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Tlingit Language MOOC - Shared screen with speaker view
Anna Clock
31:45
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10XnPM_IXsIdIMHJsa2W1oER4kdOW1Hqp/view
Kathy H
33:05
áaa!
Isaiah Hall
33:13
I have an interest in it, but I'm down here in California.
nuchuchwen
33:15
áaa
Khaasáank'
33:16
aaa
monie rmdw
33:20
áaa 😄
Isaiah Hall
33:23
There is literally only this.
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
33:26
Yéi kkwatee!
Bob Fagen
33:30
Yes, I do want more of this activity
Ke Mell
33:42
aaa
Crystal Karras
35:35
yes 🥰 I would love to do three nights a week I was bummed that tonight was goin to be the last night
Davina Barril
35:52
I love Michael York, too! Yéi áwé!
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
36:10
SVO
Khaasáank'
38:03
possessive relationship pronouns too?
Isaiah Hall
39:39
It comes before the word it's attached to.
Isaiah Hall
39:54
Of course, they don't just express position.
Khaasáank'
40:37
is more than nask yagiyee lidzee khúnáxh to keep up with?
Michael Arbuckle
42:04
Shk'e?
ḴʼashG̱é Daphne Wright
43:02
Is there any possibility of having it at 6:00 instead of 7:00?
Khaasáank'
43:54
primer release new lang material in an administrated social server so peeps could study and have a way to talk about it ... like a watch party
Khaasáank'
44:07
on the off days
Anne Fuller
44:32
Tlingit Gospel choir has printed words (based on Vesta Dʼs work).
monie rmdw
44:50
does the tlingit alphabet have 49 letters or more?
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
45:20
if we have those recordings can we share with X’unei and put on your website? so they are available to all to use and have access
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
46:04
Yak’éi áwé
Barbara/yaana.eit
46:07
61 sounds or alphabet combinations
Yakdushí
47:18
is she the one that did the little readings? i love those
Barbara/yaana.eit
47:25
aaa
Barbara/yaana.eit
49:13
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_dONRvvGz4gSkdLN01UR19yaWM&authuser=latwitchell@alaska.edu&usp=drive_fs
Barbara/yaana.eit
49:18
little readings
Khaasáank'
50:14
cool ... I am mode.ing
Khaasáank'
55:28
position
Khaasáank'
55:34
act
Bob Fagen
55:40
event
Khaasáank'
55:40
motion
Michael Arbuckle
56:33
So there's something of a prefix to the 'motion' verbs?
Matt G
58:09
your daughter question marker crying
Khaasáank'
59:15
what is you daughter crying about.? (gwal)
Matt G
59:21
does location of the question marker imply emphasis for the question?
Khaasáank'
59:53
aaa they are all preciuos
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
59:59
Michael Arbuckle
01:00:47
Ah, logic! gunałchéesh
Matt G
01:01:30
Is the ḵu the areal thing?
Khaasáank'
01:02:01
they(s) cat ran away?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:06:16
___ yís
Khaasáank'
01:07:15
she for head
Isaiah Hall
01:08:17
He's mad because somebody is trying to cut his hair.
Khaasáank'
01:10:46
ahhhhhh great +d example
Isaiah Hall
01:11:10
First sentence is a question; "I aat" is being asked about.
Ruth Jensen
01:11:43
I like hearing the distinction between interpretation and translation.
Matt G
01:12:10
paternal aunt?
Isaiah Hall
01:12:19
The thing is holding the boy.
Khaasáank'
01:14:35
they were previously talking about aunty before the noticing event :)
Anna Clock
01:14:56
I like this
nuchuchwen
01:15:05
me too
Michael Arbuckle
01:15:08
Loving this
Shaaxh Katie Hoyt
01:15:10
I like it too
Michael Arbuckle
01:15:10
gunałchéesh
Kay McT
01:15:11
i like this too
Isaiah Hall
01:15:44
"That's my ..."
Matt G
01:16:51
his sister
Isaiah Hall
01:17:21
Maybe?
Isaiah Hall
01:17:36
Or it could just be accidental similarity.
Elizabeth Baty
01:17:51
how would you say my twin brother?
Elizabeth Baty
01:19:35
would it be something like eek ax jux yatee? :)
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
01:19:38
Wooch Kik Yatx’i = twins
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:20:12
ax̱ naa yádi
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
01:20:21
Yak’éi áwé!
Ke Mell
01:24:19
Who are they?
Liz
01:24:21
Who are they?
Barbara/yaana.eit
01:24:33
say it!
Isaiah Hall
01:25:00
They're my clanmates/friends!
Khaasáank'
01:25:50
my audio capabilities are shy ...
monie rmdw
01:26:34
is there another word for friend?*
Ke Mell
01:31:22
going
Isaiah Hall
01:33:27
There are around 8 versions of goot.
Khaasáank'
01:36:08
the lesson didn't happen yet so it was experiencing kashook' tlageiyi yaneekw ... perfective lesson imperfectively ...
Michael Arbuckle
01:37:10
Just want to say gunałchéesh, X'unei Lance for helping and starting this. It is very appreciated, I see you all over the webs helping people. You are truly appreciated!
Khaasáank'
01:38:02
a yaxh awe gunalchéesh
Matt G
01:41:28
When you have dáag̱i + daaḵ does that mean they occur together, or one o the two?
Matt G
01:42:47
So you could say ax̱náḵ nagu! (leave me behind?)
Ruth Jensen
01:44:20
Learning about all these areas of tangles makes it all the more amazing that we have our language today. Gunalchéesh - I appreciate your introducing us to the intricacies of the language.
Barbara/yaana.eit
01:47:43
It is so likoodzi to see so many fellow learners, I hope each of us will continue to see each other, and practice Lingít with each other in the future (no matter how shy we feel, we gotta just try)
Michael Arbuckle
01:48:20
gunałchéesh*
Matt G
01:49:56
I noticed a lot of the verbs seem to be the same basic stem (-goot for example) with different parts in front. How much freedom is there to pick from among the different things for motion verbs?
Kathy H
01:54:15
what about a painting or other flat artwork?
Isaiah Hall
01:54:17
Dead creature being lumped with sleeping baby is definitely not a coincidence.
Isaiah Hall
01:54:33
Or a cat.
Frederick Olsen Jr
01:54:52
Gunałchéesh, X'unei and Outer Coast. Great Class! Aatlein Gunalchéesh for continuing beyond these important 5 weeks
Isaiah Hall
01:55:07
I've had cats, and they yowl when you pick them up.
Ruth Jensen
01:55:12
Gunałchéesh! Yes, I’m grateful for the generosity of Lingit teachers and speakers to help us beginners.
Liz
01:55:21
Gunalchéesh for being such an advocate for Tlingit language learning and so supportive of all learners. This has been great.
ch'eet wú
01:55:30
Gunalchéesh!
Kate Boesser
01:55:48
Gunalcheesh!
Kayéilk'i
01:55:51
Gunalchéesh!
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
01:55:55
Xʼéig̱aa gunalchéesh X̱ʼunei
Millie Hall
01:56:04
Aatlein gunalchéesh!
Isaiah Hall
01:56:17
Gunalchéesh!
Ruth Jensen
01:56:45
Yes: gunałchéesh for being “so supportive of all learners”
cecilia tavoliero
01:56:53
Gunalchéesh
Crystal Karras
01:57:04
gunalchéesh
Davina Barril
01:57:15
Atléin gunalchéeshik!!!
Talisa Hayes
01:57:16
maybe one way to think of it: our brains need to learn it, but our souls know it … that’s a feeling I have anyway
Yakdushí
01:57:20
sh too g̲aa x̱at ditee ya opportunity. Gunalchéesh i yei jineiyí ❣️
Talisa Hayes
01:57:26
gunalchéesh!
Calary
01:58:34
GUNALCHEESH! Dr. and Anna
Shaaxh Katie Hoyt
01:58:35
Gunalchéesh X’unei and Anna!! Wonderful to hear/see everyone on these visits, and looking forward to more soon! Sending love to you all from Boston!
Isaiah Hall
01:58:37
Gunałchéesh!
cecilia tavoliero
01:58:42
how do we access the recorded zoom lessons.?
Ruth Jensen
01:58:45
I’ll be staying tuned for next steps. gunałchéesh - Outer Coast and Sealaska Heritage Institute and X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell - can’t thank you enough - gunalchéesh!
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
01:58:46
Gunalchéesh tlein!
Heather Lgeik’i Powell
01:58:58
will we use the same link?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:59:24
gwál yé … hél wuduskú …