SUNDAY

SUNDAY
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English Equivalent: SUNDAY
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I'm never going to be able to follow along when someone else is signing!

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Savvy User Danielle Savvy Guest
Wednesday, March 8, 2017

I put my question at the top so hopefully someone will at least read that, Isnt this signed the same as great/wonderful? Besides the word order (syntax) & the grammar, there are like 5 variations of signs for every word, and 1 sign can also mean up to like 10 different words, I understand you use context clues to figure it out but with so many variations & different meanings for each sign, how would I always be sure of what exactly they were trying to say? I can't ask them to Fingerspell each sign I'm unsure of..figuring out if they said Sunday or great won't be hard, but what about signs that mean *definately, Actually, really, of coarse, actual, sure, true, & truth*? Or *past, before, last, previously, a few minutes ago,used to & were*? I need an ASL buddy if anyone cares to add me on Facebook, names Danielle Rounds, I'd appreciate any help, practice & any extra motivation/encouragement, I have noone to practice or learn with..

practice is key

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Jillian @ Signing Savvy Savvy Admin
Saturday, April 29, 2017

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