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FEBURARY 7TH, 2012 TUESDAY. ASL 1 Block 2 & 3 – “A” Day . Remember:. YOU NEED YOUR TEXT BOOKS for now on!! No Book = Points off your grade!. What you will learn in UNIT 14:. Ailments Remedies Empathize Time Signs: Recurring & Continuous Complaints Making Requests Feelings.

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FEBURARY 7TH, 2012

TUESDAY

ASL 1

Block 2 & 3 – “A” Day


Remember:

YOU NEED YOUR TEXT BOOKS for now on!!No Book = Points off your grade!


What you will learn in UNIT 14:

  • Ailments

  • Remedies

  • Empathize

  • Time Signs: Recurring & Continuous

  • Complaints

  • Making Requests

  • Feelings


Who / what do you make complaints about?

COMPLAINTS


ALIMENTS?


Conversation Practice: COMPLAINTS

  • Work with your partner to create a short skit using the vocabulary from What we learned today.

    Dialogue: Create and sign….


Inflections for Temporal Aspect

Uninflected

Recurring inflection

Continuous


Uninflected

The problem, activity, or situation only happened once

EXAMPLE: YESTERDAY I THROW-UP.

(I threw-up once yesterday)


Recurring Inflection(Regularly)

The problem, activity, or situation occurs frequently or regularly

Several times a day, everyday, every-week, every year

EXAMPLE: YESTERDAY I THROW-UP +++. (sign with repetition)

I threw-up several times yesterday


Continuous Inflection

The problem, activity, or situation has occurred continuously with little interruption

All–hour, all-morning, all-week

EXAMPLE: YESTERDAY I THROW-UP. (slow/ circular movement)

(Yesterday, I threw-up all day)


Why do we use inflection?

To show how long an action lasts.

To show how often the action occurs.

To show how the signer felt about the length of time, rather than the actual period of time


Not all verbs can be inflected!


Practice

  • Go-to

  • Look-at

  • Work

  • Wait


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