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W

Where is the bathroom?



This is signed as "BATHROOM WHERE?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).


WHICH



The sign WHICH can be used to ask questions such as, "Do you want a red or green shirt?" You can see an example of the sign WHICH in the video above. He asks, "Is the chair under your desk or is it in the dining room?" and signs, "WHERE CHAIR? CL:1(index left) DESK CL:1(index right) DINING ROOM WHICH?)whq" WHICH is normally signed last in questions such as these. When using WHICH to ask a wh-question, make sure use the wh-question facial expressions (eyebrows down).


WHITE


WHITE (race)


WHO


Who do you live with?


Who is your teacher?



Here is the phrase "Who is your teacher?" in ASL. Notice the signs that are used in this phrase. This phrase is actually signed as: "YOUR TEACHER WHO?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).


WHY


Why are you learning sign language?



This is signed as "YOU LEARN SIGN WHY?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).


WIFE


WIN


WIND


WINDOW


WINTER


WITH


WITHOUT


WOMAN



WOMAN (2)


WONDERFUL


WOOD


WORK



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