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CL:A : The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "CL:A / classifier A"
 

CL:A can be used as a building, a house, a trophy, a statue, and similar concepts.

Just like an English pronoun, you must first identify what you are talking about (a house for example).  Then you can use the classifier to show where it is located, or what is near it.

For more information, see: CLASSIFIERS
 

CL:A


 

 

ADOBE/STUCCO [TOOTH, CEMENT, GLASS] + CL:A smear to stucco wall:

 


Some lexicalized classifiers that have become standardized signs:

 

COMMUTE:

 

DETERIORATE:

 

CHALLENGE:

 

BASEMENT:

 

 


Notes: 




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