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Yesterday In Asl American Sign Language

Sandra Watson
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ASL Timeline – ASL explanation and instruction on using time signs in their time order

How to use time concepts within a sentence:
In English, verbs must agree. For example, it would be incorrect for me to write: “Yesterday, I go to the store.”
The correct way is to write, “Yesterday, I went to the store.”
In American Sign Language, that’s an entirely different matter. The above example: “Yesterday I go store” is
grammatically correct, because “yesterday” in ASL automatically alters “go” into the past tense. Yesterday
changes everything in that sentence into the past tense.
That being the case, time concepts are almost always placed at the beginning of a sentence.




American Sign Language IV (7700-202) Yesterday In Asl

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