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The cat is white.  (CAT IT WHITE)


WHO IS THERE?  (WHO, head moves left and right to see who is coming


Do you love me?

He lives in America (HE LIVE THERE AMERICA; assuming the speaker is not in America, because if he was he would probably say "HERE in America")

Today the weather is sunny. (TODAY WEATHER WHAT(rh-q) SUNSHINE)

What is your name?  (YOU NAME WHAT)



My eyes are brown  (EYES MY(topic), BROWN)

Where is my dictionary? (DICTIONARY MY(topic) WHERE(wh-q)


You are young.  (YOURSELF YOUNG)

The kid is playing.  (KID HE (topic) PLAY+)



Sorry for the late response, been busy with remodeling new house, no computer access there...

cherie






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> From: Marquita Formosa <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask] 
>Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 6:37 AM
>Subject: Re: For Marquita - ASL Thesis project using SignWriting
> 
>
>Sure,
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>Thanks again Cherie,
>
>The sentences are the following:
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>First Sentence
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>    The cat is white
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>Second Sentence
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>    Who is there?
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>Third Sentence
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>    Do you love me?
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>Fourth Sentence
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>    He lives in America
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>Fifth Sentence
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>    Today the weather is sunny
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>Sixth Sentence
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>    What is your name?
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>Seventh Sentence
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>    My eyes are brown.
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>Eighth Sentence 
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>    Where is my Dictionary?
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>Ninth Sentence
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>    You are young.
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>Tenth Sentence
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>    The kid is playing.
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>Thanks in advance again,
>
>Marquita
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