I am familiar with "Classifier: B"
I am able to discuss Laurent
___ I have taken the:
lesson 30 Vocabulary Practice Quiz
___ I have taken the general practice quiz for this
MEASURE-["size," "+person =engineer"]
also see: bracelet]
WAY-[street, road, avenue]
[compare with: "HALL"]
Practice sheet 30.A
01. YOUR SOCK DRAWER, what-COLOR?
02. THIS BUILDING HAVE ELEVATOR?
BUILDING, FLOORS, HOW-MANY?
04. YOUR HOUSE, FURNITURE, what-COLOR?
EMAIL, YOU GIVE-UP FROM-NOW-ON FOR $200,000 YOU?
Practice sheet 30.B
JANITOR THIS BUILDING, YOU KNOW HIS/HER NAME?
07. CAR MACHINE-[engine], YOU KNOW HOW F-I-X?
08. SHOE what-SIZE YOU?
09. WEEK-[every] MEETING HOW-MANY YOU? (Every week, how many meetings do you
10. HAIR, YOU PREFER what-COLOR?
Practice sheet 30.C
11. YOU THINK MOST SELL-AGENT FRIENDLY?
12. YOU START LEARN LEARN SIGN, WHEN? (When did you start learning how to
SUPPOSE YOUR DOG SICK, YOU CARRY VET? (If your dog gets sick do you
take it to the veterinarian?)
14. IT WALL,
_______, COST HOW-MUCH?
[fill in the blank]
Practice sheet 30.D
16. YOUR HOUSE, STREET,
17. YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANT WHAT?
SUPPOSE THIS CLASS YOU FAIL, RESPONSIBLE WHO?
19. TOMORROW AFTERNOON,
20. YOUR FAMILY ANY MEASURE+AGENT-[engineer]? (Are there any
engineers in your family?)
Note: Suppose your partner asks you how much your watch costs and you don't know because it was a gift, you might answer, "DON'T KNOW, DAD he-GIVE-me."
NOTE: You can use the sign "measure" can be modified to mean "size" or
"measurement." To do this the sign starts with the thumbs separated by about an inch
from each other then moves together so that the thumbs touch, then repeats
The sign MEASURE+AGENT-(engineer) starts with the thumbs touching and twists (pivoting at the thumb) so that the pinkies move up and down in an alternating fashion.
To sign "IT" as in "IT WALL COLOR," just point at any nearby wall.
Using "IT" in this manner is the equivalent of saying the English word
The concept of WEEKLY or every-WEEK is expressed by repeating the
Substitution Drill ideas:
BUILDING, YOU KNOW HIS/HER NAME?
[Point at a student], YOU KNOW HIS/HER NAME?
TEACHER, YOU KNOW HIS/HER NAME?
YOU KNOW MY NAME?
THIS BUILDING HAVE ELEVATOR?
THIS BUILDING HAVE CANDY MACHINE?
THIS BUILDING HAVE COFFEE MACHINE?
THIS BUILDING HAVE BATHROOM?
Here is a list of the combined vocabulary in this lesson.
That includes both current vocabulary and vocabulary introduced in previous
WHAT-(eyebrows method, don't need a separate sign)
Response vocabulary: blonde / red / brown / black /
For a practice quiz,
visit: Lesson 30 Practice Quiz
Check with your instructor or your syllabus regarding any graded
quizzes for this lesson.