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Where are you learning sign language?
Where do you live?
Where do you rank among your siblings?
This phrase is basically asking the question, "How old are you in relation to your siblings" (i.e. "Are you the oldest, middle, youngest, etc. child?"). The question is asked this way because your non-dominant hand is used to index siblings and children in order of age. The phrase is signed here as: "BROTHER SISTER, YOU POINT(non-dominant index)?" with "BROTHER SISTER" signed with the topical facial expression and with "YOU POINT(non-dominant index)?" signed with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).
Where do you work?
Where is the bathroom?
The sign WHICH can be used to ask questions such as, "Do you want a red or green shirt?" You can see an example of the sign WHICH in the video above. He asks, "Is the chair under your desk or is it in the dining room?" and signs, "WHERE CHAIR? CL:1(index left) DESK CL:1(index right) DINING ROOM WHICH?)whq" WHICH is normally signed last in questions such as these. When using WHICH to ask a wh-question, make sure use the wh-question facial expressions (eyebrows down).
Who do you live with?
Who is your teacher?
Why are you learning sign language?