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 Different Kinds of Sign Language?

Answer Sign language is the use of gestures and hand positions that allow hearing-impaired people to communicate. Sign language is not phonetic like other languages, and there is not one universal sign la... Read More »
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Why is this (see details) different in different kinds of TVs?

You're in the RIGHT CATEGORY for TVs.....The reason there is a Pause is because of the Audio and Video BUFFERS...They have to fill up to display the First frame of picture...When you change channel... Read More »
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The Differences in Learning Sign Language and Spoken Language?

In some ways, learning a sign language is very similar to learning a spoken language. The concepts of vocabulary and grammar still hold true in sign language. However, there are key differences bet... Read More »
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Sign Language and Its Effects on Language Development in Toddlers?

Baby sign language is a method hearing parents can use to communicate with their hearing infants and toddlers. Baby sign language uses gestures from American sign language and allows babies to comm... Read More »
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How to Sign Feelings and Emotions in American Sign Language?

An editor has suggested that this article be merged with:"How to Sign Feelings in Sign Language" Per the merge policy, if these topics are determined to be similar but distinct, then the articles w... Read More »
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