American Sign Language

Front Cover
Barcharts Incorporated, Apr 26, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 4 pages
2 Reviews
American Sign Language (ASL) is a vital communication skill which enables the practitioner to communicate with those who are hearing-impaired or otherwise unable to communicate verbally. Topics covered include: - history of ASL & the alphabet - general rules & deaf culture - locative & reciprocal verbs - grammar & vocabulary - sentence structure - numbers, colors & sports - weekdays, countries & sign names - and much more...

What people are saying - Write a review

This sign language book is easy to understand.

User Review  - Diana Poole -

Great book for beginners and for advanced signers, to use as a reference book. Read full review

Review: American Sign Language Chart

User Review  - Duane Myers -

Good quality and lots of info on this laminated chart. I bought this for a friend who is taking American Sign Language in college. She was very happy to get it. Read full review

Bibliographic information