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Sign language!!@@@ 1. What is a mouth morpheme? (1 point) a movement of the mouth that accompanies a sign so that the reader knows someone is saying something important when you say the word you are signing a way a signer will hold their mouth to accompany a sign that adds emphasis or additional meaning to the sign

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1. What is a mouth morpheme? (1 point) a movement of the mouth that accompanies a sign so that the reader knows someone is saying something important when you say the word you are signing a way a signer will hold their mouth to accompany a sign that adds emphasis or additional meaning to the sign 2. What does the phrase “conceptually accurate signing” mean? (1 point) to sign idioms accurately and literally so their meaning is understood to sign the meaning of the words as opposed to a literal translation to ignore the context of the sentence and sign the concept only 3. What is an idiom? (1 point) words, phrases, or expressions that must be signed word for word words, phrases, or expressions whose meaning should be taken literally words, phrases, or expressions whose meaning should NOT be taken literally 4. What signs would you use to say that someone “let the cat out of the bag"? (1 point) ANNOUNCE HAPPEN HAPPEN FINISH BAG CAT OUT 5. What signs would you use to say that someone is “paying through the nose” for something? (1 point) CONTINUE CONTINUE PAY CONTINUE MONEY CONTINUE 6. Which mouth morpheme would you use to accompany SEARCH? (1 point) clenched teeth mouth turned-down AHH 7. Identify the sign. (1 point) YES THERE THERE OH-I-SEE 8. Which mouth morpheme most often accompanies the sign above? (1 point) clenched tight lips FSH chin down 9. Identify the sign. (1 point) FINISH HAPPEN SUCCESS 10. Which mouth morpheme most often accompanies the sign above? (1 point) closed tight lips FSH PAH 11. Identify the sign. (1 point) YOURSELF BEYOND FAR 12. Which mouth morpheme most often accompanies the sign above? (1 point) Ahh PAH chin down 13. Identify the sign. (1 point) WAVES WEATHER WIND 14. Identify the sign. (1 point) OUT OUTSIDE HOT 15. How would you modify the sign below to mean THUNDER? (1 point) Draw lightning in the air with your index finger. Clench your fists and beat the air in front of you. At the end of the sign, clench your fists and shake them. 16. Identify the sign. (1 point) RUN AWAY RUN-OUT-OF TAKE AWAY 17. Which mouth morpheme most often accompanies the sign above? (1 point) lick once AHH MMM 18. Which sign would be used in the idiom “on top of the world”? (1 point) top world happy 19. Which sign would be used in the idiom “over the hill”? (1 point) over hill old 20. Which sign would be used in the idiom “piece of cake”? (1 point) easy cake piece
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