Three stories in Kagulu, a Bantu language of Tanzania_2
SND-ID: snd0927-2. Version: 1.0. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/002081
Malin Petzell - University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literatures
University of Gothenburg - Department of Languages and Literatures
The general aim is to document the Tanzanian minority language Kagulu.
This dataset contains two sound files with the stories "Being mischievous" and "The man and his wife". The files are in wave format. The recordings come with an original transcript made by a speaker and an interlinear transcript exported from Toolbox. Finally there is also a spreadsheet with metadata.
Data contains personal data
- Mode of collection: Recording
- Time period(s) for data collection: 2003-08-28 – 2003-08-29
- Number of responses: 1
Geographic location: Tanzania
Geographic description: Kilosa district, Morogoro region
Department of Languages and Literatures
Petzell, Malin. 2010. "Further analysis of negation in Kagulu". Karsten Legère, Christina Thornell (eds.). Bantu Languages: Analyses, Description and Theory. East African Languages and Dialects, vol. 20. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.
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