American Sign Language Dictionary
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Appearing first in 1981, this dictionary remains the largest and most comprehensive book of sign language ever published. Now, completely revised and expanded, < I> American Sign Language < /I> features: < P> < UL> < LI> More than 7,000 sign entries, plus cross-references < P> < LI> More than 12,000 illustrations < P> < LI> 2,000 more signs than any other ASL dictionary, including dozens of signs that have only recently come into usage < P> < LI> Arranged alphabetically to enhance usability< /UL> < P> Other features include a pronunciation guide for English language glosses and a foreword to the original edition by the late Mary E. Switzer, United States Commissioner of Vocational Rehabilitation. < P> < I> American Sign Language< /I> (ASL) is the third most frequently used language in the United States after English and Spanish. ASL has its own distinct grammar and syntax. The entries appearing herein represents signs, not words, and the illustrations of the hand, arm, and facial expressions will aid the reader in forming the signs. < P> This book is indispensable to deaf people and their relatives, friends, and associated. Social workers, otologists, hearing and speech therapists, audiologists, and rehabilitation workers have long considered this book a major addition to their libraries.
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