Discussions regarding culture and grammar, (including but not limited to facial expressions, mouth morphemes, head tilts, shoulder shrugs, and other non-manual markers as well as classifiers, numerical incorporation, reversal of orientation, verb agreement, sweep plurality, etc.) are embedded in the more than 600 pages in the website.
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This document is not "the Lifeprint curriculum." It is simply a small part of it.
COOKIES, MILK ICL-Dip cookie into a cup of milk, take a bite." Note: CL: is a way of indicating a special sign known as a classifier. Instrument classifiers are sometimes used to show the manipulation of an object. BACKPACK BASKET BATTERY-[electric] BELT CHANGE-[adapt, convert, COINS] COAT-[jacket] DIRTY-[dirt, SOIL] GLASSES-[Gallaudet] HEARING-AID-[put on hearing aid] WASHING-MACHINE OFF ON PANTS PICK-UP SHIRT SHOES SOCKS UNDERWEAR WHICH ZIP CLOTHES (Variation: "dress")Practice Sheet 8. (Role play father bodyshift facing slightly right.) say-NO-(to-son-"sternly")-(Role play brother bodyshift face slightly left. (Role play father bodyshift facing slightly right.) say-O-K-to-son- "think about it for a moment" "reluctantly". YOU FAVORITE-[prefer], HAMBURGER [body-shift-"or"] HOTDOG? " [point at other student] (Is she or he a student? GIRL-[woman, lady] BOY-[male, man] BROTHER-[boy, male, man, same, right] CHILD-[short, children] DAD-[parents] [grandpa] DIVORCE HAVE HEY HOW HOW-MANY-[MANY] LIVE-[life, address] MARRIAGE-[husband, wife, marry, married, spouse] MOM [grandma] SINGLE-[alone, something, someone, JUST, ONLY, SOMETHING] SISTER [girl, female] SLOW SPELL-[fingerspell] WORK Possession: [his/her/its, mine/my, our, their, yours] Practice Sheet: 2.
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