Sign language is not just a random gesture collection, but a full-language language with its own grammatical rules. Each country or region contains its own sign language, which is different because English is Spanish. Each version of the sign language is slightly related to the language of the region. For example, the American sign language is not similar to English, even though it is its own language.
Sign language is not based on English but on terms and ideas. For example, if sign language is translated into English, some words have direct translation. Others do not find the correct translation for the real meaning of Japanese translation into English or Arabic for Arabic.
The written history of sign language begins in France in the 18th century. Charles-Michel de l 'Epee founded the first public school for deaf children. Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet founded the first US school for deaf in 1817 and his son, Edward Miner Gallaudet, founded the first and only liberal arts academy in the world for deaf people in 1857. In 1864, Gallaudet University became the only such higher education school in today's world.
In each sign language, words are made by gestures and expressions, not words and letters. Expressions are just as important as gestures. They are based on the meaning of gestures to provide more information than gestures alone.
In a sense, sign language is better than spoken word … communication can occur in areas where speech is inappropriate worship or hunting) is not allowed (in admission studios or other places where conversation is disturbing) or is physically impossible (underwater or in places that are too loud to hear the speech).
Knowledge of the sign language is a lot of spoken language. Communication is possible on many levels with the deaf community, other people are listening to or not in any of the situations above and much more.
Adding a deaf community service can also increase your business. 22 people out of 1,000 people are deaf or hearing impaired
You may meet a new best friend you never tried to communicate before sign language
Teaching the baby's sign language can reduce frustration for you and your child and increase parent- child binder. Opportunities are endless as you increase your communication tools.
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