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Chavacáno Learning Series 02 - How to identify the stressed sounds in the Chavacano language

Chavacáno Learning Series 02 - How to identify the stressed sounds in the Chavacano language

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    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com El sunór fuersáo The stressed sound
    • In Chavacano, two words with the same spelling may have different meanings … Na Chavácano, dos palábra con igual létra puéde que ótro el quiére decír …
    • … depending on which sound is stressed. … depénde si cósa sunór el fuerzáo.
    • Not knowing the stressed sound can result in confusion or error. For example: Si no sábe el sunór fuerzáo, posíble que man bùyung o man camalí. Por ejémplo…
    • nada (n.) nothing
    • nada (n.) nothing nada (v.) swim
    • abla (n.) words
    • abla (n.) words abla (v.) say
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tabla (n.) wood
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tabla (n.) wood tabla, (v.) score equally
    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com El señal del sunór fuersáo The symbol of the stressed sound
    • A stressed sound is higher in tone or louder in volume. El sunór fuersáo mas álto el tóno o mas dùro el sunór.
    • The stressed sound has a symbol above the letter. For example… El sunór fuersáo tiene señal arriba del letra. Por ejémplo…
    • náda (n.) nothing
    • náda (n.) nothing nadá (v.) to swim
    • náda (n.) nothing ni náda = with nothing
    • náda (n.) nothing nadá (v.) to swim ni náda = with nothing no nadá = don’t swim
    • ábla (n.) words
    • ábla (n.) words ablá (v.) to say, speak
    • ábla (n.) words mùcho ábla = many words
    • ábla (n.) words ablá (v.) to say, speak mùcho ábla = many words ablá mùcho = say much
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tábla (n.) wood
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tábla (n.) wood tablá, (v.) to get the same score
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tábla (n.) wood tablá, (v.) to get the same score tabla silá = they’re even
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tábla (n.) wood tablá, (v.) get the same score tabla silá = they’re even tábla este = this is wood
    • tabla (adj.) equal, even tábla (n.) wood tablá, (v.) to get the same score tabla silá = they’re even tábla este = this is wood ya tablá sila = they got the same scores
    • corre (adj.) speedy, fast corre (v.) to run
    • córre (adj.) speedy, fast
    • córre (adj.) speedy, fast corré (v.) to run
    • córre (adj.) speedy, fast corré (v.) to run córre éle = he is fast
    • córre (adj.) speedy, fast corré (v.) to run córre éle = he is fast corré éle = he will run
    • este (pron.) this este (n.) east
    • esté (pron.) this
    • esté (pron.) this éste (n.) east
    • esté (pron.) this éste (n.) east esté el cása = this is the house
    • esté (pron.) this éste (n.) east esté el cása = this is the house na éste = in the east
    • lista (n.) list lista (v.) to list
    • lísta (n.) list
    • lísta (n.) list listá (v.) to list
    • lísta (n.) list listá (v.) to list el lísta = the list
    • lísta (n.) list listá (v.) to list el lísta = the list no listá = don’t list
    • si (article before a name) si (agreement; yes)
    • si (article before a name)
    • si (article before a name) sí (agreement; yes)
    • si (article before a name) sí (agreement; yes) si Juan alto = Juan is tall
    • si (article before a name) sí (agreement; yes) si Juan alto = Juan is tall sí, álto éle = yes, he is tall
    • duling (v.) be cross-eyed duling (adj.) cross-eyed
    • dúling (v.) be cross-eyed
    • dúling (v.) be cross-eyed dulíng (adj.) cross-eyed
    • dúling (v.) be cross-eyed dulíng (adj.) cross-eyed no man dúling = don’t get cross-eyed
    • dúling (v.) be cross-eyed dulíng (adj.) cross-eyed no man dúling = don’t get cross-eyed el padre dulíng = the cross-eyed priest
    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com Porque necesíta el señal del sunór fuersáo Why is the stressed sign necessary?
    • There are three (3) reasons: Tiene trés (3) razón:
    • Write the word the way it is said. Escribí el palábra como el abláda 1
    • • This is the lexical transcription standard of all Philippine languages. • Esté el módo de escribída del tódo lenguáje del Filipínas.
    • It reduces confusion and preserves accuracy. Esté ta menorá el confusión y ta preservá el precision del lenguaje. 2
    • • In writing, meaning is transferred clearly and understood accurately. • Na escribída, cláro el dalída y exácto el entendimíento del sentído.
    • • In speech, the correct accent is produced by learners and readers. • Na abláda, exácto el tóno del mana aprendidór y ellos que ta lé.
    • It reduces uncertainty and motivates learning. Esté ta omentá el confianzá na aprendída del lenguáje. 3
    • •Learners are more at ease and confident in learning the language. • Mas tiene gùsto y confiánza el mana aprendidór del languáje.
    • •Since learning is easier, more will want to learn the language. • Cay mas fácil el aprendída, mas mucho el ay aprendé el lenguáje.
    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com El sunór fuersáo The stressed sound
    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com El señal del sunór fuersáo The symbol of the stressed sound
    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com El señal del sunór fuersáo The symbol of the stressed sound
    • APRENDÉ CHAVACÁNO THE CHAVACÁNO LEARNING SERIES Jaime Alfredo Cabrera – Albukhary International University – 6/9/2013 mr.jaime.aiugmail.com Importancia del señal del sunór fuersáo Importance of the stressed sign