- Fingerspelling Alphabet - British Sn Language
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- Fingerspelling One-handed
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Fingerspelling Alphabet - British Sn Language
In some countries, such as Sri Lanka and Tanzania, each school for the deaf may have a separate language, known only to its students and sometimes denied by the school; on the other hand, countries may share sn languages, though sometimes under different names (Croatian and Serbian, Indian and Pakistani).
Fingerspelling - pedia
Deaf sn languages also arise outside of educational institutions, especially in village communities with hh levels of congenital deafness, but there are snificant sn languages developed for the hearing as well, such as the speech-taboo languages used in aborinal Australia.
Some have distributions that are completely independent of those of African spoken languages.
American manual alphabet - pedia
There are perhaps three hundred sn languages in use around the world today.
Cuba sign language manual alphabet:
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