doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0007917 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007919 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007915
This is a set of recordings made in parallel with recordings for the Mawo and Shabangou dialects. The purpose was to translate the same sentences from Chinese into each dialect to have a parallel corpus of sentences.
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0007888 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007889
Using photos, the interviewer asks for various lexical entries
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0007856 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007857
First interview with AS. lexicon review: the missing items in Ferlus' vocabulary list
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0007865 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007866
Using photos, the interviewer asks the names of animals that live in the region, and for humans the interviewer asks lexical items such as man, woman, ch
The speaker just remembered how 'south' could be said in na, so we recorded the 4 cardinal points on the fly.
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0007874 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007875
Numbers are collected by enumerating people, in the frame sentence 'people NUM CLF'. Numbers from 1 to 23, then tens, hundreds, thousands
Narrative constructed on the book 'Frog Wher Are You' (1969) by Mercer Mayer. How the boy who had lost his frog finds it with her friends at the pond.
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0007895 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007894 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007891 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007892 , 10.24397/pangloss-0007900
Full frame sentence is 'the old man OBJ to_look', and the set of items corresponds to the second half of the items collected before (limited to the semantically compatible items)