When someone signs train gone, they are signing an American Sign Language Idiomatic expression. The idiom train gone is used when you missed what is being talked about. The sign is based on the sign for train. It could be formed using both hands, creating a L-shape, U-shape, and a G-shape.
respond to the questions. Within the reading comp section, a majority of the questions will be followed by 5 answer choices where there is one correct answer. There is also the Multiple-answer question, where there are 3 answer choices that follow a question. In this situation there is a possibility of 1, 2 or 3 (all) answer choices. These questions are known by the representation of the answer choices. In this type the answer choices letters are placed within brackets.