee.ax̱ ḵáa
Devlin Anderstrom
37:02
sagax̱yee.aax̱i ḵáa
Matt G.
38:40
It would sound the same whether attached or not? Just a matter of how it's written?
Lance Twitchell
38:49
kadusneiyi át
Devlin Anderstrom
38:49
Yeah.
Devlin Anderstrom
39:29
We are still making these decisions as linguists and language revitalizers based on what makes the most sense to us.
Anne Fuller
42:32
Ch'a aadéi ḵwa yéi x̱at x̱’agax̱yee.oo I áyax̱ yóot wuxe
Anne Fuller
42:34
You Tube linkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beLOlROK9dI
Anne Fuller
42:48
Ash kux̱alyát.
Anne Fuller
43:05
Quizlethttps://quizlet.com/325278057/tlingit-birds-flash-cards/Yippie! Way to beat your previous record of 12.4 seconds!
Anne Fuller
44:50
Mexico-dé kanalyíchch tlákw táakw
Matt G.
45:18
dagagítgiyáa
Zakk
52:02
anyone power out go out just now??
Zakk
52:06
in juneau
Barbara Craver
52:20
just flickered downtown
Ke Mell
52:25
not downtown.
Anne Fuller
52:37
a short break Seikʼ (North douglas)
Zakk
52:58
dang out here duck creek
Lance Twitchell
57:27
tsʼakʼáawásh
Barbara Craver
58:18
I would like to listen to this skaalneek again and try and figure it all out!
Matt G.
59:02
you had a bear going after your fish
ḴʼashG̱é Daphne Wright
01:05:04
That was Amy Marvin I think. At Glacier Bay or Dundas Bay.
Éedaa
01:05:09
In Kaska youʼre not supposed to speak about them at all until they go to sleep for the winter
ḴʼashG̱é Daphne Wright
01:05:16
There is a video called
Lance Twitchell
01:05:23
a x̱ʼayaa ḵuwdlig̱át
ḴʼashG̱é Daphne Wright
01:05:33
“A Time of Gathering” with that speech.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:11:04
What I was talking about earlier was «x̱ʼalaḵánsʼ.» What that lady did when she put her hands up and spoke to the bears, thatʼs what itʼs called. For all animals and different kinds of spirits.
Barbara Craver
01:12:45
Is that a noun?
ch'eet wú
01:16:35
verb, I think
Éedaa
01:16:39
Haha Léelkʼw Hás Aaní Saaxʼú
Éedaa
01:16:45
Haa*
ch'eet wú
01:18:40
Leer has… ash yalaḵáns’ is encouraging him to be strong
Matt G.
01:19:20
taax'aa ḵu' would be Mosquito Cove?
Barbara Craver
01:19:24
gunalchéesh!
Kate Boesser
01:20:22
Where did you get place names online?
Barbara Craver
01:20:37
tlingitlanguage.com
Matt G.
01:26:55
Is there a difference between lu and x'aa types of points of land?
Anne Fuller
01:28:12
We might have to make field trips to find out the differences between how places were named.
Ḵaasáank'
01:29:04
If a place does not have a name … but you and your family have used it pretty much exclusively for over 3 decades … is it safe to give it a name … like … ch'áak' tax'aaayí - the rocky point just before false outer when false outer first becomes visible --- a place where I hang out with ax̱ Tlaa ḵa ax̱ k'éek ḵa ax̱ dlaak' (literally and metaphorically)
Penny Gage
01:30:28
Waa sa duwasaakw “hahaha” Lingit xeinax?
Ḵaasáank'
01:30:50
at shook shaligaaw
ch'eet wú
01:32:53
Gunalchéesh!
Shayawdustee
01:33:33
Aatlein Gunalchéesh
Matt G.
01:33:37
yes, I can do that
Éedaa
01:33:47
Gunalchéesh!
Anna Clock
01:35:13
For Friday: Place names, going places, motion verbs. We encourage you to bring language to share for the first half of class :)
Penny Gage
01:36:01
at shook!
Penny Gage
01:36:14
(Is that how to write it? :)
Lance Twitchell
01:36:21
at shooḵ
Anna Clock
01:36:33
Friday: traveling, moving. Wednesday: Place names
Penny Gage
01:36:42
Gunalchéesh
Matt G.
01:36:49
gunalchéesh!
Mark Sixbey
01:36:54
Doyaxsn!