Hi Charles, Valerie ,
just for fun and it is interesting to discuss this sign –
well I do not know what you want to do with your tongue –but if I assume to move it from the right punched out cheek to the opposite one several times – I would prefer a different spelling.
I am interested in your opinion Valerie. Is it your understanding that both spelling describe the same performance? I would not think so.
List: Read and Write Sign Languages [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Im Auftrag von Valerie Sutton
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 10. November 2011 18:57
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November 10, 2011
See Val's answer below...
Does the duplication arc work for a non-manual sign?
This is Roubarse from the LIBRAS puddle. The tongue sweeps from one punched out cheek to the opposite one several times for this sign for "robbed"
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Hello Charles and Everyone -
Yes. It does. It means you do the right side first in your example, because we are reading vertically top sign first...and then the left side happens second in your diagram - Attached is information about the dynamics symbol called "Un-Even Alternating Dynamics" ...
Read about it on this web page: