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ISBN-10: 1411400747

ISBN-13: 9781411400740

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This six-page chart covers:
Introduction to American signal Language
The handbook alphabet
Numbers
Greetings and phrases
Question words
Days and time of day
Family contributors and people
Clothing
Colors
Food and meals
Emotions and feelings
Time
Around the house
Health and the body
Money
Nature and the weather
Opposites
Plurals, verb tenses, and negation
ASL vs. Signed English

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In contrast, a humble verb is used in (2) because Suzuki-san has borrowed the book from Kimura-sensee, a Higher. 4 ) The following humble verbs are exceptional in that they are used for politeness regardless of any connection with others: 1. JbLteMM^ti>fr£jr £ •? £ £ 9 I'll go to Tokyo tomorrow. 0 2. - u m z & v t t o I'll be home all day. 3. - f y Ktf> T ->l<1 feHff. 7'm v4wi/ /row India. 4. ^tt-ersvs-fo 7'm Kimura/Kimura 5. g speaking. : 4>ot * § i H : - * - , Do jyow have any bigger sweaters?

R=A>3^tttff***Ktl»fc©o"Cl»*fo Anil-san H . **«* ~C ( 5 U t says he wants a video. want to get something done — Examples ® &Ltz%K\Zfi^X\lL^A,Xlri)% / want you to go to Tokyo tomorrow. Tanaka-san says she wants (you/me/us/someone) to check her translation. [Explanation] To indicate that you want someone to do something for you, attach ( J LV» to the - t e from of a verb: [V-te] ( $ L V * takes the following structure. 7 #* (C ^ > - ft J&** & fc£L { I UC M i d * 1-5 [V-te] J5LV» \ o *C ( J L V » 0 l' / wani you to go to Tokyo.

7. ^ f - R L 7 H f o " 0 > & l > ^ 8. -^PJLtff o - C l > £ o 0 I've only 1000 yen, that's all. I have got just 1000 yen. L/5* replaces the particles >5* and £*, but is added to others. V. 1. {J 1/ and I JU ( i U &b the beginning, (i beginning/at first and /or fAe first time at first is grammatically a noun; it is used as follows: 1. ——^ ^ Please read it once more from the beginning. L>(I 2. mnmztfrizm^ftztto I'll go to Hiroshima at thel> beginning of next month. ,Lt 41 3. ti tabic f v ^ - hKftiX* Wcx-^-MroUtUo I went to the department store first and to the supermarket next.

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