Week Eleven

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American Sign Language 2: Week Two

 

Review

  • Fingerspelling
  • Numbers 0-1,000,000
  • Your name

 

Number Incorporation

  • Age
    • My son is four years old.
    • Amy is eleven.
    • I am twenty.
    • Time
      • 9am
      • 2:34pm
      • 11pm
      • Midnight
      • Noon
    • Number of People
      • #-OF-US
      • #-OF-THEM
    • Money
      • Cents
      • Dollars
    • Lengths of Time
      • Seconds
      • Minutes
      • Hours
      • Months
      • Days

 

Lesson 13 Vocabulary

  • A-LITTLE
  • A-LOT, MUCH
  • ALWAYS
  • APPOINTMENT, RESERVE, RESERVATION
  • RESERVE, RESERVATION
  • BASEMENT, BELOW, BENEATH
  • BORN, BIRTH, BIRTHDAY
  • BORN
  • BIRTHDAY
  • BOYFRIEND
  • CHEESE
  • COST, VALUE, WORTH, PRICE
  • COUNTRY
  • DISCUSS, DEBATE
  • EMBARRASS
  • ENOUGH
  • FREE
  • SAFE
  • FUN
  • INTELLIGENT, SMART (2)

 

LESSON 13 VOCABULARY

  • LAW, LEGAL
  • LIST, OUTLINE
  • NATIONAL, NATION, NATURE, NATURAL
  • OFTEN, FREQUENT
  • OWE, DEBT, OBLIGATION, DUE
  • PIE
  • PLENTY
  • PRICE, COST, CHARGE
  • REASON, RATIONALE
  • REALIZE
  • RIGHT (“You have rights”)
  • RULE, REGISTER
  • SKI, SKIING
  • SNOW
  • SOME
  • SOMETIMES, ONCE-IN-A-WHILE, OCCASIONALLY
  • STRANGE, ODD, PECULIAR, WEIRD
  • THROW-AWAY, DISCARD
  • TROUBLE
  • WITH, TOGETHER

 

Lesson 13

  • Mass Quantifiers
    • The quantifiers SOME, A-LITTLE, and PLENTY are added either before a mass noun or at the end of the sentence.
    • SOME
      • I think there’s some food left.
        • I THINK HAVE LEFT FOOD SOME.
        • Grandma wants some of your pie.
          • YOUR PIE (topicalized) GRANDMA WANT A-LITTLE.
      • A-LITTLE
        • I’ll eat a little cheese.
          • I EAT CHEESE A-LITTLE.
          • I EAT A-LITTLE CHEESE.
          • He drank a little bit of my soda.
            • MY SODA (topcialized) HE DRINK A-LITTLE.
      • PLENTY
        • I have a lot of furniture.
          • HAVE FURNITURE PLENTY I.
          • I have a lot of work left (to do).
            • I PLENTY WORK LEFT.

 

Lesson 13

  • More on Quantifiers
    • Some classifiers also serve as quantifiers. The classifiers on page 141 are used to indicate:
      • The amount of liquid
      • The thickness of a solid
      • The height of a stack

 

Lesson 13

  • Classifiers
    • CL: G
      • Like showing an inch or a “G”
      • There’s still a little soda left. Do you want some?
        • STILL LEFT CL:G SODA. YOU WANT YOU (question).
        • My house has a lot of dust. It’s pretty dirty.
          • MY HOUSE WOW DIRTY. HAVE CL:G D-U-S-T.
          • You should drink some orange juice.
            • CL:G O-J YOU DRINK SHOULD YOU.

 

Lesson 13

  • Classifiers
    • CL: L (with two dots over L)
      • Similar to the final handshape of 100
        • She bought a new rug. It’s very thick.
          • SHE BUY R-U-G NEW. WOW CL:L (with two dots).
          • I found a lot of water in the basement.
            • BASEMENT I FIND CL:L (with two dots) WATER.

 

Lesson 13

  • Classifiers
    • CL: BB (arrows pointing up and down)
      • I have to read a big stack of books for class.
        • MUST I READ CL:BB (arrows) BOOKS FOR CLASS.
        • He gave me a stack of letters recently.
          • RECENTLY HE-GIVE-ME CL:L (with two dots) LETTER.

 

Lesson 13

  • Plurals
    • Add a classifier which functions as a quantifier, such as CL:5 (w/ 2 dots), either before the noun or at the end of the sentence.
      • I saw a large number of cats.
        • I SEE CAT CL:55 (w/ 2 dots).
      • The store has a lot of bicycles
        • STORE IT HAVE MANY BICYCLE CL:55 (w/ 2 dots).
      • There are a whole bunch of people at the party.
        • THERE PARTY I SEE CHILDREN  CL:55 (w/ 2 dots).

 

Lesson 13

  • Plurals
    • Some nouns can be reduplicated, that is, the sign can be made again several times as it is moved to the side (represented by + +).
      • There are many trees near my home.
        • IT HOME HAVE TREE + +.
      • She brought many suitcases there.
        • SHE BRING-THERE SUITCASE ++.
      • The hotel has many doors.
        • H-O-T-E-L IT HAVE MANY DOOR +++.

 

Fingerspelling Review

 

Numbers Review

 

Number Incorporation: Age, Time, # of People, Money, Lengths of Time

 

Chapter 13: Vocabulary

 

Chapter 13: Mass Quantifiers

 

Chapter 13: Mass Quantifier Classifiers

 

Chapter 13: Mass Quantifier Plurals

 

“You’ll Come” by Hillsong (audio)

 

Verse One

  • I DECIDE I
  • I MIND SET-UP I
  • YOU LORD I WILL WAIT
  • MY STRENGTH / REDEEMER YOU
  • SHIELD / AWARD (from God)
  • YOU LORD I WILL WAIT
  • I have decided
  • I have resolved
  • To wait upon You, Lord
  • My Rock and Redeemer
  • Shield and Reward
  • I’ll wait upon You, Lord

Pre-Chorus

  • TRULY SUN SUN-RISE SAME (2 hands)
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • As surely as the sun will rise
  • You’ll come to us
  • Certain as the dawn appears

Chorus

  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • YOUR GLORY RAIN
  • HE RESPOND (to left) US
  • HOLY SPIRIT RAIN
  • FILL-UP AGAIN
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN
  • You’ll come
  • Let Your glory fall
  • As You respond to us
  • Spirit rain
  • Flood into our thirsty hearts again
  • You’ll come
  • You’ll come

Verse Two

  • AFRAID WE NOT (negative head nod)
  • CL:2 (fall over) NOT
  • LORD YOU WE WAIT WILL
  • MIGHTY SAVIOR
  • WIN/VICTORY / TRUTH
  • LORD YOU WE WAIT WILL
  • We are not shaken
  • We are not moved
  • We wait upon You, Lord
  • Mighty Deliverer
  • Triumph and Truth
  • We wait upon You, Lord

Pre-Chorus

  • TRULY SUN SUN-RISE SAME (2 hands)
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • SAME (2 hands) YOUR PROMISE CONTINUE
  • As surely as the sun will rise
  • You’ll come to us
  • Certain as Your word endures

Chorus

  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • YOUR GLORY RAIN
  • HE RESPOND (to left) US
  • HOLY SPIRIT RAIN
  • FILL-UP AGAIN
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN
  • You’ll come
  • Let Your glory fall
  • As You respond to us
  • Spirit rain
  • Flood into our thirsty hearts again
  • You’ll come
  • You’ll come

Bridge

  • ADDICTION /BURDEN CHAIN-RELEASE
  • CHAOS RELATIONSHIP-TO-GOD
  • DOUBT / SELF-CENTERED FOCUS-GOD
  • JESUS CHRIST SHOW-ME SHOW-THEM
  • Chains be broken
  • Lives be healed
  • Eyes be opened
  • Christ is revealed

Chorus

  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • YOUR GLORY RAIN
  • HE RESPOND (to left) US
  • HOLY SPIRIT RAIN
  • FILL-UP AGAIN
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN WILL
  • YOU CL:1-COME-DOWN
  • You’ll come
  • Let Your glory fall
  • As You respond to us
  • Spirit rain
  • Flood into our thirsty hearts again
  • You’ll come
  • You’ll come

 

Vocabulary and Practice for Signing Hillsong’s “You’ll Come”

 

Signing Hillsong’s “You’ll Come” with Music (with coaching)

 

Signing Hillsong’s “You’ll Come” with Music (no coaching)

 

Notes on Signing Songs, Translating, and More

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