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Hi Val and everybody.<br>
I send email almost in fingerspelling jus by mistake. I wanted to see
how much signs is missing in czech signpuddle and I click on Send in
stead of Preview <span class="moz-smiley-s1"><span> :-) </span></span><br>
Yes, Val. You are right. Anyway, you understand almost the whole email
I hope I'll be able to send whole email in CZJ (czech sign language)
Val please where I can find this: <img
and how can I write message like you? in collumns?<br>
about schools: <br>
basic schools, grammar schools and other schools at this level
starts on 1st September<br>
higher schools and universities starts from cca. 12nd september
till 10st october (so every school starts on different date)<br>
Valerie Sutton wrote:
August 15, 2005
Dear Honza in the Czech Republic!
I am so excited. This is our first email to the List, written in signs
and fingerspelling from the Czech Republic. The reason there is so
much fingerspelling in this message is, that some of the word- glosses
did not exist in the Czech SignPuddle, so SignPuddle substitutes
fingerspelling when the sign is missing from the dictionary...You have
some signs to add to SignPuddle I see!
This is exciting for all of us, to learn some Czech signs,
fingerspelling and words too...Thank you, Honza!
I guess that ahoj means hello!! And look at the name Val. The letter V
has the palm facing the body. The letter A is trying to make the
picture of an A in the air with two hands, but the letter L is like
the western fingerspelling....smile...
I bet jiny means different or various? The sign for DIFFERENT in ASL,
for example, is like the one you have three times in this message so I
bet you are saying that the schools start at different times in
different parts of the Czech Republic? Val ;-)
PS. Honza...For some reason, the email you sent came to me privately.
I do not know how that happened, so I went up on the web and re-sent
it to the List, and at that time I chose to place it in vertical
columns rather than horizontal writing like you had in your original
message...just wanted to explain how it got in vertical columns!
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