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I am 20 years old.
I am a college student and I am majoring in biology.
I am extremely hungry, I could eat breakfast, lunch and dinner right now!
I am not married.
I can't sleep. I've been tossing and turning all night.
I don't feel good. I feel lousy.
I don't like football but I do like race car driving shows on Thursdays evenings.
I don't mind that you borrow the car, but would you mind filling the gas tank?
I don't understand.
This is signed as "I UNDERSTAND" with the negative facial expression. The sign DON'T is already implied with the facial expression, so it does not need to be signed.
I don't want to listen to rap music as it makes me vomit.
I feel OK.
I feel sick with a sore throat and an annoying headache.
I feel tired.
I feel wonderful.
I have 1 brother and 2 sisters.
I have 3 children.
I have a question.
This phrase is signed as "I QUESTION" with an inquisitive facial expression.
I have an ugly dog that barks at night.
I have to go home.
I moved to New York around 1998.
I need to fix my roof after this last rain storm.
I put a camera on the top of my front door entrance.
I took the bus to get to class.
I want to introduce you to my friend Julie.
I'll be right back.
I'm studying to be an interpreter.
I'm taking ASL classes.
INCREASE IN VALUE
This is the sign for "INTERESTING", which can be signed using various facial expressions to create a phrase. In this video, Christine uses a facial expression to indicate that something is very interesting.
Is that right?
Is that true?
Is there a chair under your desk or is it in the dining room?
Is your hotel near the junior high school or behind the library?
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.
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.