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dc.contributor.authorKaufman, Brianna-
dc.coverage.spatialKazakhstan, northern Soviet Middle Asia into western Siberia. Also in Afghanistan, China, Germany, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Russian Federation (Asia), Tajikistan, Turkey (Asia), Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United States, Uzbekistan.en
dc.descriptionnote: Raykhan corrected her edition of "forest" saying that the one elicited in the class session was more of small woods. "to live" has definite trill (turu) and isn't the flap, as transcribed. Maybe flap and trill are optional variants of one another in rapid speech? to live: turu > i live in new york to live 2: wəmʊrsuɾu > talk about a person who lived in the past or who has died leg/number may be homonymsen
dc.rightsThis material may be used for scholarly purposes; all uses must include a citation to this collection (and item, where appropriate) as the source. If you have questions, please contact Maria Gouskova maria [dot] gouskova [at] nyu [dot] eduen
dc.subjectphonemic inventoryen
dc.titleField Methods 2011-09-12en
dc.typeRecording, oralen
dc.contributor.transcriberKaufman, Brianna-
dc.contributor.recorderMkitarian, John-
dc.contributor.informantBeksultanova, Raykhan-
dc.description.equipmentecorder: Marantz Professional PMD 660, microphone: Audio-Technica ATM 75en
dc.language.dialectNortheastern Kazakh, Southern Kazakh, Western Kazakh. Minor dialect differencesen
dc.description.locationRecorded at Department of Linguistics, New York University, 10 Washington Place, New York, NY 10003en
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