ASL: Lesson 31:Objectives:
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List of signs and sentences:
Level 03 (Lessons 31 - 45) Practice Cards (in MS Word .doc format)
Level 03 Sentence List
ANSWER-[order, report, respond]
GONE-[absent, DEPLETE, run-out-of]
OWE-[bill, due, debt]
Practice sheet 31.A
01. YOU LIKE EAT DIFFERENT DIFFERENT RESTAURANT YOU?
02. YOU ALRIGHT YOU?
03. SUPPOSE YOU RESTAURANT, YOU ORDER BIRD, MEAT, FISH, WHICH?
04. YOU ENTHUSIASTIC, ABOUT WHAT?
05. YOU EXCITED EASY YOU?
Practice sheet 31.C
11. OWE YOUR DAD MONEY YOU?
12. P-E-N DON'T-MIND you-LEND-me?
13. SUPPOSE DOG, YOU WATER "hose-down" YOU THINK IT STINK FUTURE-[will]?
14. DURING TEST YOU SOMETIME STUCK?
15. YESTERDAY MAIL YOU GET NONE?
Practice sheet 31.D
16. YOU THINK TOMORROW SNOW?
17. CHILDREN DRINK COFFEE, YOU THINK OKAY?
18. RAIN COAT HAVE YOU?
19. YOUR MOM HELP-you LEARN READ?
20. YEAR-AGO YOU GO FAMILY gather-to-MEETING-[single-movement="reunion"]?
If someone asks you, "Do you have plans next week?" -- some ways to respond include:
ASK-me WHY? (You are asking me why? / Why do you ask?)
ASK-me FOR-FOR? (You are asking me why? Why do you ask?)
If someone asks you "Do-you-mind ______?" instead of just answering "yes or no" it is more clear if you answer by using a signing something such as:
Culture & History topic: Who was Edward Miner Gallaudet?
Brief answer: Edward was the son of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Sophia Fowler Gallaudet. Edward was the first president of (what is now known as) Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.. He was president of Gallaudet University from 1864 to 1910.
For more information see: Gallaudet, Edward Miner
The sign labeled (or glossed) as "QUOTES" can be interpreted different ways depending on your sentence. For example the sentence "What are you enthusiastic about?" uses the "QUOTE" sign to mean "topic" and might be typed as "TOPIC YOU ENTHUSIASTIC WHAT?"
Notes and optional reading:
The phrase, " RESTAURANT, YOU LIKE EAT DIFFERENT [shift] DIFFERENT YOU?" – has various interpretations.
In general it means:
"Do you like to eat at different restaurants?" or
"Do you like eating at different restaurants?"
But it could also be interpreted as meaning "When you go to a restaurant do you like to eat different things?"
To make the phrase more clear you can sign "YOU LIKE EAT DIFFERENT DIFFERENT RESTAURANT YOU?"
Or even "YOU LIKE GO DIFFERENT DIFFERENT RESTAURANT YOU?" (The assumption being that when you get there you go ahead and eat – as opposed to simply sitting there staring longingly at the menu.)
The phrase "RESTAURANT YOU LIKE EAT DIFFERENT DIFFERENT YOU" provides an example of when OSV (object / subject / verb) sentence construction doesn't work as well as SUBJECT VERB OBJECT (SVO) sentence construction.
For discussion sake consider the idea that to remove ambiguity the sign RESTAURANT could be duplicated. For example, "RESTAURANT, YOU LIKE EAT DIFFERENT DIFFERENT RESTAURANT YOU?" But if we are going to place RESTAURANT near the end of the sentence we can save time and effort by just using dropping the first usage of "RESTAURANT" and keeping the second – or in other words – using "subject verb object" sign order.
RUN-OUT-OF, deplete, depleted, used up, used up, ran out of, out of,
If we do the RUN-OUT-OF sign with the ndh palm down (instead of up) it still means "run out of" but it also starts leaning toward the concept of "run out of time." Doing the RUN-OUT-OF sign with the ndh palm up is a slightly more general version of the sign.
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