American Sign Language translation ASL MM nmmm

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  1. Write the sentence in English first. Underneath the sentence, write the ASL equivalent—what you would sign. If the signing needs any nonmanual markers (nmm), mouth morphemes (MM), inflection, or classifiers, write that description either within or below the ASL translation, in brackets.

This is an example:

English: Jill walked down the hall of the school. “Hi, Jan,” said Jill.

ASL: J-I-L-L THERE SCHOOL HAPPEN J-I-L-L WALK [CL:1 to show walking]. SEE J-A-N SAY HI J-A-N! [use inflection with eyebrows lifted, smiling]

English: “My art is in the show!” said Jill.

ASL: J-I-L-L THERE [CL:1 shows Jill’s placement on one side, where she is talking] SAY J-I-L-L MY ART IN S-H-O-W ALL PEOPLE SEE ART! [add inflection by showing excitement with face; use CL:1 to show THERE; use CL: 2 to show the gaze of the people looking around at the art]

This is mine:

English: “Will you go see my art with me, it is the experience of a lifetime?!” said Jill

ASL:

English: “Yes! That would be amazing I can’t wait to see the image.” said Jan

ASL:

English: “I think we should go after school at 3pm on a Wednesday, what do you think?” said Jill

ASL:

English: “I think that would be a great time to meet at, I’ll meet you by the school library so we can go in the cafeteria together.” said Jan

ASL:

English: “Did you know I actually created my art because of my support and inspiration for De’VIA art, it gets you into your own persona?” said Jill

ASL:

English: “Wow that’s pretty cool! I have never heard of that before, can you clarify?” asked Jan

ASL:

English:”So De’VIA art stands for Deaf View/Image Art which therefore represents the viewpoints and experiences of Deaf Artists.” expressed Jill.

ASL:

English: “Wow that is really inspirational, this makes a great difference in art that I can’t even identify.” said Jan

ASL:

English: “Yeah I have to say expression helps me understand more of the Deaf culture, I hope it helps you as well.” said Jill

ASL:

English: “I really can’t wait to see what you had in mind for your picture, I am super excited!” said Jan

ASL:

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School: UIUC

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American Sign Language translation
English: “Will you go see my art with me, it is the experience of a lifetime?!” said Jill
ASL: J-I-L-L THERE [CL: 1 shows Jill`s talking about her art by placement on one side] SAY JI-L-L MY ART IS A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE! [add infection by showing excitement with
face]
English: “Yes! That would be amazing I can’t wait to see the image.” said Jan
ASL: J-A-N THERE [CL: 1 shows Jan`s is amazed to see his art] SEE J-A-N I CAN`T WAIT!
[add inflection with eyebrows lifted, smiling]
English: “I think we should go after school at...

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Anonymous
Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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