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Tlingit Language MOOC - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne Fuller
13:53
g̱eey is bay
Anne Fuller
15:32
Áakʼw Tá
Kathy H
18:21
the huna placenames map is hanging in Gustavus City Hall too
Kate Boesser
20:49
Tlingit Place Names of the Huna Kaawu poster map
Matt G
21:23
The k should go to a g
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
22:41
yáx̱ yatee
Kathy H
25:05
jay
Cara Stanfield
25:19
like a stellar jay
Cara Stanfield
25:31
l'ool, like fireweed
Byron
26:05
Not a project but I have been wondering and am sorry if I probably am spelling it wrong but what dose it mean when you say yah Kay as way
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
26:35
yakʼéi (it is good)
Byron
26:48
thank you!!!!
Penny Gage
26:59
Yay!
Cara Stanfield
27:07
Yay!
Peter Stanton
27:08
Likoodzi
Rose Demmert
27:55
Yaaaay! I'm happy they might continue!!!
Yakdushí
28:48
ha rose i read that yaaay as 🐳 🤓👍🏽
Cara Stanfield
30:46
agreed!
Victoria
33:47
likoodzí
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
37:01
haa káa yei andagán
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
37:35
the sun shining on us
Anna Clock
37:45
https://www.languagemagazine.com/2020/05/21/support-native-language-center-to-help-fight-covid-19/
Gloria Merry
39:04
Alicia is running again
Sydney Isaacs
46:57
how come?
Matt G
49:55
Is that the sh classifier suggesting a pejorative (negative) meaning? in tlél ushké?
Isaiah Hall
50:34
I think so.
Alice Taff
54:58
Yaana.eit has a great Quizlet of six̱án
Isaiah Hall
56:29
Also, that ya classifier used to have the weird y+w sound, so it becomes wa when preceded by u, oo, or any labialized consonant.
Matt G
01:07:13
Is isix̱án ambiguous as to who is subject and object?
Matt G
01:15:28
Is the tlél part of that first dial or prior to it?
Matt G
01:16:12
So it's separate from the dial (I was confused because I thought it was one of the first dial options)
Anna Clock
01:17:30
Did Xh’unei freeze? Or is that just me?
Yakdushí
01:17:50
when you zoomed in
Sydney Isaacs
01:18:32
Oh no!
Kate Boesser
01:18:36
freezing again
Sydney Isaacs
01:18:36
You froze again!
Kay McT
01:18:40
frozen again?
Kate Boesser
01:19:08
frozen
Isaiah Hall
01:20:23
Oh no he's frozen again.
Matt G
01:24:12
tleik' daheen
Matt G
01:25:40
déix̱ daheen
Devlin Anderstrom
01:25:52
iltʼíxʼx̱i ḵáa yóo ikwḵasáa
Devlin Anderstrom
01:26:12
Tsu iwdlitʼíxʼ.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:26:50
Sh eellá déi!
Matt G
01:27:49
that looks like a picture that's ready to be a meme
Devlin Anderstrom
01:28:02
Better make it happen.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:28:10
Darn! Did he disappear?
Yakdushí
01:28:20
thaw yourself?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:29:13
Hahaha yeah. I said that because iwdlitʼíxʼ could mean you literally froze solid, so it was just a pun.
Yakdushí
01:29:40
😆😅👍🏽
Matt G
01:30:30
another meme picture. :)
Matt G
01:31:24
I was wondering about the aadé verb-i yé construction that we were taught about previously. Does it make sense to say "aadé x̱at isix̱áni yé keex̱'é yáx̱ yatee"?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:31:52
Yeah, that makes sense.
Matt G
01:32:33
gunalchéesh!
Devlin Anderstrom
01:32:54
Yéi x̱áa yatee!
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:34:04
aadé [verb]-i yé
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:34:51
the way {verb}
Matt G
01:35:45
Is there a similar thing for the time a verb happened?
Matt G
01:36:01
I feel like you mentioned it previously, but it fell out of my memory.
Justina
01:36:09
Yandistukiya?
Matt G
01:37:21
Can the verb-i part be in a future tense as well?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:37:36
Yeah, it can be used with anything.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:37:49
Any verb.
Matt G
01:38:14
starting to get the hang of it. Just very general, with an -i at the end
Devlin Anderstrom
01:38:22
Aadé tlél aadé ḵwasikoowu yé ḵoosteeyi yé.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:38:44
This phrase is off the wall, but possible to say.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:39:28
ʼThe way that there is no way that exists that I can know it.ʼ
Matt G
01:39:58
that is layered - will take sometime before I can unpack that in real time. :)
Isaiah Hall
01:40:23
It kinda sounds like the perfective is more like the English preterite.
Matt G
01:40:25
How is the way to talk about when a verb happened?
Frederick Olsen Jr
01:40:57
Great class! Gunalchéesh!
Devlin Anderstrom
01:41:44
«Aag̱áa [verb]-i yé» is one way to say ʼthe time when it happened.ʼ
Jackie Kus.een Pata
01:41:49
will these recordings be available after this course ends?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:42:43
«Áa [verb]-i yéig̱aa» is another way
Matt G
01:43:15
I appreciate being able to ask these questions and (slowly) get better at putting things together in my mind. Gunalchéesh!
Devlin Anderstrom
01:43:59
G̱áa yatee! Lgunalchéesh x̱at x̱ʼayiwóosʼi. Thank you for asking me, I sure enjoy talking about these things.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:44:05
{verb} yé
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:44:13
place {verb} happened
ch'eet wú
01:44:15
Gunalchéesh!
Frederick Olsen Jr
01:44:23
Gunalchéesh!
Byron
01:44:24
gunalchéesh yak ei We ❤️💚🧡💙everything you do!! we support and want to continue also!
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
01:44:58
Gunalchéesh!
Jami Campbell
01:45:44
Gunalchéesh! This has been great. really enjoyed the class
Amy Starbard’s iPhone
01:46:38
Gunalchéesh for sharing all the Tlingit language resources.
Jackie Kus.een Pata
01:46:51
Gunalcheesh - enjoy our homeland.- lkoot.
Shannon
01:46:52
Gunalcheesh!
Anna Clock
01:46:56
Yak’éi! Gunalchéesh.
Davina Barril
01:47:30
Gunalchéesh. Axh tláa listened, too! She said, “I haven’t heard that before!” She enjoyed listening!
Matt G
01:47:50
Doing this course, I've found myself babbling (in my mind) Tlingit language that I don't understand (and probably doesn't even make sense). I think that's the sounds and grammar starting to integrate (hopefully).
milliehall
01:47:55
Gunalchéesh!
Peter Stanton
01:47:58
Aatlein gunalchéesh
Isaiah Hall
01:50:33
Over 10000 years old?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:51:22
We have names that are still used today that go back the great flood. We have songs and names that precede that.
Isaiah Hall
01:54:05
What was the great flood?
Devlin Anderstrom
01:54:20
Aan G̱alaḵú
Frederick Olsen Jr
01:54:58
Aatlein Gunalchéesh!
zakk smith
01:55:16
nothing tommorow?
Anne Fuller
01:55:27
the higher sea levels
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:55:27
Meeting tomorrow!
zakk smith
01:55:46
kk
Ryan Kozisek
01:55:57
gunalcheesh!
Kahtooneh Artemio Sandoval
01:55:59
Gunalchéesh!
Matt G
01:56:24
Do new verbs get constructed from pieces very often?
Isaiah Hall
01:56:37
Gunalchéesh!
Devlin Anderstrom
01:56:50
Yeah, fairly often Iʼd say, but there are really a ton that are already made.
Devlin Anderstrom
01:56:56
So many.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:56:57
Itʼs been awhile, but we are still trying to make new verbs
Devlin Anderstrom
01:57:46
New directionals, like «tigeewaak»
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:59:04
nax̱dateesch
Matt G
01:59:31
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXW1u_1ksJA  
Matt G
01:59:37
that's the youtube clip of it