Parameters of Signs and SW
flaviomedina at YAHOO.COM
Thu Jul 4 04:03:41 UTC 2002
It's been quite a long time this list has become
quiet... I guess we all miss Val, but it's good that
she can devote herself to Signbank.
I have some questions, and would like to know if
anyone knows how to reply them.
I read some papers about sign languages (including "A
Linguistic Comparison", from signwriting.org) that
state that sign languages are composed of five basic
5) NMGS - Non-manual Gramatical Signals
I'd like to know where the symbols for touching,
brushing, etc. (contact) fall into. And what about the
signs for interaction with hair and cloth - are those
Thanks, hope to see many opinions!
Flavio Ricardo (Rikki) Oliveira
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