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Transportation

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ACROSS



ACROSS (2)


AIRPLANE


BICYCLE


BUS

This is #BUS - the lexicalized version of BUS and the more accepted ASL sign for this word.



BUS (2)



This is the initialized and more "Signed English" version of the sign #BUS.


Do you mind if I borrow your car?


DOWN


ENGINE


FREEWAY


GAS


GO


Her car is black and has a loud engine.



(HER BLACK CAR)top LOUD ENGINE (2h)CL:5(show engine rumbling down road)


HERE


How did you get here?



This phrase is signed as "YOU ARRIVE HERE HOW?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).


How do you get to your daughters High School from the show?


I don't mind that you borrow the car, but would you mind filling the gas tank?


I have to go home.



This is signed as: "HOME I NEED GO".


I took the bus to get to class.



This phrase is signed as "I RIDE BUS ARRIVE CLASS". This sign for BUS is more English-based, but is used often. Another way to sign BUS is the lexicalized version #BUS. You can see an example of #BUS in the conversation in ASL 1 - Unit 5.


INTERSECTION


MOTORCYCLE


PARKING LOT


Sorry, I already lent the car to my sister.


STREET


TRAFFIC



TRAFFIC (2)


TRAIN


Turn right by the playground and left after the movie theater.


TWO LANE HIGHWAY


WALK


WITH


WITHOUT



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