Temporal Tendencies (10.1)
Cost of Items (10.2 & 10.5)
Opinions of Others (10.4)
Telling Where Items Are Located (10.7)
Preferences (10.8)
100

What is the opposite of the sign meaning "to attend regularly"?

"To intentionally miss class/work"

100
Correctly sign the amount of cents: 1-9 cents

1-5, palm facing in, index finger touching forehead

6-9, palm facing out, index finger touching forehead

100

What is the opposite of the sign meaning "cheerful"?

"Stuck up"

100

Explain using ASL that the PRINT are located where you see in this classroom. 

PRINTER WHERE? CLASSROOM, RIGHT CORNER, ON TABLE

100

True or false: When asking about people's preference, the topic always comes first.

True

200

What is the opposite of the sign meaning "to be nosy"?

"To show respect"

200

Sign this sentence with correct ASL grammar: "Stamps cost 67 cents."

STAMPS COST HOW MUCH? 67 CENTS

200

What is the opposite of the sign meaning "sweet"?

"Mean"

200

Explain using ASL that the TEACHER is located where you see in classroom.

Ex: TEACHER WHERE? SHE STAND-UP (point) IN-FRONT CLASS

200

Sign this sentence using correct ASL grammar: "Do you prefer warm or cool weather?"

WEATHER YOU PREFER, WARM, COOL, WHICH?

300

Sign 3 different ways to call someone "extroverted." (Hint: there are 4)

Talk-talk-talk (4-hand touching mouth)

Converse-converse-converse

Meet-meet-meet

Mingle

300

Sign this sentence with correct ASL grammar: "One movie ticket costs 13 dollars."

MOVIE TICKET 1 COSTS HOW MUCH? 13 DOLLARS

300

Sign this sentence using correct ASL grammar: "My brother tends to cause trouble."

MY BROTHER (point) CAUSE TROUBLE

300

Describe how you get to the parking lots from B307 classroom in ASL 

B307 CLASSROOM WHERE I-AM NOW, OUT-ROOM, WALK LEFT, DOWNSTAIR TO 1ST FLOOR, WALK SEE THE DOORS WHERE GO-OUT. THERE PARKING-ALOT

300

Sign this sentence using correct ASL grammar: "Do you prefer to call or text people on the phone?"

PHONE YOU PREFER CALL (non-dom) TEXT (dom) WHICH?

400

Sign this sentence with correct ASL grammar: "My roommate is focused and well-organized."

MY ROOMMATE (point) FOCUSED (non-dom) WELL-ORGANIZED (dom)

400

Sign this sentence with correct ASL grammar: "An apple and soup costs $6.50."

APPLE (non-dom) SOUP (dom) COST HOW MUCH? $6.50

400

Sign this sentence using correct ASL grammar: "Your friend Kate is quiet and strange."

YOUR FRIEND NAME K-A-T-E (point) QUIET (non-dom) STRANGE (dom)

400

Explain using ASL that the WHITE CLOSET where you see in classroom.

WHITE CLOSET, WHERE? LEFT-CORNER THERE WHERE WE USUALLY GRAB GAMES. 

400
Sign this sentence using correct ASL grammar: "Do you prefer to meet quiet or talkative people?"

MEET PEOPLE YOU PREFER QUIET (non-dom) TALKATIVE (dom) WHICH?

500

Sign this sentence with correct ASL grammar: "My boss tends to complain, argue, and criticize."

MY BOSS, HE COMPLAIN (non-dom) ARGUE (middle) CRITICIZE (dom)

500

Sign this sentence with correct ASL grammar: "I bought eggs, cereal, and sugar at the store, and it cost $20.86."

I GO STORE, EGGS (non-dom) CEREAL (middle) SUGAR (dom) I BUY. COST HOW MUCH? $20.86

500

What is the difference between the signs "lacking effort" and "easygoing"? Express the answer in ASL.

Lacking effort: mouth shape "th"

Easygoing: mouth shape "mm"

500

Explain using ASL that the ANNOUNCEMENT is located where you see in classroom. 

Ex: ANNOUNCEMENT WHERE? UP CL:B CEILING SEE WHITE CIRCLE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT

500

Sign this sentence using correct ASL grammar: "Do you prefer to work at a job you hate but get paid a lot of money or a job that's fun but doesn't pay well?"

WORK YOU PREFER JOB YOU HATE, (BUT) MONEY PAY LOTS (non-dom) JOB FUN (BUT) MONEY PAY SMALL (dom) WHICH?

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