NISL for 11-19 - in SW

Shane Gilchrist O hEorpa shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at GMAIL.COM
Sun Oct 30 22:15:19 UTC 2005

i think it doesnt really matter which dot u use seeing that its twodots - same thing really.
Check the ASL sign for '11' - we imported a lot of our signs from OldASL (120 years ago) into NISL - its much the same really - their '11'is our '12' so on
On 30/10/05, Lucyna Dlugolecka <deafie at> wrote:> Shane Gilchrist O hEorpa napisał(a):>> >that was on Val's advice - beside the finger has to be flicked twice> >On 30/10/05, Lucyna Dlugolecka <deafie at> wrote:> shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at napisał(a):>> > 11 twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen> >> > Val,> >> > now theres the NISL number from 11 onwards to 19.> >> > excellent.> >> > its getting complicated from 20 onwards :-( - I ll let it lie for a> > while until everyone stops getting sick of my emails!!!> >> > :-)> >> > Shane> >> Shane, and shouldn't the dots be black??>> Lucy>>> >> >> >> >> Hmm, maybe I don't get something? For example, we have numerals with> dots, too, here is 300>>> I'm attaching also description of the dots from the SW textbook.>> Lucy>>>

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