Signing Made Easy: A Complete Program for Learning Sign Language, Includes Sentence Drills and Exercises for Increased Comprehension and Signing Skill

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Perigee Books, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 224 pages
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For the fourth most used language in the United States, there has not previously been a manual that did more than simply show how to make individual signs. Signing Made Easy teaches how to use signing as a language.

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A good introduction to conversational signing book. I recommend to parents of hard-of-hearing children. Read full review

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I was taught the sign alphabet at a very young age; as a young adult I met a wonderful neighbor who was deaf. We signed to each other through my alphabet, I was always aware that he had much patience ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Hand Shapes
42
Inflections
138
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About the author (1989)

Mickey Flodin is the author of Signing Everyday Phrases, Signing for Kids, Signing is Fun, Signing Illustrated, and co-author, with Rod R. Butterworth, of The Perigee Visual Dictionary of Signing, The Pocket Dictionary of Signing, and Signing Made Easy.

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