Noun-Verb Pairs | ASL – American Sign Language

ASL Lessons
In ASL, some signs’ movement is the difference between the noun and the verb. For nouns, usually there are smaller repeated movements as opposed to one bigger movement for the verbs. Some of the noun-verb pairs are provided as examples in this video. These are:
DOOR OPEN CLOSE
CHAIR SIT
BOOK OPEN CLOSE
PEN/PENCIL WRITE
ERASER ERASE
SCISSOR CUT
TELEPHONE CALL
CAR DRIVE
PLANE FLY

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