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Sign Language ILP-Kenadi Pumphrey

Sign Language ILP-Kenadi Pumphrey

This presentation is for my LING 4040 course.

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Kenadi Pumphrey ILP

April 28, 2021
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  1. LING 4040 ILP: Sign Language/ASL Kenadi Pumphrey

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  11. Phonetic Constraints A vowel alone cannot serve as a syllable.

    A monosyllabic sign cannot consist of just one handshape, one location, and one orientation. A lot of sign language include handshape changing.
  12. Affixation in Signed Language A gesture may either precede or

    follow another gesture in signed language. Ex. To negate a word, a rapid turning over of the hand, affixed to the end of the root sign, indicates negating. The hand orientation in the suffix is reversed, therefore called the REVERSAL-OF-ORIENTATION suffix. Affixes may appear simultaneously in signed language, but not in spoken language.
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