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Unit 2

ASL at Work EPP

1. Ask for something to be fingerspelled again.
2. Indicate yourself and one other person.
3. Express that you are learning ASL.
4. Identify and name your teacher.
5. Express that you understand.
6. Express that you don't understand.
7.Ask a classmate if this is an ASL class.
8.Ask a classmate what he/she is learning.
9. Indicate yourself and two other people.
10. Express that you are a student learning ASL.
11. You are asked what are you learning. Provide a response.
12. You are asked if you understand your ASL teacher. Provide a response.
13. Ask a classmate to fingerspell his/her name again.
14. Ask a classmate whether he/she is deaf or hearing.
15. A classmate offers you something that you don't want to accept. Decline this offer politely.
16. Ask a classmate if he/she understands ASL.
Created by: Zsantiagozayas