A basic course in American Sign Language
T.J. Publishers, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 288 pages
Four deaf teachers and three hearing students provide a variety of models for the exercises in the text. Conversation tape presents spontaneous, unrehearsed conversations between four deaf adults, discussing such topics as mischievous behaviors of school children, travel experiences, deaf clubs, deaf people in different countries, and name signs.
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A-FEW A-LITTLE ABC/ASL adjectives American Sign Language AUNT LOSE Basic Sentence Structure BICYCLE BOOK British Sign Language CHAIR Change the following classifier CLBB CLCC closed caption COME-HERE culture of Deaf Deaf children Deaf community Deaf culture decoder DIALOGUE Directional Verbs DOLLAR DON'T-KNOW DON'T-LIKE DON'T-WANT DRIVE-THERE EXAMPLE EXERCISE FINGERSPELL FINISH following sentences French Sign Language FRIEND WILL SHE-MEET-ME GIRL GLASS GO-THERE HAPPY hearing HOME HORSE ESCAPE Jack large number LETTER LIPREAD LONG-AGO LOSE SUITCASE modals MOVIE negative NOT-YET Noun objects PAPER PLAN GO-AWAY PRACTICE SIGN Reduplicate REMEMBER MY NAME RESTAURANT schools SISTER STORE student T-V BREAK T-V CAPTION TEACHER TELEPHONE NUMBER teletypewriter tense indicator There's Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet TICKET TO-TELEPHONE TOMORROW BROTHER OLD Tomorrow my brother TWO-THEM TWO-US UNDERSTAND verb forms VISIT S-D visiting San Diego Vocabulary WANT WH-questions WIFE NOW VISIT WOMAN Yes/No questions YESTERDAY YOU-GIVE-ME