Conversational Sign Language II: An Intermediate-advanced Manual, Volume 2

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Gallaudet University Press, 1972 - Education - 220 pages
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This book presents English words and their American Sign Language (ASL) equivalents in 63 lessons. Part one covers 750 words and their signs. Part two deals with the interpretation of 220 English idioms (which have over 300 usages in ASL). Part three presents over 300 ASL idioms and colloquialisms prevalent in informal conversations. Conversational Sign Language II is excellent for the classroom or for self-instructional use, and includes a separate index for each part as well as a bibliography. Each of the lessons in the text is illustrated and has follow-up exercises. A practice test is included after every third lesson.
 

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Contents

A Review Quiz of Basic Signs
3
Time Words and Phrases
10
Review of Money Signs
16
Review of Numbers and Counting
22
Common Foods and Drink
28
Around Home
36
Signs for Major U S Cities
42
Person Signs Requiring Addition of ER
48
Mixed Word Groups
89
Signing Songs Poems and Hymns
94
An Introduction to English Idioms in the Language of Signs
100
Get ToGet Rid Of
108
Put OnHang Up
115
Hold OnKeep Off
121
Count OnKeep Track Of
128
Run OverGive Birth To
135

Use of Comparatives and Superlatives
56
Prefixes and Suffixes
64
Mixed Word Groups
73
Mixed Word Groups
81
The Use of Finish
141
The Use of Late
147
The Use of Zero
154
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