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Subject: American Sign Language

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Question:

1. American Sign Language is derived from British Sign Language: True or False? 2. American Sign Language uses which five parameters for communication? 3. American Sign Language is just an extension of English: True or False? 4. American Sign Language is the same as any other sign language in the world: True or False?

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1. True. Historically, American Sign Language was created, based off of British Sign Language and developed into its own language separate from British Sign Language in the United States. 2. Handshape, palm orientation, movement, location, and expression. 3, False. American Sign Language is not an extension of English, but rather its own language. 4. False. There is only one commonality between all sign languages throughout the world, which is cardinal numbers. Otherwise, each sign language throughout the world has its own words and vocabulary in general. Just as there are different spoken languages, so too are there different sign languages.

Subject: Basic Math

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Solve for X: (show your work) (14+9) - 12 = X

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Answer:

14 + 9 = 23. 23 - 12 = 11. X=11

Subject: English

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Which of these sentences has a grammatical and/or spelling error? (There may be more than one sentence which is incorrect. Select all that apply). Re-write the sentences to be grammatically correct with no spelling errors. If there is nothing wrong with the sentence, write "none" instead. 1. Tom goes to the grocery story yesterday like he always does on Sunday. 2. James forgot his wallet at home, so he couldn't pay for his meal in the drive-thru. 3. Peter forgot to grab eggs at Hillside Grocery Store in Anytown, Californa, so he couldn't make dessert for his family. 4. Charles went to bed with a very bad headake and when he woke up in the morning, he felt even worst.

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Answer:

1. Tom went to the grocery store yesterday like he always does on Sunday. 2. None 3. Peter forgot to grab eggs at Hillside Grocery Store in Anytown, California, so he couldn't make dessert for his family. 4. Charles went to be with a horrible headache. When he woke up in the morning, he felt even worse!

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