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1,000 Signs of Life.

1,000 Signs Of Life

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Gallaudet University Press

800 Florida Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20002-3695

1563682729 $19.95 1-800-621-2736 gupress.gallaudet.edu

Expertly compiled and organized by the Gallaudet University Press editorial staff, 1,000 Signs Of Life: Basic ASL For Everyday Conversation is a simple handbook intended for the general reader and student. Simple black-and-white illustrations clearly show 1,000 signs that can be learned quickly and used to communicate with anyone who is familiar with American Sign Language. Organized alphabetically in 17 categories, the common signs covered include those for animals, food, clothes, people, health, body, days of the week, transportation, holidays, religion, thoughts, emotions, and many more of solid practical use. A superb reference, self-teaching, and vocabulary building guide, especially for those new to ASL.
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Author:Buhle, Willis M.
Publication:Reviewer's Bookwatch
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 1, 2004
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