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  1. English: Mickey, you must = You have to // It is obligatory // There is no choiceMickey, you must not = You are not allowed to // It is against the rulesGerman:River, you must (Du musst) = You have to // It is obligatory // There is no choiceRiver, you must not (Du musst nicht) = You don't have to // It is not obligatory // There is a choiceWhich is it in BSL, like English or German? Or maybe neither?
  2. In English, there are three words that sound like "two: two, to, and too. Then the word "too" has two meanings: 1. As well - e.g. "I love Rose Tyler too", "I bring a banana to every party too" 2. Excessively - e.g. "The name Raxacoricofallapatorius is too long", "You blinked too slowly" It is very easy to find the sign for this first meaning of "too"! However, the only thing I can find for the second one is the sign for "too much" (like signing "day" but waggling your fingers). Can you help?
  3. In English, one of the ways to ask a question is to invert the subject and the verb. For example: statement = "You can help me Nardole." >> question "Can you help me Nardole?".In BSL, is the structure:a) CAN YOU HELP ME ?b) YOU CAN HELP ME ?c) YOU HELP ME ?d) Something else?
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