By Lou Fant, Barbara Bernstein Fant
Ideal words for American signal Language presents one hundred fifty crucial words for hearing-impaired clients of ASL and people who have interaction with them. ASL professional Barbara Bernstein Fant--carrying at the paintings of her past due husband Lou--and illustrator Betty Miller make it effortless so that you can decide up key symptoms for daily conversation with no need to have past wisdom of signing. this convenient reference is ideal for very easily and expectantly speaking with family, coworkers, sufferers, or an individual who makes use of ASL.
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CHILDREN HAVE YOU 34 Getting Better Acquainted Have you eaten? Did you eat? Are you finished eating? EAT FINISH 35 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners I haven’t eaten yet. EAT LATE I 36 Getting Better Acquainted Are you hungry? HUNGER YOU 37 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners Let’s you and I go to a restaurant. YOU AND I GO TO RESTAURANT 38 Getting Better Acquainted What are you going to order? ORDER WHAT SHRUG 39 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners I will order breakfast.
AGAIN PLEASE 47 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners I can fingerspell, but I can’t read it well. FINGERSPELL READ 48 CAN BUT GOOD CAN’T Signing and Deafness You sign fast. SIGN RAPID YOU 49 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners I understand. I UNDERSTAND I don’t understand. UNDERSTAND 50 Signing and Deafness Would you write it, please? WRITE How do you sign for PLEASE ? What’s the sign ? SIGN HOW Ask these questions by pointing to whatever it is you want to know the sign for or by fingerspelling the word.
This quality of movement is called verb directionality The nondirectional verbs (like the one above) do not express either subject or direct object; therefore, these two things (subject and direct object nouns and pronouns) must be supplied. 22 Greetings, Introductions, and Common Expressions I love you. I LOVE YOU This is also a nondirectional verb. 23 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners I see him/her/it. I SEE In regard to verb directionality, as seen in this example one-directional verb signs express direct object but not subject; that is, one-directional verbs move toward the direct object; thus, a noun or pronoun is not required.