Questions are where things get tricky because they have eyebrow raise or lowered depending on the type. I will go through each of your sentences and try to give some help. Read my comments below.
On Apr 16, 2013, at 10:43 AM, Marquita Formosa wrote:
> Second Sentence
> Who is there? SHOULD BE ... Who there?
Yes, "Who there?" would be correct ASL as long as there is lowered eyebrows for both "who" and "there".
> Third Sentence
> Do you love me? SHOULD BE ... You love me?
This is also correct if you have raised eyebrows for the signs in this sentence.
> Fourth Sentence
> He lives in America SHOULD BE ... He live America
While this is seen in ASL and actually perfectly correct, when taken out of context it might be better to say "He live here America." (assuming that we are also in America. *grin*)
> Fifth Sentence
> Today the weather is sunny SHOULD BE ... Today weather sunny
This is fine.
> Sixth Sentence
> What is your name? SHOULD BE ... What your name?
This is one that gets really tricky. This should be "You name what?" with eyebrows lowered.
> Seventh Sentence
> My eyes are brown. Should BE ... My eyes brown
This is also fine.
> Eighth Sentence
> Where is my Dictionary SHOULD BE ... Where my dictionary?
It should be "My dictionary where?" with eyebrows lowered.
> Ninth Sentence
> You are young SHOULD BE ... You young
This is fine.
> Tenth Sentence
> The kid is playing SHOULD BE ... Kid playing
This is fine, but just make sure that you use a repeated movement form rather than a singular to show that it is playing rather than play.
I hope that this helps.
> Thanks in advance for your time and with regards to the period I did type the
> word period but I do not know why the only line which appeared as an option
> was the one I did in it.
> Thanks a lot for the correction.