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Language Lesson : Week 5

June 17, 2009

82. Learn 2 new French words and 1 French idiom a week (5/143) (more info)

83. Learn 2 new ASL signs a week (5/143) (more info)

French Vocab:

tout – (adj, adv, noun, pronoun) every, very, all, everything : tout le temps – all the time

mignon – (adj) – cute, dainty : Qu’elle est mignonne ! – She is so cute!

French Idiom

à couper le souffle – to take one’s breath away 

ASL vocab

why – Open hand begins at the forehead and then moves away as it changes to a Y-hand. (video)

how – Both hands have B-hands together with fingers pointing out, the wrists then turn flipping the hands so palms are up. (video)

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. June 19, 2009 4:52 am

    Tu es trés mignonne Tara. =)

    Just wondering, do you still know how to say ‘Sorry’ in ASL?

    • taraSG permalink
      June 19, 2009 9:59 am

      Aww merci beaucoup! Toi aussi! How did your tests go?

      I posted the ASL translation for sorry and understand just last week :)

  2. June 19, 2009 11:34 am

    My tests went bad, still having two test one monday and another one tuesday.

    Yes I know that you posted it, that’s why I’m asking you do you still remember it without having to look it up?

    • taraSG permalink
      June 19, 2009 11:49 am

      Oh haha sorry. Yeah. I actually knew it before. I used to read a book series about a deaf girl solving crimes and it used to describe sorry a lot :)

      I’m sorry your tests aren’t going well. I bet you did better than you think. At least you’ll be done soon :) Do you get much of a break after finals?

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