Can anyone help me translate these sentences into ASL (American Sign Language) gloss!?
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I can help
hi im here okay what do you wabt help with
The first sentence is:
One day there was a fox walking in the woods
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um I have no idea about asl gloss im sorry im only in 5th grade
Wow I only sign ASL, not familiar with ASL gloss, sorry, but I would "sign"
"One day fox walk++ in woods"
++ meaning basically you sign "walk" twice.
May not be entirely correct, but I just feel right this way.
Maybe you need to do "fox" twice too. Depends exactly how you sign "fox."
naw I'm no help, sorry lol...
ASL gloss is complicated from what I hear. it's basically tools for ASL interpreter.
Good luck though.
Actually that sounds pretty close to correct. Its close enough could you help me with more?
I can try.
what is correct answer?
oh actually now that I look at it that doesn't seem right...
ok. Good luck.
@wio do you know ASL gloss?
I don't really know ASL, I was looking at this:
well thank you that helps a little :)
Interesting... these glosses at bottom look weird and wrong, probably because I actually sign PSE (Pidgin Signed English)
It's mix of American Sign Language (ASL) and Signing English English (SEE), if you don't know.
Guess ASL is different from what I expect. Oh well...