ASL University - Lesson 12

  1. equal, fair
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  2. than
    • Your dominant hand (which is the right hand for most people) moves down past your non-dominant hand. The dominant hand whacks the tip of the non-dominant hand a bit while moving downward. The non-dominant hand doesn't move.
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  3. less-than, "below that amount," "from there on down"
    • The left hand doesn't move. The right hand starts under the left hand and moves downward.
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  4. less
    • The left hand doesn't move. The right hand (dominant hand) moves downward toward the left hand.
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  5. more-than, "Over that amount," "above that amount," "exceeding," "above and beyond," "from that point up"
    • The left hand doesn't move. The right hand starts on top of the left hand and moves upward.
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  6. limit
    • Both hands slice forward. Some people "twist" the hands forward a bit as you see me doing here:
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  7. maximum
    • Only the right hand moves. Start with the right hand a bit above and behind the left hand. Then bring (or twist) the right hand forward with a firm stop.
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  8. minimum
    • Only the right hand moves. Start with the right hand a bit
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  9. afternoon
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  10. too much
    • This sign is similar to "more than" but the nonmanual marker (body language) is one of a negative headshake, and "ooh" mouth morpheme, and squinted eyes. Also, the right hand travels in a backward arc as it moves upward.
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  11. day
    • V1. -
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  12. everyday, daily, common, regularly
    • double movement
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  13. Friday
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ASL University - Lesson 12
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ASL University at lifeprint.com, lesson 12
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