ETHIOPIA Question about Receptive and Expressive...
eyasuh at YAHOO.COM
Mon Aug 8 10:42:17 UTC 2005
No word to say Thank you, for enabling me push forwards. I saw the web. I found it impressive. It made me to work hard to fulfill the rest column.
But one thing- I checked the EMA from other reference and proved that there is nothing missed in between 14 and 16. I would apologize greatly for the typological error I made while enumerating. I would attached the revised one soon when the PC works well. I wonder if you could take this into consideration the web too.
Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
SignWriting List August 7, 2005
On Jul 20, 2005, at 12:37 AM, eyasu tamene wrote:
The first symbol looks impressive. I think the way it is written is receptive not expressive way. Do they have a difference? When I see some of the ASL manuals they are presented in similar way. Would you brief me in Expressive and Receptive ways?
Hello Eyasu and Everyone!
I am going to learn how to teach Receptive and Expressive again. I hope I can help you.
And I want to thank you for your question...I am happy you asked!
Have you seen your new web page?...
SignWriting in Ethiopia
If you click on Number 1 on that page, you will get:
Ethiopian Manual Alphabet
All of those pictures on that page, are Receptive. The person is facing us, and showing their own hands...In the next message, I will try to show you the Expressive of the same thing...and then later, how we write the difference in SignWriting.
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