Published at Saturday, July 21st, 2018 - 10:21:43 AM. . By Queen Haley.
Letter I is denoted by keeping the fist closed with little finger alone rose up. Thus the Sign language charts have a representation for all 26 alphabets, all Arabic numerals and several other additional things. Generally normal people who can actually hear learn this skill thoroughly from the sign language chart and teach people who has hearing defects. There are several schools available to teach this skill. Thus this chart has a major contribution in teaching the sign language to the hearing impaired people.
Letter E has a similar representation like A alphabet but here the thumb is kept under the closed fingers. Letter F is represented by keeping the palm flat and stretched and keeping the index finger and thumb coupled. Palm in position represents letter G. Letter H also has the similar position to that of character G but in the palm in position both the index and middle fingers are stretched out.
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