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Meet the Bravo's

Lesson One

QuestionAnswer
Deaf people have their own culture True
If you want to get a Deaf person's attention, it would be appropriate to tap their shoulder True
To wake a Deaf person, it would be appropriate to flash a light True
Stomping a foot is not culturally appropriate way to get a Deaf person's attention False
A gentle tap on the shoulder is an appropriate way to get a Deaf person's attention True
Deaf culture has its own language, customs, and values True
The non-manual markers associated with a yes/no question include...? Raised eyebrows, slight head tilt, direct eye contact, last sign held
The non-manual markers associated with a wh question include...? Furrowed eyebrows, slight head tilt, direct eye contact, last sign held
Deaf people living in the United States use what language to communicate? American Sign Language
ASL grammar is the same as English grammar False
Created by: MrsJacoby on 2010-04-28



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