[sw-l] CZECH...Handshapes needed...
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Thu Feb 3 17:14:04 UTC 2005
February 3, 2005
Smile...Honza, Lucy and everyone...
Although it is true that most messages on our SignWriting List are in
English, do not hesitate to use other languages too...That is ok and we
accept any messages in any language just as long as it is about
SignWriting! It was very interesting for us to see some written
Czech...I had never seen it before...
Meanwhile, I believe you have a question about the Baby Finger group,
Honza?....I plan to teach that later, as soon as I can catch my breath
with all the messages!
Thanks to both of you for your patience - Val ;-)
On Feb 3, 2005, at 2:39 AM, Lucyna Dlugolecka wrote:
>> Ahoj Lucy,
>> tvary ruky o kterych pises jsou v skupine Baby handshape. Je to divne
>> setridene. L-letter by spravne melo byt ve skupine fist.. Take jsem
>> to hledal a musel jsem prohledat vse. Je to unavujici hledat a
>> Hi, Lucyna
>> yes the groups of handshapes are not distributed clearly. Finally I
>> managed to find handshapes you are writting about, but I had to go
>> throught all the groups. For example L-letter handshape should to be
>> in group FIST, in my opinion.
> Hi Honza,
> Have you thought I would understand Czech better than English? :-) Of
> course, I understand a lot of your language but English is easier (and
> its grammar is far easier than the Polish one) to understand. Plus, it
> is the language of this group, so use it, please. If you find a
> problem in writing in English, write a private email in Czech to me
> and I'll try to help you.
> As to the handshapes I've finally found them.
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