A few words about Signing and Sign Language:
Who uses sign language? There exists a select section of the society that we who are physically disabled as well as those who do not have one or some of the basic senses that every human is born with – sight, hearing, taste,
Sign language has evolved into a complete language over the past century. But there are some interesting facts that everyone should know. Here is a list of seven such facts:
1. Sign language also has “dialects” in its own right.
Different countries follow different set of rules in sign language. One may
Language is often thought of as verbal communication between two individuals that uses the same syntax, word structure, and overall approach to auditory sounds and patterns. This emphasis on the verbal, however, does not tell the whole story of what language is and what it can be. Language can also
American Sign Language (ASL) is the most commonly used method of communication by deaf people in America and many other parts of the world. Some may find it odd that even though people in America, the UK and Australia all speak English, ASL is actually quite different from the sign
While there are several languages that closing in on “dead” status, the use of ASL (American Sign Language) is growing more common each day. There are several reasons for learning ASL, even if you can speak and hear and if you do not know anyone who needs to communicate in