to be Absent - American Sign Language

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Unit One
Welcome!
Unit One Objectives
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To learn proper greetings and farewells in ASL
To introduce yourself and others
To learn basic ASL sentence structure
To ask and answer questions
To learn how to interact appropriately with Deaf
people
• To learn the role of facial expressions and nonmanual signals
Hello!
p. 4
Hi
p. 4
What’s up?
p. 4
How are you?
p. 4
Jim Borgman
I’m fine.
p. 4
to be Busy
p. 5
to be Confused
p. 5
to be Good, well
p. 5
to be Happy
or
p. 5
Nothing, not
p. 5
much
Same old, the
p. 5
usual
Sleepy
p. 5
So-so
more positive
p. 5
more negative
to be Tired
p. 5
Deixis,
conjugating the
verb: To Be p. 6
Example: I am
Afternoon
p. 7
Evening, night
p. 7
Morning
p. 7
Eye contact p. 8
Hold on
just a minute
p. 8
Look at me
and
(plural)
p. 8
Focus, pay
attention p. 8
No eye contact,
to look away p. 8
What’s for
homework?
p. 8
Name
p. 10
What’s your
name? p. 9
Last
p. 10
Deaf
p. 12
Friend
p. 12
Hard of hearing
p. 12
Hearing
p. 12
to Introduce
p. 12
to Meet
p. 12
My
p. 12
Nice
p. 12
Want
p. 12
Nice to meet
you. p. 12
Shoulder tap
p. 14
Handwave p. 14
Turn off voice p. 14
American Sign
Language p. 17
Bathroom
p. 17
to Go to p. 17
to Learn
p. 17
No
p. 17
Yes
p. 17
Please
p. 17
Again, repeat
p. 17
to Sign, sign
language p. 17
Slow, slow down
*local sign* p. 17
common
Thank you p. 17
Good-bye p. 20
Later
p. 20
Tomorrow p. 20
Me too, same
here p. 20
to See, see you
p. 20
See you later
p. 20
See you
tomorrow
p. 20
Take care
p. 20
Blank face, no
expression p. 26
to be Bored
p. 26
to be Excited p. 26
Facial
expressions p. 26
to be Mad, angry p. 26
variation 1
variation 2
to be Sad p. 26
to be Sick
p. 26
to be Scared,
afraid p. 26
Can, may
p. 29
Can’t, may not
p. 29
to Know p. 29
Don’t know p. 29
to Like
p. 29
Don’t like p. 29
to Understand p. 29
Don’t understand p. 29
I’m not, not me p. 29
to be Absent
I don’t mind p. 29
Due, to owe p. 29
Favorite p. 29
Movie
p. 29
to Practice p. 29
School p. 29
Today, now
p. 29

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