Just as spoken languages have elaborate rules for forming words and sentences, sign languages have rules for individual signs and signed sentences. Contrary ... Moreover, sign languages are not simply manual versions of the spoken languages that are used in their surrounding communities. ... At the morphological level, ASL has grammatical markers that systematically change the meaning of signs.
|Title||:||Step up to IELTS|
|Author||:||Vanessa Jakemann, Care McDowell|
|Publisher||:||Ernst Klett Sprachen - 2004-01|