|The video doesn't seem to be talking to the sign spelling that is actually displayed at all.|
Watching the video, he seems to be talking about a signing with the left hand across the body where as either of these options is the right hand on the right side of the body.
Opcao (Option) 1 or 2 are both the same, one is more streamlined than the other but it is still the right hand with the right index finger touching on the cheek and moving down.
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Clear writing moves business forward.
--- On Tue, 10/25/11, Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: AW: (Now yes, you have the video!) A ortografic correction on Facebook!
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Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2011, 1:55 AM
October 24, 2011
The second spelling in the video is a shortened version and the second hand position isn't even written in the second spelling, which suggests to me that the writer feels that it is supposed to be the same handshape and same palm facing in both cases, even though he may not have signed it that way - Just a thought - it is possible that the person who has the sign name wants it to be signed the way
it is written ... but it is hard to sign it that way!
So Yuri, is the second handshape supposed to be parallel to the Floor or the Wall?
On Oct 24, 2011, at 12:31 AM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:
yes I liked to look at your video too. ... and I love all sorts of SW spelling discussions. Part of our SW tests is to search for spelling-mistakes in GebaerdenSchrift-documents. This is fun and is a wonderful option to improve the skills of a SignWriting scribe. As I understand your video you are discussing the spelling of a name-sign – The letter “D” for “Danielle” and then focus on the long hair. Right?
Well another comment – if you are interested – smile L.I.F.E
When I look at your performance and in consideration of the second touch contact at waist level, I would prefer a different notation – the final D-hand with the gap.
On Oct 23, 2011, at 6:34 PM, Yuri Barreto wrote:
A Sunday rest, but Facebook has emerged as an interesting thingwas reviewing the spelling of a sign written as a way to encouragea deaf friend and other friends, playing SW.
You can laugh!
I know that "someone" loves this sort of thing "ephemeral"!