Lowland Ecuadorian Quichua[aka Napo, Napo Quichua, Lowland Napo Quichua]
This is part of an interview with Belgica Dagua wherea group of students attempt to elicit connective constructions in Kichwa (Quichua). Belgica, a Pastaza Kichwa speaker, tells some stories of working in the chagra, which is an agricultural field where Kichwa people grow crops like manioc (cassava/yuca root) and others.
Andes and Amazon Field School
Jan. 1, 2022
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