Published at Sunday, July 22nd, 2018 - 16:49:43 PM. . By Bobbi Kerr.
When individual letters of a word has to be spelt out with proper nouns, etc the American Sign Language is replaced by the manual alphabet. Letters should be shown with the dominant hand and in almost all cases, with palm facing the viewer. Sign language charts have a list of several alphabets and Arabic numerical with it. All these are signed invariably with palms orienting them in different ways. For an example a closed fist denoted the alphabet A, flat hand represents the alphabet B. Letter C can be represented by keeping palm forward and thumb bent. Letter D is represented by stretching the palm flat and with index finger alone raised keeping all other finger closed.
Sign Language Charts That Make Learning More Effective! Sign languages are very important in deaf communities. These communities comprise of families and friends of the deaf person, other people who are hard of hearing and interpreters. As is the case in of spoken language, sign language varies from one region to another.
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