When learning sign language, it is important to identify people. Here are some important points to remember.
Signatory A must first name a name and then ask which name it is. B signer must then identify who raised his eyebrows. They can give you a gender, short description, or point and look. Then the Master looks at him and nods. And finally, B signer must confirm that by nodding his head
Here are some good tips to follow this process:
As you declare the person's gender, raise your eyebrows and keep them lifted until you finish identifying the person.
The description should mention the things that make it easy to distinguish the people surrounding it. In the description, mention easily visible objects such as hair color, t-shirt, facial features, glasses or headgear
. Point to the person and glance at the man:
After giving the description, show the person and see him. Point your index finger and slightly bent your arm.
After the student confirms that he knows who he is talking to, he can nod to confirm that he is.
A good hint is that missing a nod can result in the signer repeating his description because it assumes he does not know who he is referring to.
Not necessarily present in signatory environments. In fact, the pointer is often used as a sign – indicating you, others, or an object or place. The indicator is an essential part of ASL. So the next time you notice someone looking at you, do not worry. Probably something flattering.
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