Lesson #3: Get Dressed

Leda Jules: Pelly Banks dialect

Goal: Learning verbs associated with putting on clothes

 


Mom: Hadī! Gūyéh dū́gūnehsādī gūjá’ dūłą̄́ déh nḗdentlʼų̄́ʼ.
Hurry! With-how long- happen-not- then-you dress.
Hurry! How long itʼs been and you are not even dressed!
Hadī! Denekegehdį̄ kʼǭ́ā ekū́dé kū́hyegá łédzedūʼā́zī́ dege.
Hurry!-people they teach-building-that much time-there-we (2) will arrive-for.
Hurry so we will get to school!
Paul: Yā yéh nḗdenestlʼų̄́-ā?
What-with- I dress-information question?
What should I wear?
Mom: Tūtāl detlį̄se dídentʼēs īyéh ēch detʼele dényā́.
Pants- blue- you put on- then- shirt- red- you put on.
Put on your blue pants and put on the red T-shirt.
Dūłą̄́ nesweater ę̄dī gíndah!
Not-your sweater-without- you go around!
And don’t forget to put on your sweater!
Paul: Ham, estsʼā́dé’ dekʼą̄dze desūsʼą̄́ī, ī hį̄́ endį̂?
Yes, my hat- new- I want to wear,-that-question- where is it?
Okay, and I want to wear my new hat, where is it?
Mom: Ī neʼḗjé’ selaī kū́hyigá gūdíseʼān.
That-your shirts- placed- there- itʼs positioned.
It’s where you have your shirts.
Paul: Eslikʼónéʼ tēdéstl’īt dūłā́ megēgūsʼą̄́.
My socks- lost- not- I find.
I lost my socks, I canʼt find them.
Mom: Ną́ʼ didī dídentʼēs.
Here- this- you put on.
Here, put these ones on!
Paul: Ǭ́gī́ sōgī́ gū́sdlī́-am?
Outside- cold- yes /no question?
Is it really cold outside?
Mom: Ham, ǭ́gī́ sōgī́ łą̄́ gū́sdlīʼ.
Yes- outside- really- cold.
Yes, it’s cold outside.
Negṓdé tī́hkṓnī disendā’, nelābādé kʼī dédīndī́ch.
Your coat- warm- you put on- your mitts- also- you put on.
Put on your warm jacket and your mitts!
Nekē tī́hkṓnī dídīnhʼḗts!
Your boots warm you put on!
Put on the warm boots!
Paul: Ham, kḗnéhtēdé dûsyā́ sį̄́.
Yes- all I will wear maybe.
Ok, I will put all that on.
Mom: Nekʼōséʼ hī́?
Your neck- what about?
What about your neck!
Sātʼał nekʼōs dédentlʼų̄́. Dūłá nekēnūtenī dege!
Scarf your neck- you tie.  Not- you will freeze- from!
Put on your scarf so you don’t freeze!
Paul: Sṓgā́ sénlá’ mōmā!  Negā́nūstą̄́ sį̄́!
Thanks- mother! I will see you-maybe!
Thanks mom! See you later!
Sṓgā́ sénlá’!
Good- you made me!
Thank you!
Mom: Sṓgā́ deyéndāʼ!
Good- you take care of yourself!
Take a good care of yourself!
Gūtlʼą̂ déh negā́nūstą̄́ sį̄́.
Later- then- I will see you-maybe.
I will see you in the afternoon.

 

C1: Tūtā́l dídentā́ł!
Put on pants!
Tūtā́l dídentʼḗs!
Wear your pants!
C2: Ēch dísendāʼ!
Wear a shirt! (or) You are wearing a shirt.
C3: Ēch dényā́!
Put on a shirt!
S2: Ēch dekidī dísendāʼ.
You are wearing a sweater.
C4: Ēch dekidī dényā́!
Put on a sweater!
S3: Tsʼat dísenʼān.
You are wearing a hat.
C5: Likʼṓn dídentā́ł!
Put on socks!
C6: Nelikóne dídenʼḗts!
Wear your socks!
C7: Gōt dísendā!
Wear a coat!
C8: Gōt dényā́!
Put on a coat!
C9: Labā́t dédīndī́ch!
Wear some mitts!
C10: Nekē dídīnhʼets!
Put on some shoes!
Kē dídentʼāł
Pull up you boots!
C11: Nekē dídīnhʼḗts!
Wear your shoes!
S4: Sātʼal dísetlʼūn.
Heʼs wearing a scarf.
S5: Estūtā́léʼ detʼele dídēsʼēts.
I am wearing my red pants.
S6: Ēch dísesdāʼ.
I am wearing a shirt.