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Tlingit Language MOOC - Shared screen with speaker view
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
05:37
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X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
07:17
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Zakk
10:46
whats your email so i can get ahold of you
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
10:57
latwitchell@alaska.edu
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
24:12
ax̱ neilíde ḵux̱ yaa nx̱adagút
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
24:34
ḵux̱
Matt G.
29:50
walker = yaa nagóodi áa?
Matt G.
35:24
Following previous thought, would yaa na.adi áa would mean 'the walkers' (ones who walk)?
Matt G.
36:02
yaa nagudi áa (one who walks)
Matt G.
43:55
Is the ' on the x̱ in the command accidental?
Matt G.
45:25
Would this be the same for climbing up a ladder, or the side of a boat?
Janine Wilkinson
45:59
are there different words for climbing up versus down?
Matt G.
47:20
xóotsdáx̱ neeltl'éit'!
Matt G.
51:56
Is this a case where haa comes in?
Mary Folletti
53:04
What about kei nashkʼein?
Mary Folletti
53:26
Jump up jump up and get down…hahaha
Matt G.
54:53
guessing same stem in this case?
Mary Folletti
55:10
gaxhtoo
Matt G.
55:13
does the du get fixed again?
Matt G.
55:58
because they said so (for a long time now)
Matt G.
57:55
maybe crawling through the bushes, or in a cave
Barbara Craver
58:22
action adventure movie
Matt G.
59:00
carrying/moving things?
Mary Folletti
59:01
fishin
ch'eet wú
59:01
swimming
Mary Folletti
59:19
cooking
Barbara Craver
59:29
warfare
Mary Folletti
59:38
Not motion hahaha. Get it together daaljíni
Janine Wilkinson
01:01:51
does the word for "flying" refer to people, and if so, when did it come into the vocabulary?
ch'eet wú
01:02:50
leech?
ch'eet wú
01:03:25
Autocorrect
Matt G.
01:05:06
slap
Matt G.
01:08:24
Would this include diving down (from the surface, rather than jumping in)?
Matt G.
01:09:15
I was also thinking swimming down to do spear fishing or gathering of seaweed or something.
Matt G.
01:12:06
Would the -goo be also the plural for multiple cars being driven in formation?
Matt G.
01:12:21
or maybe a race track?
Barbara Craver
01:12:56
what about the Blue Angels
Zakk
01:14:47
do ducks swim or float or seagulls geeses
Matt G.
01:15:43
I watched Red-necked Phalaropes swimming like this, but in tight circles (creating a little whirlpool to bring up food). Was thinking about how to talk about it.
Zakk
01:16:20
are water fowl boyant or do they always have to paddle their feet?
Matt G.
01:16:45
ducks float with paddling
Matt G.
01:16:52
*without paddling
Matt G.
01:17:59
the ducks often seem to do that meandering when they're resting.
Matt G.
01:19:46
I think when the duck is resting, they paddle with one foot
Matt G.
01:20:07
Ducks can sleep with one half of their brain awake, the other asleep.
Barbara Craver
01:21:16
This is from the verb dictionary
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:28:34
li.oox̱u k
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:29:08
kei uwagút – went up (onto it)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:31:01
kei (up onto)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:31:16
ux̱ kei (out of control; wrecking)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:31:30
N x̱ʼéi ke (catching up to N)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:31:45
yei (step out of boat or car)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:32:07
yeeḵ/yeiḵ/eeḵ/eiḵ (to the shore from the inland)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:32:19
héeni (yeeḵ) (into water)
Zakk
01:32:26
is boat same as traditonal canoe
Barbara Craver
01:32:41
Mind Blown . . .
Ruth Jensen (she/her) Gresham, OR
01:33:05
Gunalcheesh!
Justina
01:33:09
Gunalchéesh!
Matt G.
01:34:12
If anyone wants to see the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uJRkDvxqK1-LORZUAYWU1yz7weIw0E4eZdgyaWoIaMI/edit?usp=sharing
Matt G.
01:36:35
From the author of the Memory Craft book (for inspiration, if you like): https://www.lynnekelly.com.au/memory-experiments/
Matt G.
01:37:57
gunalchéesh!
milliehall
01:38:05
Gunalchéesh!
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
01:38:05
Gunalchéesh