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Temporal Aspect. American Sign Language III. Temporal Aspect. Inflection for frequency or duration of action . Example: if you are complaining about an ailment that has been going on for awhile. Types of Temporal Aspects. Uninflected Recurring Inflection Continuous Inflection.

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Temporal Aspect

American Sign Language III


Temporal Aspect

  • Inflection for frequency or duration of action.

    • Example: if you are complaining about an ailment that has been going on for awhile.


Types of Temporal Aspects

  • Uninflected

  • Recurring Inflection

  • Continuous Inflection


Uninflected

  • If the activity or situation has occurred only once.

  • Use the basic form of the verb with its basic movement.


RUNNY-NOSE


COUGH


DIARRHEA


Uninflected

  • Write 4 of your own sentences in ASL format using uninflected verbs


Recurring Inflection

  • If the activity or situation occurs frequently or regularly.

    • Everyday, Every Monday, Every Month, Every Week, Every year, etc..

  • Use the basic form of the verb with several repetitions.


RUNNY-NOSE


COUGH


DIARRHEA


Recurring Inflection

  • Write 4 sentences using recurring inflection. Write sentences in ASL and include words like

    • Everyday, Every Monday, Every Month, Every Week, Every year, etc..

  • You will be repeating the verb so put a +++ sign after the verb to remind yourself to sign the verb multiple times.


Continuous Inflection

  • If the activity or situation has occurred continuously with little interruption.

    • All hour, all day, all week, all morning, etc..

  • Use the basic form of the verb with a repeated circular movement.


RUNNY-NOSE


COUGH


DIARRHEA


Continuous Inflection

  • Write 4 sentences with continuous inflection. Use ASL format and grammar use words like;

    • All hour, all day, all week, all morning, etc..

  • You can draw a few circles after the verb to help you remember to sign the verb in a circular motion.


  • Now sign your sentences with a partner. Don’t sign them in any particular order and see if they can distinguish between the different types of verb forms


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