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By Susanne Mohr

ISBN-10: 1614517053

ISBN-13: 9781614517054

Mouth activities in signal languages were controversially mentioned however the sociolinguistic elements picking their shape and services stay doubtful. this primary empirical research of mouth activities in Irish signal Language specializes in correlations with gender, age, and note category. It contributes to the linguistic description of ISL, learn into non-manuals in signal languages, and is suitable for the cross-modal research of be aware classes.

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