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Lauren Powell 10/22/09 LIN 306 41385 Hw#5 i. VOTE v. TEA—They both use the same hand position, but “tea” is moved in a circular pattern while in “vote” the fingers are just inserted into the other hand. ii. RED v. CUTE—The sign for “red” is made in the center of the chin and with one finger, while the sign for “cute” is made off to the side of the chin and with two fingers. iii. FATHER v. MOTHER—The sign for “father” is made at the forehead, while the sign for “mother” is made at the chin iv. PEOPLE v. PARTY—The same hand shapes are used however, different motions are made. Party uses a side-to-side motion while people is circular. v. DOG—The sign for “dog” was chosen to be this motion because that is the way people call their dogs. Patting the leg and snapping is a way to get the dog’s attention, so these motions became the sign for “dog” Chapter 2 2. a) Printed Spoken Reason Liberty Freedom Liberty and freedom are both human rights, but they have different meanings. Canary Parrot Both are birds, but different species of birds. Abroad Overseas Both involve traveling, but abroad doesn’t have to mean overseas if you are staying on the same continent.
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