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Conversation: Buckie - Mother and child 16, recording 2: playing match the pairs and doing a jigsaw

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M1094 What's next erm this one!
F1093 That's not a jigsaw.
M1094 What is it then? What is it then?
F1093 A pair game.
M1094 Can I do it with you? Will you [inaudible] do it with me?
F1093 Yes.
M1094 Cause it's big enough I think. It's a big ain. It's a big one fo-. [child noise] Got some counting here. Will you manage to make it? Will you manage to make it yourself? How, how. What bit is it you do first? What bit is it you do first, Mum? What bit is it you do first? I found two stars. Can you find stars next?
F1093 Hm?
M1094 You find stars next. You find stars next.
F1093 Right, put that one over that bit.
M1094 [inhale] This is okay.
F1093 Right you need to turn them all //over, and then you pick out all the pairs.//
M1094 //You find//
F1093 Okay? Turn all the pieces up so you can see them.
M1094 I've got two more stars.
F1093 Oh yeah you've got a pair, you've got two stars.
M1094 I got two.
F1093 Eh? Right, turn them all over.
M1094 Gonna get a su- sun.
F1093 Now you've to go and visit the playgroup on Monday. //Remember?//
M1094 //Why?// Why?
F1093 Go and have a look round and see where you'll be going to playgroup after Christmas.
M1094 Why not. Why not go yet?
F1093 Well you're not old enough to go yet. You have to be three. And you're not three until next month. So after the Christmas holidays you'll start playgroup. Ooh! You looking foward to that?
M1094 Yes.
F1093 Yes. But on Monday we've to go over and have a visit. And meet your teacher. Eh? And have a look at all the things you can do at playgroup.
M1094 Do you do this stuff?
F1093 Will that be good?
M1094 You can do your stars next.
F1093 Right, you pick, pick a picture. Right what did you pick?
M1094 Stars.
F1093 Star. So you've got. You've managed to get two. So that's a pair. So you put them down and that's your pair.
M1094 Your pair next.
F1093 Right I'll pick one. I'll pick.
M1094 That ain.
F1093 I'll pick an apple. Now I need to find another on- apple to make a pair. //A pair of apples.//
M1094 //Here I'll find it for you.//
F1093 Ah! Here it is, look.
M1094 [laugh]
F1093 So that's the same, so that's a pair. Okay? //Right, you next.//
M1094 //[?]That bittie[/?]//
F1093 Pick something else. Another star. //You've got the other one.//
M1094 //And I've got.// You pick now. You pick. Your turn next.
F1093 Erm I'll pick. The sun.
M1094 A sun. I got two stars. //I find them.//
F1093 //Where's the other sun at?//
M1094 Ehm,
F1093 [tut] Er //erm.//
M1094 //I'll find it for you.// Erm I find it for you.
F1093 Have you left any? Oh! Here it //is! [laugh]//
M1094 //Right. You found it.//
F1093 That's another pair. Right, it's your turn.
M1094 I find, where's my other one? Where's my other one? My other one. Did you pull my other one?
F1093 No you've to look for it. What have you picked there? You've got a lemon.
M1094 Lemon. Where's my other lemon? I found it. [inaudible]. You picked it now.
F1093 Did you get the other lemon?
M1094 Yes.
F1093 Well done! //Right I'm going to pick//
M1094 //Yo-.//
F1093 this moon.
M1094 Another moon.
F1093 And there's the other one to match, so it's a pair.
M1094 Now what one? [inaudible] What we taking. What one are we taking?
F1093 What are you going to pick now then?
M1094 Two horsies.
F1093 Right.
M1094 My other horsie. [?]But look[/?].
F1093 A horsie?
M1094 Yes.
F1093 Where's the other one then? Fitt does horsie say?
M1094 [click clock click clock] //[click]//
F1093 //I can see it.// I can see it. //[laugh]//
M1094 //[?]You're hiding it![/?]// So that's, what's this together?
F1093 That's it. That's it. That's a pair. //Same.//
M1094 //Matching.//
F1093 I'm going to pick the doggie next. Fitt does the doggie say?
M1094 Woof! Woof!
F1093 Woof, woof. And here's the other one. //Doggies.//
M1094 //[laugh]// //Woof! Woof!//
F1093 //That's mine here.// Woof, woof! Right? You next.
M1094 Got the babies.
F1093 You've got the baby! Where's the other baby at? With his rattle? //See his rattle?//
M1094 //[inaudible]// Nope.
F1093 This. Found it yet?
M1094 Nope. I can't find it.
F1093 There's another baby [inaudible] rattle.
M1094 I got it! I got it. //I got it.//
F1093 //Well done.// //Yeah, well done!//
M1094 //Yes.//
F1093 I'm going to pick the nose next. Where's your nose? Where's your nose? //[laugh]//
M1094 //Here's another nose for you.//
F1093 There's another one the same. That's another pair.
M1094 I've got.
F1093 What do you do wi you nose?
M1094 [sniff]
F1093 What do you use it for? Use it to smell things? Yes.
M1094 Yep. My.
F1093 Right, it's your turn. You've got a yellow square. [inhale] Oh you've got two! //[laugh]//
M1094 //[laugh]//
F1093 I'm going to pick the yellow triangle. //Where's the other one//
M1094 //Mm.// //[laugh]//
F1093 //to make a pair?// //Here it is!//
M1094 //[laugh]// //Put them on your pairs!//
F1093 //[laugh]// //Now, you next!//
M1094 //[laugh]// Bananas.
F1093 A pair of bananas. Where's the other bananas? There's the other bananas! //[laugh]//
M1094 //It is mine!//
F1093 Where's the other bananas to make a pair? I can see them!
M1094 [laugh] Mine! //[laugh] They're mine!//
F1093 //[laugh]// Where are they then? Where's the other one to make a pair?
M1094 Erm. //[laugh]//
F1093 //I'm going to get them.// //[laugh]//
M1094 //[laugh] I got them!// [laugh]
F1093 I'm going to pick some grapes.
M1094 I'm going to pick some tangerines.
F1093 Tangerines, there's another pair.
M1094 I've got pears!
F1093 Pears?
M1094 Yes.
F1093 I'm going to pick a tangerine.
M1094 No, but //[laugh]//
F1093 //Where's the other tangerine? I found the other tangerine! [laugh]// //Now what are you going to pick? It's your turn.//
M1094 //I got.// Erm, chicken.
F1093 Chickens. Have you got the other chicken? //Do you have a pair?//
M1094 //Yes.// Yes.
F1093 Yes. I'm going to pick the little girl combing her hair. //Where's the other little girl combing? [laugh]//
M1094 //[laugh] [inaudible]// //[laugh] Yeah!//
F1093 //I've got it!// [laugh]
M1094 Got it.
F1093 What are you pickin next? Lady doing her knitting.
M1094 Another knitt- [inaudible]. You pick yours next. You pick yours next. You pick yours next. You pick yours next.
F1093 I'm going to pick yellow loveheart.
M1094 I got erm [inaudible] I'm going to get it. //[laugh] Aye.//
F1093 //[Er] [inaudible].// I got it.
M1094 I've got it. You pick, it's your turn next. It's your turn. It's your turn. It's your turn. It's your turn.
F1093 I'm going to pick the duckie. //Where's the little duckie? [inaudible] Whoa! [laugh]//
M1094 //[?]I'm going to get mine in a second[/?] [laugh]//
F1093 I canna see him.
M1094 Here.
F1093 Aw! //There's not a pair for the little duckie.//
M1094 //[laugh]//
F1093 Is he still in the box? Did you drop, did you drop some when you was taking it out of the box?
M1094 No.
F1093 Have a look in the box. We can see if it's still there. In the big box.
M1094 Where?
F1093 In here. Is it still down there? Has it fell down?
M1094 No.
F1093 No? //No pieces down there?//
M1094 //You have to look and see.// No. Where did they go?
F1093 I don't know then. //Means we've lost two.//
M1094 //[inaudible]// I will give o- you one of my ones.
F1093 Oh right. Right, you pick something else then.
M1094 Erm I'm going to pick this one. I'm going to pick
F1093 It's the eyes. What do you do with your eyes? What's your eyes for? So you can se-
M1094 See.
F1093 That's right.
M1094 And the duckies.
F1093 Now, I'm going to pick the yellow rectangle. //[inaudible]//
M1094 //Don't know [inaudible]// //I hid that for you.//
F1093 //[laugh] Thank you.// Right, it's your turn.
M1094 I'm needing a pig. [?]Cut that out again[/?]. I pick the ca- these. I've got cats.
F1093 Have you got the pussycat?
M1094 It's your turn again.
F1093 I'm going to choose a cow. What does the cow say? //Moo.//
M1094 //Moo.// The cow.
F1093 Did you get the pussycats?
M1094 Yes.
F1093 What ar-, what do they say? //Miaow.//
M1094 //Miaow, miaow.//
F1093 Miaow.
M1094 I've got some [inaudible] //[?]cat[/?].//
F1093 //Right, it's your turn.//
M1094 I'm going to take this one. In the big [inaudible]
F1093 The lips and the mouth. What do you use your mouth for?
M1094 Eating.
F1093 Eating and what else? What are you doing just now?
M1094 I'm playing jigsaw.
F1093 No, but what are you doing with your mouth? You're talking. Aren't you.
M1094 Jigsaws.
F1093 Are you talking to Mum with your mouth? [laugh]
M1094 I'll just sort my ones. Just sort my ains. Sort my ains. [?]My things are sorted[/?]. I'm going to, you pick yours next.
F1093 Okay.
M1094 I'll find the duck for you. There's no ducks there for you. [child noise] [exhale] Let's do another one. What one will we do next? This one, this one. What is this one all all about? What is this one all about? Is this one all about? There's one of these ones missing. //There's one of them missing.//
F1093 //We've nae finished this game yet.//
M1094 Oh. //Bu-.//
F1093 //Mm?// //We've not finished yet.//
M1094 //I always leave,// I always leave it there and do it after.
F1093 Right, come on then. Finish this game first. //Look, there's pieces to get.//
M1094 //What i-, what is this one called?//
F1093 This is pairs.
M1094 What's it called?
F1093 Right.
M1094 You pick yours next.
F1093 I'll pick the hand.
M1094 Where did you put your hand? Where did you put your hand? Must be.
F1093 Right, your turn.
M1094 But I've got your hand though.
F1093 Aye, but that's all your pairs there. This is the ones we've still to finish here. //Choose these ones.//
M1094 //So I've got// I've got your hand though. I've got it!
F1093 Hmm. Right, you choose one. [CENSORED: forename]. That's all your pairs that you've already done. Keep them to the side, it's this ones you've to choose from.
M1094 I got these ones. You pick yours next.
F1093 I'll pick the feet.
M1094 [exhale]
F1093 And there's another one. Two feet.
M1094 [laugh] What is that?
F1093 I don't know, just a crumb or something.
M1094 It's me. It's me for you.
F1093 Mm?
M1094 I've got these ones. You pick your pair now.
F1093 Right, that's it. Well done. We've done them all. //Have we done all the pairs?//
M1094 //Let's do another one next.//
F1093 Right, we need to tidy this one away then. There's not enough room to take everything out.
M1094 Why?
F1093 Start putting these back into the box, look. So you don't lose any of the bits.
M1094 Why? //Why not?//
F1093 //Cause then you won't be able to play if you've lost any of the pieces.//
M1094 Have you got a lot?
F1093 Mm?
M1094 Have you got a lot of them? Here's your hand.
F1093 Oh yep.
M1094 I find it for you. I put it in there. Got a [?]piggy[/?]. Got a [?]piggy[/?].
F1093 There you are. Can you manage?
M1094 Uh-huh. Now. Now.
F1093 [inaudible] Fitt's the girl doin?
M1094 Where? Where?
F1093 It's alright, she's under here. Who's outside?
M1094 Where?
F1093 And the lid. That's it!
M1094 What one you do, this one next. //This one next.//
F1093 //You've already done that one though.//
M1094 But we're doing it again. Now. Now, what do you do first? What bit is it you do fir-? [inhale] What bit is it you do first?
F1093 Mm?
M1094 What bit is it you do first? What bit it is you do first? Wh- bit is, what bit is it you do first?
F1093 I don't know. You tell me.
M1094 Erm erm this, that long bit, is you done? Have you done this //bit?//
F1093 //No. You need// to turn all the pieces over first so you can see.
M1094 [child noise]
F1093 So this jigsaw, oh, it's all about the days of the week, //isn't it?//
M1094 //Yes.// Yes.
F1093 You like this one, don't you? This must be your favourite jigsaw just now, is it?
M1094 Yes. //Yep.//
F1093 //Right, so the first day o- of the week// //is Monday.//
M1094 //Won't it be [?]December[/?]?// //Monday.//
F1093 //So we need to find the pieces for Monday.// Right? //What does the picture say for Monday?//
M1094 //All the pieces.//
F1093 This is Monday here. So what is the boy and girl doing on Monday?
M1094 He's going to school.
F1093 Going to school, so will you find the pieces for school? Right. //The girl and the boy going to school with their school bag.//
M1094 //I'm doing this.// They've all got a school bag.
F1093 Uh-huh. Look, a school bag there.
M1094 I wan-
F1093 Hold all their books in for their lessons.
M1094 Why? Why do they do their lessons?
F1093 That's what you do when you're at school, you learn to read and write. Le-, count. Mm that bit there, I think.
M1094 Uh-huh.
F1093 Right. Where's the boy? Cause you've got the girl. You need to get the boy.
M1094 [inaudible] //[?]That goes to the top, there, silly.[/?]//
F1093 //There.// Ah! You calling me silly? //You cheeky thing! You cheeky thing. Okay.//
M1094 //Yeah. [?]no me no me[/?] calling you silly. I wasnae calling you silly.//
F1093 There's the boy, look. Pop him in.
M1094 H- here it is.
F1093 No. That's Sunday, they're having their roast chicken, remember? There, look. Here.
M1094 There.
F1093 [laugh] Now, that's Monday done. The next day is Tuesday. So what are they doing on Tuesday in the picture?
M1094 Went to school.
F1093 What's the boy and the girl doing on Tuesday?
M1094 Going to the swimming pool.
F1093 Right, so you need to find the girl and the boy going to the swimming pool. //Can you find that?//
M1094 //Wh-// here's the roast.
F1093 That's their roast beef. That's what they're doing on Sunday. Right, Tuesday they're going to the swimming pool, so find the boy and the girl //in the swimming pool.//
M1094 //I, I got a boy.// I got the boy. The girl. I got the girl.
F1093 Right. //[laugh]//
M1094 //[inaudible] [laugh]// //[laugh]//
F1093 //You spied it, didn't you?//
M1094 [laugh]
F1093 Right, next day is Wednesday. What's the boy doing on Wednesday?
M1094 Going to there.
F1093 Look, in the picture. He's playing his v-?
M1094 Vi-.
F1093 Violin. //Right, we need to find the boy playing his violin then.//
M1094 //[?]Why?[/?]// [child noise] Does that go there?
F1093 Yeah.
M1094 [laugh]
F1093 Where's the boy doing his lessons? His violin lessons?
M1094 Violin. Where's it [inaudible] [exhale] But it's Auntie house. Is that Auntie's house?
F1093 No.
M1094 What house? Whose house? //Whose h-?//
F1093 //I don't know.//
M1094 We do.
F1093 No we don't. [laugh]
M1094 We do.
F1093 It's just a picture.
M1094 What is it called? You got a big
F1093 And now Thursday. What are they doing on Thursday? //They're going to the shopping to get some food.//
M1094 //[inaudible]// No, it's this one. No, it's this one.
F1093 Okay.
M1094 [inaudible] //[inaudible]?//
F1093 //That's it.// Now, on Friday they're having a birthday party. We need to find the pieces for the birthday party.
M1094 You've done it already!
F1093 Birthday cake.
M1094 Is? //[inaudible]//
F1093 //You'll soon be having a birthday cake.// //Ooh!//
M1094 //What one me having?//
F1093 I don't know. What kind would you like?
M1094 Tweenies.
F1093 A Tweenies one? Thought it was Fimbles?
M1094 [inaudible] Are you wanting Fimbles?
F1093 Are you wanting Fimbles?
M1094 Are you wanting Fimbles?
F1093 Are you?
M1094 I was wantin Tweenies.
F1093 You had a Tweenies cake last year.
M1094 But I want another one.
F1093 Are you not going to have a different one this year? Pick something different.
M1094 Erm, //o- [?]others[/?]//
F1093 //Anyway, you need to finish this jigsaw.//
M1094 You can put that bit in. [inhale] [exhale] Back in.
F1093 Now.
M1094 Is it, think there's a bittie missing?
F1093 Aye, it's up the stairs. You put it up the stairs, didn't you?
M1094 What? It's nae up
F1093 You put it up the stairs, didn't you?
M1094 No. I didna.
F1093 Right, give me your microphone.
M1094 Why? What for?
F1093 Cause that's us all done now. Say "bye!" Say "bye!" //[laugh]//
M1094 //Bye.//

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Conversation: Buckie - Mother and child 16, recording 2: playing match the pairs and doing a jigsaw

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) 21
Size (mb) 80

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 1180
Year of transcription 2007
Year material recorded 2003
Word count 2549

Audio type

Conversation
General description Dialogue while going about daily life

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Participant details

Participant id 1093
Gender Female
Decade of birth 1970
Educational attainment College
Age left school 16
Occupation Executry Manageress
Place of birth Aberdeen
Region of birth Aberdeen
Birthplace CSD dialect area Abd
Country of birth Scotland
Place of residence Buckie
Region of residence Moray
Residence CSD dialect area Mry
Country of residence Scotland
Father's occupation Postman
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 Shop Assistant
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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Participant id 1094
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 Inland Revenue Tax Inspector
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 Executry Manageress
Mother's place of birth Aberdeen
Mother's region of birth Aberdeen
Mother's birthplace CSD dialect area Abd
Mother's country of birth Scotland

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