ASL DEFINITIONS WRITTEN IN ASL...
chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Wed Apr 28 13:53:43 UTC 2004
I'm trying to read the "tap tap tap" on the bottom line and the hand orientation looks wrong to me. Is the hand supposed to be facing the reader? If one is tapping forward, shouldn't one see the back of the hand?
Valerie Sutton <sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG> wrote:
April 27, 2004
Adam Frost wrote:
> The third sign in the definition of alarm is tap-tap-tap (ie tapping
> to get
> someone's attention). Glad you asked. :) Adam
Hi there everyone, and Adam....Aha! I see. I think I know why I didn't
guess what sign you meant...the movement arrows are up-up-up...I
wonder...do you mean forward-forward-forward? That would be single
stemmed arrows instead of double-stemmed arrows...I can make the change
if you wish ...Val ;-)
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