[sw-l] mouthing in the EU
Shane Gilchrist Ó hEorpa
shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at FRANCISMAGINN.ORG
Sat Feb 26 10:21:33 UTC 2005
> It works both ways. In BSL we only have one sign for husband/wife, but
> that's OK.
The sign is very very similar.
The sign for "husband" is more forceful than the gentler sign for "wife" in
In NISL, the husband sign is straight (floor pane) whereas the wife is a bit
"camp hand" ;-)
Dont you love the BSL/NISL/ISL mouthing for "finish" - we mouth it as
"fish"!!!!!! yet we mouth "fish" as "fik" or "fick"
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