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REMEMBER… If you don’t understand, use these signs: HEY A GAIN SLOW SPELL ALL UNDERSTAND DON’T-UNDERSTAND FOOD and EAT use the same sign. It is not an issue. Don ’ t worry about it. [ You can inflect the sign to show different concepts like “ pig out. ” ] GREEN RED BROWN

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FOOD and EAT use the same sign.It is not an issue. Don’t worry about it.[You can inflect the sign to show different concepts like “pig out.” ]

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Notes:* There are two ways to sign apple: X hand or A hand. I recommend you use the X hand version.* FULL of food and/or fed up with* HUNGRY and WISH use almost the same sign.

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YOU LIKE COOKIES (WITH) MILK?Do you like cookies with milk?Note: in ASL the sign “WITH” is not needed for this sentence.
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HOW SIGN F-O-R-K?What is the sign for “fork?”Note: The sign fork can use either two or three “prongs.”Note: The sign spoon and soup are nearly the same. Depends on context. Also, for “soup” hold the bowl more carefully

there are two versions of full full of food or fed up and full in general the cup is full
There are two versions of “FULL”Full of food or “fed up.”And “full” in general. “the cup is full.”
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The sign “FAVORITE” can be used to mean PREFER. It can also mean “TASTE” if done on the lower lip.Note: the sign EAT and FOOD use the same sign (in most situations)

10 you favoriite prefer hamburger body shift or hotdog do you prefer hamburgers or hotdogs
10. YOU FAVORIITE-[prefer], HAMBURGER [body-shift-“or”] HOTDOG?Do you prefer hamburgers or hotdogs?
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Do the practice sheet. If the first partner gets done, have the second partner sign it. If you both get done, practice fingerspelling and vocabulary. One partner spells a previously learned vocabulary word, the other signs it back.SUGGEESTED PRACTICE WORDS: BLACK, BLUE, BROWN, COLOR, DRAW-[art] , FINISH, FUTURE-[later, will, someday, far in the future] , GREEN, LONG-[how-long] , NOW-[present, current, today], OLD, ORANGE, PAPER-[page, look-up, dictionary] , PAST-[before, previously, long-ago] , RED, TOMORROW-[daily, everyday] , WAIT-[wait-a-minute] , WHEN WHITE-[white-person], YEAR-[annually, last-year, next-year, numerical incorporation],YELLOW (6)If you get done with the practice sheet and the above vocabulary review, inform your teacher.

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Sausage-(hotdog)

Cheese

Pepperoni

Chicken-(bird)

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WHAT-KIND PIZZA YOU LIKE?What kind of pizza do you like?Note: there are several “right” ways to sign “pizza.”
the sign if has several variations in this class i use the suppose what if version
The sign “IF” has several variations. In this class I use the “suppose (what if)” version
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YOU DON’T-LIKE CANDY?Don’t you like candy?[Note: do this sentence with raised eyebrows while shaking your head slightly and extending your jaw]

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Do the practice sheet. If the first partner gets done, have the second partner sign it. If you both get done, practice fingerspelling and vocabulary. One partner spells a previously learned vocabulary word, the other signs it back.SUGGEESTED PRACTICE WORDS: APPLE, CANDY, CEREAL, CHEESE, COOKIE, CUP-[glass], DRINK, EAT [food], EGG, FORK, FULL, HAMBURGER, HOTDOG, HUNGRY-[wish], MILK, PIZZA, POPCORN, SPOON-[soup], WATERIf you get done with the practice sheet and the above vocabulary review, inform your teacher.