Researcher: The face, that's the whole face, the whole of the face, including mouth and eyes and everything yes
Researcher: Any word for the whole face. If there's no word, you don't think, we'll just say no word. But if you just think for a while
Researcher: You know, you know what I mean, this part, the forehead, the face and everything. Face we call it. This is what we call the face in English
Participant: Yeah, yeah.
Researcher: Yes, what do you call that? Have you got any particular word for that in Garrwa?
Researcher: You don't remember one. I mean it doesn't matter if you don't. It's alright, I mean there'll be lots of words that, you know
Participant: Like all the, all the jaw and this
Researcher: No, not the jaw, no just the whole face, you know
Researcher: His face, meaning his head, his forehead, eyes, nose, mouth and chin
Researcher: That's alright, well you say "no word", you don't think of a word particularly for that
Researcher: No, well it's very likely you see, some languages have words that other languages don't have.
Participant: Yeah that's right ay.
Researcher: That's right