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By Carolyn Wells Dal

This ebook is an illustrated model of a rhymed alphabet made by way of Carolyn Wells in 1901. She felicitously reveals whatever very important approximately Christmas for every letter of the alphabet. here's a series to provide an idea of its taste: "E is for Evergreens minimize for the room / F is for plant life of beautiful fragrance / G is for presents that convey us pride / H is for Holly with crimson berries bright".In 1989 we illustrated every one rhyme with an old snapshot, together with illustrators like Arthur Rackham, Sarah Stilwell, Jessie Willcox Smith, Oliver Herford, Anne Anderson, and Charles Robinson. It was once released with nice luck by means of G.P. Putman. we love it a lot that now that they've positioned it out of print, we're republishing it.

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WOMAN CAN’T 42 GO TO HE/SHE/IT Getting Better Acquainted Do you have a car? CAR HAVE May I go with you? I WITH 43 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners Come visit me sometime. ONLY COME 44 TIME VISIT Chapter 5 Signing and Deafness I’m learning sign language. I LEARN SIGN LANGUAGE 45 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners Sign slowly, please. SIGN SLOW PLEASE 46 Signing and Deafness Please repeat. AGAIN PLEASE 47 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners I can fingerspell, but I can’t read it well.

I DOCTOR I’m a lawyer/teacher. LAW TEACH 21 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners He knows me. HE/SHE/IT KNOWS ME Verbs in ASL fall into three categories: nondirectional verbs, onedirectional verbs, and multidirectional verbs. Movement in verb signs may express who is performing an action (the subject) and to whom the action is directed (the direct object). This quality of movement is called verb directionality The nondirectional verbs (like the one above) do not express either subject or direct object; therefore, these two things (subject and direct object nouns and pronouns) must be supplied.

EAT ORDER 40 MORNING WILL I Getting Better Acquainted Lunch/dinner EAT EAT NOON NIGHT 41 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners She can’t go. WOMAN CAN’T 42 GO TO HE/SHE/IT Getting Better Acquainted Do you have a car? CAR HAVE May I go with you? I WITH 43 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners Come visit me sometime. ONLY COME 44 TIME VISIT Chapter 5 Signing and Deafness I’m learning sign language. I LEARN SIGN LANGUAGE 45 Perfect Phrases in American Sign Language for Beginners Sign slowly, please.

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