SA SIGN LANGUAGE DICTIONARY

South African Sign Language Grammar

 

1.  The basic SASL structure is Subject, Object, Verb.  Example: MAN GIRL KISS

2.  If you need to ask a question, the question comes at the end of the sentence.  Example: MAN KISS WHO

3.  If there is time or date involved, the time or date comes at the beginning of the sentence.  Example: YESTERDAY, MAN GIRL KISS

4.  If there is time or date required when asking a question, the structure will be as follows:  Example: LAST WEEK, MAN KISS WHO?

 

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