Practice sheet 18.A. Bicycle HAVE. 1. YOU HAVE BICYCLE? Do you have a bike?. BOAT “Do you have a boat?” vs “Have you been boating before?”. 2. YOU BOAT BEFORE? Have you been on a boat before?.
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Classifiers are signs that can represent general classes of signs. For example a “3-handshape” can be used to indicate vehicles and the movement of vehicles.
FLY and AIRPLANE use the same handshape, palm orientation, and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. This is an example of a “noun/verb pair.”
TRUCK and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Three ways to deal with this concept:1. Spell it out.2. Show a big steering wheel3. Use an “initialized sign” [Warning: don’t use this on an “ASL” test.]