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This six-page chart covers:
Introduction to American signal Language
The guide alphabet
Numbers
Greetings and phrases
Question words
Days and time of day
Family contributors and people
Clothing
Colors
Food and meals
Emotions and feelings
Time
Around the house
Health and the body
Money
Nature and the weather
Opposites
Plurals, verb tenses, and negation
ASL vs. Signed English

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Have yo u le t the flo g ou t? Cou ld y ou pick u p me/pick me up fro m t he office? Jason made it up/made up it. Nat alie went back her prom ise on /went back on her pro m ise. 1im asked you after/asked after yo u . Can yo u look after my puppy/look my puppy after ? it ............. ... ? e Fi nd and co rrect t he m ist akes. a b c d e t 9 h He kept w orking on all night. I th ink I' ll go w ith Charlie o ut if he asks me . Yo u' ll feel bett er wh en yo u'v e go t yo ur co ld ov er. Yo u should n't put w ith yo ur salar y up.

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