Yes, that is why I advocate Stokoe.
On Sun, 6 Feb 2005 00:31:04 -0500, Pierre Abbat <phma(a)phma.hn.org> wrote:
On Thursday 27 January 2005 21:01, Mark Williamson
Signed languages are not, as many believe, mere
of the national spoken language, rather they have different
grammatical structures, different idioms, and different semantic
categories. Thus, conversion between English and ASL is nothing les
than machine translation, except that you also need a synthesizer for
It is possible to write sign languages, but SignWriting involves
two-dimensional placement of characters in various orientations, which is not
easy to encode as a character stream.
.i le babzba ba zbasu
lo jbazbabu lo babjba
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