50 ASL Sentences: I hate running but I love dancing.
When discussing or comparing two things in ASL, we will use contrastive structure which means that we assign the topic to a space (generally the right and the left) and use body shifting while discussing the topics. This basically functions the same way as AND and OR in English.
Notice how Zoée first signs I/ME in neutral space and then shifts to her left and states that she detests running then shifts to her right and states that she loves dancing. Zoée is right-handed so she shifts to the left first then right. Left-handed people should shift to the right first and then left. In this video, Zoée uses the simple statement structure but you can also apply topicalization (check out "I hate coffee but I like tea" for an example of this).