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Interpreting spoken english to ASL (involves 2 languages)
Transliterating Spoken english to english ordered sign (ASL signs to english word order)
Consecutive Interpreting one full concept or paragraph behind *MOST ACCURATE FORM OF INTERPRETING
Simultaneous Interpreting interpreting at the same pace as the speaker, with the least amount of lag time
Sign to Voice Interpreting ASL to spoken english
Voice to Sign Interpreting Spoken english to ASL
Voice to Sign Transliterating Spoken english to english ordered signs
Sign to Voice Transliteration English ordered signs to spoken English
MCE Manually Coded English- includes: Seeing Essential English, Signing Exact English, Linguistics of Visual English.
PSE Pidgin Signed English- Includes characteristics of both English and ASL
Decalage lag time, processing time
Pantomime Gestures or movements
Gestuno an international sign system NOT a language
Dialect signs across America--like southern, eastern, black
Fingerspelling the alphabet represented on your hand.
Initialized Signs traditional signs that have been adopted from the original ASL to use the first letter of the English word
Cued Speech 8 handshapes at the mouth that are used to enhance speech reading and or lipreading skills
Bilingual Being fluent in two languages
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