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Learn the Ins and Outs of ASL Grammar

Simply put,  grammar is a set of general rules to follow when forming sentences. ASL grammar is different than English. For example, in English, question words (who, what, why, when, how) usually come at the beginning of a sentence. In ASL they usually come at the end the sentence! 

In this online class, you will learn the basics of ASL grammar including sign meanings, sentence types, parts of speech, sentence structure, slang, subject-object agreement and much more.  

Day: Monday, February 22
Time: 8-9:30 PM (Eastern)
Teacher: Edna Johnston
Cost: $20  (ASDC members save $5)

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