Talk to the deaf: a manual of approximately 1,000 signs used by the deaf of North America

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Gospel Pub. House, Jun 1, 1963 - Education - 145 pages
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This volume is a practical visual guide for anyone wishing to someday master sign language and the manual alphabet. It provides simple vocabulary and clarifying line drawings that make this book ideal for beginners. It features approximately 1,000 basic signs, an index for quick referencing, and an explanation of how to use sign language.

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Contents

RELATIONSHIP
2
PRONOUNS
6
QUESTION WORDS
8
TIME
10
MENTAL ACTION
18
EMOTION AND FEELING
27
LOCATION
34
VERBS
40
RELIGION
114
RELIGIOUS BODIES
122
FOOD AND DRINK
124
CLOTHING
129
ANIMALS
130
SPORTS
135
COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES
136
CITIES AND STATES 138
138

COMMUNICATION
70
NATURE
75
QUANTITY SIZE AND DEGREE
80
QUALITY KIND AND CONDITION
86
MISCELLANEOUS NOUNS
98
NUMBERS
140
PUBLICATIONS
144
INDEX TO SIGNS
145
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