American Sign Language video dictionary and inflection guide

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Title: American Sign Language video dictionary and inflection guide
Author: Poor, Geoffrey
Abstract: This is the first and only product that links thousands of signs to sentences that show how they change. This is critical because unlike English words, ASL signs change - inflect - from sentence to sentence to show different meanings. The sign for help, for example, can change to mean help me, help them, help for a long time, etc. The experts at RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf have developed this innovative dictionary that not only shows you 2,700 signs, but shows most of them in sentences. You can see the inflections and learn how they work to help gain a true understanding of the language of ASL, not just a list of its vocabulary.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/1238
Date: 2000

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