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Student Study Guide to a Basic Course in American Sign Language

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ISBN13:

9780932666338

ISBN10:
0932666337
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/1/1986
Publisher(s):
TJ-PUB
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements v
Introduction vii
Notes to the Instructor ix
Notes to the Student xi
Directional Symbols xii
Basic Sentence Structure: Sentences with Predicate Adjectives
1(4)
Basic Sentence Structure: Sentences with Identifying Nouns and Using Two Third-Person Pronouns
5(4)
Basic Sentence Structure: Pronouns and Nouns
9(8)
Basic Sentence Structure: Adjectives and Nouns
11(6)
Negatives
17(8)
Responses to Yes/No Questions
19(2)
Responses to Negative Questions
21(4)
Basic Sentence Structure: Past, Present, Future, and Using FINISH
25(4)
Basic Sentence Structure: Object + Subject + Verb
29(8)
Basic Sentence Structure: Directional and Non-Directional Verbs
31(6)
Imperatives and Using Numbers
37(6)
Personal Pronouns Incorporating Number and Plurals
39(4)
WH-Questions
43(8)
The SELF Pronoun
45(6)
Noun-Verb Pairs
51(4)
Basic Sentence Structure: Using Modals and Negative Modals
55(4)
Verbs Incorporating Location and Using FINISH as A Conjunction
59(8)
Locational Relationships and Adding Movement to Pronominal Classifiers
67(6)
Mass Quantifiers
73(4)
Negatives; Negative Quantifiers
77(10)
Use of NOTHING
81(6)
Directional Verbs
87(8)
Directional Verbs Incorporating Two Objects
89(2)
Directional Verbs Incorporating EACH or ALL
91(4)
Time Measurements and Tense Indicators Incorporating Number
95(8)
Time Reduplication and Repetition
97(6)
Comparative Sentences
103(6)
Conjunctions
105(4)
Verb Inflection: -Repeatedly
109(12)
Verb Inflection: -Continually
113(8)
Adjective Modulation: Very-
121(10)
Adjective Modulation: -Repeatedly
123(2)
Adjective Modulation: -Continually
125(6)
Conditional Sentences
131(10)
Rhetorical Questions
135(6)
Quantifiers: Pluralizing Classifiers; Classifier: 1 Incorporating Number; Other Uses of Classifier: 1
141(8)
Classifiers Showing Motion
149(6)
Appendix I Number Practice 155(5)
Appendix II Mime Activities 160(1)
Appendix III Answer Key 161(31)
Appendix IV Manual Alphabet 192(1)
References American Sign Language, Deaf Community and Deaf Culture 193(2)
Videotapes ABC-ASL, ABC-ASL Spanish Text, Other Relevant Videotapes 195


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