CZJ - Czech sign language: SKOLA (school) - video
Shane Ó hEorpa
oheorpa-s at ULSTER.AC.UK
Thu Aug 18 21:16:45 UTC 2005
In British Sign Language, that sign mean "a total crap" or "a total shit" if
done once - if twice, it mean "it is rubbish" or "it is crap"
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> l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu] On Behalf Of Honza
> Sent: 18 August 2005 21:36
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> Subject: Re: [sw-l] CZJ - Czech sign language: SKOLA (school) - video
> Hi Tomas and Charles,
> Tomas: Vaclav Ptacek is not deaf but he is the most famous teacher of
> signED language in Czech Rep...
> Charles: thanks for improving sign school. I have to ask others how many
> times it should be signed, but most people sign it two times.
> As I know there is no rules for nouns and werbs.
> Mostly both are signed twice. Only werb - if it is like -ing it is
> signed more times.
> But in general all can sign more or less times if you feel you need to.
> Charles Butler wrote:
> > skola_4Looking at video, he moves his hand up 3 times.
> > ASL consistently does twice for a noun, does Czech do 3 times?
> > I added this to Czech SignBank as skola_4.
> > Charles
> > */TomÃ¡Å¡ Klapka <Tomas.Klapka at ruce.cz>/* wrote:
> > Sign SKOLA (school).
> > Signer's name is Vaclav Ptacek and he tought me SL ;-) He is deaf.
> > TomÃ¡Å¡
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