Designed to help interpreters and others use sign language correctly and further their signing skills, A Helping Hand goes over the differences between ASL and SEE, explaining the different grammatical elements of sign language, including homonyms, antonyms and other parts of speech. In the second portion of the book, the author answers sign language and deaf ministry questions, giving advice to pastors, interpreters and others. 129 pages, glossary included in back.
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