what does clasped hands mean in sign language?

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Answered: Sign Language

HI Brandy! I am a deaf and I know the sign language. Its nice to hear when your wife took the course for sign language. Someday, She will meet deaf people to communicate with them. By the way, Deaf is in small world.

Answered: What language and meaning? va lis la ti da

la ti da is Italian for "gives you the..." va lis doesn't translate; as valis, it translates as the name Novalis.

Answered: Learning Sign Language?

Signing is more difficult if you have no one to sign with..it helps to have a partner..you can both use ear plugs to get the acutual mind set..and start by learning the alphabet and proper placement of the fingers..because placement can change a word to become another..there is a great book for ...

Answered: I was thinking about taking up a Sign Language class. Does anyone know

sign language is a little bit hard but it gets easier once u get the hang of it & start to pick up other sign languages & I do know be I'm myself is Deaf & I do use Sign Language so I do know & there is websites for sign language for any one who wants to learn it & also the community colleges that ...

Answered: Can babies really learn sign language? I tried a sign language class a

Absolutely!! Baby sign language is powerful way to help babies increase language abilities earlier than their little bodies can handle oral language skills. Babies naturally speak with their hands- reaching up to be picked up, waving hello and bye- it's amazing what they can learn. If you teach a ...

Answered: Teaching kids sign language

Yes. Deaf children can typically speak in sign language before they can read. It is a much easier way to communicate than having to write things all the time and you just have to be sure to sign for around them frequently so they become used to seeing the gestures. You will have to help the child ...
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At what age can children learn sign language, or any other language?

Some parents begin teaching baby sign language at birth. Most parents begin teaching baby sign language at around 6 to 8 months of age. Practice is the key and a LOT of patience. It is easy to teach signs like teaching your baby to wave bye- bye to grandma and grandpa

Can't sign in to Comments

Rick - i dont have an answer although that's what i'm looking for. It seems as if AOL/HP doesn't want us to make comments when it goes against them. Reminds me of the Crimean vote where you can vote only YES.

Language

Sumerian cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs go back to before 3000 BC. Of languages still in use, Greek goes back to around 1450 BC, and Old Chinese around 1200 BC.

How long does it take toddlers to learn sign language?

Every child is different and practice is the key to teaching signing. Some babies start signing around 12 months of age...but every child is different and has their own developmental milestones. Just keep practicing and you will see results