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Lesson 1
Vocabulary: AGAIN-[repeat] DEAF HEARING-[speak, say] WHAT (huh?) LEARN LIKE MEET-[meet-you] NAME-[called] NICE-[clean] PLEASE MEAN-(meaning)-[what is the meaning of, purpose] SIGN-[sign language, signing] STUDENT (learn) TEACHER [teach, agent]-[-er][professor, educate] THANK-YOU [good] UNDERSTAND WHERE WHO WHY Pronominalization and Indexing: [it, he, me, she, him, her, this, you] Indexing/plural sweep: [them, they, those, us, we, you-all, that] YES/NO Story 1 HI I [spell your first and last name]. NICE-MEET-YOU. I HEARING. I SIGN SLOW. I STUDENT [spell the name of your school]. I LEARN SIGN. TEACHER NAME [spell the name of your teacher]. HE/SHE DEAF [or hearing]. HE/SHE TEACH GOOD. I UNDERSTAND HE/SHE. I LIKE HE/SHE.

Practice Sheet: 1.A 1. "WHO YOU?" (Who are you?) 2. "DEAF YOU?" (Are you Deaf?) 3. "STUDENT YOU?" ("Are you an ASL student?)" 4. "YOUR TEACHER NAME 'HUH'?" (What is your Teacher's name?) 5. "YOU UNDERSTAND HE/SHE?" (Do you understand him/her?) 6. "HOW YOU SIGN P-L-E-A-S-E?" (How do you sign "please?") 7. "AGAIN YOUR NAME?" (What is your name again?) 8. "S/HE STUDENT?" [point at teacher] (Is she or he a student?) 9. "THIS YOUR?" [point at any object] (Is this yours?) 10. "WHERE ____" [spell the name of a person in the room]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Discussion Notes 1: Definition of ASL - ASL is not: Signed English, Pidgin (contact signing), Cued Speech, or the Rochester Method - Approaches to learning fingerspelling and numbers - The relationship between ASL and the Deaf Community - The existence of other signed languages - Brief history of ASL - The existence of Deaf Culture - The need for practice and suggested methods - agent sign Practice Sheet: 1.B 1. "NICE me-MEET-you" (It is nice to meet you.) 2. "HEARING YOU?" (Are you a hearing person?) 3. "ASL TEACHER YOU?" (Are you a teacher?) 4. "WHERE YOU LEARN SIGN?" (Where are you learning sign?) 5. "WHY YOU LEARN SIGN?" (Why are you learning sign?) 6. "HOW YOU SIGN T-H-A-N-K-S?" (How do you sign "thanks?") 7. "S/HE STUDENT?" [point at other student] (Is she or he a student?) 8. "THEY LEARN SIGN?" (Are they learning sign language?) 9. "WHO OUR TEACHER?" (Who is our teacher?) 10. "WHERE ____" [spell the name of the teacher or of a student]

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Lesson 2
Vocabulary 2: BROTHER-[boy, male, man, same, right] CHILD-[short, children] DAD-[parents] [grandpa] DIVORCE HEY HOW HOW-MANY-[MANY] LIVE-[life, address] MARRIAGE-[husband, wife, marry, married, spouse] MOM [grandma] SINGLE-[something, someone] SISTER [girl, female] SLOW SPELL-[fingerspell] WORK Possession: [have, own, her, his, its, mine, my, our, their, your, yours] GIRL-[woman, lady] BOY-[male, man]

Practice Sheet: 2.A 1. "'HEY,' NAME YOU?" (What is your name?) [L2] 2. "YOU MARRIED?" (Are you married?) [L2] 3. "CHILDREN YOU?" (Do you have children?) [L2] 4. "HOW-MANY SISTER YOU?" (How many sisters do you have?) [L2] 5. "YOUR MOM NAME 'HUH'?" (What is your mom's name.) [L2] Practice Sheet: 2.B 6. "YOUR DAD DEAF?" (Is your dad deaf?) [L2] 7. "YOU WORK WHERE YOU?" (Where do you work?) [L2] 8. "YOU LIVE WHERE ?" (Where do you live?) [L2] 9. "THIS HIS?" [point at any object] (Is this his?) [L2] 10. "HOW YOU SIGN "W -E"?" [spell "we"] (How do you sign "we?") [L2]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Discussion 2: 1. The "yes/no" non-manual marker Affirmation/Negation 2. The "wh" non-manual marker 3. Indexing 4. Pluralization 5. Possession 6. Be able to recognize each letter of the fingerspelled alphabet 7. Directionality 8. Head-nod (replace "be" verb) (affirmation) 9. Head-shake 10. Information getting behavior 11. Person or "agent" affix 12. Numbers 1-10 Discuss: The difference between "MANY" and "HOW-MANY?" Practice Sheet: 2.C 11. "YOU NAME B-O-B, YOU?" (Are you named Bob?) [L2] 12. "YOU DIVORCED YOU?" (Are you divorced?) [L2] 13. "HOW-MANY BROTHER YOU?" (How many brothers do you have?) [L2] 14. "YOUR BROTHER/SISTER SINGLE?" (Is your brother / sister single?) [L2] 15. "SPELL YOUR DAD NAME SLOW." (Spell your dad's name slowly.) [L2] Practice Sheet: 2.D 16. "You-MEET MY BROTHER YOU?" (Did you / Have you met my brother?) [L2] 17. "YOU LIVE WHERE YOU?" (Where do you live?) [L2] 18. "YOU HAVE SISTER?" (Do you have a sister?) [L2] 19. "THIS YOUR?" [point at any object] (Is this yours?) [L2] 20. "HOW YOU SIGN T-H-E-Y?" (How do you sign "they?") [L2]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 2.A HELLO I B-I-L-L V-I-C-A-R-S [first and last name]. DEAF I WIFE B-E-L-I-N-D-A, SHE DEAF FOUR CHILDREN [Left hand hold up a "four" handshape, palm back, arm held at a comfortable angle, keep it there. Sweep the tip of the right index finger along the tips of the first three fingers of the left hand. ] HEARING [Touch the tip of the pinkie finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand.] DEAF [nod, and touch the pinkie finger again, then,] TWO BOY [Touch the tip of the index finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand, then touch the tip of the ring finger of the left hand.] GIRL, [Touch the tip of the middle finger and then the pinkie] [Touch the tip of the index finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand.] L-O-G-A-N (normally you'd indicate the age here, but we'll learn that in a later lesson) [Touch the tip of the left, middle finger.] K-E-L-S-E-Y [Touch the tip of the ring finger.] B-E-N [Touch the tip of the pinkie finger.] S-A-R-A-H Story 2.B HELLO I KELSEY VICARS HEARING I MOTHER FATHER DEAF FATHER NAME BILL MOTHER BELINDA HAVE TWO BROTHER ONE SISTER [Hold up your left hand in a "four" handshape, palm facing back, arm held at a comfortable angle, keep it there.] [Touch the tip of the index finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand.] BROTHER, L-O-G-A-N, HEARING, MARRIED, 2 CHILDREN [Touch the tip of the middle finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand.] ME, SINGLE [Touch the tip of the ring finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand.] BROTHER, FRED, DIVORCED, ZERO CHILDREN [Touch the tip of the pinkie finger of the left "four" hand with the pad of the right index finger of the right "one" hand.] SISTER, S-A-R-A-H, DEAF, SINGLE

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Lesson 3
VOCABULARY 3: ALL-[#ALL, whole] ASK-[ask-to, inquire, request] BAD/GOOD-[better, best] BATHROOM-[toilet, restroom] BIG/[SMALL] COME/[GO]-[come on, go-there, go-to, attend] FAMILY-[class, group, team, category, cluster] FAVORITE-[prefer] FINE/[COOL, swell] FROM HERE HOUSE/CITY LIKE MORE NEED-[must, have-to, should, ought-to] SCHOOL-[academic] SO-SO-[maybe, sort-of] THINK-[brain, mind, think-about, wonder] RAISED-[grow-up] [Negation: not, don't, reversal of orientation]

Practice sheet: 3.A 1. "WHO YOU?" (Who are you?) 2. "FROM WHERE YOU?" (Where are you from?) 3. "CITY YOU LIVE?" (What city do you live in?) 4. "FAMILY DEAF?" (Is anyone in your family deaf?) 5. "YOUR HOUSE SMALL?" (Is your house small?) 6. "YOUR HOUSE, HOW MANY BATHROOM?" (How many bathrooms do you have in your house?) 7. "WHERE YOU WORK?" (Where do you work?) 8. "YOU LIKE YOUR WORK?" (Do you like your job?) 9. "YOU THINK I SIGN GOOD?" (Do you think I sign well?) 10. "HOW YOU SIGN "A-L-L"?" (How do you sign "all?")

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Discussion 3: Establishing tense Dealing with "ing, s, and ed" Grammar and ASL syntax. Facial Expressions Sign Parameters Initialization Signing Space Numbers 11-20 Story: 3 MY FAMILY ALL LIKE GO GRANDMA HOUSE. SHE LIVE CITY SMALL. NAME RIVERDALE. HER HOUSE BIG. BATHROOM HAVE THREE. MY DAD GROW-UP THERE. THINK HOUSE SWELL. I THINK SO-SO. RIVERDALE SCHOOL DAD DON'T-LIKE. WHY? TEACHER THEY BAD. ONE NICE TEACHER. M-R-S. SMITH. DAD PREFER-(favorite) SHE-(index on left). SHE GOOD. THAT SCHOOL NEED MORE GOOD TEACHER. Practice Sheet 3.B 1. "NAME YOU?" (What is your name?) 2. "YOU LIVE HERE?" (Do you live here?) 3. "YOU LIKE LEARN SIGN?" (Do you like learning how to sign?) 4. "YOUR HOUSE BIG?" (Is your house big?) 5. "HOW-MANY CHILDREN YOU?" (How many children do you have?) 6. "YOU WANT MORE CHILDREN?" (Do you want more children?) 7. "YOU GO SCHOOL??" (Are you attending school?) 8. "YOU NEED BATHROOM?" (Do you need to go to the bathroom?) 9. "YOU THINK I SIGN BAD?" (Do you think I sign poorly?) 10. "HOW YOU SIGN "F-I-N-E"?" (How do you sign "fine?")

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Lesson 4
Vocabulary 4: ANGRY AUNT UNCLE BABY [son, daughter] BEDROOM-[box, room] BRUSH-TEETH CRY EXCUSE-[lay-off/pardon/release/] FEEL FRIEND-[good-friend, boy-friend, girlfriend] HAPPY HELP HURT [pain, injury] IDEA-[SUPPOSE, if] LOVE SAD SORRY-[apologize, regret] STOP WANT-[don't-want, desire] WASH CL:V-[stand, walk-to, lay down, tossand-turn, dive, jump, skate board, scooter, get up]

Practice Sheet: 4.A 1. "MY NAME________, WHO YOU?" (My name is __________Who are you?) 2. "YOU FROM HERE?" (Are you from here?) 3. "YOU LIKE BIG CITY?" (Do you like big cities?) 4. "YOU MARRIED?" (Are you married?) 5. "YOU WANT STOP LEARN SIGN?" (Do you want to stop learning sign language?) 6. "YOU LIKE SHE?" [point at a student] (Do you like her?) 7. "YOU LIKE GO WORK?" (Do you like going to work?) 8. "YOU LIKE ALL STUDENTS HERE?" (Do you like all of the students here?) 9. "YOU THINK THIS CITY NICE?" (Do you think this city is nice?) 10. "HOW YOU SIGN "ASK-TO"?" (How do you sign "ASK-TO?")

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice Sheet: 4.B Discussion 4: Non-manual Cues "NMM" (general) Iconicity of Signs Incorporation of Intensity Numbers 20-30 Classifiers (defining) Classifier: V Story 4 MY AUNT UNCLE DIVORCE. AUNT SHE-[index on the right] LOVE HIM[index on the left]. not-WANT DIVORCE. SHE SAD, ANGRY, HURT-(over heart), GO BEDROOM CL:V-"lay down-toss and turn" CRY, CRY. she-ASK-me meHELP-her FEEL BETTER. I HAPPY HELP-her. SHE good-FRIEND SHE. MY IDEA, SHE NEED FORGIVE HIM. STOP FEEL SORRY. 1. "NICE-TO-MEET YOU. " (It's nice to meet you.) 2. "WHERE YOU LIVE?" (Where do you live?) 3. "YOU LIKE SMALL CITY?" (Do you like small cities?) 4. "YOU SINGLE?" (Are you single?) 5. "YOU LIKE [HE/SHE] TEACHER?" (Do you like the teacher?) 6. "YOU LIKE COME HERE?" (Do you like coming here?) 7. "WHAT CITY YOU WORK?" (What city do you work in?) 8. "HOW SPELL YOUR NAME?" (How do you spell your name?) 9. "YOU WANT MEET MY MOM?" (Do you want to meet my mother?) 10."HOW YOU SIGN "H-E-A-R-I-N-G"?" (How do you sign "hearing?")

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Lesson 5
Practice sheet: 5.A Discussion 5: Eye Gaze Noun-Verb Pairs Directional Verbs Numbers 31-99 Vocabulary 5 CAN-[able, may, possible] CAR/[DRIVE] CHURCH COMPUTER DOCTOR/[nurse] EMAIL GIVE-[hand to] HOME IN/[OUT]-[enter, inside, within, outside] INTERNET MOVIE PLAY-(TOYS, party) PUT-[put-on, put-away, move] SIT-[chair, anxious] STAND STAY STORE VIDEO WALK-TO-[walk] WATCH WITH-[in-front-of, behind, follow, catchup, chase, fall-behind, accompany, together, go-with, go-steady, race, compete, subordinate] 1. CAN YOU UNDERSTAND ME? [Can you understand me?] 2. NAME YOUR FAVORITE CAR (WhQ) [What is your favorite car?] 3. YOU WALK-TO CHURCH? [Do you walk to church?] 4. YOUR MOM NURSE? [Is your mom a nurse?] 5. YOUR GRANDMA GIVE YOU WRISTWATCH? [Did your grandmother give you a watch?] 6. YOUR FAVORITE INTERNET S-I-TE WHAT? [What is your favorite Internet site?] 7. WHAT YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE? [What is your favorite movie?] 8. YOU HAVE FAVORITE CHAIR? [Do you have a favorite chair?] 9. YOU WANT GO STORE? [Do you want to go to the store?] 10. YOU LIKE SIGN WITH DEAF? [Do you like signing with a Deaf person?]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 5 MY BROTHER NOT GO SCHOOL. HE [negative "not"]-FEEL-GOOD. STAY HOME, COMPUTER SIT-[long time] PLAY-[long time], INTERNET, EMAIL HIS FRIEND. HE WANT WATCH MOVIE. MOM DRIVE-TO VIDEO STORE. GIVE-[to him]. I THINK HE SHOULD GO DOCTOR HE-[point to brother]. (Note: Sign this story with the facial expressions and body language of a jealous sibling). Practice Sheet 5.B 1. CAN YOU DRIVE? [Can you drive?] 2. YOU DRIVE HERE FROM HOME? [Did you drive here from home?] 3. HOW-MANY COMPUTER YOU HAVE? [How many computers do you have?] 4. YOU NEED GO DOCTOR? [Do you need to go to a doctor?] 5. YOU HAVE EMAIL YOUR HOME? [Do you have e-mail access at home?] 6. WHERE YOUR HOME? [Where is your home?] 7. YOU LIKE PLAY OUTSIDE? [Do you like to play outside?] 8. YOU FEEL ANXIOUS? [Are you feeling anxious?] 9. YOUR FAVORITE STORE WHAT? [What is your favorite store?] 10. YOU LIKE SIGN WITH FRIEND? [Do you like signing with a friend?]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice Sheet: 5.C 1. CAN YOU F-I-X COMPUTER? [Can you fix computers?] 2. YOU LIKE DRIVE? [Do you like driving?] 3. YOU DRIVE-TO CHURCH? [Do you drive to church?] 4. YOU LIKE EMAIL? [Do you like using email?] 5. YOU WANT GO HOME? [Do you want to go home?] 6. YOU WANT GO OUTSIDE? [Do you want to go outside?] 7. YOU LIKE PLAY C-H-E-S-S? [Do you like to play chess?] 8. YOU THINK TEACHER NEED STAND? [Do you think teachers should stand] 9. YOU HAVE MANY VIDEO INDEX(point off to side) HOME? [Do you have many videos at home?] 10. ALL YOUR FRIEND SIGN? [Do all of your friends sign?] Practice Sheet: 5.D 1. CAN YOU SPELL HIS/HER NAME? [Can you spell his (or her) name?]" 2. YOU DRIVE SLOW? [Do you drive slowly?] 3. ALL YOUR FRIEND HAVE COMPUTER? [Do all your friends have a computer?] 4. YOUR DAD GIVE-YOU COMPUTER? [Did your dad give you a computer?] 5. YOU HAVE INTERNET INDEX-(point off to the side) HOME? [Do you have Internet access at home?] 6. YOU LIKE GO MOVIES? [Do you like going to the movies?] 7. YOU THINK CHILDREN SHOULD PUT-(away) THEIR TOYS? [Do you think children should put away their toys?] 8. YOU LIKE STAY HOME WATCH VIDEO? [Do you like to stay home and watch a video?] 9. YOU WALK-TO SCHOOL? [Do you walk to school?] 10. YOU LIVE WITH YOUR MOMDAD? [Do you live with your parents?]

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Lesson 6
Discussion 6: Dealing with time Time Line O'Clock Adjective-Noun Sequence Numbers 101-999

Practice Sheet 6.A 1. YOUR FAVORITE COLOR, WHAT? [What is your favorite color?] 2. BLACK WHITE TV, YOU HAVE? [Do you have a black and white TV?] 3. YOU LIKE COLOR BROWN? [Do you like the color brown?] 4. YOU DRAW GOOD? [Do you draw well?] 5. YOU DIVORCE PAST? [Have you ever been divorced?] 6. YOU FINISH WATCH MOVIE "__________?" [Have you seen the movie (spell a popular movie)] 7. YOU THINK FUTURE YOU TEACH ASL? [Do you think that someday you will teach ASL?] 8. YOUR CHAIR GREEN? [Is your chair green?] 9. OLD YOU? [How old are you?] 10. YOU THINK ORANGE FAVORITE GOOD? [Do you think oranges taste good?]

Vocabulary 6 BLACK BLUE BROWN COLOR DRAW-[art] FINISH FUTURE-[later, will, someday, far in the future] GREEN LONG-[how-long] NOW-[present, current, today] OLD ORANGE PAPER-[page, look-up, dictionary] PAST-[before, previously, long-ago] RED TOMORROW-[daily, everyday] WAIT-[wait-a-minute] WHEN WHITE-[white-person] YEAR-[annually, last-year, next-year, numerical incorporation] YELLOW

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 6 YEAR-PAST MY HOUSE ROOM ROOM WHITE A-L-L. NOW-YEAR MANY COLOR. MY BEDROOM BLUE. MY SISTER BEDROOM YELLOW. BROTHER WANT BEDROOM BLACK, DAD (say)-NO-(to-him-"sternly"). (Role play brother bodyshift face slightly left. Ask-to-father)-ORANGE? (Role play father bodyshift facing slightly right.) say-NO-(to-son-"sternly")-(Role play brother bodyshift face slightly left. Askto-father)-BROWN? (Role play father bodyshift facing slightly right.) say-O-Kto-son- "think about it for a moment" "reluctantly". MOM-DAD THEIR(singular) BED-ROOM WHITE. BATHROOM YELLOW. FAMILY ROOM GREEN. OUR CAR RED. 6.B Practice sheet 1. CITY YOU LIVE? [In what city do you live?] 2. HOW-LONG YOU LIVE INDEX(there) [How long have you lived there?] 3. YOU WANT GO HOME NOW? [Do you want to go home now?] 4. WHAT COLOR YOUR PAPER? [What color is your paper?] 5. YOU LIVE BIG CITY PAST? [Have you ever lived in a big city?] 6. YOU LIKE RED CAR? [Do you like red cars?] 7. TOMORROW YOU GO SCHOOL? [Are you going to school tomorrow?] 8. YOU GO DOCTOR, WAIT-(long), YOU SIT-(anxious)? [Do you get anxious when you wait a long time at the doctors office?] 9. WHEN YOU MOVE-(to here)? [When did you move here?] 10. HOW-MANY YEAR YOU LIVE HERE? [How many years have you lived here?]

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Lesson 7
Discussion 7 Attention Getting Methods Numbers 1,000-999,999 ABCOS15 Dominant Hand Note: "CL:" is a way of indicating a special sign known as a "classifier." Note: "ICL" means "instrument classifier." Instrument classifiers are sometimes used to show the manipulation of an object. In this story you "manipulate" a cookie and a cup. Vocabulary 7 APPLE CANDY CEREAL CHEESE COOKIE CUP-[glass] DRINK EAT [food] EGG FORK FULL HAMBURGER HOTDOG-(sausage, bologna) HUNGRY-[wish] MILK PIZZA POPCORN SPOON-[soup} -[soup} WATER WHAT-KIND-[type, style] SELF

Practice Sheet: 7.A 1. YOU LIKE EAT GREEN APPLE? [Do you like to eat green apples?] 2. WHAT-KIND CANDY YOU LIKE? [What type of candy do you like?] 3. WHAT-KIND CEREAL YOU LIKE? [What type of cereal do you like?] 4. YOU LIKE COOKIES WITH MILK? [Do you like cookies and milk?] 5. HOW-MANY CUP WATER YOU DRINK EVERYDAY? [How many cups of water do you drink daily?] 6. WHAT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD? [What is your favorite food?] 7. YOU LIKE GREEN EGG AND H-AM? [Do you like green eggs and ham?] 8. YOU HAVE FORK YOU? [Do you have a fork?] 9. YOU FULL? [Are you full?] 10. YOU FAVORITE-[prefer], HAMBURGER [body-shift-"or"] HOTDOG? [Do you prefer hamburgers or hotdogs?]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 7 HUNGRY ME. WANT EAT. NOW NOW I FEEL CAN EAT PIZZA CL:bent-LL(Use bent "L" hands to show the size of a medium to large pizza) ALL MYSELF. TOMORROW I GO MOVIE. EAT, EAT, EAT WILL ME! POPCORN, HOTDOG, CANDY, DRINK, WILL FULL ME. MY FAVORITE FOOD? COOKIES, MILK ICL-"Dip cookie into a cup of milk, take a bite." Practice Sheet: 7.B 1. HUNGRY YOU ? [Are you hungry?] 2. WHAT-KIND PIZZA YOU LIKE? [What type of pizza do you like?] 3. SUPPOSE YOU GO MOVIE, YOU LIKE EAT POPCORN? [Do you like to eat popcorn at the movies?] 4. WHAT-KIND SOUP YOU LIKE? [What kind of soup do you like?] 5. YOU LIKE EAT RED APPLE? [Do you like to eat red apples?] 6. WHAT-KIND COOKIE YOU LIKE? [What kind of cookies do you like?] 7. YOU FAVORITE-(prefer) APPLE [bodyshift-"or"] ORANGES? [Do you prefer apples or oranges?] 8. YOUR SISTER LIKE EGG [Does your sister like eggs?] 9. SUPPOSE YOU EAT 3 HAMBURGER, WILL FULL YOU? [If you eat three hamburgers will you be full?] 10. YOU DON'T-LIKE CANDY? [Don't you like candy?]

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Lesson 8
Discussion 8 Demonstrated Pronouns Numbers 1,000,000 and up Classifier: H Gallaudet University-(define) Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins-(define)

Practice Sheet: 8.A 1. BACKPACK HAVE YOU? [Do you have a backpack?] 2. YOUR HOUSE, CLOTHES DIRTY, BASKET WHO PUT-(in)++, WHO? [Who picks up dirty clothes at your house?] 3. YOUR HEARING-AID, BATTERY, WHAT-KIND? [What kind of hearing-aid battery do you use?] 4. YOUR BELT, COLOR? [What color is your belt?] 5. CLOTHES, WHEN YOU CHANGE? [When do you change clothes?] 6. DOCTOR L-A-B COAT, COLOR? [What color is a doctor’s lab coat?] 7. CLOTHES DIRTY, SHOULD PUT WHERE? [Where should we put dirty clothes?] 8. WHO THIS ROOM HAVE GLASSES? [Who in this room has glasses?] 9. WHO HAVE HEARING-AID? [Who has a hearing aid?] 10. YOU LIKE WASHING-MACHINE CLOTHES? [Do you like doing laundry?]

Vocabulary 8 BACKPACK BASKET BATTERY-[electric] BELT CHANGE-[adapt, convert, COINS] COAT-[jacket] DIRTY-[dirt, SOIL] GLASSES-[Gallaudet] HEARING-AID-[put on hearing aid] WASHING-MACHINE ON/[OFF] PANTS PICK-UP SHIRT-[blouse] SHOES SOCKS UNDERWEAR WHICH ZIP CLOTHES

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice Sheet 8.B Story 8 MY MOM WASHING-MACHINE EVERYDAY. I-HELP-HER. WASHINGMACHINE I (shift your body to face slightly to the right, open lid of washing machine" (face forward again) CLOTHES DIRTY (shift your body slightly to the left-act out putting dirty clothes into the washer). PANTS, SHIRT, SOCKS, UNDERWEAR "throwinto washer." MY HEARING AID? I DON'T-LIKE. Take-off-HEARING-AID, (Crain your neck, look for mom, check both directions while keeping the right hand in an "x" handshape then change your handshape into the "PUT" sign and quickly put the hearing aid into the washer and close the lid. Clasp your hands, smile with wide eyes, and try to look innocent." MOM FIND, MAD! SHE. 1. SUPPOSE YOU GO CHURCH, PANTS [bodyshift-"or"] CLOTHES(dress) WHICH YOU? [If you go to church, do you wear pants or do you wear a dress?] 2. SPELL "PANTS" [Spell the word "pants."] 3. SCHOOL FINISH, TIME YOUR MOM PICK-UP YOU? [What time does your mom pick you up after school?] 4. YOUR SHIRT, WHAT COLOR? [What color is your shirt?] 5. HOW-MANY SHOES YOU HAVE? [How many pairs of shoes do you have?] 6. YOUR SOCKS, COLOR? [What color are your socks?] 7. YOU THINK CHILDREN SHOULD CHANGE UNDERWEAR DAILY? [Do you think children should change their underwear everyday?] 8. WHICH YOU FAVORITE-(prefer) PIZZA [bodyshift-"or"] HAMBURGER [Which would you rather have, pizza or a hamburger?] 9. YOUR BACKPACK HAVE ZIP? [Does your backpack have a zipper?] 10. YOU WANT GO GALLAUDET FUTURE-(someday)? [Do you want to go to Gallaudet University someday?]

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Lesson 9
Discussion 9: Code Switching Contact Sign Language Bilingual-Bicultural approach [NUMERICAL INCORPORATION] Review and Clarify: “SAY,” “THERE” Vocabulary 9 BASEMENT BATHTUB COUCH DOOR-[open, open door, close door, closet] DRESSER DRYER-[dry] GARAGE GARBAGE KITCHEN LIGHT-[lamp, lights-on, lights-off, headlights, BRIGHT, LIGHT-A-MATCH, emergency vehicle, ambulanceMICROWAVE] REFRIGERATOR SEPARATE-[apart] SHOWER SINK STOVE TABLE-[desk] TOOTHPASTE WINDOW-[open-window, close-window]

Practice Sheet 9.A 1. YOU LIVE BASEMENT APT? Do you live in a basement apartment? 2. YOU PREFER BATH, SHOWER, WHICH? Which do you prefer, taking a bath or taking a shower? 3. YOUR BATHROOM HAVE TUB AND SHOWER? Does your bathroom have both a tub and a shower? 4. TUB, SHOWER TOGETHER, SEPARATE, WHICH? Are your bathtub and your shower combined or are they separate? 5. YOUR COUCH, COLOR? What color is your couch? 6. GARAGE HAVE? CL:3-(vehicle, "park")++ HOW-MANY CAN? Do you have a garage? (if so) How many cars will it fit? 7. CAR HAVE? HOW-MANY DOORS? Do you have a car? (if so) How many doors? 8. YOUR HOUSE, GARBAGE, WHO "throw out-(mime)" Who takes out the garbage in your house? 9. YOUR DRYER, G-A-S, E-L-E-C-T-RI-C WHICH? Is your clothes dryer gas or electric? 10. COLOR THAT TABLE? What color is that table?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 9 YESTERDAY me-HELP-him BROTHER MOVE. HE BEFORE LIVE BASEMENT A-P-T. NOW HOUSE HIMSELF. HOUSE SMALL. GARAGE ZERO(none). STOVE, REFRIGERATOR WASH-MACHINE, DRY DRY-(dryer), TABLE, MICROWAVE ALL IN KITCHEN. SINK WINDOW-(sign "window" further out and above the sink") WASH-DISH CAN LOOK-(out window) CHILDREN PLAYING WASHDISH. BATHROOM SMALL, BATH-T-UB ONLY, not-HAVE SHOWER. BEDROOM MEDIUM, DRESSER HAVE. LIVE-ROOM HAVE COUCH, TV, WINDOW SMALL, (Trace the outline of a small window with the tips of your index fingers.) Practice Sheet 9.B 1. TOOTHPASTE, WHAT-KIND YOU? What kind of toothpaste do you use? 2. YOU PREFER STOVE, MICROWAVE, WHICH? Would you rather cook using a stove or a microwave? 3. YOUR REFRIGERATOR CL:BB"side-by-side-double-doors?" Is your refrigerator the kind that has the freezer on the side? 4. YOU BEFORE AMBULANCE YOU? Have you ever been in an ambulance? 5. WHY DEAF PREFER KITCHEN? Why do deaf people tend to gather in the kitchen? 6. KNOW TOOTHPASTE BRUSHTEETH, WHAT-KIND TOOTHPASTE YOU? What kind of toothpaste do you use? 7. YOUR SINK, COLOR? What color is your sink? 8. YOUR PANTS, PUT DRESSER, "HANG-UP-(mime or "x" hand on left index finger)" WHICH? Do you keep your pants in a dresser or do you hang them up? 9. YOUR BATHROOM HAVE WINDOW? Is there a window in your bathroom? 10. YOUR PARENTS SEPARATE? Are your parents separated?

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Lesson 10
Discussion 10: Cardinal Numbers Ordinal Numbers Loan Signs-(define) Lexicalized Fingerspelling: #BUSY #DO #IF #JOB #VEG #WHAT

Practice sheet 10.A 1. CAT LIKE EAT BIRD? Do cats like to eat birds? 2. WHAT-KIND BOOK YOU LIKE READ? What type of books do you enjoy reading? 3. FISH LIKE EAT BUG? Do fish like to eat bugs? 4. MILK, WHERE FROM, HOW GET? How and/or where do we get milk? [Answer: the store or a cow] 5. NAME SOMETHING DOG CHASE. What do dogs like to chase? 6. YOU PAST TAKE A-S-L CLASS YOU? Have you ever taken an ASL class? 7. YOU KNOW TEACHER WIFE/HUSBAND NAME? Do you know the teacher's wife's/husband's-(choose appropriate) name? 8. HAVE PET YOU? (if so) NAME? Do you have a pet? What is its name? 9. SOME CAT LIKE WATER? Do some cats like water? [Note: Some like swim in it. All like to drink it.] 10. YOU WANT HORSE YOU? Do you want a horse?

Vocabulary 10 BIRD BOOK-[open book, close book, bookstore] BUG CAT-[kitten] COW DOG DOWN-[downstairs, CALM-DOWN, DEPRESSED] FISH GET-[BECOME, acquire] HORSE KNOW-[don't know, know-that, knownothing, familiar, aware, that-one] PET READ SAME-[me-same-as-you, me-too, LOOK-LIKE, similar, ALSO] SOME TAKE-[take up, adopt, evaporate, takeit-easy] TELL TIME-[o'clock] TRUE-[sure, really, real] UP-[upstairs]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 10 I LIKE ANIMAL. I LIKE READ ANIMAL BOOK. PETS HAVE 4 ME. CAT, DOG, BIRD, FISH. I WANT HORSE. DAD TOLD ME CAN GET HORSE I OLD 18. MY UNCLE HAVE MANY HORSE. MANY COW. HIMSELF V-E-T. I ADULT WANT SAME-AS-HIM. I LIKE TAKE CLASS CLASS LEARN LEARN KNOW ANIMAL. ONE ANIMAL I DON'T-LIKE, BUG. Practice sheet 10.B 1. YOU LOOK-LIKE YOUR DAD? Do you look like your father? 2. WHICH YOU PREFER, READ O-R TV WATCH-(casual)? Which would you rather do, read or watch TV? 3. COOK CLASS, YOU PAST TAKE? Have you ever taken a cooking class? 4. TIME YOU GO ASL CLASS? (wh-q) What time to you go to your ASL class? 5. BIRD LIKE EAT FISH? Do birds like to eat fish? [Some do-pelicans for example.] 6. HORSE LIKE EAT FISH? Do horses like to eat fish? 7. YOUR BEDROOM UPSTAIRS? Is your bedroom upstairs? 8. TELL-(to-me) HOW YOU FEEL. Tell me how you feel. 9. YOU THINK COW GOOD PET? Do you think a cow would make a good pet? 10. YOUR FAVORITE BOOK NAME? What is your favorite book?

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Lesson 11
Discussion 11 Sentence types Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf (TTY)

Practice Sheet: 11.A 1. TELL-to-me ABOUT YOUR TEACHER Tell me about your teacher. 2. YOU GO CLASS ON TIME ALWAYS? Do you always go to class on time? 3. YOU HAVE DOG AND CAT YOU? Do you have a cat and a dog? 4. ANY YOUR FAMILY DEAF? Is anyone in your family deaf? 5. CLASS FINISH, #BACK HOME YOU? Are you going back home after class? 6. YOU BEFORE WANT TELL-tohe/she MAN/WOMAN HOW FEEL, BUT CAN'T? Have you ever wanted to tell a guy/girl how you felt but couldn't? 7. CAN PHONE YOU? Are you able to use the phone? 8. WHY CAN'T YOU UNDERSTAND HE/SHE TEACHER? Why can't you understand the teacher? 9. TAKE-UP ASL FOR-FOR ? Why are you taking ASL? 10. NAME BOOK YOU THINK WONDERFUL. Name a book that you think is wonderful.

Vocabulary 11 ABOUT-[title, quote, approximately, concerning, locale/area/thereabouts] ALWAYS AND ANY BACK-[#BACK] BUT-[different] CALL-[phone, named, yell, tty-call] CAN'T FOR-[what for] GREAT-[wonderful] LITTLE-[little-bit] MAKE NEVER NEW OH-I-SEE OR PEOPLE SOMETIMES TALK-[chat-with, talk-with] THING

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 11 I LIKE READ. CAN'T STOP ME. ALWAYS READ, READ, ANYTHING. WATCH TV, I NEVER. SOMETIMES PEOPLE CALL-TO-ME CHAT. I TYPE, (bodyshift left)-READ, (bodyshift front) READ, TYPE, (bodyshift left)-READ. FATHER he-SEE-me, MAKE HIM ANGRY. I THINK, FOR FOR HE MAD? I CAN BOOK AND TTY. Practice sheet 11.B 1. YOUR BEDROOM DIRTY LITTLEBIT? Is your bedroom a little bit dirty? 2. SOUP, YOU KNOW HOW MAKE? Do you know how to make soup? 3. YOU NEVER EAT CANDY YOU? You never eat candy!? 4. NEW CAR HAVE YOU? Do you have a new car? 5. YOU PREFER PIZZA OR HAMBURGER? Would you rather have pizza or a hamburger? 6. YOU LIKE MEET PEOPLE NEW YOU? Do you like to meet new people? 7. YOU SOMETIME FEEL ANXIOUS? (if so) WHEN? Do you feel anxious sometimes? When? 8. YOU LIKE CHAT-WITH DEAF? Do you like to chat with deaf people? 9. WHAT-KIND PEOPLE YOU LIKE? What type of people do you like? 10. LEARN NEW THING YOU LIKE? Do you like to learn new things?

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Lesson 12
Discussion 12 Review: TOMORROW, YEAR The concept of: "annually" Name Signs Time (non-manual inflections) Incorporation of Time Habitual-time Vocabulary 12 AFTERNOON-[every afternoon] DAY-[ALL-DAY, TODAY] EQUAL-[fair, level] EVERYDAY FRIDAY HABIT HOUR MINUTE MONDAY MONTH-[monthly, rent, MONTH-NEXT] MORNING-[EVERY-MORNING, ALLMORNING] NIGHT-[ALL-NIGHT, EVERY-NIGHT, evening] SATURDAY SECOND SUNDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY WEEK-[WEEK-NEXT] WEEKEND YESTERDAY

Practice sheet 12.A 1. AFTERNOON WORK YOU? Do you work in the afternoon? 2. TODAY YOU FINISH BRUSH-TEETH YOU? Did you brush your teeth today? 3. YOU THINK LIFE FAIR ALL PEOPLE? Do you think life is fair for all people? 4. YOU SHOWER EVERYDAY? Do you shower everyday? 5. EVERY-FRIDAY YOU EAT FISH? Do you eat fish every Friday? 6. HABIT ANY YOU? (if so) WHAT(huh)? What, if any, habits do you have? 7. HOW-MANY HOUR EQUAL 1 DAY? How-many hours are in a day? 8. HOW-MANY MINUTE EQUAL 1 HOUR? How-many minutes are in an hour? 9. HOW-MANY DAY EQUAL 1 MONTH? How-many days are in a month? 10. HOW-MANY MONTH EQUAL 1 YEAR? How-many months are in a year?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 12.B Story 12.a SUNDAY I GO CHURCH. MONDAY I GO AUNT HOUSE. TUESDAY I GO FOOD STORE. WEDNESDAY, HOUSE I CLEAN-UP. THURSDAY I WASHCLOTHES. FRIDAY I GO MOVIE. SATURDAY I WATCH TV. 1. YOU LIKE MONDAY? Do you like Mondays? 2. MOVIE, GO TUESDAY NIGHT, GOOD WHY? Why are Tuesday nights a good time to go to the movies? 3. SATURDAY NIGHT, I GO PARTY, WANT ACCOMPANY-me? I'm going to a party Saturday night. Do you want to go with me? 4. 1 MINUTE HAVE HOW -MANY S-EC? How many seconds are in a minute? 5. 1 WEEK HAVE HOW-MANY DAYS? How many days are in a week? 6. WHICH DAY SCHOOL YOU? Which days are you in school? 7. WHICH DAY PEOPLE GO CHURCH? On which day do people go to church? 8. PAST WEEKEND YOU GO MOVIE? Did you go to the movies last weekend? 9. YESTERDAY, HOW-MANY TIME YOU EAT? How-many times did you eat yesterday? 10. NEXT-WEEK YOU COME SCHOOL? Are you coming to school next week?

Story 12.b EVERY-MORNING MONDAY BLANK(through) FRIDAY TIME-8 I GO SCHOOL. EVERYDAY NOON, FRIEND B-O-B WE-TWO EAT 1/2 HOUR. everyAFTERNOON SCHOOL FINISH I PLAY FRIEND. Every-NIGHT BED TIME-9:30.

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Lesson 13
Discussion 13: Topic: Public School Review: PAPER Interpreters Close Captioning Vocabulary 13 ARTICLE-[column] CLOSE-CAPTIONED COLLEGE-[university] EASY-[ALMOST] FALSE FLASH-LIGHTS GRADUATE HARD-[tough, difficult, problem] HARD-OF-HEARING HIGH-SCHOOL INTERPRETER LIST PUT-DOWN RESEARCH RESIDENTIAL-SCHOOL-[deaf school, campus, institute, institution] SQUARE-[sign, black+board, perimeter] TEST-[exam, quiz] WRITE WRONG-[mistake, accident]

Practice sheet 13.A 1. YOU LIKE READ RESEARCH ARTICLE? Do you like to read research articles? 2. YOUR TV CLOSE-CAPTIONED? Is your television close-captioned? 3. YOUR DAD COLLEGE? Did your dad go to college? 4. YOU GALLAUDET YOU? Did you go to Gallaudet? (Or, "Are you attending Gallaudet?") 5. WANT BECOME INTERPRETER YOU? Do you want to be an interpreter? 6. DEAF(bodyshift-"or") HEARING YOU? Are you deaf or hearing? 7. YOU THINK HARD-OF-HEARING SHOULD MARRY DEAF O-R HEARING? Do you think hard-of-hearing people should marry Deaf people or hearing people? 8. HIGH-SCHOOL, WHEN GRADUATE YOU? When did you graduate high school? 9. YOU THINK THIS CLASS HARD? Do you think this class is hard? 10. WHY DEAF COLLEGE STUDENT NEED PUT-DOWN+AGENT? Why do deaf college students need note-takers?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 13.B Story 13 I DEAF-SCHOOL O-G-D-E-N U-T-A-H, GRADUATE 1984. NOW COLLEGE CS-U-N. I LIKE COLLEGE, BUT HARD. HIGH-SCHOOL EASY. NOW MUST READ ARTICLE. WRITE RESEARCH PAPER. TEACHER SQUARE-(white board) WRITE-(on the white board) MUST PUT-DOWN. INTERPRETER, MUST WATCH-(intense). WHY? TEST HARD. 1. CLOSE-CAPTIONED VIDEO-TAPE, YOU LIKE WATCH? Do you like to watch close-captioned videotapes? 2. YOU LIKE TRUE FALSE TEST? Do you like TRUE/FALSE tests? 3. RESEARCH PAPER, YOU LIKE WRITE? Do you like to write research papers? 4. WHY TEACHER FLASH-LIGHTS? Why does the teacher flash the lights? 5. INTERPRETER LIST, YOU HAVE? Do you have a list of interpreters? 6. SQUARE-(white-board), YOU THINK HE/SHE TEACHER SHOULD WRITE MORE? Do you think the teacher should write on the board more often? 7. PAST TEST THIS CLASS YOU MANY WRONG YOU? How many did you miss on the last test you took in this class? 8. COLLEGE, WHEN GRADUATE YOU? When will you (or did you) graduate from college? 9. YOU THINK THIS CLASS EASY? Do you think this class is easy? 10. DEAF-SCHOOL YOU? Did you attend a residential school for the deaf?

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Lesson 14
Discussion 14 Regularity Duration Top-down literacy approach Vocabulary 14 AUTUMN COLD-[REFRIGERATOR] COOL FREEZE GO-TO-BED HOT MOON RAIN SICK SNOW SPRING-[grow, PLANT, bush] SUMMER SUN SUNRISE-[sleep-in] USE-[wear] VACATION-[off work, holiday] WAKE-UP WARM WEATHER-[wind, breeze] WINTER

Practice sheet 14.A 1. WHICH YOU LIKE BETTER, SUMMER (bodyshift-or), WINTER? Which do you like better, summer or winter? 2. YOU LIKE COLD WEATHER? Do you like cold weather? 3. AUTUMN, WIND-(light), COOL, YOU LIKE CL:1-"go for a stroll"? Do you like going for a stroll in a cool autumn breeze? 4. SUMMER VACATION, TIME YOU WAKE UP? What time do you wake up during summer vacation? 5. WINTER HERE SNOW? Does it snow here in the winter? 6. YOU THINK TONIGHT WILL FREEZE? Do you think it will freeze tonight? 7. SUPPOSE RAIN, CL:1-"GO OUT" PLAY+, WILL SICK YOU? If you play in the rain, will you get sick? 8. YOU LIKE MAKE SNOW+MAN? Do you like building snowmen? 9. WORK YOU? SICK VACATION HOW-MANY DAY CAN YOU? If you work, how many days of sickleave do you get? 10. WARM COOKIE AND MILK, YOU LIKE? Do you like warm cookies and milk?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Story 14.a I FROM UTAH. THERE SUMMER HOT. FALL COOL. WINTER COLD. SPRING WARM. (position slightly left)DIFFERENT-, (position middle)DIFFERENT, (position slightly right)DIFFERENT. SUMMER VACATION I GO-TO-BED MIDNIGHT SLEEPSUNRISE. WAKE-UP TIME-9:00. WINTER I WANT SLEEP-SUNRISE, BUT CAN'T, MUST SCHOOL. Practice sheet 14.B 1. YOU LIKE SLEEP-IN? Do you like to sleep in? 2. YESTERDAY TIME YOU WAKE-UP? What time did you wake up yesterday? 3. YOU LIKE HOT WEATHER YOU? Do you like hot weather? 4. SUMMER VACATION, TIME YOU GO-TO-BED? What time do you go to bed during summer vacation? 5. SUPPOSE SICK, YOU THINK GOTO-BED HELP WILL? Do you think bed rest is helpful when a person is sick? 6. YOU USE DEODORANT-(mime rubbing deodorant under your arm) YOU? Do you use deodorant? 7. YOUR FAVORITE TIME YEAR WHAT? What is your favorite time of year? 8. FEEL SICK YOU? Do you feel sick? 9. YOUR REFRIGERATOR FULL? Is your refrigerator full? 10. COLD PIZZA, YOU LIKE ? Do you like cold pizza?

Story 14.b I LIKE HOT WEATHER. I DON'T-LIKE COLD. DON'T LIKE SNOW. RAIN FINE. MY FAVORITE TIME YEAR SUMMER. NIGHT MOON, I LIKE LOOK-AT-(for a long time). I ENJOY WALK WIND. SIT SUN WARM.

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Lesson 15
Discussion 15 Review and discuss: TALK-WITH [INTERVIEW] Classifier: 1 Name Signs “SELF”

Practice sheet 15.A 1. YOUR MAJOR WHAT? What are you majoring in? 2. YOUR TEACHER HAVE AIDE? Does you teacher have an aide? 3. YOU USE BABYSITTER? Do you use a babysitter? 4. YOUR BOSS NAME? What is your boss's name? 5. YOU LIKE COOK? Do you like to cook? 6. YOUR GRANDPA FARMER? Is your grandpa a farmer? (or) Was your grandpa a farmer? 7. PAST-(long-ago) YOURSELF LITTLE-GIRL/BOY WANT BECOME FIREMAN YOU? When you were a little girl/boy did you want to be a fireman? 8. SUPPOSE YOUR DAD DIVORCE, MARRY NEW WOMAN, SHE YOUR WHAT? If your dad were divorced and remarried, what relationship would the new wife be to you? 9. YOUR FAMILY ANY LIBRARY+AGENT? Is anyone in your family a librarian? 10. YOU KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR NAME? Do you know your neighbor's name?

Vocabulary 15 AIDE BABYSITTER BOSS COOK FARM FIREMAN-[firefighter] IN-LAW LIBRARY-[library+er] MAIN-[profession, major] NEIGHBOR-[NEXT-TO] PICTURE-[photographer] POLICE-[cop, sheriff, DETECTIVE] PRESIDENT-[superintendent] PRINTER-[newspaper, publish, news] PROGRAM SCIENTIST SECRETARY SELF-[think-self, myself, yourself, himself, themselves, who-is, his-own, your-own] STEPFATHER STEPMOTHER WAITER/WAITRESS-[serve, servant]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 15.B Story 15 [To be posted later—or write your own and submit it. 1. PICTURE YOUR FAMILY HAVE YOU? Do you have a picture of your family? 2. WHO PRESIDENT U-S? Who is president of the United States? 3. STEPFATHER, MEANING ? What is a "stepfather?" 4. HOW-MANY BROTHER-IN-LAW YOU HAVE? How-many brothers-in-law do you have? 5. WAITRESS, HOW-MUCH SHOULD T-I-P? How much should you tip a waitress? 6. NEWSPAPER, YOU LIKE READ? Do you like to read the newspaper? 7. WHICH COMPUTER PROGRAM YOU USE? Which computer program (or programs) do you use? 8. YOU WISH YOURSELF HAVE SECRETARY Do you wish you had your own secretary? 9. HOW SIGN S-C-I-E-N-T-I-S-T? What is the sign for "scientist?" 10. POLICE he/she-HELP-you BEFORE? Have you ever been helped by a police officer?

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Lesson 16
Discussion 16: Review: ALWAYS, PAST Temporal Adverbs Plurals-(general) Vocabulary 16 1/2-HOUR AFTER APPOINTMENT BEFORE BEST BETTER DO-["do-do"] END FEW-[several] FIRST LAST LATE-[not-yet, LATER] MIDDLE-[center] MIDNIGHT MOST NEXT-[after, before, from then on] NOT-YET-[late] OFTEN-[frequently] RECENT SEE-[look-at, watch, let's-see] SOON

Practice sheet 16.A 1. SUPPOSE TEACHER NOT COME, WAIT 1/2-HOUR WILL YOU? Would you wait a half-hour if the teacher doesn't come? 2. CLASS BEFORE WHERE YOU? Where were you before class? 3. YESTERDAY, SCHOOL FINISH AFTER-(FROM THEN ON) DO-DO YOU? What did you do after school yesterday? 4. DOCTOR APPOINTMENT, YOU HAVE? Do you have a doctor's appointment? 5. WHICH YOU LIKE BEST, SPRING, SUMMER, FALL? Which do you like best, spring, summer, or fall? 6. WHO YOU THINK BETTER TEACHER, WOMAN, (bodyshift-"or") MAN? Who do you think makes a better teacher, a woman or a man? 7. PAST WEEKEND DO-DO? What did you do last weekend? 8. SHOES, YOU HAVE SEVERAL? Do you have several pair of shoes? 9. CAR, YOUR FIRST, COLOR? What was the color of your first car? 10. WHO LAST CHILD YOUR FAMILY? Who was the last child in your family?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 16.B 1. TODAY, YOUR LAST CLASS WHAT? What is your last class today? 2. LATE CLASS ALWAYS YOU? Are you always late to class? 3. YOU KNOW WHERE DEAF CENTER? Do you know where the center for the deaf is? 4. PAST SATURDAY YOU GO-TOBED, MIDNIGHT BEFORE, AFTER, WHICH? Did you go to bed before or after midnight last Saturday? 5. WHO COOK MOST YOUR FAMILY? Who does most of the cooking in your family? 6. CLASS YOU NEXT? What class do you have next? 7. YOU NOT-YET CHANGE HEARING AID BATTERY YOU? Haven't you changed your hearing-aid battery yet? 8. LIBRARY, YOU GO OFTEN? Do you go to the library often? 9. YOU GRADUATE SOON YOU? Will you be graduating soon? 10. YOUR MOM RECENTLY HERE, YOU SEE-(her)? Your mom was just here, did you see her?

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Lesson 17
Discussion 17 : Mainstreaming

Practice Sheet 17.A 1. YOU LIKE BANANA? Do you like bananas? 2. WHICH WANT DRINK, WATER, MILK, POP, BEER? Which do you want to drink, water, milk, pop, or beer? 3. NOW-MORNING EAT WHAT? What did you have for breakfast? 4. EAT FINISH, CUP, DISH, PUT SINK YOU? When you are done eating, do you put your dishes in the sink? 5. YESTERDAY DINNER EAT WHAT? What did you have for dinner yesterday? 6. YOUR FRENCH-FRIES, YOU SALT A-LOT? Do you like a lot of salt on your french fries? 7. FRENCH-TOAST, HOW MAKE? How do you make french toast? 8. GRAPES, YOU EAT OFTEN? Do you often eat grapes? 9. YOUR EGG LIKE KETCHUP YOU? Do you like ketchup on your eggs? 10. YOUR HAMBURGER LIKE M-A-YO YOU? Do you like mayonnaise on your hamburger?

Vocabulary 17 A-LOT-[much] BANANA BEER BREAKFAST CUP DINNER DISH-[plate] FRENCH-FRIES FRENCH-TOAST GRAPES KETCHUP LUNCH MAYONNAISE MUSTARD PANCAKE PEPPER PICKLE POP-[soda] SALAD SALT SINK SOAP SOUP Story 17

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice Sheet 17.B 1. YOUR HOTDOG WANT MUSTARD YOU? Do you want mustard on your hotdog? 2. TOMORROW BREAKFAST YOU WANT PANCAKE AND HOTDOG(sausage)? Would you like pancakes and sausage for breakfast tomorrow? 3. YOU LIKE PEPPER YOUR SOUP? Do you like pepper in your soup? 4. YOU BEFORE MOVIE EAT PICKLE? Have you ever eaten a pickle at the movies? 5. TOMORROW LUNCH YOU WANT SOUP AND SALAD? Would you like soup and salad for lunch tomorrow? 6. YOU THINK SALT BAD FOR YOU? Do you think salt is bad for you? 7. YOUR S-I-N-K HUH COLOR? What color is your sink? 8. SOAP YOU USE, NAME? What brand of soap do you use? 9. WHAT-KIND SOUP YOU LIKE? What kind of soup do you like? 10. YOU LIKE BANANA YOUR CEREAL? Do you like bananas in your cereal?

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Lesson 18
Discussion 18 Manually Coded English Classifier: A Classifier: 3 Vocabulary 18 BICYCLE-[bike, ride-bike] BOAT BUILD-[building, construction] CL:3-[park-car, row of cars, accident, garage] ENJOY-[appreciate] FIND-[discover, pick-up] FLY/AIRPLANE GET-ON/IN HELICOPTER LEAVE-[depart] LEAVE-[leave-behind, abandon] LOST-[lose] MOTORCYCLE PRACTICE-[training] RIDE-ON/IN ROCKET SEARCH-[look for, examine] SUBWAY TICKET-[give-ticket] TRAIN TRAVEL-[trip] TRUCK Story 18

Practice sheet 18.A 1. YOU HAVE BICYCLE? Do you have a bike? 2. YOU BOAT BEFORE? Have you been on a boat before? 3. YOU WANT BUILD (your)-SELF HOUSE? Do you want to build your own house? 4. CAR CL:3/CL:3-("crash") HOWMANY TIME YOU? How many times have you been in a car wreck? 5. TONIGHT GO-TO PARTY, TIME YOU LEAVE? What time are you leaving to go to the party tonight? 6. YOU THINK FIND NEW ADDRESS EASY? Do you think finding new addresses is easy? 7. YOU AIRPLANE BEFORE? Have you ever been on an airplane before? 8. YOU ENJOY THIS CLASS? Do you enjoy this class? 9. HORSE, YOU RIDE-ON BEFORE? Have you ever ridden a horse before? 10. WISH HAVE (your)-SELF HELICOPTER? Do you wish you had your helicopter?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 18.B 1. YOU HAVE MOTORCYCLE? Do you have a motorcycle? 2. WHY YOU PRACTICE SIGN? Why do you practice signing? 3. TIME YOU LEAVE THIS CLASS? What time will you leave this class? 4. HOW YOU SIGN "R-O-C-K-E-T"? How do you sign "rocket?" 5. YOU SEARCH-FOR WORK? Are you looking for work? 6. YOUR CITY HAVE SUBWAY? Is there a subway in your city? 7. last-YEAR HOW-MANY TICKET YOU? How many tickets did you get last year? 8. TRAVEL-(around) TRAIN, YOU LIKE? Do you like to travel by train? 9. YOU BEFORE LOSE YOUR ASL BOOK? Have you ever lost your ASL book? 10. YOU PREFER CAR (bodyshift-"or") TRUCK. Do you prefer cars or trucks?

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Lesson 19
Discussion 19: Pidgin Signed English? (Contact Signing)

Practice sheet 19.A 1. WHAT AFRAID YOU? What scares you? 2. YOU THINK SCHOOL BORING? Do you think school is boring? 3. YOU THINK FIREMEN BRAVE? Do you think firemen are brave? 4. YOU LIKE CHAT PHONE? Do you like to chat on the phone? 5. EMBARRASS EASY YOU? Do you embarrass easily? 6. YOU ENJOY DO-DO WHAT-(huh) ? What do you enjoy doing? 7. YOU THINK MOST DOG FRIENDLY, MEAN, WHICH? Do you think most dogs are friendly or are they mean? 8. WHEN YOU FEEL FRUSTRATED? When do you feel frustrated? 9. WHEN YOU FEEL HAPPY? When do you feel happy? 10. RECENT YOU INSULT ANY-ONE? Have you recently insulted anyone? Note: Suppose your partner asks you, "FOR-FOR YOU MAD?" and you are not mad? I recommend that you respond, "NOT MAD ME (while shaking the head negatively). Or suppose you don't have a boyfriend, (or girlfriend) and your signing partner asks you if your boyfriend (or girlfriend) gets jealous easy. You might reply, "(not)-HAVE BOY-FRIEND."

Vocabulary 19 AFRAID-[scared] BORED BRAVE CHAT EMBARRASSED FRIENDLY-[pleasant, cheerful] FRUSTRATED HAPPY INSULT INTERESTING JEALOUS LONELY MAD-[angry] MEAN-[cruel, PURPOSE] NERVOUS PROUD SILLY STUCK-UP SURPRISE-[WAKE-UP, amazed] TIRED-[exhausted]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 19.B 1. YOU SOMETIMES FEEL LONELY? Do you sometimes feel lonely? 2. FOR-FOR-(why) YOU MAD? Why are you mad? 3. YOUR BOY/GIRLFRIEND HE/SHE(rt) JEALOUS EASY? Is your boyfriend (or girlfriend) the jealous type? 4. BEFORE TEST YOU FEEL NERVOUS YOU? Do you get nervous before a test? 5. PEOPLE DEAF CITY-(community) PROUD THEMSELVES DEAF-("cheek puffed out")? Are members of the Deaf community proud to be Deaf? 6. YOU THINK HE/SHE TEACHER SILLY? Do you think the teacher is silly? 7. YOU THINK CAT STUCK-UP? Do you think cats are stuck up? 8. YOU LIKE SURPRISE TEST? Do you like surprise tests? 9. SUPPOSE WALK 4-HOUR, FUTURE-(will) TIRED YOU? Suppose you walk for four hours, would you be tired? 10. NAME BOOK YOU THINK INTERESTING. Name a book that you think is interesting.

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Lesson 20
Discussion 20: Incorporation of Size and Shape (also see discussion 43) Classifier: C Classifier: G Classifier: R Vocabulary 20: BUZZ-CUT CL:C-[thick] CURLEY-HAIR CUTE-[sugar] EYES FACE-[LOOK-LIKE, appearance, looks] FAT-[obese] FOOL HAIR-[types] LONG-HAIR NORMAL-[of-course, natural, ordinary] PRETTY-[beautiful, handsome, good looking] REGULAR-[ordinary, righteous] SHORT-[short-stature, short-duration, short-sleeve] SHORT-HAIR SKINNY STRAIGHT-HAIR STRONG-[WELL, brave, courageous, recover] TALL THICK-[CL:C] THIN-[CL:G] UGLY WEAK-[vulnerable]

Practice sheet 20.A 1. YOU BEFORE BUZZ-CUT? Have you ever had a buzz-cut hairstyle? 2. YOUR ASL BOOK CL:C-[thick]? Is your ASL book thick? 3. NAME SOMEONE CURLY-HAIR Name someone who has curly hair. 4. WHO YOU THINK CUTE? Who do you think is cute? 5. YOUR MOM HAVE BLUE EYES? Does your mom have blue eyes? 6. YOU LOOK-LIKE YOUR DAD? Do you look like your dad? 7. YOUR SISTER FAT? Is your sister fat? 8. YOU LIKE FOOL PEOPLE? Do you like to fool people? 9. YOUR BROTHER HAIR, COLOR? What color is your brother's hair? 10. HAIR, LONG-HAIR, SHORT-HAIR, WHICH YOU THINK PRETTIER? Which do you think is prettier, long hair or short hair?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 20.B 1. YOU EAT A-LOT, REGULAR, WHICH? Do you eat a lot, or do you eat a normal amount? 2. YOUR DAD SHORT? Is your dad short? 3. YOUR GRANDPA SKINNY? Is your grandpa skinny? 4. OLD PEOPLE WEAK? Are old people weak? 5. HOW MANY GIRL THIS CLASS STRAIGHT-HAIR? How many girls in this class have straight hair? 6. MOST FARMER STRONG? Are most farmers strong? 7. HOW TALL YOU? How tall are you? 8. YOUR DAD EYES BLUE? Does your dad have blue eyes? 9. YOU FAVORITE-(prefer) PIZZA THIN-(crust), THICK-(crust), WHICH? Which do you prefer, thick or think crust pizza? 10. YOU THINK MY SHOES UGLY? Do you think my shoes are ugly?

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Lesson 21
Vocabulary ADULT APPLY ARMY BARBER BUS-DRIVER-[#BUS] CARPENTER-[do woodwork] DANCER-[dance] DENTIST FIRE FISHERMAN HIRE-[invite, introduce, welcome] KEEP-[TAKE-CARE-OF, LEND, borrow, type] LAWYER-[law, legal, rule] MANAGER-[administration, rule-over, reign] MECHANIC-[wrench] MISSIONARY-[preacher, pastor] PAINTER-[paint] PILOT POSTAL-WORKER-[letter +man, mail+carry+er] RESUME SUPERVISOR 1. YOUR BROTHER, SISTER #ALL ADULT-(rt) ADULT-(rt)? Are your brothers and sisters all adults now? 2. HOW MANY JOB YOU APPLY BEFORE? How many jobs have you applied for previously? 3. YOUR DAD ARMY BEFORE? Was your dad in the Army? 4. HOW OFTEN HAIRCUT YOU? How often do you get your haircut? 5. #BUS YOU RIDE-ON SCHOOL? Do you ride the bus to school? 6. YOU ENJOY CARPENTRY? Do you enjoy woodworking? 7. YOU LIKE DANCE Do you like to dance? 8. DENTIST, HOW OFTEN YOU GO? How often do you go to the dentist? 9. WHY BOSS FIRE WORKER? Why do bosses fire employees? 10. YOU LIKE FISHING? Do you like to fish?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 21.B 1. YOU WISH (your)-SELF LAWYER? Do you wish you were an attorney? 2. WHO MANAGE YOUR HOUSE? Who runs your house? 3. SOMETHING BROKE, YOU PREFER HIRE MECHANIC, (bodyshift), F-I-X (your)-SELF, WHICH? If something is broke, do you prefer to hire a mechanic or do you prefer to fix it yourself? 4. YOUR CHURCH SEND MISSIONARY, GO (shift), GO, (shift), GO? Does your church send out missionaries? 5. YOUR HOUSE NEED PAINT Does your house need painting? 6. WHY PILOT USE S-U-N GLASSES? Why do pilots use sunglasses? 7. WHY MOST POSTAL-CARRIER THIN? Why are most postal workers thin? 8. YOUR RESUME HOW -MANY PAPER? How many pages is your resume? 9. WHO YOUR SUPERVISOR? Who is your supervisor? 10. OLD BOY-FRIEND, (or girlfriend), YOU KEEP PICTURE? Do you keep pictures of your old boyfriends? (or girlfriends)

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Lesson 22
Vocabulary #BANK BROKE-(financially) BUSINESS-[busy] CENTS COST COUNT-[accountant] DOLLAR EARLY EARN FREE-[independent, liberated, safe] GOLD/SILVER GOVERNMENT LETTER-[mail, ALPHABET-LETTER] MONEY-[BUY, purchase, shopping] OFFICE PAY REGISTER RETIRE SEND-[mail] SHOW-[example, demonstrate] SUBSCRIBE-[get-regularly, SSI, welfare] TELLER-fs

Practice sheet 22.A 1. YOUR MONEY, YOU KEEP BANK? 2. WHY COLLEGE STUDENT ALWAYS BROKE-(fianancially)? 3. BUSINESS, CAN YOU MANAGE? 4. TOMORROW, YOU #BUSY? 5. WHAT COST CENT-25? 6. YOU EARN MORE THAN 10 DOLLAR HOUR? 7. YOU LIKE GO CLASS EARLY? 8. YOU THINK GOVERNMENT PAY GOOD? 9. CAN DEAF GO COLLEGE FREE? 10. KNOW+ SILVER DOLLAR CL:C(index and thumb) YOU HAVE?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 22.B 1. EVERYDAY YOU BUY POP? 2. YOU HAVE your-SELF OFFICE? 3. YOU THINK PARENT SHOULD PAY CHILDREN FOR CLEAN+ BEDROOM? 4. YOU FINISH REGISTER SCHOOL NEXT YEAR? 5. HOW-MANY OLD YOU WANT RETIRE? 6. YOUR GRANDMA SEND MONEY? 7. SHOW-me YOUR FAVORITE SIGN. 8. WHY MANY DEAF SUBSCRIBE(SSI)? 9. YOU GO BANK, YOU PREFER COMPUTER O-R TRUE PERSON TELLER-fs 10. A-B-C-FINGERSPELL, HOW-MANY LETTER HAVE?

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Lesson 23
Vocabulary ALL-TOGETHER-[total, sum] APARTMENT BOOKSTORE CAFETERIA-[restaurant, bachelor] DIVIDE DORM ENGLISH EXPLAIN-[describe, directions] FAIL FLUNK FRESHMAN JUNIOR MATH-[algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geometry] PASS PLUS-[positive] POST-[put up a poster, bulletin+board] SENIOR SOPHOMORE STUDY TAKE-AWAY WORSE-[figure, times] 1. ALL-TOGETHER HOW-MANY SIGN YOU KNOW? 2. YOU LIVE A-P-T? 3. THIS CITY, HOW-MANY BOOKSTORE? 4. WHERE CAFETERIA 5. 12 DIVIDE 6 EQUAL WHAT-(huh)? 6. YOU LIVE DORM? 7. ENGLISH, YOU LIKE STUDY? 8. ALGEBRA, CAN YOU EXPLAIN ME? 9. STUDENT FAIL CLASS, WHY? 10. YOU BEFORE FLUNK CLASS? Note: Suppose someone asks you if you live in an apartment and you don’t, you could tell him you live in a house instead of just saying no. If he asks you if you live in a dorm, (if you don’t), instead of answering "no" you could say, "not yet" or "before" or "I want" or “never” or some other information filled answer.

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 23.B 1. YOU LIKE MATH? 2. TRIGONOMETRY, YOU FINISH PASS? 3. 12 PLUS 14 EQUAL WHAT? 4. YOUR PHONE NUMBER YOU POST BATHROOM? 5. WHY SENIOR GIRL+ STUCK-UP? 6. YOU JUNIOR? 7. BEFORE TEST, YOU STUDY ALLNIGHT? 8. 18 TAKE-AWAY 9 EQUAL? 9. YOUR WORSE CLASS WHAT-(huh) 10. YOU FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE?

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Lesson 24
Vocabulary ACCEPT DECLINE DECREASE DON'T-MIND DURING-[while] ENOUGH-[good-enough, PLENTY] HOW-MUCH-[cost] HOW-MUCH-[volume] IMPROVE INCREASE MISCHIEVOUS-[devil] OTHER SHUT-DOWN-[power-outage, power-off, turn-off, blow-out] STRANGE SUCCEED-[finally, success, FAMOUS, Pah!] THAN-[less, less-than, more-than, limit, equal, maximum, minimum, too-much] WORRY

Practice sheet 24.A 1. WHY SOME BOSS ACCEPT BAD WORK? 2. IF NOT GO SIGN CLASS, NOT CHAT DEAF, YOUR SIGN DECLINE? 3. TOMORROW you-HELP-me DON'TMIND? 4. YOU STUDY DURING SUMMER VACATION? 5. FOOD ENOUGH YOU? 6. YOUR ASL BOOK, HOW -MUCH[cost]? 7. IT CAR, GAS, HOW-MUCH-[volume] LEAVE-(remaining). 8. HOW IMPROVE THIS CLASS? 9. FOOD, STRANGE, NEW, YOU LIKE EAT? 10. YOU MISCHIEVOUS SOMETIMES?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 24.B 1. COUSIN HIMSELF STRANGE YOU HAVE? 2. ROCKET ALL SUCCEED? 3. WHY MAN EARN MORE THAN WOMEN? 4. BEFORE TEST YOU WORRY? 5. YOUR FAMILY, WHO OTHER SIGN 6. YOUR COMPUTER, SHUT-DOWN every-NIGHT YOU? 7. YOU INCREASE RECENTLY? 8. BEFORE MEET NEW PERSON YOU LIKE BRUSH-TEETH? 9. IT REFRIGERATOR, ORANGE-"J", HOW-MUCH-[volume] LEAVE(remaining). 10. YOU THINK ASL TEACHER EARN TOO-MUCH? NOTE: The phrase, "YOU INCREASE RECENTLY?" could be interpreted a number of ways. Suppose you were talking about money and jobs and someone signed, "YOU INCREASE RECENTLY?" it would be interpreted as "Did you recently get a raise?" If you were talking about health, it would be "Have you recently gained weight?" If we were talking about stocks it would mean, "Have you recently added to your portfolio?"

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Lesson 25
Vocabulary BRING-[carry] COME-ON EAST EXACT-[perfect] FAR-(A hand, Index finger)-[distant] FAST-[quick, speed, immediately] FIELD-[all-over, -dom, -HOOD, land, area, ground] FRONT HURRY-[rush] LEFT-[right] MOVE NEAR-[close] NORTH PARKING-LOT PLAY RIGHT-[left] SOUTH WEST WOW

Practice sheet 25.A 1. FOR-ME BOX BRING CAR DON'TMIND ? 2. COME-ON MOVIE? 3. YOUR MOM ADDRESS 73 EAST 400 NORTH? 4. YOUR EXACT ADDRESS WHAT? 5. YOUR HOUSE FAR? 6. YOU WANT ME SIGN FAST? 7. CHILDREN LIKE GO PLAY-FIELD? 8. YOUR HOUSE, DOOR, FRONT, WHAT-(huh) COLOR? 9. Every-MORNING, YOU HURRY[rush] SHOWER, CLOTHES, EAT, GO(take-off) SCHOOL YOU? 10. HOW YOU SIGN L-E-F-T?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 25.B 1. 5-DOLLAR, DON'T-MIND LEND ME? 2. PARKING-LOT SUPERVISOR EARN A-LOT? 3. C-H-E-S-S, YOU LIKE PLAY? 4. HOW YOU SIGN R-I-G-H-T? 5. YOU PREFER LIVE NORTH (bodyshift "or") SOUTH WHICH? 6. KROGER FOOD STORE, YOU LIVE WEST THEREABOUTS? 7. YOUR HAIR, WOW, DO-DO ? 8. YOU LIVE NEAR SCHOOL? 9. HOW-MANY TIME YOUR LIVE "MOVE, MOVE MOVE"-(alternating position)? 10. YOUR LAST NAME, HOW SPELL?

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Practice sheet 26.A

Lesson 26
1. YOU LIKE CLOTHES BRIGHT, DARK, WHICH? Vocabulary BRIGHT DARK DIG DON'T-CARE FLOWER FORGET FUN GRASS-[hay, mow] HEAVY HIGH LAUGH LIGHT-WEIGHT LOW MOUNTAIN OUTSIDE PLANT REMEMBER SINCE TREE-[park, forest] UP-TO-NOW 2. FOR YOU SLEEP MUST DARK FULL! (qm-w)? 3. WHY DOG DIG FLOWER GROW (shift) GROW? 4. YOU DON'T-CARE PEOPLE LOOK? 5. WHAT-KIND FLOWER YOU LIKE? 6. FORGET NAME EASY YOU? 7. YOU THINK THIS CLASS FUN? 8. Every-SATURDAY GRASS MOW YOU? 9. YOUR BACKPACK HEAVY? 10. YOU AFRAID HIGH

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Discussion 26: Review and/or Clarify: [JUMP, DIVE, HIKE, WALK-TO] Regional Dialects Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins Practice sheet 26.B 1. YOUR HOUSE PAY LOW? 2. YOU LIKE MOUNTAIN HIKE-(CL:V"hiking up") 3. YOU LIKE STUDY OUTSIDE? Note: "qm-w" stands for question mark wiggle. That is the process of holding an "x" hand up at the end of a sentence and wiggling the index finger (flexing it a few times.). When a sign gloss has an "!" exclamation point after it that means you should emphasize the sign. Sign it a bit faster and/or a bit more exaggerated than normal. Note: "GROW (shift) GROW" means to sign "GROW" then move the sign a bit to the side and sign it again. This is a way of saying "garden." Some people sign "GROW" with a "G" handshape and call it an "initialized" form of the sign for garden, (I'd put that in the category of signed English rather than ASL). Note: When done with two hands and a slight arc, the sign LOW can also mean "demote." 4. PLANT, YOU LIKE TAKE-CARE-OF? 5. YOUR FIRST TEACHER, YOU REMEMBER HIS/HER NAME ? 6. UP-TO-NOW, HOW YOU? 7. YOUR HOUSE, FRONT FIELD-(yard) TREE HAVE? 8. UP-TO-NOW HOW-MANY ASL CLASS YOU TAKE-UP? 9. HOW OFTEN YOU LAUGH? 10. YOUR BACKPACK LIGHTWEIGHT?

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Lesson 27
Vocabulary BREAD BUTTER CABINET-[cupboard] CAKE COFFEE DELICIOUS DOZEN FEED-[nourish, SPEND] MEAT-[steak, beef, context] OUNCE PIE POUND-[lb, weight, weigh] SMELL TABLESPOON TASTE-[prefer, favorite, lucky] TEA TEASPOON VEGETABLES WASH-DISHES WINE-[beer] Practice sheet 27.A 1. YOU LIKE BREAD WITH BUTTER? 2. YOU KNOW HOW MAKE BUTTER COOKIES? 3. CABINET-[cupboard] 4. WHAT-KIND CAKE YOU LIKE? 5. YOU LIKE SUGAR YOUR COFFEE? 6. WHAT-KIND PIE YOU THINK DELICIOUS? 7. 3 DOZEN EQUAL HOW -MANY? 8. YOUR DOG, YOU FEED EVERYDAY? 9. YOU LIKE MEAT? 10. FOOD FAVORITE WHAT?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 27.B 1. BREAD, NEW YOU LIKE SMELL? 2. MAKE CAKE, HOW-MANY TEASPOON SALT? 3. YOU THINK COFFEE TASTE GOOD? 4. YOUR TEA HOW-MANY SUGAR YOU WANT? 5. HOW-MANY TABLESPOON BUTTER FOR COOK EGG? 6. YOUR FAVORITE VEGETABLE WHAT? 7. YOUR FAMILY, WHO WASHDISHES? 8. HOW OLD MUST FOR BUY WINE? 9. HOW-MANY O-Z EQUAL 1 LB? 10. YOU LIKE BANANA PIE?

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Lesson 28
Vocabulary BLANKET BUTTON COPY DIAPER DOTS HAIR-DRYER HAT MATCH-[roommate, combine] NECKLACE PLAID SCARF SEW SHAVE SKIRT STRIPES TIE TOUCH-[dwell on] TOWEL WET-WIPES 1. YOU SLEEP HOW-MANY BLANKET? 2. BUTTON+ YOU KNOW HOW SEW? 3. DRESS YOU LIKE USE? (Do you like to wear dresses?) 4. DURING TEST YOU COPY FRIEND PAPER? 5. DIAPER, YOU CHANGE BEFORE? 6. SHIRT DOTS YOU HAVE? 7. HAIR-DRYER YOU USE? 8. WHAT-KIND HAT YOU HAVE? 9. YOU PREFER LIVE SINGLE-(alone) (bodyshift "or") MATCH-(roommate) which? 10. NECKLACE, GOLD, YOU HAVE?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 28.B 1. SEW, YOU KNOW HOW? 2. YOUR DAD SHAVE EVERYDAY? 3. YOUR MOM SOMETIMES SKIRTSHORT? 4. STRIPES-(vertical), YOU FACE(look) GOOD? 5. TIE YOU HAVE? (if so) HOW MANY? 6. YOUR FAVORITE TOWEL, WHAT COLOR? 7. WET-WIPES YOU KEEP CAR? 8. PLAID-(Scotland), YOU FINISH TOUCH? 9. YOU HAVE SCARF? 10. SHIRT, YOU HAVE FAVORITE?

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Lesson 29
Vocabulary BALD BEARD CAN-(possible, able) COUSIN HAPPEN-[when] HIDE IMPOSSIBLE MAGICIAN MUSTACHE PLAN PLAY-CARDS-[Also see: CARD, check] SECRET SEEM-[Mirror, appears. Also see: COMPARE] SHOW-UP-[appear. Also see: DISAPPEAR, vanish] SHY SINGER SMART STUPID-[Also see: DUMB] WHITE-FACED-[pale, Caucasian] Note: The concept of "WORSE" can be used to mean "multiply." If you use a double motion it can mean "to figure."

Practice sheet 29.A 1. YOUR GRANDPA BALD? 2. YOUR DAD BEARD HAVE? 3. HOW-MANY COUSIN YOU? 4. HIDE AND SEEK YOU LIKE PLAY? 5. YOU THINK PERSON FLY WITHOUT AIRPLANE IMPOSSIBLE? 6. MAGICIAN, YOU LIKE WATCH? 7. MOST MAGICIAN, MUSTACHE HAVE? 8. SATURDAY NIGHT, YOU HAVE PLAN? 9. YOU LIKE PLAY-CARDS? 10. FIVE TIMES-(worse) SIX EQUAL WHAT?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 29.B 1. YOUR SISTER SHY? 2. YOU LIKE SIGN SONGS? 3. MOST SCIENTIST SMART? 4. YOU FEEL STUPID SOMETIMES ? 5. MAGICIAN MAKE WOMAN DISAPPEAR, HOW ? 6. TODAY, TIME TEACHER SHOW UP? 7. YOU LIKE LOOK-(at) YOURSELF MIRROR-(seem, appears) 8. HAPPEN YOU AFRAID, YOU WHITE-(throw in face-"pale"? 9. CAN KEEP SECRET YOU? 10. 1,000 DIVIDE 10 EQUAL WHAT?

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Lesson 30
Practice sheet 30.A Vocabulary DRAWER-[open drawer, close drawer] ELEVATOR FLOOR FURNITURE GIVE-UP-[sacrifice] JANITOR MACHINE-[factory] MEASURE-[engineer] MEETING PREFER RESPONSIBLE-[fault] RESTAURANT SALESPERSON START-[begin, initiate] VET WALL WATCH-[wristwatch, bracelet] WAY-[hall, street, road, avenue] 1. DRAWER-[open drawer, close drawer, dresser] 2. THIS BUILDING HAVE ELEVATOR? 3. THIS BUILDING, HOW -MANY FLOOR? 4. YOUR HOUSE, FURNITURE, COLOR? 5. TV YOU GIVE-UP FROM-NOW-ON FOR $25,000? 6. JANITOR THIS BUILDING, YOU KNOW HIS/HER NAME? 7. CAR MACHINE-[engine], YOU KNOW HOW F-I-X? 8. SHOE MEASURE-(size) YOU? Note: Suppose your partner asks you how much your watch costs and you don't know because it was a gift, you might answer, "DON'T KNOW, DAD heGIVE-me." NOTE: The sign MEASURE-(size) starts separated by about an inch then moves together so that the thumbs touch. The sign MEASURE+AGENT-(engineer) starts with the thumbs touching and twists (pivoting at the thumb) so that the pinkies move up and down in an alternating fashion. 9. WEEK WEEK ("weekly") MEETING HOW-MANY YOU? 10. YOU PREFER HAIR-YELLOW(blonde)?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 30.B 1. YOU THINK MOST SALESPERSON FRIENDLY? 2. WHEN YOU START LEARN+ SIGN? 3. SUPPOSE YOUR DOG SICK, YOU CARRY VET? 4. IT WALL, COLOR? 5. YOUR WATCH, HOW-MUCH COST? 6. YOUR HOUSE, NAME WAY-(street)? 7. YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANT WHAT? 8. SUPPOSE THIS CLASS YOU FAIL, WHO RESPONSIBLE? 9. TOMORROW AFTERNOON, DO-DO YOU? 10. YOUR FAMILY ANY MEASURE+AGENT-(engineer)?

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Lesson 31
Vocabulary DIFFERENT ALRIGHT ANSWER-[order, report, respond] ENTHUSIASTIC EXCITED GONE-[absent, DEPLETE, run-out-of] Lesson-[course, list, make-list] LOUSY NONE NOTHING NOTHING-TO-IT OKAY OWE-[bill, due, debt] PENCIL-[pen, write] STINK STUCK TEST 1. RESTAURANT, YOU LIKE EAT DIFFERENT++(sweep) 2. YOU ALRIGHT? 3. SUPPOSE YOU RESTAURANT, YOU ORDER BIRD, MEAT, FISH, WHICH? 4. WHAT YOU ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT? 5. YOU EXCITED EASY? 6. CLASS TODAY, WHO GONE? 7. THIS CLASS, HOW-MANY LESSON? 8. WHAT MOVIE YOU THINK LOUSY? 9. NEXT-WEEK PLAN YOU (point to ear "hear")-NONE? 10. TEST THINK NOTHING-TO-IT?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 31.B 1. OWE YOUR DAD MONEY YOU? 2. PENCIL DON'T-MIND you-LENDme? 3. DOG, WATER "hose down" YOU THINK IT STINK? 4. SOMETIME DURING TEST YOU STUCK? 5. YESTERDAY MAIL NOTHING? 6. YESTERDAY SNOW? 7. CHILDREN DRINK COFFEE, YOU THINK OKAY? 8. RAIN COAT HAVE YOU? 9. YOUR MOM HELP-(you) LEARN READ? 10. YEAR-AGO YOUR FAMILY MEETING-(single movement "reunion")?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 32.A 1. WHAT YOU DREAM ABOUT? 2. WHAT TOPIC YOU INTERESTED? 3. YOU FALL-IN-LOVE EASY? 4. YOU GO DENTIST “PULL-TOOTH” BEFORE? 5. DURING YOU STUDY, WHO INTERRUPT YOU MOST?

Lesson 32
Vocabulary DREAM FALL FALL-IN-LOVE INTEREST INTERRUPT-[bother] PULL PUSH REASON-[realize] SHUT-UP SLEEP-[sleepy, over-sleep, sunrise] THROW-[throw-away] TRADE-[replace, exchange] TURN-[turn-on, turn-of, knob/switch] UPSET WON'T-[refuse] CHECK-(CL:L>G2h-"rectangle") DATE WAVE-NO

Practice sheet 32.B 6. HOW-MANY EMAILS YOU SEND(electronic) WEEKLY? 7. CAR YOU PUSH BEFORE? 8. WHAT-(huh) REASON YOU TAKEUP ASL CLASS? 9. WHY ASL TEACHER TELL STUDENT SHUT-UP? 10. BEFORE NIGHT (LAST NIGHT) YOU SLEEP HOUR HOW -MANY YOU?

Notes: Review and or clarify: GO-WITH SELF-[think-self, myself, yourself, himself, themselves]

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 32.C 11. COMPUTER, WANT SHUT-OFF? 12. YOU UPSET EASY? 13. what-KIND MOVIE YOU WON'T WATCH? 14. OLD BOY-FRIEND (or girlfriend), PICTURE, YOU THROW -(away)? 15. FUNNY-(comic) BOOK, YOU LIKE TRADE? Practice sheet 32.D 16. YOU THINK TEACHER EAT TOOMUCH? 17. EAT FINISH, YOU LIKE SHORT(duration) SLEEP? 18. NAME RESTAURANT YOU THINK SERVICE LOUSY? 19. FOR DATE, YOU LIKE “WHAT DO?” 20. WHO WON’T EAT MEAT?

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Lesson 33
Vocabulary BIRTHDAY-[born] BOWL CHIPS-fs COKE COLLECT FRUIT ICE-CREAM KNIFE PARTY PEACH PEAR PEPSI POTATO POUR PUNCH SANDWICH STOVE SWEET-[sweet-natured, candy] THIRSTY-[crave] WATER-FOUNTAIN

Practice sheet 33.A 1. CHECK-(CL:L>G2h-"rectangle") YOU FINISH REGISTER-(signature)? (Did you sign the check?) 2. WHEN YOUR BIRTHDAY? 3. POPCORN, WANT BOWL? 4. POTATO CHIPS-fs WHAT-KIND YOU LIKE? 5. YOU LIKE COKE? 6. ICE-CREAM, WHAT KIND YOU LIKE? 7. KNIFE, YOU COLLECT? 8. YOU LIKE BIRTHDAY PARTY? 9. YOU LIKE PEACH PIE? 10. YOU-MIND POUR++(sweep-arc)

Note: The sign "HOTDOG" can be interpreted as bologna, sausage, salami, or "hotdogs" depending on the rest of the sentence.

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 33.B 1. YOU LIKE POTATO SOUP? 2. HOTDOG-(bologna) SANDWICH YOU LIKE? 3. STOVE HOT, YOU BEFORE TOUCH? 4. YOUR MOM SWEET? 5. YOU THIRSTY? 6. WHERE WATER-FOUNTAIN? 7. WHICH YOU PREFER, PEPSI (bodyshift "or") COKE? 8. YOU LIKE PEAR? 9. YOU LIKE FRUIT PUNCH? 10. WHAT-KIND FRUIT YOU LIKE?

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Lesson 34
Vocabulary CHARACTER ESTABLISH-[set-up] GOAL LOCATIONS-[top, bottom, side, beneath] MUSIC-[song, sing, singer, POETRY] OCEAN/sea PAY-ATTENTION-[focus, concentrate] RACE-[compete] RIVER ROCK SKATING-[ice-skating, roller-blading] SKI SKILL-[good-at, talent, EXPERT] THEATER-[act, actor, drama, play, show] VOLLEYBALL TEMPERATURE 1. FUNNY BOOK CHARACTER, WHO YOUR FAVORITE? 2. HOW SIGN B-O-T-T-O-M-(fs)? (or substitute TOP, or SIDE) 3. POETRY YOU WRITE? 4. OCEAN, YOU LIKE SWIM 5. WHY YOU NEED PAY-ATTENTION ASL TEACHER? 6. CAR RACE YOU LIKE WATCH? 7. NAME RIVER YOU FINISH TOUCH. 8. YOU LIKE ROCK COLLECT? 9. YOU SKATE?-[Also: ice-skating, roller-blading] 10. SNOW SKI YOU?

Note: "FS" When writing about ASL the letters "fs" are often used as a shorthand way to indicate the concept of "fingerspelling."

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 34.B 1. YOU LIKE VOLLEYBALL 2. YOU SKILL WHAT? 3. THEATER-[act, actor, drama, play, show] 4. YOU SWIM SAME FISH? 5. CARPENTRY SKILL YOU? 6. GOAL+ SET YOU? 7. SUPPOSE GONE THIS CLASS, EXCUSE WRITTEN MUST BRING-tohere? [If you are absent from class do you have to bring an excuse?] 8. TEST CAN TALK DURING? 9. GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY, WHEN ESTABLISH? 10. YOUR NEPHEW HAVE SIGN BOOK?

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Lesson 35
Vocabulary BALL BASEBALL BASKETBALL BOWLING CHASE CLIMB DOLL FOOTBALL GAME-[challenge] HOCKEY KITE ROLLER-BLADE-[ice-skate, rollerskate] RUN-[...] SCOOTER SNOW-BOARD SOCCER SOFTBALL SWIM SWING VIDEO

Practice sheet 35.A 1. BALL, THROW, HOW FAR CAN YOU ? 2. BASEBALL, YOU LIKE WATCH? 3. BASKETBALL YOU LIKE PLAY? 4. BOWLING, YOU SKILL? 5. WHY DOG CHASE CAT? 6. WALL, YOU LIKE CLIMB? 7. YOU HAVE DOLL, HAIR BROWN? 8. FOOTBALL, YOUR FAVORITE TEAM? 9. WHAT GAME YOU LIKE PLAY? 10. CAN WOMAN PLAY HOCKEY?

NOTE: The sign "TEAM" is the same as "CLASS" except it uses a "T" handshape instead of a "C" handshape.

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 35.B 1. YOU LIKE RUN? 2. SCOOTER, YOU HAVE ? 3. YOU SNOW-BOARD BEFORE YOU? 4. SOCCER TEAM, HOW-MANY PLAYER? 5. YOU LIKE PLAY SOFTBALL? 6. CHILD, MUST OLD-OLD FOR SWING? [How old should a child be to swing?] 7. WHAT VIDEO (movie, DVD) YOU RECENTLY WATCH? 8. KITE, WHICH MONTH BEST? 9. YOU LIKE ROLLER-BLADE? 10. HEARING-AID, YOU SOMETIMES WISH your-SELF HAVE?

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Lesson 36
Practice sheet 36.A Vocabulary AWFUL-[terrible] CANCEL CHEAP COST-[tax, fine, fee] CRAZY-[nuts, crazy-about] EXPENSIVE IMPORTANT-[value, cost, worth] OPPOSITE-[across from, allergic, agree, disagree, STRUGGLE] RELIEVED RUDE SATISFIED STILL STRUGGLE TYPE-[keyboard, typewriter] WITHOUT 1. WHAT FOOD YOU THINK TASTE AWFUL? 2. DATE CHEAP, YOU LIKE? 3. Every-YEAR FEDERAL COST HOW MANY-(1 hand) YOU PAY? 4. SOMETIMES YOU DO-(act) CRAZY? 5. THING YOU HAVE, MOST EXPENSIVE, WHAT? 6. YOU THINK COLLEGE IMPORTANT? 7. WHAT OPPOSITE UP? 8. SUPPOSE TEST CANCEL, YOU RELIEVED? 9. SOMETIMES YOU RUDE? (if so,) WHEN? 10. ONE SANDWICH, YOU SATISFIED?

NOTE: The sign "FEDERAL is the same as the sign government, except you use an "F" handshape. NOTE: The sign for "CLOSE" is the same as the sign for "CLOSE-DOOR" except that both hands do a shutting motion. NOTE: For the sign "ALLERGIC," touch the tip of your nose with your index finger prior to signing OPPOSITE.

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 36.B 1. TYPE CAN YOU? 2. POPCORN, YOU LIKE WITHOUT SALT? 3. DEAF OLD 20 STILL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL, WHY? 4. RESIDENTIAL=SCHOOL STRUGGLE CLOSE (shift) CLOSE, WHY? 5. WHAT IMPORTANT YOUR LIFE? What are your values? 6. POTATO 10 LB, IMPORTANT-(cost)? 7. MEETING CANCEL, HOW FEEL YOU? 8. I THINK WOMEN, SMARTER THAN MEN, YOU DISAGREE? 9. FAST TICKET COST-(fine) HOWMANY-(one-hand). 10. FLOWER, YOU OPPOSITE(allergic)?

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Lesson 37
Practice sheet 37.A Vocabulary AGAINST-[opposed/anti/con] ALLOW-[permit] CHEAT COCHLEAR-IMPLANT CONFLICT DESTROY DO-[behavior/action] DUTY-[obligation] FIX-[#FIX] INVESTIGATE-[RESEARCH, check] LECTURE-[speech, talk] MAYBE-[may, might] OF-(join, member, own) PRISON-[jail, in-jail] SAVE SHOCKED STEAL SUSPECT-[suspicious, PARANOID] THIEF WEAR-OUT-[burnout, fall-apart] NOTE: The sign "CLIP-OUT" can be done by using your index and middle finger like a pair of scissors. Use your "scissors" to cut around the perimeter of the article. NOTE: CL:5 "scads-of" can be used to mean almost any large group of people, animals, or things. If you use an intense facial expression it can mean a "huge" number of people, animals, or things. 1. COCHLEAR-IMPLANT, YOU AGAINST? 2. SUPPOSE SHIRT NONE, SHOES NONE, WILL STORE ALLOW YOU ENTER? 3. SUPPOSE STUDENT CHEAT TEST, YOU THINK SHOULD THROW SCHOOL? 4. YOUR GOAL, YOUR FATHER, (or wife, or husband, or ______) GOAL SOMETIMES CONFLICT? 5. WHY CAT LIKE DESTROY FURNITURE? 6. HOW YOU SIGN D-O? 7. DOCTOR DUTY WHAT? 8. CAR MOTOR CAN #FIX YOU? 9. RESEARCH PAPER, YOU ENJOY WRITE? 10. YOU LECTURE CL:5 "scads-of" BEFORE?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 37.B 1. NEWS ARTICLE YOU "CLIP OUT" SAVE? 2. SUPPOSE YOUR MOM PRISON, YOU SHOCKED? 3. WHY PEOPLE STEAL? 4. YOUR MOM HIDE DRINK-(alcohol) SUSPECT YOU? Do you suspect your mom is a closet drinker? 5. YOU THINK THIEF SHOULD JAIL 30 YEAR? 6. YOUR SHOES, HOW OFTEN WEAR-OUT? 7. YOU THINK FUTURE-(someday) YOU MAYBE BECOME NURSE? 8. PRISON, YOU THINK SHOULD BUILD MORE? 9. SPEAK SCHOOL YOU? Did you go to a public school? 10. WORK MAJOR WHAT?

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Lesson 38
Vocabulary ARGUE-[quarrel] AWKWARD-[clumsy] DECIDE-[determine] DISCUSS DISGUSTED FIRE-(terminate)-[excommunicate] HISTORY IDEA LOUD MEMBER-[congress, faculty, senate, staff] POSTPONE-[put-off] PRESSURE-[stress] PRINCIPAL QUIET STUCK SUGGEST-[offer, propose] SUPPORT-[pro, loyal] TAKE-EASY THINK-SAME-[agree] WIN Practice sheet 38.A 1. YOU SOMETIMES ARGUE YOUR DAD? 2. ROLLER-SKATE YOU AWKWARD YOU? 3. RESTAURANT, ORDER, EASY DECIDE YOU? 4. POLITICS, YOU LIKE DISCUSS? 5. KETCHUP CL:C-"bottle sitting there," GRAPES CL:-(left hand, "grapes") ICL:"dump ketchup on grapes," ICL:-"eat a grape," YOU THINK DISGUSTED YOU? 6. SUPPOSE BOSS FIRE YOU, HOW FEEL? 7. HISTORY, YOU LIKE STUDY? 8. SATURDAY NIGHT, YOU HAVE IDEA DO-DO? 9. MUSIC, LOUD, YOU LIKE? 10. WHAT-(huh) ORGANIZATION YOU MEMBER?

NOTE: POLITICS is an initialized form of the sign "GOVERNMENT."

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 38.B 1. YOU REMEMBER PRINCIPAL NAME? 2. FOR YOU STUDY, MUST ROOM QUIET? 3. SNOW, YOU DRIVE, SOMETIMES STUCK YOU? 4. SUPPOSE SIGN CLASS PARTY, DO-DO YOU SUGGEST? 5. DURING COLLEGE YOUR DAD SUPPORT YOU? 6. SUNDAY YOU TAKE-EASY? 7. I LOVE SALAD, TRUE GREAT, THINK-SAME? 8. C-H-E-S-S, SUPPOSE WE-TWO PLAY, WHO YOU THINK WIN? 9. DENTIST APPOINTMENT, YOU POSTPONE? 10. DURING TEST YOU FEEL PRESSURE YOU?

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Lesson 39
Vocabulary BLAME-[fault, see responsible] EXAGGERATE EXPERIENCE FLATTERY GOSSIP LAZY LIE MISS-(emotion) MISS-OUT-[guess] ODD-[strange, O-D-D] PATIENT-[suffer, patience] RUIN-[spoil, tease] STRICT STRONG STUBBORN-[donkey] SYMPATHY-[poor-baby, sympathizewith, grace, compassion] TEND-TO
NOTE: In the sign BLAME-[rt] the "rt" means "aim this sign off to the right. Another way to say this would be to use the notation "PRO.3" which stands for "third person pronoun." Think of a first person pronoun as "I or me." A second person pronoun as "you." And a third person pronoun as "he or she." When I point to myself I'm using a "PRO.1." When I point to you I am using a "PRO.2." When I point off to the side referring to someone other than you and me, I'm using a third person referent or "Pro.3." NOTE: In the practice sentences match the question to your partner, for example, if you are conversing with a teenage, unmarried girl, it makes no sense to ask her if her "wife" is stubborn. Instead you should modify the question to ask if her boyfriend is stubborn, or if her mother is stubborn. On the other hand, suppose your partner is clueless or being smartalecky and asks you a question without modifying it. You could simply reply, "I NOT-YET MARRY. SOMEDAY MAYBE MY HUSBAND STUBBORN."

Practice sheet 39.A 1. STUDENT FAIL, YOU THINK BLAME-"teacher." Do you think it is the teacher's fault when a student fails? 2. PARENT ALWAYS TELL-you SCHOOL IMPORTANT, YOU THINK THEY EXAGGERATE? 3. INTERPRET, HOW-MANY EXPERIENCE YOU? 4. YOU SOMETIMES FLATTERY DAD FOR BORROW CAR? 5. WHY DEAF TEND-TO GOSSIP? 6. WHO LAZY+EST PERSON YOU KNOW? 7. LIE SOMETIMES O-K? 8. YOU MISS YOUR MOM? 9. JR P-R-O-M, YOU MISS-OUT? 10. OLD ME, GUESS? (version of: "miss catch")

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 39.B 1. MILK, SUPPOSE LEAVE 7-HOUR, FUTURE-(will) RUIN-(spoil)? 2. YOUR FATHER STRICT? 3. HOW BECOME STRONG? 4. YOUR WIFE (or husband or mother or...) STUBBORN? 5. PEOPLE THEMSELVES HOMEWITHOUT, YOU SYMPATHY? 6. ODD-[strange, O-D-D] 7. YOU PATIENT YOU? 8. SPELL GOOD CAN YOU? 9. YOU THINK MAN WORSE JEALOUS THAN WOMAN? 10. CHILD GROW-UP PRISON, YOU THINK BLAME-[rt] PARENTS?

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Lesson 40
1. DRILL, EXPERIENCE YOU? Vocabulary DRILL HAMMER INCOMPETENT-[not-good-at, inept] METAL OVER-[across, cross] PERCENT PLIERS PLUG-[plug-in, unplug] RUBBER SAW SCISSORS SCREWDRIVER SIGN-(street-sign) TECHNICAL-[method, technique] THROUGH TOTAL-[sum] WELD-[welder] WOOD 2. CARPENTRY YOU INCOMPETENT? 3. THIS CLASS, WHAT PERCENT WOMAN? 4. SCISSORS, CAN you-LEND-me? 5. YOUR CHAIR METAL? 6. YOU LIVE OVER-(across) RIVER YOU? 7. YOU HAVE HAMMER YOU? 8. THIS ROOM, PLUG WHERE? 9. PAST-(long-ago) YOU LITTLEGIRL/BOY, YOUR BATH T-U-B, YOU HAVE D-U-C-K, YELLOW, RUBBER? 10. SOMETIMES DENTIST USE PLIERS?

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Lifeprint Institute / ASL University www.lifeprint.com Practice sheet 40.B 1. NAME SCREWDRIVER LOOK-LIKE "X"?-(draw X in air, or show using two index fingers) (Answer: "Phillips") 2. STOP SIGN-(street-sign) COLOR? 3. TECHNICAL SCHOOL NEAR HERE, NAME? 4. WELD, YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO CAN? 5. WHAT-KIND WOOD YOU LIKE? 6. THIS SCHOOL, STUDENT, TOTAL[sum], HOW-MANY? 7. HOW SIGN T-H-R-O-U-G-H? 8. WOMAN LIE-DOWN, MAGICIAN SAW-(woman in half) SEPARATE-(push apart) SEE BEFORE YOU? 9. FOOTBALL, YOU LIKE DISCUSS YOUR DAD? 10. YOUR HAMBURGER, YOU LIKE CHEESE? ONIONS? TOMATO? KETCHUP? MAYO? MUSTARD? PICKLES?

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