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From:  Trevor Jenkins
Date:  Thu Apr 11, 2002  12:34 pm
Subject:  Re: [SignWriting] Sign Language grammar


On Thu, 11 Apr 2002, Tony McCloskey wrote:

> I was wondering if anyone on the list would know if there is any
> resource that gives examples of sign language grammar in the form of
> roll plays or statements. I just need a collection of examples of
> sign language grammar as opposed to spoken grammar.

For BSL try "The Linguistics of British Sign Language" by
Sutton-Spence and Woll. There's some other material in an earlier book
"Sign Language :The Study of Deaf People and Their Language" by Kyle and
Woll.

Prof Bencie Woll has been mentioned on this list several times as having
used Signwriting. Howeer, neither of the books uses SW. the earlier one
uses a variant of Stokoe the later uses English Glosses/photos/video

Regards, Trevor

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