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Sign language final

What is a Morpheme? smallest meaningful unit of a word
What is 2 out of 3 rule? if the base word has 2 of the 3: sound, spelling, meaning then the sign is signed the same way
modification modifying a sign as a substitute for vocal inflection
emphasis place emphasis on a specific sign in the sentence
placement where the sign is in space
negation/affirmation shake head yes or no
sight-line/sightline in dialogue sign in direction you refer
placement of pronouns where they are in space
directionality some verbs move toward the receiver
duplication repeat to show plurality, habit, intensity
question markers use question mark, freeze hands, raise eyebrows, frown
translation/comparision present english, supplement with traditional signs for possible added clarity
Most important principle of SEE sign what is said exactly
what is sign space top of head to just above waist, arm length to side
what is the visual centre? nose-mouth area
signs involving contact are where? 4 areas- head, trunk, arms, hands
Created by: clisafeld