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Fairy Tale Project How do I put this English into ASL? Helpful Tips
For English words like:ASL would be: At Over IX-there (describe where..) At To IX-there (bottom of mountain) Under IX-there (across the ocean) In Across from At the base of Near the top Far, far away
For English phrases like: The blue fish said to the rainbow fish, “I want one of your shiny scales.” The rainbow fish replied, “No way!” ASL would be: BLUE FISH SAW RAINBOW FISH IX-there. (dir-1) YOUR SHINY SCALE, I WANT ONE (dir-2) NO!
And On The Is To Answered At Replied Of Told About Said For An Be A Or Be By
HAVE vs. HAVE-TO EnglishASL I have straw. STRAW, I HAVE I have to find bricks.BRICKS, I HAVE-TO FIND LOOK vs. LOOK-FOR EnglishASL He looked at the fish. FISH, HE LOOK She looked for her grandmother. GRANDMOTHER, SHE LOOKED-FOR SHE.
DURING Signs DURING Signs When signing about time you don’t use words like “In February”, “On the weekend” or “In the summer”. To put these concepts into ASL, use the DURING sign. Here are some examples. EnglishASL In the winter, we ski. DURING WINTER, WE SKI WE. Over the weekend, I watched a movie. DURING WEEKEND, MOVIE I WATCH ME.