Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate! A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar
Finally! An ASL Grammar Guide that will allow you to…
“Sign Correctly and Avoid the Very Common Problem of
Reverting Back to English Grammar Rules!”
Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar!
Sign language is a visual language; completely separate from any other language and with its own grammatical rules. Often times, without the right resources, you may learn incorrect ways to sign. The bad thing about that is once habits are started, they can be very stubborn, so it’s difficult to retrain yourself to sign the proper way.
- Make sure you’re learning American Sign Language.
- Learn ASL signs and vocabulary concepts you won’t find in most ASL dictionaries.
- Learn ASL phonology and how signs are formed.
- Learn ASL morphology and how to inflect signs to create meaning.
- Learn ASL syntax and how to form correct sentences.
- And so much more!
Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate!: A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar provides you with the confidence you need to communicate fluently and correctly. Unfortunately, many signers go years without picking up the proper grammar, even when they’re conversing with other signers regularly. You don’t have to let this happen to you!
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Associate Professor of ASL and Deaf Studies
California State University, Sacramento
(Also known as “Dr. Bill” of www.lifeprint.com
“Think you can’t learn American Sign Language? Well, think again. Start ASL’s book, A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar makes learning ASL grammar and syntax not only fun but easy to understand. This guide gives you the tools you need to feel comfortable communicating in the Deaf community.”
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“There is so much more to signing than just learning the hand shapes and movements. ASL is all about its own syntax, phonology and grammar. This book does a great job of exploring what makes ASL its own unique language. Start ASL has done it again!”
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