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Wh/Yes or No Questions ASL

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Gina Battaglia

on 18 April 2013

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Transcript of Wh/Yes or No Questions ASL

Yes/No Questions: Wh-Questions vs. Yes/No Questions Comparison between the question types: Yes or No Question: Wh-Question's: Wh-questions: Who?
What?
Where?
When?
Why?
How?
Which? WH-questions vs. Yes/No Questions When asking a Yes/No question you should raise your eyebrows and open your eyes wide.

You repeat the topic you are talking about before and after the question.

The expression is typically used when signing do you like, or can.

Example: You like football you? Yes You should lower your eyebrows when asking a question.

The expression is typically used when using the signs who, what, where, when, why & how.

The Wh-word comes after the sentence

Example: Who are you? Gina Battaglia, Olivia Guerriero, Ryan Galloway, Chris Cofrancesco & Devin Arrington Period 6 Open eyes wide
Repeat topic before and after Wh-Question: Furrow your eyebrows
The Wh-word comes last Quiz Answers: 1. b) No. Me hearing me.
2. Yes or No question
3. False
4. a) Her eyes were wide
b) She repeated where
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