Orreaga Ibarra

I-074

  • Owner: Euskarabidea-mediateka
  • Researcher: Iñaki Gaminde
  • Main theme: Questionnaire: syntax.
  • Permission to query: Free
  • Permission to publish: Limited
  • Sound quality: Good
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Etxaleku
Piece Time Summary
B01 00:00:00
00:17:38
Walking in the mountains is good. Children like playing. Those (men) like eating well. I forgot to close the door. You (sing.) had better come tomorrow. They want us to be here. They have stopped sowing wheat. That (man) has given up smoking. I am happy to see you (sing.). He fell down because he was walking quickly. I like them playing here. The mother likes us eating at home. It is not good to say that. Not seeing well gives you headaches. I do not want you (sing.) to do it. I did not ask them to bring it. The mother told us to be here. I bought this to give it to the boy. That (man) intends to come. He does not feel like eating. I have come to see the mother. I am bored of waiting. I will try to finish early. I am tired of cutting grass. I remembered to buy (it). Hey, remember to buy (it). That (man) has learnt to play the “txistu”. I taught him to do it. That (man) has forgotten how to speak in Basque. I have started eating. He has stayed for dinner. I have started heating lunch. I helped him to finish. They caught him stealing. Not walking is bad. They left because they did not want dinner. I eat vegetable to avoid getting fat. You (sing.) do not have to go. You (sing.) do not have to say it. I regret arriving late. Now I know what to say. Tell him to bring everything. I was born here. That (man) comes from elsewhere. When you (sing.) finish, we will go home. When you (sing.) buy, you will show it to me. The (thing/s) brought from Iruña have been stored away. That was made by the mother. He appeared when we were in the mountains. We were out when it began to rain. Close the door on your (sing.) way out. I saw you (sing.) on my way here. We will go home when we finish eating. We will eat when we finish work. I will go home while you (plu.) finish. I will get lunch ready while you (sing.) do that. No sooner had he arrived than he went to bed. Close (sing.) the window before turning (it) on. He will come by the time you (sing.) have finished. He died soon after falling ill. I recognised him as soon as I heard him. They had left by the time we went. I have not seen him since he came. The dog barks as soon as it hears a noise. Wash (sing.) your hands before eating. We will be here until they come. He stays for dinner every time he comes. I will wait for you (sing.) until you finish. He always brings something when he comes. We did it as you (sing.) said. That (man) speaks as if he knew. He spends (money) as if he were rich. I did this (one) like that (woman) did. That (man) is like the father. They sit as they arrive. I went to the shop with the idea of buying a shirt. That (man) looks like you (sing.). He eats the strawberries as he picks them. They came with the idea of speaking to us. The dog bit him when he was leaving home. Taking the money, he left. He spends (money) what he earns (it). According to them, they will come home. It is no good bringing that. I have brought a cheese like the one you (sing.) saw. The electricity failed while we were having dinner. You (sing.) will not fix anything saying that. He sells them as he makes them Telling the truth is sufficient. I have brought a shirt like the one the father has. The old houses are disappearing. You (sing.) are as big as that (man). It is as big as the one that you (sing.) have brought. They will get somewhere by working. The higher you are, the better you can see. The smaller, the better. That is much easier. I have brought the amount the mother said. There are more and more things. There are less and less children. This (man) has eaten as much as the brother. The more you (sing.) bring, the better. He has not come because it is late. The fewer children, the better. They have brought much more. He has bought much less. As it is Monday, we went to work today. I have to put (it) here, because if not, there is no room. It is necessary to buy the biggest (one) possible. That (man) does not know Basque because he is not from here. It is better not to do it than to do it badly. I am going, it is late. Take (sing.) an umbrella, it looks like it is going to rain. As we are here, we will go to see him. It is better to keep quiet than to speak badly. Once started, you have to finish. If we had gone home, we would have seen him. Seeing as how you (sing.) have started, finish. Although a lot have come, everyone will have dinner. Although the weather is bad, we will go to the mountains. You cannot go unless you have a car. You cannot see it unless you arrive early. Although he has not come, it does not matter. Although it is not right, it might do. You (sing.) have to eat; otherwise you (sing.) will always be small. You can arrive sooner by car. Even if you (sing.) finished at ten o’clock, it would be late. Even if he came early, we would see it. You can go to the mountains when the weather is good. He will be home or failing that in the inn. Despite being from the village, I do not know him. We will not arrive on time even if we go by car. I knew him even without seeing him. It is so big that it cannot go through the door. We are going to go even if we have to walk. I will not give it to him even if he begs on his knees. He is so fat that he may fall ill. He has given it to us without our even asking. This (man) does not stay at home even when the weather is bad. He has done it without even wanting to. He has learnt Basque even though he is not from here. That man Appeared when we were out. I burnt myself lighting the fire. The closer you are, the better you hear. I have brought a book which is similar to the one you (sing.) showed me. No sooner had I bought it than I lost it. It will be finished by the time he arrives. I will be with him when he comes.
A01 00:00:00
00:27:50
That is bigger. That is smaller. I am younger than you (sing.). That (man) is older than you (sing.). That one is better. That one is worse. It is better that way. It is worse that way. That is getting bigger and bigger. That is getting older and older. You (sing.) are as young as I am. That (woman) is as big as the mother. You (sing.) are as big as that one. This one is as good as yours (sing.). I prefer these ones to those. I prefer the morning to the afternoon. You (sing.) have brought more than I have. That (woman) has bought less than we have. You (sing.) have as much money as I have. That (man) has eaten as much as the brother. That is too big. It is too small. They have brought too much. That (man) has too much. That is the youngest boy. That is the oldest woman. I am not so fat. You (sing.) are not so tall. That (man) is not so slim. That (man) is quite large. That (man) is quite small. There are a good number of sheep here. That is a bit hot. That is a bit cold. That (man) is very tall. That (man) is very young. That is very pretty. The river is dirty. The food is salty. That has been said. That is broken. I have heard that. Something like that is what I have come to understand. That (man) is the priest in the village. The neighbour is the priest in that village. My brother is working as a shepherd in America. They have sent that (man) away as a servant. They have chosen that (man) as mayor. He has jumped into the water. The mother has put the pan on the heat. They have carried him in their arms. Those (women) have been in the sun. They went left. The apple trees are in blossom. I have put the food on the small heat. They have put it in the water from the fountain. They were to my left. He was to my left. I had the child in my arms. We were in the same place. They came by the same path. We have drunk a glass of water. They have brought a cart of grass. Give me a kilo of pears. How much is a kilo of pears? I have been waiting for an hour. The kitchen is three metres long. About ten have come. About fifteen of us will go to have dinner. They charge a hundred a kilo. They give you two hundred for each one. We will eat this between us. In that house they gave us a bit of cheese each. We have three each. His friend has come to him. That (man) brought the hens and his brother killed them. His own father hit him. His mother always speaks to him in Basque. Her sister is bringing dinner. Have you (sing.) bought anything? Have you (sing.) seen anybody out? I have not brought anything. I have not seen anybody. Those (men) have brought something. Somebody has come into the house. Anybody can come. Say anything. Some children will come tomorrow. They are bringing some sheep. Each lives in his own home. Each does as he wishes. That is hard for yourself. You can do that yourself. We have eaten together. Those (men) have come together. We sat down one behind another. We know each other. That (man) is from here. He is here. Have you (sing.) seen him anywhere? Have you (sing.) ever been in Etxalar? Have they gone somewhere? They took him for a fool. They took him for a friend. What house is he in? I have been in three houses. I will come on Sunday. The noise has been going on all night. He has been away for the last few years. I have been in Pamplona for three days. That (man) has been in America for many years. Wait a bit. Close the window a moment. He has been ill for four weeks. How many days have you (sing.) been away for? He has not come for two days. He has not come recently. I have not seen him recently. Chicken is a hundred pesetas. What hill have you (sing.) been to? I have been to three houses. I saw him again three days later. I have to go in four weeks. What house have you (sing.) come from? I have come from three houses. I have not seen him since yesterday. He has not come since then. They have walked from street to street. They have come from door to door. What house is your wife from? How many doors does the house have? What colour is the skirt? A four-year-old boy has come? They have brought a hundred-kilo stone. It is your (sing.) fault that we are late. They did it for money. We have done it well despite everything. We have arrived early in spite of you (sing.). Where do you (sing.) know me from? How long have you (sing.) not seen him for? Snow is good for the ground. That is bad for the health. He will be here by tomorrow. This is due today. We caught the bus to Pamplona. This is the way home. When is the job for? What did you (sing.) do that for? We were there until three. They were talking until five. How long will you (sing.) be here for? They have gone home. They will come in three days. He will leave in a week. He is normally eating at that time. That (man) often comes. They normally have dinner late. It is always the same with that (man).That (man) has often come. That (woman) has normally spoken with the mother. Next month they will come often. We will see him often next week. If he arrives soon, I will see him. If you (sing.) bring me that, I will take it home. If I had money, I would like to live well. If I went to the mountains, I would get lost. If you (sing.) brought that, we would take it. If that (man) were Basque, he would be with us. If they do not bring bread, we will not have dinner. If they do not come soon, they will not see us. I can go home. If the weather is good, we could go to the mountains. I can come tomorrow. I have managed to be with that (man) today. I managed to bring lunch yesterday. The mother could enter the church. Can we enter here? You can say that. This (man) can enter the house. That (man) can say what he wants. I want that (man) to come. Those (men) want us to be here. Hold that child in case he falls. I have closed the door in case they catch cold. I am afraid he might come. He is afraid that they might take it from him. That (man) is afraid that he might fall. Let him come. Let him bring (it). Let him not go. Let him not eat. If it rained today. If the weather were good. I have to go home. I will have to go to the mountains tomorrow. He had to go home this morning. That (man) wants to get married. He will want to come tomorrow. The father wanted to come earlier today. I cannot go with you (sing.) I will not be able to come tomorrow. I could not come earlier this morning. They made the child cry. They made the father come. They made that (man) come. The mother made him get up early. They made that (man) finish everything. We are having dinner. I was eating when he came. When you (sing.) arrive tomorrow, I will be finishing. What are you (sing.) doing? What are you (sing.) doing there? What are you (sing.) up to? I have this here. It is raining. It will snow tomorrow. It rained this morning. It is normally very cold here. It used to snow a lot here. That (man) can sing. He dared take it. They let me past. That (man) is still studying. I accompanied him home. I looked at him. I called him. I waited for him. I held the dog. I pushed him. They followed me. That (man) remembers the village. I cannot remember the name now. I realised that. What do you (sing.) care? I do not care. That does not matter. What do you (sing.) think of that? That seems fine to me. I went up home. I left late. The dog is out. I am standing. I was in Irurtzun this morning. That (man) was sitting. That is hard to believe. That is easy to do. I would prefer to come tomorrow. That (woman) would prefer to stay. I have the bread. I have the key in my pocket. I had that. You (sing.) kept the bread.
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I-074-B 17:38
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I-074-A 27:50
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