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  •  Created in 1962 by David Anthony to teach retarded, deaf children Based on root signs to which other signs were affixed ( prefixes and suffixes) Had a very large number of affixes:( 22 adjectival affixes, 10 personal-ending suffixes, 40 noun suffixes, 11 verbal suffixes, 35 general suffixes )
  •  First published by GerileeGustason in 1972 as a spin- off of SEE 1 Intended for young children Uses 70 affixes but relies on ASL signs to represent words rather than using roots One of the more “successful” MCE attempts: publications abound Signing Exact English is a sign language system that represents literal English. It includes 14 “marker” words (the possessives „s‟,thely-, the –y, a past participle form, and the veb form-ing ,among others)which help replace the nuances of English, and make the language easier to understand
  •  Is a visual language, the shape, placement, and movement of the hands, as well as facial expressions and body movements, all play important parts in conveying information. is not a universal language,ASL is a language with its own unique rules of grammar and syntax. Like all languages, ASL is a living language that grows and changes over time. Consists of 26 different hand shapes that correspond to the letters of English alphabet
  •  Natural sign language of Filipino deaf Indigenous sign language especially of deaf adult communities Started in early 90‟s, thru the awareness and enlightenment of Filipino deaf and hearing professionals (with exposure to other natural sign languages of other countries) Has own linguistic features-vocabulary, word order and rules of grammar FSL not yet fully explored and subjected to research
  • A A (Article)Palm out a moves slightlyright
  • Run -ing (Suffix)
  • Face S (letter)
  • CURE ABLE,IBLE (SUFFIX)
  • SAW (noun/verb) ED
  • SAW (verb) ED
  • ENFlat hands twist from 5 palms-up to palms- facing (past participle)
  • EN2For regular past participle (-en) add n at completion of sign. (note: it is suggested that this alternate not be used with very young children
  • BROKENSides of s-hands touch, then separate sharply, twisting to face each other, then flat hands twist from palms-up to facing each other. (break + p.p.)
  • BROKEN 2Sides of s-hands touch then separate sharply, twisting to face each other, add n with right hand. (break +p.p.)
  • THANK YOU!!!