2 what is ntd a national theater of the deaf est

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2. What is NTD? a. National Theater of the Deaf (est. 1960s) 3. What are some activities that Deaf people are involved in for leisure? a. Everything that hearing people are involved in! Sports of all kinds, card games, theater, music and so on 4. What are directional verbs? Describe the two types. a. Provides more information about where events are happening and who is involved b. Movement verbs: shows movement from place to place i. Must establish where the two locations are in space c. Agreeing verbs: shows who is involved with the verb i. Agreement occurs with the subject and the object by the movement of the verb ii. Starts at the subject and moved to the object iii. Pronouns are not signed with agreement verbs 5. How do you know if something is coming to “here”? a. The neutral space located in front of the signer can be moved to in order to show “here” 6. Identify what the non-manual signals mean when used in ASL? a. Tongue out i. Something done or arranged in a haphazardly, unplanned or random way b. Teeth i. Great intensity c. Puffed cheeks i. Great quantity of something d. Cha i. Very large e. Oo i. Extremely small, short or thin 7. When using number incorporation, how do you know when an event is occurring in the past and in the future? a. Events that occur in the future move forward in front of the body b. Events that occur in the past move backward behind the body 8. What numbers can be incorporated with the sign YEAR? a. 1-5 9. What numbers cannot be incorporated into time signs? a. Numbers above 10 10. What facial expression is used when signing a rhetorical question? a. Eyebrows raised 11. How is a rhetorical question produced in ASL? a. Eyebrows raised, wh-question word used, slightly pause after the wh-question word
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12. What sign can be used to replace the English word “because”? a. WHY 13. Where are adjectives placed in an ASL sentence? a. Before or after the noun 14. How are commands formed in ASL? a. Making eye contact with the person you are commanding to do something and sharply nodding your head b. The verb is usually signed very quickly c. Facial expression is more intense
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