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Speaker:
participant,GCSAusE04 - Participant 2,20 participant,GCSAusE04 - Participant 1,26
Contributor :
Noriko Sekiya
Date transcribed :
24 September 2009
Description :
A transcribed conversation between two female students that occurred in a University classroom before class.
Participants :
Courtney (26, Australia, female, L1 English, AU, Postgraduate, ESL Instructor) Molly (20, Australia, female, L1 English, AU, Undergraduate, Student)
Transcribers :
Noriko Sekiya (April 2008) Yasuhisa Watanabe (June 2009)
Audience :
Small Group
Communication Context :
Face to Face
Related Document :
GCSAusE04 (Raw), Raw GCSAusE04 (Text), Text http://ns.ausnc.org.au/corpora/gcsause/source/GCSAusE04#Audio GCSAusE04 (Original), Original
Interactivity :
Dialogue
Word Count :
1096
Mode :
Spoken
Plaint Text :
Speech Style :
Spontaneous
ns1:lengthOfRecording
5 minutes 7 seconds
ns1:numberOfPeople
2
ns1:place
Brisbane
Creator
Michael Haugh
Identifier
GCSAusE04
Title
GCSAusE04
Discourse Type :
Interactive Discourse
Recording Date :
March 2008
Document metadata
Contributors :
Sekiya, Noriko
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 two female students that occurred in a University classroom before class.
Ethics approval number :
LAL/07/HREC
PDF subtype :
PDF/A-1a
Transcript format :
PDF
Transcript length :
1,490 words, 9,971 characters (with spaces), 202 lines
File :
GCSAusE04.pdf
ID :
GCSAusE04#Text
Live Approval Date :
2009-10-15T15:26:39+1000
Name :
GCSAusE04 - Transcript
Creator
Haugh, Michael
Extent:
6106
Identifier
GCSAusE04-plain.txt
Title
GCSAusE04 - Transcript GCSAusE04#Text
Type
Text

GCSAusE04-plain.txt — 5 KB

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oh Megan ahm hhhh
hi hhhh
recently   I’ve been cooking a lot of Japanese food at
home
ah yeah
yeah because it’s just   more convenient and it’s
healthier
do you eat Japanese food more often than       than
             Australian food
      C
yeah than
             Australian food yeah definitely
I think   Japanese food it’s expensive but when
yeah
we get all the right ingredients   like mirin soyuu-
shoyu
            and sake and all that   it-   it
yeah
get easier to cook yeah
oh okay  yeahyeah
how about you do you do much cooking at home
ahm basic things not really Japanese food cause it’s too
um-
tricky
un hm
ahm   and yeah like its expensive to buy all the
            ingredients from the     asian supermarket
hmhm                 yeah
ahm I-   I basically just   I don’t know we eat
            chicken nuggets  fish fingers 
OH YUM
yeah salad we have a lot of salad and hamburgers
     C
yeah oh
            that's healthymobile phone ring
the other night we had ahm  mouth click we had
hamburgers
         which is like it’s gotta lot-   
un hm
 the ingredients for that’s gonna last at least  
     Cyeah
a couple   a couple more days and stuff so      
     C
okey
are they handmade   hunbergers
yeah handmade hamburgers
like
     Coh
so we bought like meat patties n staff so 
yeah should
teach me
            how to do that
really it’s really easy you just put   you know the buns
un hm
then the salad and   you haven’t made hamburger before
yeah
I’ve never
made
            hamburger in my life
I’ve never made actual the burger bit
yeah
but   once you buy that that’s okay
ah okay
that sounds all complicated
oh phhhhh
you get mince   you get onions and graded   vegies
     M
 oh no
            I haven’t actualy made- no I haven’t made- haven’t made  
            the hamburger from scratch
ah
yeah   oh is that you meant
yes yes
oh ok no we bought them hhhh
AH you
bought them
we
bought
            patties
ah okay
so I don’t know
hum           that’s easy then
yeah   so like it would be easy to do them from
            scratch just get mince and the      and the onion
hum                             yep yep
yeah
but would it be cheaper
  ahm   probably well it cost about six dollars for
            ten   hamburger patties   so that’s   pretty cheap
that’s  not  too  bad                hm
but I don’t know if you can get much cheaper than that  
un hm
but    I don’ know what- what   food do you cook most
un hm
at home
ahm  I cook a lot of rice based dishes like dishes
to
            go with rice like chicken grilled chicken um fish and
oh
yes
vegies on the side I dunno before I went to Japan I was
hm
            really into pasta and potato and all that kind of stuff
yeah
but now rice is like my staple  diet rice is something
     Mhm
            in suit
so not really bread
not really I haven’t had bread   in ages
so you don’t buy bread
no not really not for toast
for toast or sandwiches or anything
no well it’s not filling
yeah no I feel   a lot fuller if I eat   rice  
         
hm
an- and it last forever like you buy a packet for three
˚yeah
dollars and it’s like   a whole heap   so
yeah so it’ll
last you
           for quite a while   hm
hm   but my brother’s not very keen
on  
           rice   like             ‘casue he’s not into the
Asian
ah there you go
hhhhhhh
food whereas I am
oh
so he’s a bit like   nohh we won’t have Asian
food
             don’t cook anything Japanese or don’t cook anything
yeah
Chinese for me h no stir-friesh  so
oh okay
so we might have to   cook things individually or
whatever
un hm
           so if he eats Asian food what would he eat- eat
he
likes ahm
           sweet and sour pork hhh h very typical   Chinese things
ahhe
           hm
ahm beef and black bean   that kind of stuff
yeah     
           ah okay
and honey chicken
un hmhm
but he’s   yeah not into the typical
Japanese
           food like ramen or    whatever
yeah
RAMEN ANYONE can
eat
yeahh ahhh
ramen
it’s just two minute noodles but   what’s your favourite
ah
Japanese food
Oh don’t get me started it’s sushi   hhhhh
ohh        ah okay sushi
yeah but not just any other sushi it’s a special type of
           sushi where   ahm they wrap it   really tightly in a
           square form and they cut it like they wrap it in some
oh
kind of leaf yeah            not circular and when you
square not- not   circular
eat it there’s a soury- sour taste
oh
kinda thing a- a- I don’t know what it’s called but
             but that’s probably my favourite sushi
oh wow
I think it’s like somethin-
can you buy it in Australia
no you can’t                    
oh okay   well that’s probably why I
haven’t
           tasted it
yeah   you should try
yeah
do you like soury tasty food like it’s a bit-
ahm
           yeah I do I do
um hm then you’ll probably love that
like ahm  do you like umeboshis like is it like  
I love
that kind of sour-
YEAH just that kind of sourness yeah         
ah         I didn’t at
first
           but then my tastebuds got
un hm
ahm like kind of   adjusted and yeah now I can
un hm
eat them
hm
but   yeah really into sweet and really into
sa- savoury sour   things
hmoh yeah
no my favourite
food
           would have to be Danish fetta which is very saltyh and
           really sour it’s like  hm       it’s like a feta cheese
Danish fetta what’s that
           un hm
but it’s like Danish feta’s a lot creamierh
hm
and a lot   saltier so it’s really good on  
anything
             hamburgers
hamburgers good
ahm sandwiches
yeah
in pasta like I can make a pasta that’s   with garlic
hm
and that- that cheese and it’s really nice
just the garlic and tha- that cheese
that oh oh and
           pasta and like   boc-co-ci- I think it’s boccocini or
yeahh
what that cut spinachy stuff yeah
ah okay                 yeah yeah
OH YUM
so yeah this is making me hungry hhhh hhhh
hhhhhh
it’s funny how every time we talk- we talk about food
yeah
ehhhhhhh
even when without Noriko             phone ringing

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