IN THIS CHAPTER you’ll learn critical vocabulary for signing things in your home, office, and abroad. You’ll also become familiar with signs for something it’s crucial to communicate clearly about: Food! This chapter will broaden your ability to communicate through ASL as you branch out into the world and become more confident interacting with others through sign language.
It’s time to eat. You need to look at food selections and plan the menu for the day. You can start with breakfast, then move on to lunch, dinner, and, of course, dessert. Along with learning the signs for foods, signs are also presented for cooking techniques and for the other items found in and around the kitchen.
HUNGRY: Draw the “C” hand down
the center of your chest once, imitat-
ing a hollow feeling. Note: This sign is
also used for the interpersonal sign of