Basic calendar and clock in SignWriting
signwriting at MAC.COM
Tue May 22 17:51:57 UTC 2007
> Right, that is how digit are done is English, but numbers are
> completely different in ASL. The best way to explain it is an ASL
> "digit" goes from 0 to 99, not 0 to 9 as in English. So I am using
> the computer clock to get the time and getting the two English
> digits for one ASL digit. Also, I only see deaf/Deafies sign the
> year as two thousand seven or twenty zero seven, respectively.
> (Deafies are considered more ASL because they follow the ASL digit
> rule when rendering numbers). I never see anyone but hearies who
> will render numbers as single digits from 0-9. I guess it's a ASL/
> Deaf brain thing. LOL. Adam
So Deaf people do not sign 2006 in either of these two ways attached?
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