Lesson 40 Powerpoint (text version) - American Sign Language

Lesson 40 Powerpoint (text version) - American Sign Language

Dr. Bill Vicars Lifeprint.c

om Practice

sheet 40.A

DRILL USE 1

USE 2 BEFORE 1

BEFORE 2 PAST

*

01. DRILL, YOU USE BEFORE

YOU? whatDO?

SPECIALTY

MAJOR = line of work

INCOMPETENT

* 02.

SPECIALTY YOU

INCOMPETENT WHAT.

(What are you

incompetent at?)

WOMAN PERCENT

*

03. THIS CLASS, WOMAN

whatPERCENT? SCISSORS

CAN

SCISSORS me-LENDyou (loan)

you-LENDme (borrow)

*

04. SCISSORS, CAN youLEND-me?

METAL

* 05. YOUR

CHAIR METAL?

Practice sheet 40.B

OVER[across]

ACROSSfrom RIVER

*

06. YOU LIVE OVER[across] RIVER YOU?

HAMMER

* 07. YOU

HAVE HAMMER YOU?

ROOM

PLUG- receptacle

"plug in"

*

08. THIS ROOM, PLUG

WHERE? PAST[longago]

LITTLEGIRL

LITTLEBOY, BATH

T-U-B DUCK

YELLOW

RUBBER *

09. PAST-[longago] YOU LITTLEGIRL/BOY, YOUR BATH T-U-B, YOU

HAVE D-U-C-K, YELLOW, RUBBER YOU?

DENTIST 1 23

PLIERS

* 10. DENTIST

SOMETIMES USE PLIERS?

Practice sheet 40.C

SCREW DRIVER

FACE 1 2

SAME-as LOOKLIKE

whatNAME?

* 11.

SCREWDRIVER LOOK-LIKE "X" what-NAME?

(Answer: "P-H-I-L-LI-P-S")

STOP

GO SIGN[streetsign]

whatCOLOR

* 12. STOP

SIGN[street-sign] whatCOLOR?

TECHNICAL NEAR

*

13. TECHNICAL SCHOOL

NEAR HERE, what-NAME?

WELD SOMEONE

SOMETHING SINGLE

* 14. WELD,

YOU KNOW SOMEONE CAN?

WOOD

WHATKIND *

15. WOOD YOU LIKE

WHATKIND? Practice

sheet 40.D

THROUGH TOTAL(sum)

*

16. THIS SCHOOL, STUDENT,

TOTAL-[sum], HOW-MANY?

SIGN vs howSIGN

* 17. HowSIGN T-HR-O-U-GH?

LIEDOWN

MAGICIAN SAW-inhalf

SEPARATE

SEPARATEtheatrical

SEE PAST =

before *

18. WOMAN LIEDOWN, MAGICIAN SAW-[in-half]

SEPARATE-[pushapart] SEE PAST YOU?

FOOTB ALL

DISCUSS *

19. FOOTBALL, YOU LIKE

DISCUSS-with YOUR DAD?

HAMBU RGER

CHEESE ONIONS

TOMATO 1 2

KETCHUP 1

23 MAYO

MUSTARD

MRD PICKLES

*

20. YOUR HAMBURGER, YOU LIKE CHEESE?

ONIONS? TOMATO? KETCHUP? MAYO? MUSTARD? PICKLES?

Review

DRILL HAMMER

INCOMPET ENT-[notgood-at,

inept] METAL

OVER[across, cross]

PERCENT

PLIERS PLUG[plug-in,

unplug] RUBBER

SAW

SCISSORS SCREW

DRIVER SIGN[streetsign]

TECHNICAL[method, technique]

THROUGH

TOTAL[sum] WELD

WOOD

Dr. Bill

Vicars Lifeprint.c om

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