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From:  Stefan Woehrmann
Date:  Fri Oct 15, 1999  9:54 pm
Subject:  Re: Dictionaries of different countries


Dear Val,

thank you so much for your support. You do describe exactly what´s on my
mind.

Today we had a meeting with some parents of my students. I could explain
again SW - issues. They are enthusiastic about the ability of their children
and gave me their permission to send photos and classroom experiences
whatsoever.So hpefully we can post some cute photos at our Webreport-sites -
We love the pictures from Nicaragua - .

Hopefully you can motivate some other specialists in SW as well to support
me with their dictionaries.

We are doing a great job on our memory cards - I`m proud of our progress!

Best ..
Stefan
>From: Valerie Sutton
>Reply-To: SignWriting List
>To: SignWriting List
>Subject: Re: Dictionaries of different countries
>Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 07:02:12 -0700
>
> >Dear Stefan,We will be glad in helping you as soon as we conclude the
> >dictionary.
> >We have finished sign revision and are working hard on SignWriting
> >revision right now.
> >The info load is huge, but Valerie is kindly helping us, and we are
>almost
> >there. :-)
> >Fernando and crew
>
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>
>October 15, 1999
>
>Hello Fernando and Crew!
>That is so sweet of you, to respond to Stefan's request. Actually Stefan is
>not requesting a finished dictionary at all, nor will he be using it for
>learning Brazilian signs...confusing, isn't it?!
>
>So don't feel pressured to finish your important work in Brazil...take your
>time and do it right.
>
>Stefan is asking for something totally different....he only wants the .dic
>and .din files now...not because he wants to learn Brazilian signs, but
>because he wants to learn to read SignWriting in general, so from there he
>can create his own German Sign Language dictionary file. So he doesn't care
>if the files are perfect or not.
>
>It is an interesting phenomenon, that reading a dictionary from one signed
>language, would help a person create a dictionary in another signed
>language...I never thought of that before myself....but that is what is
>happening!
>
>Val ;-)
>
>
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>
>Valerie Sutton
>
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