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1 Review of Money Signs ASL II Since a lot of daily conversation is concerned with money how much something costs how much one paid for something a review of “money signs” should be beneficial.

2 Review of Money Signs ASL II Signing money is first determined by the type of money being signed about. Cents only amounts Dollar only amounts OR Mixed figures including both dollars and cents

3 Cents First, touch your forehead with your index finger followed by a number. The number formed because a CENT sign. This is an example of a combined sign where the sign for cent is incorporated into the amount (CENT-1) OR you can sign the number first followed by touching your “money spot”

4 Cents Penny Index finger on right temple; bring out CENTS-1 Nickel “5” handshape on right temple; bring out CENTS-5 Dime Index finger on right temple with thumb out; bring out “to 10” CENTS-10

5 Cents Quarter “25” handshape with back tip of index finger on right temple; bring out. CENTS-25 Half-dollar “5” handshape with back tip of index finger on right temple; bring out to 50 CENTS-50

6 $1-$9; Twist wrist and fingers inward in a short, sharp semi-circle $10 and up; you must add the DOLLAR sign after the number

7 PRACTICE $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 $9.00 $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 $5.00

8 $1-$9; Twist wrist and fingers in a short, sharp semi-circle $10 and up; you must add the DOLLAR sign after the number

9 PRACTICE $56.00 $67.00 $78.00 $99.00 $11.00 $12.00 $23.00 $34.00 $45.00

10 Dollars and Cents $1-$9; Twist dollars into cents (no dollar sign) $3.75 = $3.00 > 75 $10 and up; sign the number, then sign DOLLAR, then sign the number of cents (sign CENTS for clarity only) $29.99 = 29 DOLLAR 99 CENTS

11 PRACTICE $8.10 $6.70 $7.05 $19.15 $30.30 $1.50 $3.25 $10.50 $5.99 $95.75

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