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The American Sign Language phrase book

Author: Louie J Fant; Barbara Bernstein Fant; Betty G Miller
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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The authoritative source on ASL is better than ever with more than 50 new phrases For more than 20 years, The American Sign Language Phrase Book has been the go-to guide for the hearing impaired and those who need to communicate with them-family, teachers, and friends. Now this classic by ASL leader Lou Fant has been updated by his wife Barbara Fant to include signs for today's lifestyle.
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Genre/Form: Phrase books
Dictionaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Louie J Fant; Barbara Bernstein Fant; Betty G Miller
ISBN: 0071497137 9780071497138
OCLC Number: 190877142
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xv, 384 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface to the third edition --
1. How to use this book --
2. A guide to American Sign Language --
3. Greetings, salutations, and everyday expressions --
Hello --
Good morning --
Good afternoon --
Good night --
How are you? --
How have you been? --
I'm glad to see you --
See you later --
Good-bye --
I feel fine --
Additional vocabulary --
I haven't seen you for a long time --
Thank you --
Please --
No, thank you --
Pardon me --
Where is the restroom? --
Close/open the door/window --
Do you like to watch TV? --
Do you want to go to the movies? --
What's your phone number? --
Do you have a TTY? --
Do you have a car? --
May I go with you? --
Have a seat, please --
What time is it? --
I have to go home --
Where are you going? --
I'm sorry --
Have a nice Thanksgiving --
Merry Christmas --
Happy Hanukkah --
Happy New Year --
Happy birthday --
4. Signing and deafness --
I'm learning sign language --
Sign slowly, please --
Please repeat --
I can't fingerspell well --
I can fingerspell, but I can't read it well --
You sign fast --
I don't understand --
Would you write it, please? --
How do you sign _____?/What's the sign for _____? --
There's no sign for that ; You have to fingerspell it --
What does _____ mean? --
Are you deaf? --
I'm not deaf, I'm hearing --
I'm hard of hearing --
Do you use a hearing aid? --
Can you read lips? --
I speak a little --
How did you lose your hearing? --
How old were you when you became deaf? --
I was born deaf --
Are your parents deaf? --
I want to visit the club for deaf people --
I enjoy TV with captions --
I saw a captioned film last night --
Did you go to a residential school for deaf children? --
I went to a school for hearing children --
Gallaudet was the first college for deaf people --
Many deaf students enter hearing colleges --
Gallaudet University is in Washington, D.C. --
5. Getting acquainted --
What is your name? --
My name is _____ --
I'm happy to meet you --
Where are you from? --
Where were you born? --
May I introduce my wife --
Additional vocabulary --
Where do you work? --
What kind of work do you do? --
I'm a doctor --
Additional vocabulary --
Homemaker --
Do you go to school? --
Are you married? --
I'm single/divorced --
My husband/wife is dead --
Do you have any children? --
How many children do you have? --
How old are you? --
Do you mind if I smoke? --
It's all right/OK --
Smoking is not allowed. 6. Health --
How do you feel? --
Do you feel all right? --
I don't feel well --
Where does it hurt? --
My stomach is upset --
I have a cold --
My nose is runny --
My head aches --
I have a toothache/stomachache --
I need a dentist/doctor --
Do you have any aspirin? --
I've run out of medicine --
I have to buy some medicine --
I have to take pills --
You need to have an x-ray --
It's time to take your temperature --
You have to have a shot --
I feel better now --
I was in bed for two weeks --
Were any bones broken? --
You lost a lot of blood --
They have to draw some blood --
Have you ever had a tooth pulled? --
I had a physical last week --
My husband had an operation --
My wife is in the hospital --
My father passed away last month --
Call the ambulance --
Do you have hospitalization insurance? --
I have an appointment at 2:30 --
Where's my toothbrush? --
I want to brush my teeth --
I already took a bath/shower --
Wash your hands/face --
I haven't shaved yet --
May I borrow your hair dryer? --
Brush your hair --
I lost my comb --
7. Weather --
It's beautiful today --
The sun is hot --
I enjoy sitting in the sun --
It was cold this morning --
It will freeze tonight --
Maybe it will snow tomorrow --
There was thunder and lightning last night --
It rained yesterday --
Do you have a raincoat? --
I lost my umbrella --
Where are your galoshes/rubbers? --
It's windy today --
Yesterday evening at sunset, the clouds were beautiful --
I hope it clears up this afternoon --
I like spring/summer/autumn/winter best --
You have to have chains to drive in the mountains in winter --
I'm afraid of tornados --
What's the temperature? --
Has the snow melted? --
There was a flood last year --
The temperature is below zero --
Have you ever been in an earthquake? 8. Family --
Your father is nice looking --
You look like your mother --
My brother is younger than I --
My sister speaks several languages fluently --
His son wants to be an astronaut --
Her daughter works here --
My uncle is a farmer --
My aunt lives in town --
Your nephew gave me a book --
His niece will help you --
Her grandfather gave her grandmother a book --
My cousin is a pilot --
Who is that man? --
Did you see the woman? --
The baby is cute --
The girl told the boy that she loves him --
Father told the little boy to play outside --
The little girl's doll is broken --
How many children are coming? --
Our family is large/small --
We had a family reunion last summer --
We met at grandfather's farm --
Additional vocabulary words --
9. School --
Do you go to school?/Are you in school? --
I go to college --
I'm majoring in English --
Additional vocabulary for majors or courses of study --
Special education --
Physical therapy --
Computer science --
What course are you taking this semester? --
I'm a student --
Additional vocabulary --
I graduated last year --
I'm in graduate school now --
I like to study --
Where's the administration building? --
You've got to go to the library and do some research --
I got an A on my paper --
I studied all night --
Where's my calculator? --
My roommate and I live in a dorm --
I have a question --
Did you ask him? --
The teacher asked me a lot of questions --
No talking during the test --
We have a test tomorrow --
Close/open your books --
Begin/stop writing --
I lost my pencil --
Please don't erase the board --
Did you pass or fail/flunk? --
Any questions? --
You haven't turned in your paper to me yet --
She and I discussed it --
Let's take a break --
When you've been absent, you must bring an excuse. 10. Food and drink --
Have you eaten?/Did you eat?/Are you finished eating? --
I haven't eaten yet --
He eats too much --
Are you hungry? --
Let's you and I go to a restaurant --
What are you going to order? --
Do you want a cocktail? --
Do you want red or white wine? --
I'll have a scotch and water --
They have a lot of different beers --
He never drinks whiskey --
Do you want a soft drink? --
I want a tall Coke/Pepsi --
I like sandwiches and hamburgers --
Where's the waiter/waitress? --
The service is lousy --
I've been waiting 20 minutes --
I want a large/medium/small milk --
I'll have iced/hot tea --
I'll have coffee after I eat --
Do you want milk/cream and sugar? --
I take it black, please --
Sugar only/both, please --
The food is delicious --
The meat is too rare --
He/she does not eat meat. He/she's a vegetarian --
The vegetables are overdone --
Additional vocabulary --
Breakfast --
Lunch --
Supper/dinner --
Scrambled --
Soft/hard-boiled eggs --
Eggs sunny-side up --
Eggs over easy --
11. Clothing --
I have to go shopping --
What are you wearing tonight? --
That dress is an odd color --
Do you have any dirty clothes? --
I need to do some laundry --
Is there a laundromat nearby? --
He always dresses nicely --
The shirt and tie don't match --
Blue agrees with you --
My trousers are torn --
Can you sew on a button for me? --
I can't tie a bow tie --
Most women wear slacks nowadays --
Shirt and shoes are required --
I wear shorts every day in the summer --
She needs to wash out her skirt --
Your socks don't match --
Who took my hat? --
I can't fasten my belt --
When I took my coat to the cleaners, it shrunk. 12. Sports and recreation --
Do you like to play baseball? --
Additional vocabulary --
I run every day --
I enjoy going to the mountains to fish --
Can you ski? --
I went camping last summer --
I can roller-skate, but I've never tried ice-skating --
We went canoeing every day --
He has a sailboat --
She's an expert surfer --
I don't like to swim in the ocean --
Many people hunt in the fall --
He's crazy about betting on the horses --
She loves to ride horses --
He hopes to compete in the Olympics --
I hate calisthenics/exercising --
What do you do in your spare time? --
Do you like to dance? --
Do you want to learn to dance? --
Let's stop and rest now --
I go bowling every week --
13. Travel --
Someday I'm going to Africa --
Additional vocabulary --
Have you ever been to Japan? --
I'm flying to New York tonight --
Are your bags packed? --
I'll take you to the airport --
Which airline are you taking? --
What time does the plane take off? --
Do you have your ticket? --
May I see your ticket, please? --
The airport is closed due to fog --
The flight has been delayed an hour --
The flight has been canceled --
I have to change planes in Chicago --
There's a two-hour layover --
The seats are not reserved --
The plane is ready for boarding now --
Have you checked your luggage? --
Please fasten your seat belt --
Would you like a magazine or newspaper? --
We will land in 10 minutes --
Is somebody meeting you? --
I enjoy riding the train --
What time does the bus arrive? --
What time does the train leave? --
Have you bought your ticket? --
I'm going to the hotel to take a bath --
How long are you staying? --
The elevator is stuck --
Do you have a car? --
Can you drive? --
I don't have a license --
Do you know how to use a manual shift? --
It's illegal to park here overnight --
Slow down and make a right turn --
Make a left turn and stop --
Would you call me a cab, please? --
Come and visit me sometime --
14. Animals and colors. 15. Civics --
I'm a Democrat/Republican/Independent --
I voted ; did you? --
Who's the new president? --
Who won the election? --
The legislature/congress is responsible for passing laws --
She is a congresswoman --
He is a senator/governor/judge/lawyer --
We must pay taxes to support the government --
Our country is large --
I had to pay a parking fine --
Which city is the capitol? --
If you break the law, you might go to jail --
If you disobey the law, you will be punished --
You must obey the law --
The police arrested him for speeding --
She plans to sue them --
They are on strike against the company --
Last year the students protested --
I was on the picket line all morning --
I move we pass it --
I second the motion --
Did you receive a notification to appear in court? --
Do you belong to the PTA? --
He's on Social Security --
She gets the Supplementary Salary Income --
If you go to court, you should have a good lawyer --
16. Religion --
Are you a Christian? --
Judaism is an old religion --
Are you a Roman Catholic or a Protestant? --
He's an atheist --
Additional vocabulary for religious denominations --
Have you been baptized? --
I go to church every Sunday --
Jewish people go to temple on the Sabbath --
Which church do you belong to? --
He used to be a preacher/minister/pastor --
She's a missionary --
Do you want me to interpret the sermon? --
Choir --
Additional vocabulary --
Resurrection --
17. Numbers, time, dates, and money --
What's your number? --
My phone number is _____ --
It is 4:45 --
It is 6:15 --
It is ten till nine --
He is 87 years old --
I was born in 1911 --
My birthday is April 3, 1948 --
Additional vocabulary --
I'll see you next Monday --
I visited my aunt two months ago --
I bought a new house two years ago --
I graduate in two years --
I pay every three months --
He goes to the movies every Tuesday --
I see her every Saturday --
The Fourth of July is a holiday --
How much does the book cost? --
Have you a nickel/dime/quarter? --
Can you change a five? --
How much did you pay? --
It's under/over five dollars --
I paid less than you --
I have no money --
I'm broke --
How much does it cost to get in? --
How much does he owe? 18. Technology --
I have e-mail --
Would you mind giving me your e-mail address? --
Which Internet service provider do you use? AOL or MSN? --
Do you have cable TV? --
Where's the remote? --
I do not have cable service --
He/she has a high-definition TV --
Please fax me your résumé --
I bought a laptop --
What make is your computer? --
How much memory does your computer have? --
I don't have high-speed Internet access --
Copy and paste your document --
Download this program --
Have you printed your document? --
My printer is broken --
Please save your file --
I accidentally deleted my file --
Did you scan your photograph? --
Send your picture as an attachment --
My computer crashed! --
A virus destroyed my hard drive --
Which software do you prefer? --
Please burn a CD --
I will buy a DVD/VHS player --
A satellite dish is expensive! --
My camcorder works fine --
My parents gave me a 35-mm digital camera for my birthday --
My aunt got GPS for her boat --
iPods are very popular! --
That coffeehouse doesn't have Wi-Fi access --
What's the link to that blog? --
This theater downtown has open captioning --
My TV has closed captioning --
Which pager did you choose? --
I need to recharge my pager --
Mine's a Blackberry pager --
I will buy a Sidekick III pager --
I love video relay service! --
A few people use the voice carryover feature on the video relay service --
When you get home, check your video relay mail --
The wireless Internet relay on my pager is terrific! --
Sometimes I use the IP relay on my computer --
Deaf people text message their hearing friends --
Some deaf people have gotten cochlear implants --
How do you feel about cochlear implants? --
My deaf-blind friend has a closed-circuit television magnifier --
Did you see that vlog? --
Most deaf people use light-signaling devices for their doorbells, alarm clocks, videophones, and TTYs, and to alert them to a baby's cry --
Nowadays, deaf people are using video relay services rather than TTYs --
Appendix. The manual alphabet --
Dictionary/index.
Responsibility: Lou Fant and Barbara Bernstein Fant ; illustrations by Betty G. Miller.
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    schema:description "Preface to the third edition -- 1. How to use this book -- 2. A guide to American Sign Language -- 3. Greetings, salutations, and everyday expressions -- Hello -- Good morning -- Good afternoon -- Good night -- How are you? -- How have you been? -- I'm glad to see you -- See you later -- Good-bye -- I feel fine -- Additional vocabulary -- I haven't seen you for a long time -- Thank you -- Please -- No, thank you -- Pardon me -- Where is the restroom? -- Close/open the door/window -- Do you like to watch TV? -- Do you want to go to the movies? -- What's your phone number? -- Do you have a TTY? -- Do you have a car? -- May I go with you? -- Have a seat, please -- What time is it? -- I have to go home -- Where are you going? -- I'm sorry -- Have a nice Thanksgiving -- Merry Christmas -- Happy Hanukkah -- Happy New Year -- Happy birthday -- 4. Signing and deafness -- I'm learning sign language -- Sign slowly, please -- Please repeat -- I can't fingerspell well -- I can fingerspell, but I can't read it well -- You sign fast -- I don't understand -- Would you write it, please? -- How do you sign _____?/What's the sign for _____? -- There's no sign for that ; You have to fingerspell it -- What does _____ mean? -- Are you deaf? -- I'm not deaf, I'm hearing -- I'm hard of hearing -- Do you use a hearing aid? -- Can you read lips? -- I speak a little -- How did you lose your hearing? -- How old were you when you became deaf? -- I was born deaf -- Are your parents deaf? -- I want to visit the club for deaf people -- I enjoy TV with captions -- I saw a captioned film last night -- Did you go to a residential school for deaf children? -- I went to a school for hearing children -- Gallaudet was the first college for deaf people -- Many deaf students enter hearing colleges -- Gallaudet University is in Washington, D.C. -- 5. Getting acquainted -- What is your name? -- My name is _____ -- I'm happy to meet you -- Where are you from? -- Where were you born? -- May I introduce my wife -- Additional vocabulary -- Where do you work? -- What kind of work do you do? -- I'm a doctor -- Additional vocabulary -- Homemaker -- Do you go to school? -- Are you married? -- I'm single/divorced -- My husband/wife is dead -- Do you have any children? -- How many children do you have? -- How old are you? -- Do you mind if I smoke? -- It's all right/OK -- Smoking is not allowed."@en ;
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    schema:description "12. Sports and recreation -- Do you like to play baseball? -- Additional vocabulary -- I run every day -- I enjoy going to the mountains to fish -- Can you ski? -- I went camping last summer -- I can roller-skate, but I've never tried ice-skating -- We went canoeing every day -- He has a sailboat -- She's an expert surfer -- I don't like to swim in the ocean -- Many people hunt in the fall -- He's crazy about betting on the horses -- She loves to ride horses -- He hopes to compete in the Olympics -- I hate calisthenics/exercising -- What do you do in your spare time? -- Do you like to dance? -- Do you want to learn to dance? -- Let's stop and rest now -- I go bowling every week -- 13. Travel -- Someday I'm going to Africa -- Additional vocabulary -- Have you ever been to Japan? -- I'm flying to New York tonight -- Are your bags packed? -- I'll take you to the airport -- Which airline are you taking? -- What time does the plane take off? -- Do you have your ticket? -- May I see your ticket, please? -- The airport is closed due to fog -- The flight has been delayed an hour -- The flight has been canceled -- I have to change planes in Chicago -- There's a two-hour layover -- The seats are not reserved -- The plane is ready for boarding now -- Have you checked your luggage? -- Please fasten your seat belt -- Would you like a magazine or newspaper? -- We will land in 10 minutes -- Is somebody meeting you? -- I enjoy riding the train -- What time does the bus arrive? -- What time does the train leave? -- Have you bought your ticket? -- I'm going to the hotel to take a bath -- How long are you staying? -- The elevator is stuck -- Do you have a car? -- Can you drive? -- I don't have a license -- Do you know how to use a manual shift? -- It's illegal to park here overnight -- Slow down and make a right turn -- Make a left turn and stop -- Would you call me a cab, please? -- Come and visit me sometime -- 14. Animals and colors."@en ;
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    schema:description "6. Health -- How do you feel? -- Do you feel all right? -- I don't feel well -- Where does it hurt? -- My stomach is upset -- I have a cold -- My nose is runny -- My head aches -- I have a toothache/stomachache -- I need a dentist/doctor -- Do you have any aspirin? -- I've run out of medicine -- I have to buy some medicine -- I have to take pills -- You need to have an x-ray -- It's time to take your temperature -- You have to have a shot -- I feel better now -- I was in bed for two weeks -- Were any bones broken? -- You lost a lot of blood -- They have to draw some blood -- Have you ever had a tooth pulled? -- I had a physical last week -- My husband had an operation -- My wife is in the hospital -- My father passed away last month -- Call the ambulance -- Do you have hospitalization insurance? -- I have an appointment at 2:30 -- Where's my toothbrush? -- I want to brush my teeth -- I already took a bath/shower -- Wash your hands/face -- I haven't shaved yet -- May I borrow your hair dryer? -- Brush your hair -- I lost my comb -- 7. Weather -- It's beautiful today -- The sun is hot -- I enjoy sitting in the sun -- It was cold this morning -- It will freeze tonight -- Maybe it will snow tomorrow -- There was thunder and lightning last night -- It rained yesterday -- Do you have a raincoat? -- I lost my umbrella -- Where are your galoshes/rubbers? -- It's windy today -- Yesterday evening at sunset, the clouds were beautiful -- I hope it clears up this afternoon -- I like spring/summer/autumn/winter best -- You have to have chains to drive in the mountains in winter -- I'm afraid of tornados -- What's the temperature? -- Has the snow melted? -- There was a flood last year -- The temperature is below zero -- Have you ever been in an earthquake?"@en ;
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