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Bravo Lesson 4

Let's Go Food Shopping

ASL and English have the same word order False
In ASL, the topic of the sentence is often signed first True
ASL has rules of grammar just like spoken languages True
Deaf people have their own culture called ASL culture False
In ASL which is signed first, the noun or the adjective Noun
What is a number story? A story comprised of handshapes of numbers.
In ASL a simple side to side headshake can turn a positive statement into a negative? True
In ASL, negation is always used at the beginning of the sentence for clarity? False. It is used at the end of the sentence.
Deaf people should be viewed with pity False
ASL storytelling is often creative and imaginative. True
Created by: MrsJacoby