Example: I don't know how. SINGLE: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "single" Also see: "married" SINGLE (version) Note: This version of "SINGLE" also means: "something / someone / alone / only." Take some time for some mini-therapy and translate several sentences from English to ASL. ASL data was acquired from 2 mm contiguous brain slices using the single shot FAIR-TrueFISP ASL pulse sequence. To practice and get a feel for the way sentences are signed I recommend writing down your sentences in English and then translating them, on paper, into ASL. less traffic, fast access)  ** //-->. MMP published the second edition of the Rulebook in 2001. This would be the comment. Repeated movement can change "go" Get the workbook + more >> What kind of ASL sentences?