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  1. I do see the context helping. The reason I was asking is that there are actual explanations I might sign which the context would NOT elucidate, and in which the difference is important. But there are enough technical hurdles in such explanations that I'm unlikely to use just the words "dawn" and "sunrise" even just in English, so the context would clarify. (Did you know there are THREE dawns?)
  2. I was looking up the signs for DAWN and SUNRISE on handspeak.com, and discovered that they appear to be the same. I have two questions: 1) Am I just missing a subtle difference in the signing between those two, or are they really the same? 2) The difference between dawn and sunrise in my every day life is more than academic: I have certain things I have to do between dawn and sunrise. If I want to talk about that part of my my life in ASL, how might I differentiate between the signs for DAWN and SUNRISE?
  3. Hi everybody! My name is Ali. I'm just finishing up Dr. Bill Vicars' ASL 1 portion of his Lifeprint course, and I'm interested in meeting more people who speak ASL (ideally, so I can ask questions and find patient conversation partners). Nice to meet you all!
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