OK, I agree you’re doing PSE – but the sign “pear” is still written wrong because the right had should move to the left – toward the left wrist. I have no issue with the Rub symbol (sorry if I used the wrong word), I just disagree with the arrows.
You’ve taken issue with others’ sign spelling before, I didn’t think you’d be that defensive if someone pointed out a problem with yours.
From: SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Charles Butler
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Subject: Re: A Pear Story
I was working directly off of the ASL Sign Puddle. I'm glad to write it out long-hand and make the sign on ASL puddle more explicit.
Nice story, Charles, but I think you misspelled “pear” – the right hand should rub the left, but your arrows show the right hand moving away from the left.
Works for me as an example of Signed English!
January 19, 2013
We got it, Charles - This is great!
I still need to make that SignPuddle file - it is coming -
Meanwhile wherever you save it in SignPuddle, be sure to put in the Text area, that the document is for the "Anthropology Book Project"…