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AHA1-2016_001 - Checking and eliciting terms for "Food and Cooking" semantic domain in dictionary

PARADISEC
Australian Research Council (Funded by)
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Checking and eliciting terms for "Food and Cooking" semantic domain in dictionary. Eliciting example sentences. Also many unelicited sentences about kinship. Amanda and David are assigned skin names (Nawurla and Jimija, respectively). A few sentences and questions given asking about people--where a person is, whether you know a certain person, whether you speak Mudburra well or not. Some answers given, especially "I don't know.". Language as given: Mudburra; speakers also readily identify their own variety as Eastern Mudburra

Created: 2016-05-06

Data time period: 2016 to ,

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