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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

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

    Classifier Predicates: 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)

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  • Classifiers in American Sign Language
    Classifiers in American Sign Language

    Depicting Verbs (Classifiers) are used in American Sign Language to show movement, location, and appearance. After a signer indicates what is being depicted (car, truck, bus, etc.), a classifier can be used in its place to show where and how it moves, what it looks like, and where it is located

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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 be integrated 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 Revised, 1.pub (Read-Only)
    Classifiers Revised, 1.pub (Read-Only)

    with classifiers G – Small thin object like a cigarette or ci-gar, shape of an eye-brow or mouth, pe-rimeter or frame of an object. Title: Classifiers Revised, 1.pub (Read-Only) Created Date:

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  • The 8 ASL Classifiers by Angela Greer - Prezi
    The 8 ASL Classifiers by Angela Greer - Prezi

    Apr 12, 2014 The 8 Classifiers: ASL Lingustics Angela Greer What are classifiers? Classifiers are a morphological unit of ASL. (morphology = a unit of meaning in a language, like words or intonation in English) Classifiers represent nouns and their function. They provide more information than

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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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  • Classifiers in American Sign Language - dummies
    Classifiers in American Sign Language - dummies

    Classifiers in ASL may sound complicated but they are not; they are a fun way to explain the finer points of the message you are conveying. Once you get the hang of them, you can show off your skill to your Deaf friends and let them teach you more about classifiers. Classifiers are nothing more […]

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  • Free American Sign Language Classes | Start ASL
    Free American Sign Language Classes | Start ASL

    Oct 02, 2019 A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar, read Chapter 5 (ASL Morphology), Section 5.3. (Classifiers). This section explains and demonstrates classifiers in ASL. It includes more detailed information and examples for practical application

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  • Introducing classifiers in sign language
    Introducing classifiers in sign language

    A classifier, abbreviated CL, in sign language is a signed morpheme or term that represents a particular group of objects or referents. It indicates the group to which a noun belongs. For example, the classifier horizontal 3-handshape can represent an object in a group of vehicles such as car, truck, bicycle, motorcycle, submarine, etc

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

    American Sign Language: Classifiers. Classifiers are special signs that can be used to show size, shape, location, orientation, direction, and movement path. The topic of classifiers is so complex and worthy of discussion that I've decided to develop a special section for it. See: CLASSIFIERS . Below is a temporary holding place for a logo

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  • ASL 1 - Classifiers Flashcards | Quizlet
    ASL 1 - Classifiers Flashcards | Quizlet

    ASL 1 - Classifiers. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. thelalliers. Terms in this set (20) Cl: 1. Used to describe an upright animal or person Used to outline shapes Shows things that are (relatively) long and skinny such as a pencil, a stick, a person, etc

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  • ASL Classifiers Flashcards | Quizlet
    ASL Classifiers Flashcards | Quizlet

    Morphology: ASL Classifiers. Classifiers are hand shapes we use in ASL to show the movement, placement, orientation, size and/or shape of a noun (a person or an object). You must first identify the noun, and then you can use a classifier to show how the

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  • (PDF) Understanding sign language classifiers through a
    (PDF) Understanding sign language classifiers through a

    Predicate classifiers (Allan, 1977) are the category of spoken language classifier to which sign language classifiers have been compared to most often. An example is shown in (2) where the part of the predicate meaning ‘collection’ specifies the characteristics of the referent and the class of object (flat, flexible, in a pile, etc.) to

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