The joy of signing: the illustrated guide for mastering sign language and the manual alphabet

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Gospel Pub. House, 1987 - Education - 352 pages
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This popular dictionary of approximately 1,500 known signs makes them easier to remember. Sentences present signs in proper context. Appendix gives information about the most effective way to add signs to spoken English.

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Review: The Joy of Signing: The Illustrated Guide for Mastering Sign Language and the Manual Alphabet

User Review  - Cheryl in CC NV - Goodreads

Good clear reference set up like a dictionary. I was all set to start to learn sign because my (not deaf) child didn't want to talk, and the experts thought maybe he'd rather sign for 'up' 'milk' and 'hug' - but then he finally decided to talk and hasn't stopped since. Read full review

Review: The Joy of Signing: The Illustrated Guide for Mastering Sign Language and the Manual Alphabet

User Review  - Rhiannon - Goodreads

Very helpful. My daughter is hard of hearing and we are learning sign language together. We refer to this book on a regular basis and we have found it helpful and mostly accurate. Sign language ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction to the Second
5
The Language Pattern of Signs
12
and Endings
25
Copyright

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