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My aunt lost her way through New York City while looking for the Yankee stadium.
My cat is fat and lazy and she smells like fish.
My cell phone can email, send text messages, and check voicemails.
My father is a janitor at her son's university.
My garage needs new wood because of the flood.
My house is having a new dishwasher and two new toilets installed.
My landlord is spraying my apartment for bugs on Tuesday.
My mom is nice but my dad is strict.
My name is Deborah (name sign).
The phrase is signed here as: "MY NAME D-E-B-O-R-A-H (name-sign)". This is used as an example. Deborah fingerspelled her name first and then gave her name sign, which is the D-handshape moving in a curl downward from her head to indicate curly hair. You can learn more about Name Signs in ASL 1 - Unit 3.
My roommate is thin, smart and great at drawing.
My uncle doesn't want his kitchen table anymore and will sell it cheap.