[sw-l] translatins the name of SignWriting

Lucyna Dlugolecka deafie at GMX.NET
Thu Jun 9 18:57:24 UTC 2005

> Lucyna,
> do you mean that nouns generally have grammatical cases in Polish sign
> language? Or just 'loan-names', like SignWritng?
> The grammar of Norwegian sign language is very much different from the
> grammar of spoken Norwegian - for instanse, in spoken Norwegian, nouns
> will have one three genders, while in NSL there is no gender.
> Ingvild

No, in Polish Sign Language no noun inflect. PJM has its own grammar,
different from the Polish language grammar that is inflected. However, some
PJM verbs inflect for person. Example attached.

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