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H

HAIR


HAIR (long)


HAIR (short-men)


HAIR (short)


HAIR-long


HAIR-short


HALLOWEEN



HALLOWEEN (2)


HALLWAY


HAMBURGER


HAMMER


HANDSOME


HANNUKAH


HAPPY


HARD


HAT


HAVE


HE

HE

This sign is part of indexing in ASL. You need to describe who you are talking about before using an index sign. You can learn more about pronouns and indexing in ASL 1 - Unit 7 and in Chapter 6 of Don't Just "Sign"... Communicate! A Student's Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar.


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.


HEADACHE


HEADPHONES


HEALTH


HEARING


HEIGHT


Hello



This is the sign for HELLO in ASL.


HELP


HER

HER

This is a pronoun showing possession. This sign is part of indexing in ASL. You need to describe who you are talking about before using an index sign. You can learn more about pronouns and indexing in ASL 1 - Unit 7 and in Chapter 6 of Don't Just "Sign"... Communicate! A Student's Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar.


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!"


HERE


HIGH-SCHOOL


HIKING


HIM

HIM

This sign is part of indexing in ASL. You need to describe who you are talking about before using an index sign. You can learn more about pronouns and indexing in ASL 1 - Unit 7 and in Chapter 6 of Don't Just "Sign"... Communicate! A Student's Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar.


HIS

HIS

This is a pronoun showing possession. This sign is part of indexing in ASL. You need to describe who you are talking about before using an index sign. You can learn more about pronouns and indexing in ASL 1 - Unit 7 and in Chapter 6 of Don't Just "Sign"... Communicate! A Student's Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar.


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


HISTORY


HOCKEY


Hockey is the best sport to watch live.


HOME


HOMEWORK


HORSE


HOSPITAL


HOT


HOTDOG


HOUR



If you shape your dominant hand into a number between 1-9, your sign will become "2 hours,""3 hours,""4 hours," etc. If you want to use a number higher than 9, first sign the number, then sign HOUR.


HOUSE


HOW



This sign for HOW is used in sentences like, "How are you?"



HOW (2)



This sign for HOW is used in sentences like, "How do you fix this?"


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).


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


How do you wash your laundry and make your bed?


How long have the two of them been engaged?


How many siblings do you have?



This is signed as "HOW-MANY BROTHERS SISTERS YOU HOW-MANY?" with the wh-word facial expression (eyebrows down).


How much does it cost?


How old are you?



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


How was your weekend?


HOW-MANY



The sign HOW-MANY can be used to ask "How many?" or "How much?" You can see an example of this sign in the phrase video above. In the video, she asks, "How many siblings do you have?" and signs, "HOW-MANY BROTHERS SISTERS YOU HOW-MANY?"


HOW-OLD



An example of HOW-OLD can be seen in the video above. She asks, "How old are you?" and signs, "HOW-OLD YOU?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down). HOW-OLD is signed by signing OLD twice.


HUG


HUMBLE


HUNGRY


HUNTING


HURRY


HURT



This can be signed over the part of the body that hurts.


HUSBAND



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