question on SSS
chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Thu Apr 5 12:20:03 UTC 2007
I think the first SSS makes a lot of sense. As then one could show, conceivably, one hand moving without a flutter, and the other moving with one as a difference. The second SSS shows the movement and the flutter as the same movement rather than distinct. If one were to change the flutter to a brush, one can compare.
Charles (slowly working through the Brazilian sign language site).
Anne-Claude Prélaz Girod <acpg at vtxnet.ch> wrote:
I've started putting the SSS for the different words in the swiss
french Puddle 1.5.... trying to leaen following the instruction you
gave me in one of your last e-mail...
for some signs I'me just not sure for example when there are
different symbols like in this sign /ATTIRANCE/ (see the video on
PISourd â¦ http://www.pisourd.ch/index.php?theme=dicocomplet)
ï¿¼that's the way I spelled it:
is ti correct?
I^m not sure about the finger moving... should I put them beside the
movement of each hand
and what about the ï¿¼ ??? where is it supposed to be ??
thanks for your explanations!
Anne-Claude PrÃ©laz Girod
ruelle des chambres chaudes 1
mail: acpg at vtxnet.ch
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