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Varya 1,7 - @[email protected] [email protected] CHI Varvara...

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@Begin @Languages: ru @Participants: CHI Varvara Target_Child, MOT Mother, FAT Father, DIM Dima Adult, GRM Grandmother, GRF Grandfather, GPP Grandparent Adult @ID: ru|protassova|CHI|1;7.13||||Target_Child|| @ID: ru|protassova|MOT|||||Mother|| @ID: ru|protassova|FAT|||||Father|| @ID: ru|protassova|DIM|||||Adult|| @ID: ru|protassova|GRM|||||Grandmother|| @ID: ru|protassova|GRF|||||Grandfather|| @ID: ru|protassova|GPP|||||Adult|| @Date:14-MAY-1984 @Comment: GPP is used for the code G. Not clear whether it meant grandmother or grandfather. @Comment: THE SECOND SEANCE MAY 14, 15, 16 1984 *MOT: nu chto, druzhochek moj ljubimyj, ty vstal, prosnulsja, potjanulsja ? %com: from a folklore poem %eng: so what, my lovely little friend, you've got up, waken up, stretched yourself ? *CHI: simaj, simaj . %eng: (You) take off, take off . *MOT: net, snimat' ne budem . %eng: no, we'll not take off . *CHI: ubasku simat'. %eng: blouse (to) take off .
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*MOT: rubashku snimaj ? %eng: the blouse (you) take off ? *CHI: ubasku simat'! %eng: blouse (to) take off ! *MOT: a chto zhe my nadenem, esli rubashku snimem ? %eng: and what are we going to put on, if we'll take the blouse off ? *CHI: ubasku simem . %eng: blouse (we'll) take off . *MOT: a my sejchas luchshe nadenem krasivoe plat'ice, belen'kie kolgotochki, krasnen'kie botinochki i pojdem pozdravljat'tetju Ninu s dnem rozhdenija . %eng: and we'll better put now on a beautiful little dress, white little tights, little red little shoes, and we'll go to wish to aunt Nina a happy birthday . *CHI: tata tjota . %com: grandmother, called at home "ba-tata" and the second grandmother called "ba-ljalja" has had birthday yesterday, so perhaps the child expresses her confusion: if it is an aunt, so her name has to be Tata, not Nina . %eng: tata aunt . *MOT: chto+chto ? %eng: what, what ? *CHI: batata tjotja . %eng: batata aunt . *MOT: chto+chto ? %eng: what, what ?
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*CHI: batat . %eng: batata . *CHI: padaat' bataten'ku . %eng: to wish a happy birthday to little batata . *MOT: chto+chto ? %eng: what, what ? *CHI: batatu, batatu . %eng: to batata, to batata . *MOT: var'ka begaet, Var'ka begaet' Var'ka begaet . %eng: varja is running . *CHI: xi &=laugh . *MOT: nu kto begaet to ? %eng: now, who is really running ? *MOT: varja ? %eng: is it Varja ? *CHI: u, Vajka begait, Vajka begait, Vajka begait . %eng: u, Varja is running . *CHI: I, Butyjka stait . %eng: I, a bottle is standing . *CHI: vot, basaja, vot . %eng: here, a big, here . *CHI: von ana . %eng: there she is . *CHI: otin' basaja, agomaja . %eng: very big, huge . *MOT: nu kakaja zhe æto ogromnaja butylochka, æto maaalen'kaja butylochka,
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a ty govorish' ogromnaja . %eng: how, this is a huge little bottle, this is a smaaaal little bottle, and you say "huge". *MOT: æto maaalen'kaja butylochka . %eng: it is a smaaal little bottle . *CHI: main'kaja . %eng: a small . *CHI: daj mami, daj mami . %eng: (you) give to mummy, (you) give to mummy . *CHI: butyat'ku daj . %eng: the little bottle (you) give . *MOT: varen'ka, ja sejchas ne mogu vzjat' u tebja butylku . %eng: varja, now I cannot take the bottle from you .
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