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Lesson 38:

Resources:
Level 03 (Lessons 31 - 45) Practice Cards (in MS Word .doc format)

Vocabulary:

ARGUE-[quarrel]
AWKWARD-[clumsy]
DECIDE-[determine]
DISCUSS
DISGUSTED
FIRE-(terminate)-[excommunicate]
HISTORY
LOUD
MEMBER-[congress, faculty, senate, staff]
POSTPONE-[put-off]
PRESSURE-[stress]
PRINCIPAL
QUIET
STUCK
SUGGEST-[offer, propose]
SUPPORT-[loyal]
TAKE-EASY
THINK-SAME-[agree]
WIN


Review:
IDEA (from Lesson 4)

 



Practice sheet 38.A
01. YOU SOMETIMES ARGUE YOUR DAD?
02. ROLLER-SKATE YOU AWKWARD YOU?
03. RESTAURANT ORDER, YOU DECIDE EASY YOU?
04. POLITICS, YOU LIKE DISCUSS?
05. KETCHUP CL:C-"bottle sitting there," GRAPES CL:-[weak-hand, "grapes"] strong-hand:-"dump_ketchup_on_grapes," strong-hand:-"eat_a_grape" YOU THINK DISGUST YOU?


Practice sheet 38.B
06. SUPPOSE BOSS FIRE YOU, HOW FEEL?
07. HISTORY, YOU LIKE STUDY?
08. SATURDAY NIGHT what-DO, YOU HAVE IDEA?
09. MUSIC, YOU LIKE LOUD YOU?
10. YOU MEMBER ORGANIZATION what-NAME?

Practice sheet 38.C
11. PRINCIPAL, YOU REMEMBER HIS/HER NAME?
12. FOR YOU STUDY, MUST ROOM QUIET?
13. SNOW, YOU DRIVE, SOMETIMES STUCK YOU?
14. SUPPOSE SIGN CLASS PARTY, YOU SUGGEST what-DO?
15. DURING COLLEGE YOUR PARENTS SUPPORT YOU?


Practice sheet 38.D
16. SUNDAY YOU TAKE-EASY YOU?
17. I LOVE SALAD, THINK TRUE DELICIOUS, THINK-SAME YOU?
18. C-H-E-S-S, SUPPOSE WE-TWO PLAY, YOU THINK WIN WHO?
19. DENTIST APPOINTMENT, YOU WANT POSTPONE?
20. DURING TEST YOU FEEL PRESSURE YOU?


 

NOTES:

POLITICS:  The sign for "politics" uses an initialized form of the sign "GOVERNMENT." You do the sign for GOVERNMENT but you do it with a "P" handshape. Hmmm, actually it is more of a "K" than a "P" since the orientation is with the index finger pointing up and the tip of the middle finger touches the forehead.


VIDEO RELAY SERVICE (VRS):  A Video Relay Service is a type of interpreter service that allows Deaf persons to use a Video Phone to call an interpreter who then calls a Hearing person (or electronic answering system) and relays messages between the Deaf person and the person being called.


Hearing Ear Dogs:  Service animals that have been specifically trained to assist Deaf persons.  For example, if someone knocks at the door the dog barks or otherwise alerts the Deaf person. Another example is if a Deaf person gets out of the car and accidentally drops her keys--the dog will hear it and alert the Deaf person.  

 


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