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## Lesson 9

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**NUMERICAL INCORPORATION:Many signs can include a number in**the sign. Typical examples are: 3-weeks, 4-hours, 2-months.**COUCH: This sign is a combination of the sign “sit” and**a classifier showing the general shape of a couch.**THERE: Just point with your index finger or the tip of a**flat hand.**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”**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.”**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).”**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.”**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**CL:3 is “classifier that uses a “3” handshape. The**CL:3 classifier represents vehicles. The way they move or if they are parked.**7. CAR HAVE? HOW-MANY DOORS?(Do you have a car? How many**doors does it have?)