- Explainer: what is sign language?
- If we compare the sign meaning “sister” in Auslan, American Sign Language (ASL) and Japanese Sign Language (JSL), we see clearly that these languages differ in their vocabulary.
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- Even within Australia, there are regional dialects of Auslan, with Melbourne signers traditionally using a small number of different signs for everyday concepts such as 'car' and the colour 'blue' compared to Sydney signers.
- Locals learn sign language
- The students and teacher are “clapping their hands” in Auslan. A group of locals recently took a course to learn the basics of Australian Sign Language.
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- While fingerspelling is incorporated into sign languages (each country has its own sign language...
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- It is not the same as fingerspelling which is used within Auslan for unusual words that do not have a sign or for proper nouns like names of countries or people.
Auslan Fingerspelling is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Auslan Fingerspelling books and related discussion.
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