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The Genetic Source of Language | Human Language is Genetically Inherited | The Origins of Language

The Genetic Source of Language | Human Language is Genetically Inherited | The Origins of Language

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02- Characteristics Of A Good Programming Languages | Features of Good Programming Language In HINDI

02- Characteristics Of A Good Programming Languages | Features of Good Programming Language In HINDI

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Describing Surfaces of Objects in ASL

Describing Surfaces of Objects in ASL

Surface is signed like this, SURFACE. BUMPY DIMPLES/SMALL-HOLES HARD/SOLID (3 different signs) FLAT FUZZY ROUGH SHINY SOFT


Communicating with Your Child: What Would You Say

Communicating with Your Child: What Would You Say

Like a snake; you see it? It’s an “S” So we have “S” and “B,” look here, I love this one… nnnnnnnnn….”N,” you say it. Nnnnnnn… “N”… good! Look Mommy. Awww….that’s great honey. Now go pick up that stuff in Read more…


Communicating with Your Child

Communicating with Your Child

>>Positive communication with our children helps them develop in a healthy way and strengthens our bond with them.>>Parents can really kind of tune in to what their kids are saying to kind of build those communication skills, help their children Read more…


Order of Description – People | ASL – American Sign Language

If you want to describe a person by how the person looks like, there is an order of description of five things. An important thing is whether the person is male or female. GENDER, SEX, this is the sign for Read more…


Telling Height | ASL – American Sign Language

Telling Height | ASL – American Sign Language

Heights. When you describe heights, how do you sign that? I’m 6’3″. 6’3″. This area is for feet. Then this area up there is for inches. Another example.


Materials in ASL

Materials in ASL

Materials is signed like this, MATERIAL. FABRIC (two different signs) GLASS METAL PAPER PLASTIC RUBBER WOOD