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Which ASL idiom means that someone is gullible?
a) ONE-UP-ON b) OVER-MY-HEAD c) SWALLOW-FISH d) MIND-BLANK
Which ASL idiom is used to talk about if someone has been to a place or not?
a) LOOK-UP-AND-DOWN b) TRAIN-GONE c) ONE-THE-FENCE d) TOUCH-FINISH
Which ASL idiom means that someone is unsure or doubtful about a decision/choice?
a) AGREE-WITH b) ON-THE-FENCE c) MIND-BLANK d) TRAIN-GONE
Which ASL idiom would mean to judge someone?
a) ALL-ABOUT-ME b) LOOK-UP-AND-DOWN c) HATE-THAT d) THINK-YOURSELF
Which ASL idiom means “It’s up to you.”?
a) TOUCH-FINISH b) ALL-ABOUT-ME c) AGREE-WITH d) THINK-YOURSELF
Which ASL idiom would mean the same as “Missed the boat.”?
a) THINK-YOURSELF b) ALL-ABOUT-ME c) TRAIN-GONE d) SWALLOW-FISH
What is an expression of a given language that is peculiar to itself grammatically or cannot be understood from the individual meanings of its elements?
a) Preposition b) Idiom c) Conjunction d) Compound
Why is learning to sign easier than learning to speak for a person who is deaf?
a) It is an aural language. b) It is a visual language. c) Their families already know ASL. d) It is not easier for them to learn to sign.
What was the result of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act?
a) ASL was banned. b) The Deaflympics were created. c) Most Deaf children were placed in residential schools. d) Many Deaf children were mainstreamed.
Which of the following is NOT used when signing about a person riding a bicycle?
a) CL: B b) CL: V c) CL: 3 d) CL: 4
Which two classifiers could a person use to sign about a car?
a) CL: B and CL: 4 b) CL: 3 and CL: 2 c) CL: B and CL: 3 d) CL: 1 and CL: 2
Which of the following is NOT used when signing about a person riding a horse?
a) CL: B b) CL: V c) CL: Bent-V d) CL: 3
How do members of the Deaf community see themselves?
a) Disabled b) A language minority c) An ethnic minority d) A language majority
How do many members of the hearing community view members of the Deaf community?
a) Disabled b) A language minority c) An ethnic minority d) A language majority
What are the ways that many hearing professionals try to minimize one’s deafness?
a) Using hearing aids and speaking b) Using American Sign Language c) Using TTYs and VRS d) Using Total Communication
Now, TC usually refers to:
a) ASL only b) Fingerspelling only c) Signing speaking at the same time d) All of the above
Originally, TC meant:
a) Sign language and fingerspelling b) Gestures c) Spoken and written English d) All of the above
In the 1970s, what took the place of Oralism in Deaf education?
a) Speaking only b) American Sign Language c) Total Communication d) Rochester Method
What does BAWL-OUT mean?
a) To cry a lot. b) To be really good at basketball. c) To yell at someone. d) To wear a lot of bling.
Which of the following does NOT use the same ASL sign as the others?
a) NEARBY b) CLOSE-CALL c) BY-A-HAIR d) BARELY
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