Amazonian Kichwa/Quichua

 

Quichua 1-2 Syllabus

IRIS Testing instrument

Pronouns (Quizlet)

Present Tense

Present tense(Quizlet)

Direct object marker -ta/ra

Use of the Present Tense with Object Markers (PowerPoint)                              

Infinitive + object marker with munana

Machakuy sapura mikun: practice with the direct object

Exercises with -chi and -ri

Simple information questions with -ta/-ra and answers (Quizlet)

Past Tense

Verbs in past tens (Tena)

Exercise with past tense (Pastaza)

More practice with past tense using questions + -chu or -ra (Quizlet)

Future Tense

Exercise with the future tense -nga rauna 

Attributive -k

Attributive -k

Attributive with object marker -kta

Attributive -k + m-ana

Attributive -k  with past tense (habitual action "used to" ___)

Co and switch reference suffixes -sha/kpi (Quizlet)

 

-sha/-kpi as if/then

-sha/-kpi as if/then with nina (If you say/want...)

-sha/-kpi as if/then with past tense conditional (If you had I would have).

-sha/-kpi in temporally sequenced actions

-sha simultaneous actions- (adverbial)

-sha/-kpi because (when one verb is the cause of the other)

-sha/-kpi combined with future tense verbs

-sha/-kpi combined with past tense verbs

-sha in polite imperative construction (dame haciendo)

-sha as exaggeration -nsha (pastaza -shá)

Adjectives

Numbers

Adverbs

Conjunctions

although  -llata

More on although, but, change of intention

Conditional

Conditional present tense

Conditional past tense 

Conditional present tense sentences

Conditional past tense sentences

Complex subjects with -shka

Complex predicates with -ska-ra

Imperatives

Immediate imperative

Achuar Immediate imperative (plural)

Polite imperative with -sha kuway

Exercise with negative imperative in 2nd person singular

Indirect speech with nina

iyaiwa "with the idea of

Nominalized -y verb + pasana for perfective aspect

nominalized verb -y + tukuna for passive

nominalized verb -y + apina and kachan

-nay as desire

-naypi if/the with imperative

-llata

 

Place

Exercise with -ma and -manda 

Exercise: Supply the appropriate question with ima or may for answers with -ma and -manda (Quizlet)

locative suffix -pi

Asking Directions in Quichua

Directions

Place Vocabulary

 

Possessives

Possessives (Quizlet)

Possessives with nouns (Quizlet)

Possessive suffix -yuk

Possessive + object marker in the sense of  for_______

Purposive -ngak/ngawa

Purposive suffix -ngak (Quizlet)

-ngak PowerPoint exercize with pictures

 

Questions

Common Questions

Beginning information questions

Questions with -ra and -chu

Supply appropriate question ima/may for answers with -ma/ -manda (Quizlet)

Wondering or rhetorical questions with -y and -cha

-s even hough/ no matter how much

Time and Temporal Movement

Vocabulary of time and temporal movement

Arranging the length of a stay/ practice for talking about duration

Vobabulary and Semantics

Vocabulary 1

Vocabulary 2

Vocabulary 3

Vocabulary 4

Vocabulary 5

Vocabulary 6

Antonyms

Synonyms

Quichua plant names matched to scientific names

Age sets

Colors

Computer terms

Overlapping vocabulary for human, plant, and animal body parts 

Humor   (Swanson, Asichina, the Language of Kichwa Humor)

Kinship Terms

Ayllumanda Rimana: Speaking of Relatives

Phrases for recording and interviewing

Compound verbs with shayana, sirina, llutarina, etc.

Buying, Selling, and Economy

Janis B. Nuckolls and Swanson, Tod D. (2014). "Earthy Concreteness and Anti- Hypotheticalism in Amazonian Quichua Discourse," Tipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America: Vol. 12: Iss. 1, Article 4, 48-60

 

Vocabulary for specific texts or videos

Thunder Catches Boas

Vocabulary for Thunder Catches Boas

 

The Two Kandu Stones (Ishki Kandu Rumi)

Vocabulary for Ishki Kandu Rumi

The Two Kandu Stones: Interpretation and Discussion of the English Translation

 

Vocabulary for story "Wangana Kuraga."

Wangana Kuraga

Vocabulary for lyrics to Uksha Urku

Vocabulary for song "Tamia Tuta

Text of Tamia Tuta

Vocabulary for "Trees Cry"

Vocabulary for video "Why Wake Up a Tree?"

Ordering a meal

Comparison

kwinta/shina  "like"

yallina

Text in Quichua first published in 1640

Sami Pilco, Likchari Ñuka Shungu

Apatikas.

Pacha Guillen, Kushki Campana Shina (Like a silver bell).  Christmas Carol.

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