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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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BicycleHAVE


1 you have bicycle do you have a bike l.jpg
1. YOU HAVE BICYCLE?Do you have a bike?


Boat do you have a boat vs have you been boating before l.jpg
BOAT“Do you have a boat?”vs“Have you been boating before?”


2 you boat before have you been on a boat before l.jpg
2. YOU BOAT BEFORE?Have you been on a boat before?


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The sign “BUILD” can mean either the process of building something, or in context it can mean “a building.”


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BUILD something, or in context it can mean “a building.”“YOUR OWN” can be signed as “yourself”


3 you want build your self house do you want to build your own house l.jpg
3. YOU WANT BUILD (your)-SELF HOUSE? something, or in context it can mean “a building.”Do you want to build your own house?


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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.


4 car cl 3 cl 3 crash how many time you how many times have you been in a car wreck l.jpg
4. CAR CL:3/CL:3-("crash") HOW-MANY TIME YOU? signs. For example a “3-handshape” can be used to indicate vehicles and the movement of vehicles.How many times have you been in a car wreck?


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LEAVE/depart signs. For example a “3-handshape” can be used to indicate vehicles and the movement of vehicles.NOW-NIGHT = tonightPLAY “Y”-version = PARTY“WH” Facial expression


5 tonight go to party time you leave what time are you leaving to go to the party tonight l.jpg
5. TONIGHT GO-TO PARTY, TIME YOU LEAVE? signs. For example a “3-handshape” can be used to indicate vehicles and the movement of vehicles.What time are you leaving to go to the party tonight?


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NEW signs. For example a “3-handshape” can be used to indicate vehicles and the movement of vehicles.ADDRESS/LIFE/LIVELIVE/life (initialized) EASYFIND/pickup


6 you think find new address easy do you think finding new addresses is easy l.jpg
6. YOU THINK FIND NEW ADDRESS EASY? signs. For example a “3-handshape” can be used to indicate vehicles and the movement of vehicles.Do you think finding new addresses is easy?


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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.”


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7. YOU AIRPLANE BEFORE? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Have you ever been on an airplane before?vs “YOU FLY BEFORE?”= “Have you ever flown?”


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ENJOY / APPRECIATE and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


8 you enjoy this class do you enjoy this class l.jpg
8. YOU ENJOY THIS CLASS? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Do you enjoy this class?


Ride on ride in get in l.jpg
RIDE ON and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. RIDE INGET IN


9 horse you ride on before have you ever ridden a horse before l.jpg
9. HORSE, YOU RIDE-ON BEFORE? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Have you ever ridden a horse before?


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HELICOPTER and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. WISH / HUNGRY“your own/yourself”


10 wish have your self helicopter do you wish you had your own helicopter l.jpg
10. WISH HAVE (your)-SELF HELICOPTER? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Do you wish you had your own helicopter?


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Practice sheet 18.B and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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MOTORCYCLE and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


1 you have motorcycle do you have a motorcycle l.jpg
1. YOU HAVE MOTORCYCLE? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Do you have a motorcycle?


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PRACTICE and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


2 why you practice sign why do you practice signing l.jpg
2. WHY YOU PRACTICE SIGN? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Why do you practice signing?


Leave l.jpg
LEAVE and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


3 time you leave this class what time will you leave this class l.jpg
3. TIME YOU LEAVE THIS CLASS? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. What time will you leave this class?


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ROCKET and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


4 how you sign r o c k e t how do you sign rocket l.jpg
4. HOW YOU SIGN "R-O-C-K-E-T"? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. How do you sign "rocket?“


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SEARCH / “look for,” “seek” and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


5 you search for work are you looking for work l.jpg
5. YOU SEARCH-FOR WORK? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Are you looking for work?


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SUBWAY and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


6 your city have subway is there a subway in your city l.jpg
6. YOUR CITY HAVE SUBWAY? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Is there a subway in your city?


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TICKET and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


7 last year how many ticket you how many tickets did you get last year l.jpg
7. last-YEAR HOW-MANY TICKET YOU? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. How many tickets did you get last year?


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TRAIN and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. TRAVEL / trip / tour


8 travel around train you like do you like to travel by train l.jpg
8. TRAVEL-(around) TRAIN, YOU LIKE? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Do you like to travel by train?


Lost lose something l.jpg
LOST / “lose something” and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


9 you before lose your asl book have you ever lost your asl book l.jpg
9. YOU BEFORE LOSE YOUR ASL BOOK? and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Have you ever lost your ASL book?


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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.]


10 you prefer car bodyshift or truck do you prefer cars or trucks review l.jpg
10. YOU PREFER CAR (bodyshift-"or") TRUCK. and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement. Do you prefer cars or trucks?…review


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CL:3-[park-car, row of cars, accident, garage] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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ENJOY and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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FIND-[discover, pick-up] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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FUN and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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GET-ON/IN and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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LEAVE-[depart] LEAVE-[leave-behind, abandon] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


Lost lose l.jpg
LOST-[lose] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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PRACTICE-[training] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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SEARCH-[look for, examine] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.


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TRAVEL-[trip] and location. The difference is in the movement. AIRPLANE uses a double movement.