ASL signs for DRINK

Adam Frost seniorafrost at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu Feb 12 06:20:20 UTC 2004

Actually, just repeating a sign twice does not make it a noun. Repeating it
twice with tense movement (~) makes it a noun. I thought that you might want
to know that difference. ;-)

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I don't know why we are talking about drinks.  Maybe we need one!  A good
stiff one.  :-)

My first thought on this is that it would be nice to have (n) and (v) after
those.  The (n) for "noun" after "drink" used as a noun (I think it's the
second one) and (v) for "verb" for when it's used as the act of drinking -
more specifically, "to drink".  If I recall my ASL classes, doing something
twice could indicate the noun form of the sign.


Valerie Sutton wrote:

Dear SW List members, and Jean!
The ASL signs for DRINK (2 of them) are listed below....


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