[sw-l] Spelling of ASL Wallet (retry #3)
chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Mon Jun 13 19:26:01 UTC 2005
Good, I was right about the tension symbol. I had to
think through that logically. I'm still not sure of
the direction of the arrows as I guess I'm looking at
the directions of the backs of the hands, which I read
as a diagonal rather than an outward movement.
I'm looking at the knuckle of the back of the hand,
and that moves diagonally, not simply out, a flex
movement of the hand
--- Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> June 13, 2005
> You are right, Charles, to choose the Axial
> Movement...That was a
> real good choice!
> The Axial Movement is the straight line combined
> with arrows. The
> straight vertical line represents the arm parallel
> to the floor. It
> also represents the fact that the arm does not
> travel. It stays in
> one place, while the movement occurs.
> Here is how I would write WALLET...Can you read
> these signs?
> smile... I personally prefer number 2...it is
> simpler...Val ;-)
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