By Staci Lambert. Alphabet. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 01:11:43 AM.
Signed varieties of spoken languages include the Warlpiri Sign Language and Signed English. There are over a hundred sign languages in existence helping the deaf people around the world communicate with each other and with others. There are sign languages in the world which are legally recognized and a lot more which are not.
Some countries like India, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, and Mexico are very multilingual, however, the government in each of these societies has given recognition to a single official language that has to be used in the government, and and the result is that multilingualism is not a common problem in those particular societies.
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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