ASL 101 Tutorial: 5
- Identifying a person: basic CLOTHES.
- Vocabulary: basic COLORS. Review numbers.
- Introducing WOMAN, MAN, GIRL, BOY, PEOPLE, PERSON, WHO.
Identifying a person: basic description and basic colors
Vocabulary input: SHIRT, PANTS, GLASSES, HAT, SHOES, CLOTHES, HAIR
Vocabulary input (COLOR): BLUE, YELLOW, RED, ORANGE, GREEN, PURPLE, PINK, BLACK, WHITE, GRAY
IX-these WHOLE IX WHAT? COLOR.
Search ASL dictionary
If a search query cannot be found. Try a different spelling or a partial word -- e.g. "inspir" for "inspiration", "inspire", "insiring", or "inspired".
Not finding the word? Check the word in the word list in the ASL dictionary and/or send your request to Handspeak.
Pointers to remember
Like any other spoken languges, ASL is a natural language with its complex linguistic structures and rules. Many ASL words have their inflections and classifiers used in ASL sentences.
As every language does evolve over time and space, ASL has its variations due to regions, age/generation, gender, and other factors.
Comprehension check: respond with the number.
T: [signed color]/\ WHICH NUMBER?
T: [point to the number]
T: PANTS/\ IX WHICH NUMBER?
T: GLASSES/\ IX WHICH NUMBER?
T: RED/\ IX WHICH NUMBER?
T: IX 10 SIGN WHAT/\ S: (reply) GREEN HAT
Vocabulary input: WOMAN, MAN
S1: IX MAN/\ BLUE PANTS, GLASSES, IX WHO?
S2: IX NAME fs-POPPY.
S1: fs-MANDY IX WHO?
S2: SEE+ IX WOMAN, RED SHOES, IX.
T: SEE IX WOMAN GREEN HAT? (S1: nodding to confirm) /\BOOK/\ YOU you-GIVE-her. S: (replying by action) T: THANK-YOU (or WAVE-NO, NEXT-to IX GREEN HAT to correct)
T: TWO PLUS TWO HOW MANY?
S: (reply) FOUR
As you and your friend part, the following common farewells are: bye-bye, see-you later, take-care, thumb-up, #TC (take care), etc.