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CLASSIFIER C (CL:C)/ CLASSIFIER C MODIFIED The C handshape helps describe the round shape of an object, or the thickness of an object Example: a thick stack of paper Classifier C modified is a similar shape to CL:C. It is used to indicate how round, flat, or thick something can be

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  • "Classifiers" American Sign Language (ASL)
    "Classifiers" American Sign Language (ASL)

    A classifier (in ASL) is a sign that represents a general category of things, shapes, or sizes. A predicate is the part of a sentence that modifies (says something about or describes) the topic of the sentence or some other noun or noun phrase in the sentence

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  • Identify different classes of classifiers - ASL Dictionary
    Identify different classes of classifiers - ASL Dictionary

    In ASL, a noun should be signed first before using its classifier to refer to it until a subject or noun is changed. A classifier can integrate into a pronoun, an adjective, a verb, an adverb, and/or a preposition. Classifiers. ASL linguistics describes several different classes of classifiers

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  • Classifiers: a list of CL handshapes - ASL Dictionary
    Classifiers: a list of CL handshapes - ASL Dictionary

    Examples of classifier handshapes in sign language. A list below outlines some examples of how classifier handshapes can be used in American Sign Language (ASL). Note that you should name a noun first before using a classifier in sentences. CL:1 - pen, pencil, pole, an upright person

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  • Introducing classifiers in sign language - ASL Dictionary
    Introducing classifiers in sign language - ASL Dictionary

    Introducing classifiers in American Sign Language. Classifier in sign language is a signed word that represents a particular group of objects or referents. A classifier handshape may be incorporated with a movement, palm orientation, and/or location to convey rich information in a predicate. For example, the classifier horizontal 3-handshape

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  • "Classifier 1" American Sign Language (ASL)
    "Classifier 1" American Sign Language (ASL)

    CL:1 : The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for CL:1 / classifier 1 The 1 -handshape classifier (CL:1) is typically used to show long skinny things: pencil pole person standing in a certain location person walking upright one-lane road tree-branch stick rod knife

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  • Classifier: instrumental classifiers (ICL) - ASL Dictionary
    Classifier: instrumental classifiers (ICL) - ASL Dictionary

    Instrumental classifiers in sign language. The handshapes of instrumental classifier show how an object is being handled, held, or used. E.g. using a tool, holding a book, cutting with a knife, pushing a button, lifting a jar lid, pulling a nail, etc. E.g. walking with a dog (CL:T2-holding-leash), vacuuming (CL:T2), pouring (CL:Y), etc

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  • 40 ASL HANDSHAPES - ASL Deafined
    40 ASL HANDSHAPES - ASL Deafined

    40 ASL HANDSHAPES A :$$with,$aunt,$sweetheart,$practice,$live U $cute,$uncle Open$A $$girl,$not,$which,$remember,$ tomorrow$,yesterday V $stuck,$see,$either

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  • Facial grammar describing sizes: OO, MM, CHA in ASL signing
    Facial grammar describing sizes: OO, MM, CHA in ASL signing

    The signer first signed the noun beer and then the classifier predicate (the verb phrase including a classifier). Very tall! Note that the handshape of this ASL adjective is usually referred to a human or a two-legged animal (e.g. Sasquatch), and sometimes four-legged animals

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  • ASL • American Sign Language
    ASL • American Sign Language

    ASL - American Sign Language: free, self-study sign language lessons including an ASL dictionary, signing videos, a printable sign language alphabet chart (fingerspelling), Deaf Culture study materials, and resources to help you learn sign language. Good for homeschool sign language classes, parents (baby signing), interpreters, and people who just want to learn fun ASL phrases like hello

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  • Prepositions and locatives in American Sign Language
    Prepositions and locatives in American Sign Language

    Classifier is a pronoun-like linguistic symbol that represents a class or group of referents. A noun is usually signed first before using its classifier to refer to it until a subject or noun is changed the same way you use a noun before you use she/he/it . Example: leaking liquids. The signer uses a classifier and movement for the ASL

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  • ASL Classifiers Flashcards
    ASL Classifiers Flashcards

    Semantic Classifier: Functions similarly to LCL by representing an object in a specific place (sometimes indicating movement. The handshape represents the whole object and represents it abstractly (very minimal or no iconic relationship to the object's appearance). Hand shapes are: Open A- representing upright, non-moving objects, Sideways 3

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  • Introduction Understanding sign language classifiers
    Introduction Understanding sign language classifiers

    American Sign Language (ASL), which is derived from French Sign Language. Different sign languages have different histories: the first records of signing in Britain go back to the 16th century, while Nicaraguan Sign Language is believed to have developed only within the past 30

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  • American Sign Language Classifiers Lesson X
    American Sign Language Classifiers Lesson X

    A classifier (in ASL) is a sign that represents a general category of things, shapes, or sizes. A predicate is the part of a sentence that modifies (says something about or describes) the topic of the sentence or some other noun or noun phrase in the sentence. (Valli & Lucas, 2000) Example: JOHN HANDSOME

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  • Identify different classes of classifiers - ASL
    Identify different classes of classifiers - ASL

    Classifier is a linguistic symbol that represents a class or group of objects or subjects. It represents a group of referents. In summary, it is described as a pronoun-like representation of a noun. In ASL, a noun should be signed first before using its classifier to refer to it until a subject or noun is changed

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  • Introducing classifiers in sign language - ASL
    Introducing classifiers in sign language - ASL

    Introducing classifiers in American Sign Language. Classifier in sign language is a signed word that represents a particular group of objects or referents. A classifier handshape may be incorporated with a movement, palm orientation, and/or location to convey rich information in a predicate. For example, the classifier horizontal 3-handshape can represent an object in a group of vehicles such as car, truck, bicycle

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