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Item metadata
Speaker:
participant,GCSAusE03 - Participant 1,37 participant,GCSAusE03 - Participant 2,64 participant,GCSAusE03 - Participant 4,40 participant,GCSAusE03 - Participant 3,45
Contributor :
Julie Esbensen
Date transcribed :
24 September 2009
Description :
A transcribed conversation between four family members talking after lunch at home. Melissa (M) has given an unusual present to Cindy (C) and Bryan (B). They are trying to guess what it is, along with Tim (T)
Participants :
Bryan (37, Australia, male, L1 English, AU, Postgraduate, Musician/Teacher) Melissa (64, Australia, female, L1 English, AU, Secondary, Retired) Tim (45, Australia, male, L1 English, AU, Postgraduate, Carpenter) Cindy (40, Australia, female, L1 English, AU, Postgraduate, Music Teacher)
Transcribers :
Julie Esbensen (April 2008) Yasuhisa Watanabe (June 2009)
Audience :
Small Group
Communication Context :
Face to Face
Related Document :
GCSAusE03 (Text), Text GCSAusE03 (Raw), Raw GCSAusE03 (Original), Original http://ns.ausnc.org.au/corpora/gcsause/source/GCSAusE03#Audio
Interactivity :
Dialogue
Word Count :
599
Mode :
Spoken
Plaint Text :
Speech Style :
Spontaneous
ns1:lengthOfRecording
7 minutes 45 seconds
ns1:numberOfPeople
4
ns1:place
Brisbane
Creator
Michael Haugh
Identifier
GCSAusE03
Title
GCSAusE03
Discourse Type :
Interactive Discourse
Recording Date :
March 2008
Document metadata
Access Restrictions :
Data or documents associated with this record are available to the School of Languages & Linguistics only. Please contact the CGSAusE collection custodian to request copies.
Contributors :
Esbensen, Julie
Custodian :
School of Languages and Linguistics
Data Owner :
Haugh, Michael
Transcript created :
2008-03-31T00:00:00
Transcript last modified :
2009-09-24T00:00:00
Description :
A transcribed conversation between four family members talking after lunch at home. Melissa has given an unusual present to Cindy and Bryan. They are trying to guess what it is, along with Tim.
Ethics approval number :
LAL/07/HREC
PDF subtype :
PDF/A-1a
Transcript format :
PDF
Transcript length :
1,205 words, 6,069 characters (with spaces), 189 lines
File :
GCSAusE03.pdf
ID :
GCSAusE03#Text
Live Approval Date :
2009-10-15T15:30:25+1000
Name :
GCSAusE03 - Transcript
Creator
Haugh, Michael
Extent:
2992
Identifier
GCSAusE03-plain.txt
Title
GCSAusE03 - Transcript GCSAusE03#Text
Type
Text

GCSAusE03-plain.txt — 2 KB

File contents

that one’s bent
oYou’re getting closero
oh boiled egg
hhhh
yeah jam that on the spike there
so you can crack open your egg dank dink dink dink
no
hah
       
um   making rude signs at people
something remember the last time we were at your
      place for dinner I think it was the night we went to look at the
AH and we said can you get one of those metal blue bendy things
      that we haven’t got on our
hhhaha
table ‘n’ Mum went yeah I’ll get you one of thoseoin
hahuh
Bundaberg
it looks  like dinner forks or it used to be
no after we-
A fork well it used to
      be a fork yeah
after we came home from looking at the lights remember we went down
      and sat at the table under the house
Telekinesisss
This is the result of an experiment in telekinesis
and remember what       you did Cindy
       
do you remember what you did
       
oNoo
       
haven’t got a clue there were lots of buzzy things around
       
oh it holds the mosquito coil
UHOOH
aah so how the hell does that work
I don’t know but thought I thought well it was
Hhh neither do I
goin- they did have one actually and the coil was sitting on there
      hhhh
UhoH
How much did ya pay for it
three dhollars hhhh
I wanna go home and get our forks do you know how many forks you can
      buy for three dollars
Kha hhh
‘nd I’m going to bend them and paint them different colours
      and say hey it’s a mosquito coil holder guys here you go  We
      could make a killing!
you could take that in to show the   manual arts teacher and the
      kids could make one
yes
that’s right a mosquito coil holder
well it was just so  funny because
how would you grade that
Cindy sat there and made- remember you made one out of the alfoil
        thing
the art teacher would have to grade it
and ahm that’s why I thought I’d
      gedit for you
you’d ‘ave t’ get the art teacher in to grade it
it was only three dollars so I thought oh
I mean is that a crap paint job or is it- is that artistic
oh  I just pulled the price tag off it
it looks like it’s been done-
no I’m talking about the paint job in general like it
      looks it looks like obviously they were holding this bit here because
      they haven’t painted that bit   where they were holding it
ah right
ooh
it looks like it was done with a pen
does it 
oh I didn’t notice that
it looks like Joanna’s painted it
ohhhh
no I didn’t notice that
where did ya geddit
ahm at   Moor Park   the craft shop at Moor Park
so when you’re in Moor Park next
wow
we’ll have to go there
we will
get up and our-
you- I bet you bought it   blind drunk
hhhhh
after you’d been to the Bundy Rum factory
hhhhh
I reckon thhis is what Dad thried to eat his Chinese
what a great idea
with after the rum and coke they sold him with too much
Hahahahah
rum in it
Yeah he was chewing on it
and this is the result He’s chewed on
hh
it did he have to get some new teeth while he was
hh
when he came back
uhHeheha 
ooh that’s funny
owell

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