American Sign Language Phrases

Conversational Phrases

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Phrases in ASL

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  • “Beginning and ending a thought”
  • 11 + 15 = 26
  • 235 x 12 = 2,820
  • 456 – 290 = 166
  • 48 / 12 = 4
  • Are you a student?
  • Are you deaf?
  • Are you hungry?
  • Are you learning sign language?
  • Are you married?
  • Are your parents Deaf?
  • At the beach we wear sun block, sunglasses, and use an umbrella for safe skin health.
  • Can you (please) sign slower?
  • Can you (please) sign that again?
  • Can you fingerspell that again?
  • Can you read lips?
  • Could you go to the store and pick me up a pink volleyball?
  • Do you have children?
  • Do you mind if I borrow your car?
  • Emergency! The tiger at the zoo got out of his cage and is hunting for food.
  • Every morning I wake up happy because I sleep all night.
  • Excuse me
  • Excuse me I’m sorry to interrupt, but I have an important message.
  • For this job you will need to check your email and clean your computer once a month.
  • Germany makes the best cars for winter weather and they handle well in the snow.
  • Good afternoon
  • Good morning
  • Goodbye
  • Goodnight
  • He replaced all his Spanish DVDs with Blu-ray discs.
  • He went to use the ATM so he could pay off debt he owed to the government.
  • Hello
  • Her car is black and has a loud engine.
  • Her grandson is my daughter’s friend.
  • Her least favorite person got laid off from his job at Taco Bell.
  • His brother was born with freckles and a lot of hair.
  • Hockey is the best sport to watch live.
  • How are you?
  • How are you? (2)
  • How did you get here?
  • How did you lose your hearing?
  • How do you get to your daughters High School from the show?
  • How do you wash your laundry and make your bed?
  • How long have the two of them been engaged?
  • How many siblings do you have?
  • How much does it cost?
  • How old are you?
  • How was your weekend?
  • I am 20 years old.
  • I am a college student and I am majoring in biology.
  • I am extremely hungry, I could eat breakfast, lunch and dinner right now!
  • I am not married.
  • I can’t sleep. I’ve been tossing and turning all night.
  • I don’t feel good. I feel lousy.
  • I don’t like football but I do like race car driving shows on Thursdays evenings.
  • I don’t mind that you borrow the car, but would you mind filling the gas tank?
  • I don’t understand.
  • I don’t want to listen to rap music as it makes me vomit.
  • I feel OK.
  • I feel sick with a sore throat and an annoying headache.
  • I feel tired.
  • I feel wonderful.
  • I have 1 brother and 2 sisters.
  • I have 3 children.
  • I have a question.
  • I have an ugly dog that barks at night.
  • I have to go home.
  • I moved to New York around 1998.
  • I need to fix my roof after this last rain storm.
  • I put a camera on the top of my front door entrance.
  • I took the bus to get to class.
  • I want to introduce you to my friend Julie.
  • I’ll be right back.
  • I’m studying to be an interpreter.
  • I’m taking ASL classes.
  • Interesting.
  • Is that right?
  • Is that true?
  • Is there a chair under your desk or is it in the dining room?
  • Is your hotel near the junior high school or behind the library?
  • My aunt lost her way through New York City while looking for the Yankee stadium.
  • My cat is fat and lazy and she smells like fish.
  • My cell phone can email, send text messages, and check voicemails.
  • My father is a janitor at her son’s university.
  • My garage needs new wood because of the flood.
  • My house is having a new dishwasher and two new toilets installed.
  • My landlord is spraying my apartment for bugs on Tuesday.
  • My mom is nice but my dad is strict.
  • My name is Deborah (name sign).
  • My roommate is thin, smart and great at drawing.
  • My uncle doesn’t want his kitchen table anymore and will sell it cheap.
  • Next year I am going with my family to Washington DC to meet with Senator Morris and his wife.
  • Nice to meet you.
  • No, I’m not deaf, I’m hearing.
  • Once a week in May my grandfather watches his favorite television show.
  • Once upon a time
  • One year after we bought our house our daughter was born.
  • Science is the most important subject after language studies.
  • See you later.
  • She is very good at math but her brother is a star baseball player at his private school.
  • Sorry, I already have plans.
  • Sorry, I already lent the car to my sister.
  • Sorry.
  • Take care of yourself.
  • Thank you.
  • Thank you. (2)
  • The art museum had silly paintings of strawberries and country sides.
  • The Japanese army is planning an earthquake drill in Asia.
  • The monkeys at the zoo remind me of my sister’s farm.
  • The news online is not always right about our neighborhood.
  • The parking lot next to the church is being built three stories tall.
  • The play my father attended had dancing, piano music and a magical autumn set.
  • The president is the leader of the armed services and makes important national decisions.
  • The snake chases the rat into the dark tunnel.
  • Their family went to China to see an expensive surgeon.
  • There is no sign for that, you need to fingerspell it.
  • Tomorrow is Christmas and then it will be New Years.
  • Turn right by the playground and left after the movie theater.
  • What are you doing?
  • What did you/they say?
  • What do you think?
  • What does that mean?
  • What does your mother do on Easter Sunday?
  • What is your name?
  • What is your phone number?
  • What is your teacher’s name?
  • What time?
  • Where are you learning sign language?
  • Where do you live?
  • Where do you rank among your siblings?
  • Where do you work?
  • Where is the bathroom?
  • Who do you live with?
  • Who is your teacher?
  • Why are you learning sign language?
  • Would you like to go to dinner with me on Saturday?
  • Write it please.
  • Yes, please.
  • Yes, thank you.
  • You look busy. Would you like me to do the dishes for you?
  • You sign very fluently.
  • You’re welcome.
  • Your freezer is leaking water on the rug and it is messy.
  • Your neighbor is very rich and stubborn.

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