34 often in asl tense is not state at all why is this

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34. Often, in ASL, tense is not state at all. Why is this? a. It is understood from the context b. The tense has already been established 35. If the tense (time) is being signed in an ASL sentence, where is it usually located? a. At the beginning of the sentence 36. What is “extended narrative” when referring to ASL and Deaf culture? a. A relaxed pace of discourse. Details are provided and usually takes a long time Chapter 4 1. What are the three most popular colleges/universities that Deaf people attend? a. Gallaudet University, RIT/NTID, CSUN 2. Why would a student attend one of these college mentioned in question 1? a. The student would receive their education in their preferred language, ASL. They would be surrounded by other Deaf people like them 3. The sign “institution” is still used in ASL for the concept of Deaf school, why does it not translate the same today in English? a. It has a negative connotation 4. Why do Deaf people consider Deaf schools as a home? a. It is a place where communication happens without communication barriers. Students would spend their weeks, and sometimes weekends, there instead of with their hearing families 5. What are three ways that Deaf students received their education throughout history? a. Deaf Schools (residential schools or signing schools), oral education (learning to speak or have interpreters mouth words without signing), public schools (neighborhood schools with interpreters and/or note-takers) 6. What is the over-the-ear device that can be used to amplify sound for some Deaf people? a. Hearing aid 7. What is the surgical device that can be used to amplify sound for some Deaf people? a. Cochlear implant
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