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American Sign Language: Lesson 46


For video demonstrations of the sentences see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt_hhjk6QKw&list=PL6akqFwEeSpgI1uukfFiKLCIQzP4nd2yx 
For a combined list of Level 4 sentences, see: Level 4 Sentences List]


 
Practice Sheet 46.A
01. $120 MINUS 98 CENTS EQUAL HOW-MUCH? *[$119.02]
02. MONEY, $3 PLUS $3.97 EQUAL HOW-MUCH? *[$6.97]
03. PUT-DOWN THIS PHONE NUMBER (435) 555-2034
04. ONE-MORE PHONE NUMBER (916) 555-4357
05. ONE LB GRAPE SUBTRACT 1/2 LB GRAPE LEAVES HOW-MANY?

Practice Sheet 46.B
06. THREE TIMES 1/2 LB BANANA EQUAL HOW-MANY?
07. EIGHT-CENT SUBTRACT 7-CENT EQUAL HOW-MANY?
08. 1/4 TSP SALT DIVIDE-by TWO EQUAL WHAT?
09. ONE DOLLAR DIVIDE-by TEN EQUAL WHAT?
10. FIVE-DOLLAR PLUS FIVE-DOLLAR EQUAL WHAT?

Practice Sheet 46.C
11. TWO-WEEKS SUBTRACT 3-DAY EQUAL WHAT?
12. TWENTY-FIVE-CENTS SUBTRACT 13-CENTS EQUAL WHAT?
13. EIGHT-MONTH PLUS FIVE-MONTH EQUAL HOW-MANY?
14. J-O-A-N-of-A-R-C LIVE WHICH CENTURY? [15th] [14121431]
15. YOUR TEACHER WEIGH HOW-MUCH?

Practice Sheet 46.D
16. SHOW-me THIS NUMBER 192,743.
17. YOUR GRANDPA BORN 1930's?
18. 2-WEEK-FUTURE SATURDAY YOU #BUSY?
19. YOUR MOM, how-OLD?
20. YOU WAKE-up what-TIME?

Practice Sheet 46.E
21. YOU MOVE-here WHEN?
22. YOU GRADUATE WHEN?
23. YOUR BIRTHDAY WHAT MONTH?
24. THANKSGIVING NOVEMBER WHICH WEEK? 25. THIS CLASS MEET HOW OFTEN?


Vocabulary:

$119.02 / $6.97 / (435) 901-2034 / (916) 555-4357 / lb grapes / 1 lb bananas / 1 cent / 1 dollar / 1/8th tsp salt / 10 cents / 10 dollars / 11 days / 12 cents / 12 days / 13 months / 14 hours / 14 seconds / 15th century / 16 inches / 187 pounds / 192,743 / 1930's / 2 days ago (day before yesterday) / 2 months / 2 weeks from now / 2,340 / 2:19 a.m. / 2:37 p.m. / 21st century / 25 cents / 27 feet high / 27 lbs. / 28 years old / 3 a.m. / 3 days ago / 3 hours / 3 years ago / 300 miles / 37 dollars / 4 days / 5' 7 / 5 cents / 5 dollars / 6 weeks / 63 cents / 7 cents / 7 minutes / 7 years old / 8:30 a.m. / 86 feet high / 9 dollars / 9 weeks ago / Every-2-years / Every-month / Every-three-months / Every-week / Every-year / In-2-years / In-7-years / In-his-her-fifties / Last-month / Last-week / Last-year / Midnight / Next month / Next week / Next year / Year-1997 / Year-2011 / Zip-84302 / Jan / Feb / March / April / May / June / July / Aug / Sept. / Oct / Nov / Dec / first-two-weeks-of-the-month / third-week-of-the-month


Notes:
#BUSY | $120 | $3 | $3.97 | $119.02 | $6.97 | 14121431 | 15th | 1/2 | 1/4 | 13-CENTS | 192,743. | 1930's | 2-WEEK-FUTURE | 3-DAY | 555-2034 | 555-4357 | 7-CENT | 98 | BANANA | BIRTHDAY | BORN | CENTS | CENTURY | CLASS | DIVIDE-by | DOLLAR | EIGHT-CENT | EIGHT-MONTH | EQUAL | FIVE-MONTH | GRADUATE | GRANDPA | GRAPE | HOW | HOW-MANY | HOW-MUCH | how-OLD | LB | LEAVES | LIVE | MEET | MINUS | MOM, | MONEY, | MONTH | MOVE-here | NOVEMBER | NUMBER | OFTEN | ONE-MORE | PHONE | PLUS | PUT-DOWN | SALT | SATURDAY | SHOW-me | SUBTRACT | TEACHER | TEN | THANKSGIVING | THIS | TIMES | TSP | TWENTY-FIVE-CENTS | TWO-WEEKS | WAKE-up | WEEK | WEIGH | WHAT | what-TIME | WHEN | WHEN | WHICH | YOUR |



Sample Quiz:
https://youtu.be/VvLMrUnSZJ4 [Note -- this is a SAMPLE quiz. If you are taking this as a tuition paying student -- check your syllabus for the link to the graded quiz!]

Sample Quiz Answers:
01. 14 hours
02. 1 dollar
03. (435) 901-2034
04. Zip-84302
05. 11 days
06. 2:19 a.m.
07. 2:37 p.m.
08. 4 days
09. $119.02
10. Next week
11. 5 foot 7 inches
12. Last-week
13. Last-year
14. 15th century
15. 9 dollars
16. 86 feet high
17. lb grapes
18. Every-month
19. 16 inches
20. 3 days ago
21. 12 cents
22. (916) 555-4357
23. 7 years old
24. Every-year
25. In-2-years
26. 5 cents
27. 1 lb bananas
28. Next year
29. 2011-(year)
30. Every-2-years
31. 1930s
32. 2 weeks from now
33. 300 miles
34. 187 pounds
35. 37 dollars
36. Every-week
37. 27 feet high
38. 10 dollars
39. 14 seconds
40. 1 cent
41. 28 years old
42. 3 hours
43. Last-month
44. 192,743
45. fifties (in-his-her-fifties)
46. 5 dollars
47. Aug
48. Year-1997
49. 13 months
50. 2 months
51. Every-three-months
52. 10 cents
53. Next month
54. 21st century
55. third-week-of-the-month
56. 12 days
57. 27 lbs.
58. 3 a.m.
59. 7 cents
60. Sept.
61. 9 weeks ago
62. 8:30 a.m.
63. 2 days ago (day before yesterday)
64. Oct
65. first-two-weeks-of-the-month
66. Midnight
67. 3 years ago
68. 25 cents [both versions]
69. 1/8th tsp salt
70. In-7-years
71. 7 minutes
72. 63 cents
73. 6 weeks
74. 2,340
75. $6.97
76. YOUR TEACHER WEIGH HOW-MUCH?
77. SHOW-me THIS NUMBER 192,743.
78. YOUR MOM, how-OLD?
79. PUT-DOWN THIS PHONE NUMBER (435) 555-2034
80. YOUR GRANDPA BORN 1930s?
81. ONE-MORE PHONE NUMBER (916) 555-4357
82. YOUR BIRTHDAY WHAT MONTH?
83. ONE LB GRAPE SUBTRACT 1/2 LB GRAPE LEAVES HOW-MANY?
84. YOU WAKE-up what-TIME?
85. ONE DOLLAR DIVIDE-by TEN EQUAL WHAT?
86. YOU MOVE-here WHEN?
87. MONEY, $3 PLUS $3.97 EQUAL HOW-MUCH? *[$6.97]
88. YOU GRADUATE WHEN? [Messed up on numbering, did 18 self-corrected to 88] 11.14
89. TWO-WEEKS SUBTRACT 3-DAY EQUAL WHAT?
90. J-O-A-N-of-A-R-C LIVE WHICH CENTURY? [15th] [14121431]
91. TWENTY-FIVE-CENTS SUBTRACT 13-CENTS EQUAL WHAT?
92. FIVE-DOLLAR PLUS FIVE-DOLLAR EQUAL WHAT?
93. THREE TIMES 1/2 LB BANANA EQUAL HOW-MANY?
94. $120 MINUS 98 CENTS EQUAL HOW-MUCH? *[$119.02 ]
95. THIS CLASS MEET HOW OFTEN?
96. EIGHT-CENT SUBTRACT 7-CENT EQUAL HOW-MANY?
97. THANKSGIVING NOVEMBER WHICH WEEK ?
98. 1/4 TSP SALT DIVIDE-by TWO EQUAL WHAT?
99. 2-WEEK-FUTURE SATURDAY YOU #BUSY?
100. EIGHT-MONTH PLUS FIVE-MONTH EQUAL HOW-MANY?

 


Notes:

Question
A student writes: "I have a question about the lesson 46 sample quiz on asluniversity.com. #31 is 1930's... but you signed 19 and then shook the 3-hand. I want to assume that means 30's, but you signed 1930's as 1930 with an "s" after it for the lesson, not the shaken 3. If my assumption is correct about the shaken 3 = 30's... then am I also to assume that a shaken 2=20's, 4= 40's and so forth and so on ending at the 9 for the 90's? "

Response:
Right! There are two ways to show the "decades" 20's, 30's, 40's etc.
Some folks feel the "shake" method is more "ASL."
Some folks feel the apostrophe "s" method is more English signing.
However both versions show up a lot in the Deaf Community and are worth knowing.