Pinch your fingers together on each hand to form a bent ‘O’ hand in ASL, then touch your two hands together, twisting your hands between touches.
Signing cardinal numbers
When you’re indicating quantity and counting things, sign the numbers 1 through 5 and 11 through 15 with your palm facing you, and the numbers 6 through 10 and 16 through 19 with your palm facing the person to whom you’re signing.
Rocking numbers in ASL include 67-98. … Rocking numbers in ASL include 67-98.
As a general rule, the format of telling a phone number is as follows: (x|xx) x|xx xx|xx where the gloss symbol ‘x’ represents a number, the gloss symbol | shows whether one signs a single number or two-digit number, and the space reflects a slight pause between numbers.
Numbering systems differ in English and ASL. English is relatively straightforward with only two types: cardinal and ordinal numbers. ASL, however, has more than a dozen different categories including order, informational, quantifiers, and numerals.
In American Sign Language (ASL), we use the 5 Parameters of ASL to describe how a sign behaves within the signer’s space. The parameters are handshape, palm orientation, movement, location, and expression/non-manual signals.
Then use your dominant hand to sign the appropriate hour (number) with your palm facing the person you’re signing to; the same goes for addresses and phone numbers. For quantity, though, the numbers 1 through 5 have your palm facing you; 6 through 10 have your palm facing the addressee.
’21st’ or ’21th’ ? Thanks in advance. There are a lot of websites written by non-English speakers let alone poorly trained English speakers, and very few ever bother to have their texts checked or corrected. 21st [“twenty-first”]is the correct form.
21st, 31st, 41st, etc. all use –st like 1st. 22nd, 32nd, 42nd, etc. all use -nd like 2nd.
Therefore 22 in words is written as Twenty Two.
Cardinal numbers are the numbers you use for counting: one, two, three…and so on. Ordinal Numbers are used to indicate position: first, second, third, fourth…and so on. In ASL, ordinal numbers 1 through 9 are done similar to cardinal numbers except they use a little twist of the wrist.
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