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Series 3 Lesson
12: Travel Terms
bag or suitcase
- Role play
checking into a hotel,
getting your room number, taking your suitcase to your room, and asking
where the restaurant is located.
scene could be
in the restaurant where you role play ordering a meal.
- RULES: No
If you don't know the sign for a word, fingerspell.
- You may wish
review numbers, direction
signs, and food
signs from previous lessons before beginning.
of Sign Action
right arm at your side, grasping an invisible bag or suitcase handle.
Tap hand on top of
to indicate the dome on top of a taxi.
|Make a right "H" hand and place it on the left
index finger of a "D" sign, touching the little-finger edge of the
right hand to the left finger tip. Then move the "H" fingers back and
forth to represent the flickering of a hotel's sign.
|Touch a right crooked finger on the palm of the
left palm (turned inward) and twist the right hand forward 180 degrees
as if turning a key in a lock.
Place the right slightly bend
hand in the palm
of the left upturned hand. Then move the right hand out of the left, as
if removing money from it.
Face open flat palms toward
each other, fingers pointing forward. Move both hands simultaneously to
the right in several movements, hesitating slightly between motions as
if sectioning off the parts of a plan. Alternate sign: Some signers
move the hands to the right and then to the left, rather than in one
Touch the fingertips of a
right "R" hand to the right side of the lips.
Place "R" hands to the front
the body with palms facing. Then rotate both wrists so that the
left "R" hand is close to the body and the right hand is further away
(palms of both hands facing inward).
|Place the thumbs of open
hands (palms facing each other) on the chest. Tap the chest twice.
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ASL Survival Signs
ASL Signs of Spring
ASL Signs of Summer
ASL Signs of Fall
ASL Signs of Winter
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