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“P’unchawpa Rimaynin”
Word of the Day
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Southern Unified Quechua hinant.in/wasiman
04/03/2016

This programme was first broadcast in 2016.

This is not an accurate word-for-word transcript of the program.

Hinantin presents “Word of the Day”, a series of daily 1-minute podcasts (radio
features), that support your Quechua language vocabulary studies.

ANNOUNCER:

This is your Quechua minute for today, so you could be in the Know!
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The Word of the Day is hamut’ay [ha."mU.t’aj] (in QUZ )


(See example 1).
(1) =hamut’a -y
=to.think.about.sth. -Inf
’to think, to reason, to meditate, to think about something, to
philosophize, to ponder, or to consider’
In English it means to think, to reason, to meditate, to
think about something, to philosophize, to ponder, or to
consider, it is spelled:

1
h-a-m-u-t-’-a-y.
Now let’s repeat it 3 times: hamut’ay, hamut’ay, hamut’ay.

Now listen to it in context (See example 2):


(2) Iskay runakuna hamut’anku
=iskay =runa -kuna =hamut’a -nku
=two =human.being -Pl =to.think -3.Pl.Subj
qunakusqankuta
=qu -na -ku -sqa -nku -ta
=to.give -Rzpr -Rflx -Perf -3.Pl.Poss -Acc
’Two people exchange their ideas.’
This sentence translated into English means ’Two people exchange
their ideas’.

Now let’s listen the sentence twice:


First time:
Iskay runakuna hamut’anku qunakusqankuta.
Second time:
Iskay runakuna hamut’anku qunakusqankuta.

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