This webisode will introduce you into signing time references in American Sign Language (ASL)
Part 5 of an 8 part webisode series on basic ASL finger spelling drills
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TutorMan explains how to graph a line when the equation is already in slope-intercept form: y = mx + b
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This is the third and final part of Lesson 3, in which we focus on making appropriate requests. This segment looks at special requests and written requests. Level: intermediate - advanced.
Most people never contemplate the pronunciation of the word "THE". It's simple, but could you explain this to someone?
Here are ten signs related to time to see if you can recognize them.
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Topic: The Passive Voice. This is an introduction to the passive in two parts. We talk about what the passive is, how it's formed, and why it's used. Level: high intermediate to advanced.
Language Man explains how to sign questions such as: Who, What, Where, and When.
Mark, aka Language Man describes in a clear and simple way when and how to use Who or Whom in English.
This is the fourth and final part of our lesson on WISH and HOPE. We now look at common expresions with WISH and HOPE and end with an exercise to check your comprehension. Level: High Intermediate to Advanced.
This is a lesson for the ADVANCED English language learner. The theme is the 2008 Olympic Games, and there are 3 main parts. This is PART THREE (the second half), in which we examine and practice several (but not all) verb tenses. Be sure to watch the first half (3a).
Language Man explains in this 3 part webisode series his experience with meeting his first deaf people after. Enjoy and practice your ASL.
Topic: Participial Adjectives (a.k.a. verbal adjectives, participles as noun modifiers, -ing/-ed adjectives). This is the second half of the lesson. We now use a fun exercise to practice what was discussed in the first half. Level: high intermediate.
This is part 3 of a lesson on prepositions of location and direction. The list of prepositions is long, so this is meant to be a review and not an introduction. Level: high beginner - intermediate.
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LanguageMan displays how to do ASL Sign Recognition Practice.
Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English. Levels: high intermediate to advanced.