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ASL Grammar Basic but Supersized. Before we Begin. ASL always gets rid of the stuff we don’t need: and, it, etc. . Topic. Subject/Object is also known in ASL at the Topic

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before we begin
Before we Begin
  • ASL always gets rid of the stuff we don’t need: and, it, etc.
topic
Topic
  • Subject/Object is also known in ASL at the Topic
  • This comes first in the sentence and if there are two, decide which is most important to you in regards to getting your message across
  • Think of a picture, which topic/subject/object pops out at you
drawing a picture step 1
Drawing a Picture Step 1
  • First: you draw the most important thing/object/subject, which is often the noun in a sentence.
  • For example a Topic – Dog
comment relevant information
Comment/Relevant information
  • After the topic/subject/object you add the relevant information about it
  • Relevant information is known as the comment
  • Comment/Relevant information can be:
    • Size
    • Color
    • Collar
    • Tail
drawing a picture step 2
Drawing a picture step 2
  • Top/Sub/Object – Dog
  • Comment Relevant Information – Big Black
environment
Environment
  • Next you set up the environment
  • You must set it up realistically to match your topic and the action that comes later
drawing a picture step 3
Drawing a picture Step 3
  • Topic/Subject/Object – Dog
  • Comment/Relevant Information – Black Big
  • Environment – Grass Outside
action
Action
  • Action is also known as the Verb
  • This comes after everything is set up
  • Introduce the topic, describe the topic, and then indicate what the top/sub/obj is doing
drawing a picture step 4
Drawing a picture Step 4
  • Top/Sub/Obj – Dog
  • Comment/relevant information – Black Big
  • Environment – Grass Outside
  • Action – Me See (the sign SEE coming from the SIGNER towards the signer’s dominant side means they are talking about someone, not something) Play
time indicators or tense markers
Time indicators or Tense Markers
  • Past – Always goes at the beginning
  • Future – Can go at the beginning or after the subject object but before the action
  • Present – Is not necessary, because we live in the present. If you want to put the word Today in the front of a sentence you can to make sure there is no confusion.
  • EX: Today school me go not
time indicators cont
Time indicators Cont.
  • If you have the actual time not just a tense marker you must always put it first.
  • Noon today dog black big grass outside me see play.
drawing a picture step 41
Drawing a picture Step 4
  • Time Indicator - Yesterday
  • Top/Sub/Obj – Dog
  • Comment/relevant information – Black Big
  • Environment – Grass Outside
  • Action – Me See Play
negation
Negation
  • In English we say Don’t understand
  • ASL the action comes first and then we negate it
    • Understand Not
drawing a picture step 5
Drawing a Picture Step 5
  • Time Indicator - Yesterday
  • Top/Sub/Obj – Dog
  • Comment/relevant information – Black Big
  • Environment – Grass Outside
  • Action – Me See Play
  • Negation - Not
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NOTE!!!!
  • Everyone has a different perspective and a different interpretation.
  • Just follow the format and you should be fine in ASL.
  • Just as with English, messages are conveyed differently.
practice
Practice
  • Take out a piece of paper
  • Write your name, the hour, and the date
  • I am going to show you several numbered English Sentences. I want you to number them and write them down in ASL Gloss
  • Use the Rules I just mentioned.
  • I will be collecting these and I will be grading them.
  • Try your best
ready set go
Ready, Set, Go
  • The little girl and boy go to school every weekend.
  • Later today our team goes out to eat and drink.
  • The girl is coming to my house tonight to eat chicken.
  • The people here didn’t understand the lesson.
continued
Continued
  • There is no communication in my family.
  • The performance concluded at 7:30 pm.
  • I am studying for final exams next week.