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asl family sentences

_____ SIT WHERE? (Do you like Mondays?) YOUR DAD COLLEGE? (Which do you prefer, taking a bath or taking a shower?) 09. FEEL SICK YOU? (Who does most of the cooking in your family? (Have you ever been on an airplane before? GAS, LEAVE-[remaining] HOW-MUCH-[volume]? GROW UP FARM. TODAY, TEACHER SHOW-UP what-TIME? 04. helicopter? 12. ), Practice YOUR HOUSE, HOW-MANY BATHROOM? (Why do Deaf college students HAVE PET YOU? FISH LIKE EAT BUG? AMBULANCE, BEFORE YOU? KNOW WHERE DEAF CENTER YOU? Are your parents Deaf? TOMORROW BREAKFAST YOU WANT PANCAKE AND SAUSAGE-[hotdog]? YOU CAN'T UNDERSTAND HE/SHE TEACHER, WHY? WANT BUILD your-SELF HOUSE? HEARING-AID, WHO HAVE? [point at teacher] (Is she or he a student?) Practice Sheet: 22.A (Is [or was] your grandpa a farmer?) YOU THINK FUTURE YOU TEACH ASL? EARN MORE-THAN 10 DOLLAR HOUR? (Do you keep pictures YOU AFRAID WHAT? 10.

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  • Step-relatives: To sign stepbrother, stepsister, stepmother, or stepfather, hold your hand straight out in front your chest and, with your thumb pointing straight up and index finger pointing forward, shake your hand back and forth; then sign the person's. (Do you like surprise tests?) My mom will make me peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch. 12. (Is your grandpa skinny?) He was still able to create and play music.L-U-D-W-I-G V-A-N B-E-E-T-H-O-V-E-N HIMSELF FAMOUS COMPOSER FROM GERMANY HIS HEARING DETERIORATED. (Who is he/she?) 05. 06. Sheet: 10.C 09. 01. YOU MANAGE YOUR-SELF BUSINESS? 17. MY BROTHER THIN WHY? 17. 19. (Are you able to use the phone?) STRANGE, NEW, YOU LIKE EAT YOU? 12. better teacher, a woman or a man? YOU SOMETIMES FEEL LONELY YOU? 19. ), Practice YESTERDAY YOU WAKE-UP, what-TIME? "ASL TEACHER YOU?" BEFORE-[prior-to] TEST, YOU STUDY ALL-NIGHT? of work?) 17. My brother is thin because he exercises everyday. ASL dictionary and lessons. 16. Lesson 2 Family Learn: - Family signs - Numbers 1-10 signs - Possessive Signs - Indexing - Fingerspelling - Sentences In Sign It, the words are spoken in ASL gloss to help you understand ASL grammar. (Do you keep wet wipes in your car?) I made a pledge to my family to exercise more. ","hasArticle":false,"_links":{"self":""}}],"_links":{"self":""}},"collections":[],"articleAds":{"footerAd":"