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  1. Lesson 9

  2. NUMERICAL INCORPORATION:Many signs can include a number in the sign. Typical examples are: 3-weeks, 4-hours, 2-months.

  3. COUCH: This sign is a combination of the sign “sit” and a classifier showing the general shape of a couch.

  4. SAY:“What did he say?”vshearing-person/public

  5. THERE: Just point with your index finger or the tip of a flat hand.

  6. WHAT-KIND: You do not need to use a separate sign for “what” in the sign “WHAT-KIND.” Just furrow your eyebrows a bit. This sign can also mean “type of”

  7. Practice Sheet 9.A

  8. 1. YOU LIVE BASEMENT APT?

  9. Notes:Generally just spell: T-U-BNOT-MATTERDEPENDS

  10. 2. YOU PREFER BATH, SHOWER, WHICH?

  11. AND: Note, the sign “AND” is often not needed or is expressed in a different way. For example you can often use the sign “both.”

  12. 3. YOUR BATHROOM HAVE TUB AND SHOWER?

  13. SEPARATE / apart

  14. WITH = TOGETHER The sign “together” is the same as the sign “with.”If you rock the sign “WITH” forward twice it means “to go steady (dating steadily).”

  15. 4. YOU TOGETHER SOMEONE?

  16. 5. YOUR COUCH, COLOR?WHITE TAN BROWN BLUE

  17. BASEMENT

  18. BATHTUB

  19. COUCH

  20. SEPARATE

  21. SHOWER

  22. (Do first practice sheet.)

  23. Often times in ASL we will ask a “set up” question. And then we will ask the rest of the question if the person nods “yes.”

  24. Note: There is a type of sign known as a “classifier.” Think of it as an ASL pronoun that represents a general class of things.* long and thin: pencil, pole* flat: paper, shelf* vehicles: cars, bikes

  25. CL:3 is “classifier that uses a “3” handshape. The CL:3 classifier represents vehicles. The way they move or if they are parked.

  26. GARAGE HAVE? CL:3-(vehicle, "park")++ HOW-MANY CAN?

  27. 7. CAR HAVE? HOW-MANY DOORS?(Do you have a car? How many doors does it have?)

  28. 8. YOUR HOUSE, GARBAGE, WHO "throw out-(mime)"

  29. 9. YOUR DRYER, G-A-S, ELECTRIC WHICH?

  30. 10. (what) COLOR THAT TABLE?

  31. GARAGE

  32. GARBAGE

  33. Note: Closet uses the same sign as door.

  34. DRY

  35. TABLE

  36. Do practice sheet.

  37. Practice Sheet 9.B