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  1. Hearing Aid

  2. Deaf Aid Heh ;-)

  3. A hash mark # in front of a sign means to use lexicalized fingerspelling. That means mutated spelling that now looks like a sign instead of individual letters.

  4. This is called “lexicalization.” For example: #BANK

  5. 1. YOUR MONEY, YOU KEEP WHERE?

  6. How do you sign:STUDENT COLLEGE

  7. 2. COLLEGE STUDENT ALWAYS BROKE-(financially), WHY?

  8. How do you sign:CAN / ABLE BUSINESS

  9. Manage Administer Reign Control

  10. 3. CAN YOU MANAGE YOUR-SELF (your-own) BUSINESS?

  11. How do you sign:TOMORROW VS DAILY

  12. 4. TOMORROW, YOU #BUSY?Note: if you see a # symbol in a sign language text, it indicates lexicalization of spelling.

  13. 5. WHAT COST CENT-25?When signing “cent amounts,” do the “cents” part of the sign first.COST / fine / fee / tax / surchage

  14. How do you sign:EARN DOLLARsUse twist for 1 thru 9:$1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9Use “DOLLAR” sign for:$10 $11 $12 …

  15. For the concept “more than” You can sign MOREYou can sign THANor you can use the combined sign “MORE-THAN”

  16. 6. YOU EARN MORE THAN 10 DOLLAR HOUR?[“more than” can be shown with two signs or just “one combined sign”]

  17. Note: We sometimes fingerspell the concept of “early” using a lexicalized version. 1. EARLY (normal)2. #EARLY Lexicalized

  18. 7. YOU LIKE GO CLASS EARLY?

  19. How do you sign:GOVERNMENTPAY“Well” (GOOD)

  20. 8. YOU THINK GOVERNMENT PAY GOOD?

  21. Vocational Rehabilitation (a govt. agency generally pays for deaf students to attend college.

  22. How do you sign:SAFEThis can be initialized to mean: FREEINDEPENDENTLIBERAL

  23. 9. CAN DEAF GO COLLEGE FREE?

  24. A “classifier” is a type of sign that shows a general category of shape or function.

  25. For example, a CL:C can show a cup. A CL:F can show a quarter or button. A modified CL:C (index and thumb) can show a large COIN such as an old “silver dollar” coin.

  26. Often when signing ASL we will ask if the person is familiar with a topic…then we will go on with our sentence. We do this by raising our eyebrows and signing things like: KNOW, REMEMBER, HEARD, SEE BEFORE…

  27. 10. KNOW+ SILVER DOLLAR CL:C-(index and thumb)?[response = yes], YOU HAVE?(Are you familiar with “silver dollars? Do you have one?)(review…)

  28. #BUSY?

  29. WHAT

  30. A-B-C-FINGERSPELL,

  31. ALWAYS

  32. and

  33. BROKE-(financially)?

  34. BUY

  35. CAN

  36. CENT-25?

  37. WHY

  38. CL:C-(index-thumb)

  39. COLLEGE

  40. COST

  41. DEAF

  42. DOLLAR

  43. FAVORITE

  44. FREE

  45. EVERYDAY= DAILY= regular

  46. GO= “go to”= “go there”