# Practice sheet 23.A. MATH-[algebra, calculus] T-R-I-G = trigonometry.

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Practice sheet 23.A

MATH-[algebra, calculus] T-R-I-G = trigonometry

PLUS-[positive] vs ADD-to 3 + 4 = ? 12 + 14 = ?

TAKE-AWAY vs negative/minus 19 - 7 = ?

DIVIDE 16 / 8 = ? 26 / 2 = ?

ALTOGETHER-[total, sum] 2, 3, 4 TOTAL = ?

4 x 5 = ? TIMES = WORSE (same sign) vs figure-out / multiplication YOU SKILLED MULTIPLICATION?

EXPLAIN-[describe, directions] EQUAL DIVIDE

PLUS-[positive]

TAKE-AWAY

MATH-[algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geometry]

EXPLAIN-[describe, directions]

ALTOGETHER-[total, sum] add-to EQUAL / fair / just

descri be

DIVI DE

positive

TAKE AWA Y

calcul us

mat h

direct ions

total

EQ UAL

Example: 6 DIVIDE 3 EQUAL (what?)

TWELVE DIVIDE SIX EQUAL WHAT-(huh)?

Eleven PLUS fourteen EQUAL WHAT?

18 TAKE-AWAY 5 EQUAL?

4. ALGEBRA, CAN YOU EXPLAIN ME?

5. ALL-TOGETHER SIGN YOU KNOW, HOW-MANY?

STUDY ENGLISH (England) “F” Flunk BOOKSTORE PASS

STUDY “before” prior to “before” past

ENGLISH (England)

Discussing “failure” version “F grade” version “give F” version “Fail” general version “Lose competition”

BOOKSTORE

PASS

STU DY

ENG LISH

“F”

PA SS

BOO K STO RE

befo re version 1 and 2

before / previously before / previous to

Night vs ALL-NIGHT

6. BEFORE TEST, YOU STUDY ALL-NIGHT?

7. ENGLISH, YOU LIKE STUDY?

WHY Not study Not show up Not practice

8. STUDENT “F”-(flunk) CLASS, WHY?

CITY BOOK+STORE DON’T-KNOW MANY VS HOW-MANY

9. THIS CITY, HOW-MANY BOOKSTORE?

FINISH

why

finish

10. TRIGONOMETRY, YOU FINISH PASS?

Practice sheet 23.B

CAFETERIA restaurant bachelor SENIOR JUNIOR SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN FLUNK

CAFETERIA

restaurant

SENIOR

JUNIOR

SOPHOMORE

FRESHMAN

SEN IOR

CAFET ERIA

JUNI OR

rest aura nt

SOP HOM ORE

FRES HMAN

FLUNK 1, 2, 3, WHERE Response vocab: Answer: UB (union building) Answer: Point “that way”

1. WHERE CAFETERIA

Response vocab: not all don’t – know old + er

2. WHY SENIOR GIRL+ STUCK-UP?

Response vocab: yes / no / maybe / many times (Note: feel free to lie on the next question.)

3. YOU BEFORE FLUNK CLASS? BEFORE version = past BEFORE version = previous to

4. YOU FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE? A small side to side “body shift” indicates “or.”

5. YOU JUNIOR? (Remember to raise your eyebrows.)

DORM POST-[put up a poster, bulletin+board] WORSE-[figure, figure-out, times] APARTMENT

DORM Compare with: HOME Compare with: DEAF

POST-[put up a poster] bulletin+board

WORSE / WORST Variations: figure times

APARTMENT This concept is shown via spelling the letters A-P-T

6. YOU LIKE MATH?

7. YOU LIVE A-P-T?

8. YOU LIVE DORM?

9. YOUR PHONE NUMBER YOU POST BATHROOM?

WORST

10. YOUR WORSE (worst) CLASS WHAT-(huh)? (See various notes on following slides)

BOOKSTORE This is a compound sign. You use one movement from book and one from store.

DORM (similar to home but with a “D” handshape)

ENGLISH This sign can also mean “England”

EXPLAIN-[describe] The concept DIRECTIONS is generally initialized with a “D”

FAIL Two main versions: 1. fail-general 2. lose competition

FLUNK Two main versions: 1. F on palm 2. F in front of you

MATH- You can initialize this sign to mean: algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geometry, statistics

*Worse is a single movement.

*Times is a single movement.

*Figure (or multiplication) is generally a double movement