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Phrases

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Every morning I wake up happy because I sleep all night.


Excuse me



This is the sign for "EXCUSE-ME" in ASL.


Excuse me I'm sorry to interrupt, but I have an important message.


For this job you will need to check your email and clean your computer once a month.


Germany makes the best cars for winter weather and they handle well in the snow.


Good afternoon



This phrase is signed as "GOOD AFTERNOON"


Good morning



This is signed as "GOOD MORNING". This phrase can also be signed more fluidly where your non-dominant hand is only used for MORNING (your dominant hand moves directly from your chin down to sign MORNING).


Goodbye



This is the sign for "BYE" in ASL.


Goodnight



This phrase is signed as "GOOD NIGHT."


He replaced all his Spanish DVDs with Blu-ray discs.


He went to use the ATM so he could pay off debt he owed to the government.


Hello



This is the sign for HELLO in ASL.


Her car is black and has a loud engine.



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


Her grandson is my daughter's friend.


Her least favorite person got laid off from his job at Taco Bell.



CL:1(index left) MAN CL:1(index right) WOMAN HE ANNOY-HER HE RECENT LAID-OFF WHERE? fs-TACO-BELL. SHE "YES!"


His brother was born with freckles and a lot of hair.


Hockey is the best sport to watch live.


How are you?



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



How are you? (2)



This is a different signer signing "How are you?" This phrase is signed as: "HOW YOU?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).


How did you get here?



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


How did you lose your hearing?



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



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