BSL QUESTION SIGNS mobile resource QUESTION SIGNS/let's sign cath smith

Learn BSL on the go. This resource of sign vocabulary is in flashcard format rather than phrases or examples of BSL Question forms.

The signs included enable the construction of questions in both Sign Supported English (SSE) and British Sign Language (BSL). BSL grammar and structures are best learned through BSL courses and face-to-face contact with Deaf sign language users.

Includes: Basic Handshape Key and the Fingerspelling Alphabet and signs for: Answer (x2) Reply/Response, Ask/Request, Ask/Remind, Do/Make, How? (x2) How are you? How many? (x2), How much? (x3) Price/Cost,(x2) How old? Age, Question, What time? When? Where? Which?/Either, Who? (x4) Someone, What?/What for? Why?/Because, Why not?

Includes regional variations.

34 key-word flashcards designed for easy reference for all who use the signs from British Sign Language (BSL & SSE) to support communication in the field of deafness, special educational needs (SEN) and for all who may have additional speech and language needs.

The format works beautifully on tablet and phone for easy mobile access.

We plan further such resources and welcome feedback -

Our Lets Sign BSL Series of dictionaries, guides, posters, flashcards, stickers and graphics for creating materials offers a complete package of supportive resources for learners of all ages and abilities.

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Date : 22-Jan-15

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