北方言語研究 = Northern Language Studies - 別冊1

エウェンキー語音声資料

山田, 祥子//採録・編集

Permalink :  http://hdl.handle.net/2115/89051

Abstract

The present publication aims to make available as a primary source the sound recordings of the Ewenki language (one of the Tungusic languages) taken from Ms. Ekaterina A. BORISOVA in Sakhalin Oblast, Russian Federation, during May-July 2010. Ms. BORISOVA was born in 1949 in Ayan-Maya (or Ayan-Mai) district that is located in the northern part of the Khabarovsk region. The Ewenki language she speaks is believed to be a dialect acquired in her homeland. Based on the geographical condition, it can be assumed to be the Ayan-Maya (or Ayan-Mai) dialect of the Eastern group of dialects, but linguistic features need to be closely observed for more accurate identification of the dialect. The present sound materials contain the followings: 1. Basic vocaburary 2. Numbers 3. Basic conversational expressions 4. Sample sentences based on a questionnaire 5. Text: my background 6. Text: dad, me, and our dog 7. Text: a story about wolves trying to attack reindeer 8. Text: a day in early summer 9. Text: a place, where wild animals gather 10. Text: the new horizon 11. Text: most important is the health of reindeer 12. Text: solonetz 13. Text: my reindeer 14. Text: Manchurian wapiti 15. Text: a bear and a chipmunk (from a Nanai tale) The phonetic transcription, Russian translation, Japanese translation, and (for chapters 4-14 only) the speaker’s own Russian transcription are provided as indexes to the sound materials.


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