You become a member of the Deaf Community simply by losing your hearing. (1 point)
American Sign Language is (1 point)
used by Deaf people all over the world.
an aural/oral language.
thousands of years old.
a visual/gestural language.
Much of ASL vocabulary can be traced to French Sign Language cognates (roots). (1 point)
Capital letters joined together by hyphens represent a fingerspelled word. (1 point)
A common structure of ASL sentences that is used requires you to repeat the subject pronoun at the ___________. (1 point)
beginning of a sentence.
in the middle of a sentence.
after the sentence.
end of a sentence.
The handshapes and body movement in ASL serve as the: (1 point)
words and sounds
look and feel
The four parameters of signed words are: (1 point)
handshape, body movement, posture and sound
handshape, orientation, location and movement
words, sounds, handshapes, location
What is not an accepted way to get someone’s attention in the Deaf community? (1 point)
flashing the overhead lights
Deaf children always have deaf parents. (1 point)
What does ASL stand for? (1 point)
Association of Sign Language
American Sign Language
American Signed Linguistics
If a word is followed by the symbol ++, then it means what? (1 point)
sign is repeated
sign is a proper noun
the sign is an abbreviation
When you are communicating with a Deaf person who has an interpreter, you should only talk to the interpreter and ignore the Deaf person.
How old was Helen Keller when she lost her sight and hearing? (1 point)
The word “Deaf” is often capitalized because it refers to the physical nature of Deafness. (1 point)
Who was largely responsible for the development of education for the deaf? (1 point)
I am not trying to be rude, but perhaps you would not be as lost if you put as much time into studying as you have posting this same question REPEATEDLY in the recent past.
READ the questions and the answer options- some are absolutely obvious.
2: a visual/ gestural Language
5: end of a sentence
7: Hand shape, orientation, location, and movement
11: A sign that is used as a persons name in the deaf community
15: American Sign Language
16: sign is repeated
18: 19 months
2. used by deaf people all over the world
5. beginning of the sentence
7. handshape, orientation, location, movement
15. American Sign Language
16. sign is repeated
18. 19 months
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