Information-Seeking Questions request the same information as Wh-Questions but imply the wh-sign rather than using any wh-signs (who, what, where, when, why, how, how-much/many).
The English translation of this sentence should include a wh-word (who, what, where, when, why, how, how-much/many).
Squeeze/furrow eyebrows (think of a detective making a thinking face while saying “Hmmm . . . “)
hold the non-manuals for the whole sentence.
What time is it?
Which color do you prefer?
COLOR YOU PREFER?
What was her name again?
HER NAME AGAIN?
Notice that the ASL gloss is all capitalized (to represent signs), has punctuation (a question mark) at the end, has dashes between the letters that are fingerspelled, and has a dash between the two words used in English to represent one sign in ASL.
The English is written with only the first letter capitalized and there is punctuation (a question mark) at the end.