Several examples of the unique grammatical structure of words in this signed language which is not similar to English's. ASL's most basic sentence structure: Subject-Object-Verb ("STORE. ME GO THERE").
ASL Classifiers list (a non-comprehensive list): hand shapes used to represent visual concepts/items but are not words in-and-of themselves and often must be used in conjunction with a noun to identify what they represent
Translation and interpretation are closely related linguistic professions. Yet few people do both on a professional level because both fields require a unique skill set. Translation is the transference of meaning between written languages while interpreta
Ringing in the ears Guidelines To Help You Banish That Buzzing Permanently
For ASL "It's Not What You Sign; It Is How You Sign It" an analysis of politeness and etiquette, comparing American Sign Language and English. A great cross-cultural mediation resource for interpreters.