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American Sign Language 2: Topics
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Section 1
sixteen

ALWAYS, PAST, temporal adverbs, plurals.

Section 2
seventeen

Mainstreaming, food vocabulary.

Section 3
eighteen

Manually coded English, Classifer A, classifier 3, transportation vocabulary.

Section 4
nineteen

Pidgin signed English, feelings vocabulary.

Section 5
twenty

Incorporation of size and shape, classifiers C, classifier G, classifier R, people describing vocabulary.

Section 6
twentyone

Classifier V, role taking, gender in ASL, profession and work vocabulary.

Section 7
twenty

Lexicalized fingerspelling, money vocabulary.

Section 8
twenty

Indexing on the non-dominant hand, classifier 4, school life vocabulary.

Section 9
twenty

Comparison adjectives, classifier quantifiers, classifier 6, comparison adjective vocabulary.

Section 10
twenty

Adverbs, conceptually accurate signs, directions vocabulary.

Section 11
twentysix

Regional dialects, Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, the outdoor vocabulary.

Section 12
twenty

Formal vs. casual signing, decontextualized signing, food vocabulary.

Section 13
twenty

Rochester method, classifier F, clothing vocabulary.

Section 14
twenty

Total communication, Gallaudet University, people describing vocabulary.

Section 15
thirty

Classifier B, Laurent Clerc, business place vocabulary.

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