Play annotation Continuation of #48. Speakers are Ḵeixwnéi Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Ḵaagʼanshi or La.oos Tláa Ida Calmegane, Kaséix̱ Selina Everson, Tlsiyee or Lasaayí Emma Shorty, Bessie Jim and Susan Shinkel. Recorded August 14, 2010 at Carcross/Tagish First Nation Administration Building. Carcross, YT, Canada. Produced at the University of Alaska Southeast, this material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation/National Endowment for the Humanities, Documenting Endangered Languages initiative under Grant No. 0853788. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Recorded by Wudisheeyi Tláa Alice Taff. English translation by Kaaxwaan Éesh George Davis, Ḵaakal.aat Florence Sheakley and Wudisheeyi Tláa Alice Taff. SYMBOLS: {false start}, (added for clarity), [translator/transcriber's note]. ??? = canʼt understand.
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Play annotation I don't know.
Play annotation When you come here
Play annotation you will talk.
Play annotation Is it squirrel?
Play annotation No, gopher.
Play annotation Don't kill it.
Play annotation Oh, it ran.
Play annotation It's looking at us.
Play annotation It's a squirrel.
Play annotation What do you call it?
Play annotation Squirrel.
Play annotation Arctic ground squirrel.
Play annotation Arctic ground squirrel.
Play annotation ???
Play annotation It's an arctic ground squirrel we saw
Play annotation a while ago.
Play annotation Yes.
Play annotation You think you're something!
Play annotation Now it said something.
Play annotation It stood up for us.
Play annotation Eating with the finger.
Play annotation Wiped it clean. [Using a finger to wipe up the last bit of food to eat.]
Play annotation Dipping food with the finger.
Play annotation Her dish.
Play annotation She dipped the last of the food with her finger.
Play annotation I'm dipping seal oil with my finger.
Play annotation He's dipping a cracker into the grease.
Play annotation Your eating to your chest. [Dropping food on your chest]
Play annotation I do that all the time.
Play annotation It's OK.
Play annotation She ate it into her hair. [She loves what she's eating. Full.]
Play annotation When you're eating something you really like.
Play annotation I ate it to my hair.
Play annotation Dipping food with a finger. [George Davis] [Licking. Florence Sheakley]
Play annotation Lick ...
Play annotation I'm going to lick.
Play annotation How?
Play annotation He's dipping with his finger.
Play annotation I'll dip the food with my finger.
Play annotation I'll dip/lick it up.
Play annotation I'll dip/lick it up.
Play annotation I'll dip/lick it up.
Play annotation She's dipping/licking.
Play annotation { }
Play annotation With her fingers she's licking.
Play annotation [Unknown] flower.
Play annotation [Unknown] flower.
Play annotation [Unknown] flower.
Play annotation [Unknown] flower.
Play annotation Devil's club.
Play annotation ... medicine.
Play annotation medicine.
Play annotation Medicine for people.
Play annotation I don't know.
Play annotation 5 more minutes speaking in English.
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