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Document 1548

Conversation: Buckie - Mother and child 12, recording 1: getting ready for playschool

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Copyright holder(s): SCOTS Project, Dr Jennifer Smith

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F1095 Right come on then, cause we've to go to playgroup and that. [inaudible] Just leave that there.
M1096 Mm.
F1095 [CENSORED: forename] leave it! Leave it! Hurry up and get your breakfast eaten. I said leave it. Dinna touch it, right?
M1096 [inaudible]
F1095 Hang in then. [CENSORED: forename].
M1096 [?]Tea[/?]!
F1095 Eh? //Oh, you've finished it.//
M1096 //[?]Tea[/?].//
F1095 If you swing your legs round, and put in your feet [inaudible]. No, sit doon on your bum. That's it. We've to go and wash your face and brush your teeth.
M1096 Fitt first?
F1095 Eh? Well, you finish your breakfast first.
M1096 Open the calendar //first.//
F1095 //No, you're nae gonna hae// time. You've got to eat your breakfast quick. Got to go to playschool in ten minutes.
M1096 I'm going to show teachers my penny.
F1095 Well but you dinna ken fitt you've got, do you? Right come on then, a big bite.
M1096 [laugh]
F1095 Right come here [inaudible] sort ye. That's it. That's right. That's better. Right, here. Come on. Another big bite. Oh! [?]Bide[/?] here.
M1096 But, but, but, but I- I'm going [inaudible].
F1095 Come here a minute till I see ye. [inaudible] What you going over there for?
M1096 Mm. Not a little [inaudible] [?]over there[/?].
F1095 What for?
M1096 Cause cause I want to play with the lego mannie.
F1095 No, we've got nae time [CENSORED: forename]. You took so long to eat your breakfast.
M1096 [humming]
F1095 Right. No, come on. Farr's your toast? Get it eaten. Hurry up!
M1096 But, but
F1095 No, but nothing. Get your toast //eaten.//
M1096 //[sob]// //[sob]//
F1095 //[CENSORED: forename], you havena time. Come on, we need to wash your face.//
M1096 [sob]
F1095 Right, a big bite. A big bite then.
M1096 [child noise]
F1095 Again.
M1096 [eating noises] Huh huh huh.
F1095 That's it.
M1096 It's Santa Claus's //[?]snow[/?].//
F1095 //Well he winna be coming to your hoose if you dinna get a move on.// Think I'll tell them this afternoon at the party that you took so long to eat aa your breakfast and aa your dinner and your supper.
M1096 [inaudible] That's a monkey. No!
F1095 Nae, it's a [inaudible].
M1096 A b-. [?]Covonia[/?]
F1095 Covonia.
M1096 [?]Covonia[/?]
F1095 Come on then. //[inaudible]//
M1096 //[?]Covonia[/?]// [child noise]
F1095 You shouldnae even be through here. You should still be sitting at the table.
M1096 [sniff] [child noise]
F1095 Right here, two big bites and that'll be it. Or maybe three big bites. Right [inaudible].
M1096 Mm!
F1095 And that'll be you.
M1096 You hae it.
F1095 No. Right. No, whit ye daein?
M1096 [inaudible] No, no, open my calendar first!
F1095 Well, you better be quick but you're nae eating it just noo. No! Number two. No, number two, farr's number two. That's number one.
M1096 Number two.
F1095 Right, see fitt's in there then.
M1096 Fitt?
F1095 Fitt's in there? What is it? Ah! It's a Mars
M1096 It's a Mars Bar.
F1095 Right. We'll have to leave it there, okay? //And go brush your teeth.//
M1096 //[child noise]// //[child noise]//
F1095 //You never finished your toast. It's still in your moo.//
M1096 [snort] //No!//
F1095 //Come here an I'll check [inaudible]// check the computer.
M1096 [inaudible]
F1095 Mm?
M1096 [inaudible]
F1095 No, to check the emails. Oh, I think we'll be takin the car the day cause it's chuckin wi rain.
M1096 Oh I see.
F1095 Mm, it's a horrible day.
M1096 Is it?
F1095 Mmhm.
M1096 [laugh]
F1095 What you doing? //[cough]//
M1096 //[cough]//
F1095 Excuse me.
M1096 [laugh] [cough]
F1095 Excuse me.
M1096 Uh. [laugh]
F1095 Will you stop poking me //please.//
M1096 //[laugh]// [laugh] //[laugh]//
F1095 //Now watch now or you're going to fall.// [inaudible] This one's ready. [CENSORED: forename], where you going?
M1096 [child noise] [singing] Mummy.
F1095 Fitt? //Eh? You going awa to brush your//
M1096 //Some.// //[banging]//
F1095 //teeth?// Watch now.
M1096 Oh oh. [child noise]
F1095 Careful. Watch your heid.
M1096 Gonna get a [inaudible]. I'm showing [CENSORED: forename] this. She hasna got one yet.
F1095 What? Hasna got fitt?
M1096 That's.
F1095 He's not got fitt?
M1096 That thing.
F1095 Fitt? Aye, I ken. Ah but we'll take it off. In a wee minute, before we go.
M1096 But I'm showing [CENSORED: forename]. [child noises] Wait. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, fourteen, sixteen! I'm nae, tellin [CENSORED: forename] you havena got this yet.
F1095 [computer printer] [CENSORED: forename], watch! [computer printer] Dinna pull it now. [computer printer] Go and get a pencil [inaudible] will ye?
M1096 Okay. Fitt? Fitt?
F1095 Or a pen. Get the ain beside the phone.
M1096 That's it. Here it goes.
F1095 Thank you. Ta. [computer printer] Wait a minute.
M1096 Here it goes.
F1095 [CENSORED: forename]. Just a wee bit.
M1096 That's [inaudible].
F1095 [computer printer] Dinna pull it. No! Dinna do that. Just leave it. [inaudible] [computer printer]
M1096 Here you go.
F1095 [computer printer]
M1096 Mum.
F1095 [computer printer] //That's a blank bit out.//
M1096 //Here it goes.// Blank bit [inaudible]
F1095 [computer printer]
M1096 Put it back.
F1095 [computer printer] Oh looks. //[computer printer]//
M1096 //[child noises]//
F1095 Fitt you doing? [computer printer]
M1096 [laugh]
F1095 [computer printer] [CENSORED: forename], careful. [inaudible] [computer printer]
M1096 Here's another ain.
F1095 Mmhm. [computer printer] Careful. [computer printer]
M1096 There you go.
F1095 Thank you, that's enough.
M1096 That's it.
F1095 Mmhm.
M1096 I see if my tape recorder's
F1095 No, just leave it. We're going awa to get our teeth brushed and then we're going awa to playgroup and then we'll take it off, okay?
M1096 [inaudible] What's [inaudible]?
F1095 No, dinna touch that cause I'll need that.
M1096 But, but! Look Mummy!
F1095 Fitt? Oh aye, fa's that?
M1096 That's Rory //in a r-//
F1095 //No, that's the Muppets. It's Kermit and Miss Piggy.// I used to watch that when I was little.
M1096 Was it in a [inaudible] Dad?
F1095 Aye.
M1096 And, and the um su- supposed to be a erm erm in a, William is supposed to be a little boy?
F1095 Come on in and get your teeth //brushed then cause we've got to go. Quickly!//
M1096 //Aye.// [child noise]
F1095 Here!
M1096 Um [inaudible].
F1095 Come on then. Here. Will I dae it? //You dae it.//
M1096 //No I like doing it.//
F1095 Right, up on your steppie.
M1096 [child noise]
F1095 Let's see.
M1096 How do you ge- get?
F1095 [inaudible] We'll put it off in a minute. Right hang in there.
M1096 Aye. Hey, hey what about that //the [inaudible] wee bit o [inaudible].//
F1095 //[inaudible]// [electric toothbrush] Come on then, brush your teeth then. [CENSORED: forename], brush! [running water] Fitt you daein? //[running water] [inaudible]//
M1096 //[inaudible]//
F1095 [running water] [inaudible] [running water] //[running water]//
M1096 //[inaudible]//
F1095 Mm? [running water] //[running water]//
M1096 //Muffet, Muffet.// Is that, is that a little p- pig and Muffet? Muffet a pig?
F1095 No, the Muppets. There's Miss Piggy and oh goodness, canna remember the other names [inaudible].
M1096 Mu- muppe-
F1095 Like that. Where's your teeth? Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog, I canna remember the rest of their names.
M1096 I don't ken either.
F1095 Right. Right, we'll get you-. Come here and I'll tuck you in and we'll get your cardigan on and then we'll jump in the car and that'll be us. Ready? Okay.
M1096 Mm put that.
F1095 Aye, just wait though. Just wait!
M1096 [inaudible] Tuck me in.
F1095 Here, your buttons is opened. Now.
M1096 Playgroup.
F1095 Mmhm.
M1096 I'm going to play with [CENSORED: forename].
F1095 Are you? Well I dinna ken if [CENSORED: forename] will be there the day. Wait a minute. Cause eh
M1096 Tape recorder.
F1095 he's nae well.
M1096 No he wasna.
F1095 Right, okay then.

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Information about Document 1548

Conversation: Buckie - Mother and child 12, recording 1: getting ready for playschool

Audio

Audio audience

For gender Mixed
Audience size 2

Audio awareness & spontaneity

Speaker awareness Aware
Degree of spontaneity Spontaneous
Special circumstances surrounding speech Participants asked to wear microphone while going about daily life

Audio footage information

Year of recording 2003
Recording person id 509
Size (min) 16
Size (mb) 63

Audio footage series/collection information

Part of series
Contained in Set of recordings made in Buckie of mothers and children

Audio setting

Leisure/entertainment
Private/personal
Recording venue Participants' house
Geographic location of speech Buckie

Audio relationship between recorder/interviewer and speakers

Acquaintance
Speakers knew each other Yes

Audio speaker relationships

Family members or other close relationship

Audio transcription information

Transcriber id 1177
Year of transcription 2007
Year material recorded 2003
Word count 1047

Audio type

Conversation
General description Dialogue while going about daily life

Participant

Participant details

Participant id 1095
Gender Female
Decade of birth 1970
Educational attainment University
Age left school 18
Occupation Trainee Primary Teacher
Place of birth Buckie
Region of birth Moray
Birthplace CSD dialect area Mry
Country of birth Scotland
Place of residence Buckie
Region of residence Moray
Residence CSD dialect area Mry
Country of residence Scotland
Father's occupation Roofing foreman
Father's place of birth Buckie
Father's region of birth Moray
Father's birthplace CSD dialect area Mry
Father's country of birth Scotland
Mother's occupation Dressmaker

Participant

Participant details

Participant id 1096
Gender Male
Decade of birth 2000
Occupation schoolchild
Place of birth Elgin
Region of birth Moray
Birthplace CSD dialect area Mry
Country of birth Scotland
Place of residence Buckie
Region of residence Moray
Residence CSD dialect area Mry
Country of residence Scotland
Father's occupation Offshore crane operator
Father's place of birth Aberdeen
Father's region of birth Aberdeen
Father's birthplace CSD dialect area Abd
Father's country of birth Scotland
Mother's occupation Trainee Teacher
Mother's place of birth Buckie
Mother's region of birth Moray
Mother's birthplace CSD dialect area Mry
Mother's country of birth Scotland

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