[sw-l] SignSpelling Rules and Guidelines
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Wed Jan 26 19:33:00 UTC 2005
January 26, 2005
Kasterlinden Bilinguaal wrote:
> Ok, seeing that Sara and I will be paying a visit to Germany ;) Here
> is the sign for Germany that is used in Brussels. Not in the rest of
> Flanders. I'm not sure about the place where it is signed. It looks
> more at the eyes to me. Am I right about this?
I am sooo glad that you are visiting Stefan Woehrmann's classroom in
Germany in February! That is wonderful...
And thank you for the sign for Germany in Brussels...that is a good one
With these lessons I plan to move you from intermediate to advanced
Imagine you visit me in California. I do not know what your signs mean,
nor does that matter...in fact it is better that I do NOT know what
they mean, so I can truly analyze the spelling...If you were sitting
here in my living room, I would not want you to show me the
sign...instead I would try to reproduce it myself, solely by reading
your SignWriting, and if I do the sign properly so you can understand
it...then we know that the SignSpelling is correct!
So please look at the next message...Val ;-)
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