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Random House Webster's American Sign Language Dictionary By Elaine Costello Linda C. Tom Paul M. Setzer,

  • Title: Random House Webster's American Sign Language Dictionary
  • Author: Elaine Costello Linda C. Tom Paul M. Setzer
  • ISBN: 9780679780113
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Random House Webster s Compact American Sign Language Dictionary is a treasury of over 4,500 signs for the novice and experienced user alike It includes complete descriptions of each sign, plus full torso illustrations There is also a subject index for easy reference as well as alternate signs for the same meaning.
    Random House Webster s American Sign Language Dictionary The Random House Webster s Compact American Sign Language Dictionary is a treasury of over signs for the novice and experienced user alike It includes complete descriptions of each sign plus fu

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    1. Good but still a relic I bought it when I began learning ASL, but quickly realized what should ve been obvious from the first that ASL is an active, gestural language therefore, static images don t translate well Best to use an online video dictionary such as those offered by Lifeprint, ASL Pro, Signing Savvy, etc.

    2. Boring to read cover to cover It s just what it s name implies It s a dictionary that shows the sign language version of the word Because signing is an active art, the illustarions did not show the signs very well.

    3. I like the sign language dictionaries Because my signing is so rusty, I try to keep one nearby so tht I can look up the sign for a word I know I used to know.

    4. Not something to learn sign language from, the same way you can t learn how to speak English from a dictionary, but it s a very helpful reference.

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