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Unit 2 Vocabulary | ASL Level 1 – American Sign Language

Today we will be reviewing Unit 2, are you ready? This variation of the sign, the way I look at it, is negative and sad. I prefer to sign this way, checking looks more positive. So I sign it this way. The sign DEAF also has another old sign from long time ago, which is signed like this for EAR+CLOSED. For the sign PENCIL, we don’t lick the pencil, so just sign it same for WRITE. I usually use this variation for WHO. 3 variations for WHY. I usually use the third variation like this. Now for keyphrases. These are phrases that we typically use often. Remember to use the WH-Face, lower eyebrows for facial expression when asking WH-Questions.

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