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Deb111

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Hi,

I am in the process of re-learning Level 1 (after many years of not using it) and am also teaching some bits and pieces to the primary school children I teach.  We have been learning family signs and are wanting to use them in conversations e.g. How is your Mum?

Could someone please tell me the sentence structure for how you would say this?  Would it be 'your mum how?' Obviously the sign for 'how are you?' doesn't use the individual 'how?' sign, but am i right in assuming 'how is you mum?' would?  

Many thanks

 

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