I have just received from the library sign language for dummies , would like to take qualifications to improve CV. I have worked in special schools for fifteen years, , any ideas how to go about this and time scale would be appreciated.
My name is Marla and I am an international student in Bangkok. I started learning Bsl as it allows me to volunteer for more service opportunities. I also have started learning Bsl for a school project. I am very intrigued of the Bsl world and would like to learn as much as I can! Please write below your favorite word in Bsl and why. I think mine is Australia as I think it’s a funny sign.
According to the textbook we use, there are at least 8 ways to negate a verb in bsl.
Some of them are non-manual features that would be done during the sign, like shaking your head during <must>.
Others are individual signs, added before or after the verb, like <not>.
Some of the signs have particular uses, like <don't>, that could replace the verb in a comment, or go before/after it.
Hi all, I live in kent but am happy to work through regional sign differences and practice with anyone who would like to practice. I learnt to sign as a teen about 25 years ago but only recently decided it was about time I signed up to a level one class to gain my qualifications as would like a career change. Am easy going and friendly.