Which of the following is true about signing the names of the months in ASL?
If the month name is longer than seven letters, you simply make the sign for "month" and then the number sign that correlates
with which month it is in our calendar.
The names of all months are signed using the "M" letter shape, followed by finger-spelling the first three letters of the month's
If the month's name is longer than five letters, you spell out the first three letters.
When the name of the month is in the past, it is signed with the number of the month; if it is in the future, you spell out the
first three letters.
American Sign Language (ASL) is a sign language for Deaf communities in the US and some other parts of the nation.
In ASL, the months are signed by placing the non-dominant hand's index finger facing right and moving the dominant hand's index finger downwards. The months' names are signed by spelling the first three letters of the month with more than five letters. The exception is for September's name, which spells out with the first four letters.
Therefore, option C is correct.
If the mont...