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  • One of the best books for Sign out there
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    I bought this book for a friend interested in learning sign language. As an Interpreter, when I was first learning this book came in handy. I would recomend this book to any one who would like to learn!!

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    pastrypuff85 February 27, 2008
  • Talking with Hands ,Listening with Hands
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    This book is an excellent book for anyone who wants to learn sign language or would like to teach others. I work with individuals who are deaf and it is helping me be a better person. I am learning to communicate to them and I feel it enriches them to know I care enough about them. I highly recommend this book the sisgns and the descriptions are very helpful.

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    Anonymous October 17, 2007
  • Great concept
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    I know a lot of ASL signs can be regional... and I am certainly no expert when it comes to ASL because I am just learning the language... but I found that this book seemed to contain more signed English than I would have liked. I still use it as a reference for some signs, but the Deaf in my area use a lot of signs that differ from the ones depicted in this book. On the plus side, the book is organized very well. And the descriptions of the signs are very thorough. They're just different from what I've learned locally.

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    aimee1983 August 27, 2007
  • This book is a must have. I have been trying to learn to sign for 2 yrs now and was frustrated. In the first week I was able to sign over 50 words with excellent memory recall. Finally a book that delivers...

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    January 30, 2006
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