3 Block 14 – Space Accord Space Accord (continued) Speaking of an absent third party: if you are talking about someone who is not in the room, you need to set up a specific place to refer to that person. You and the person you are talking to should refer to the same location for subsequent references to that third person. Use of contractual verbs. A type of verb in ASL is called chord verbs. These inclinations are bent to show who did what to whom by including the object (the person doing the action) and the object (the person receiving the action) in the movement of the sign. The movement corresponds to the places defined for the pronouns. (Sometimes the direction of La Palma instead of the movement of the verb indicates the subject and the object, z.B. in the sign of “looking”). If you use match verbs, start moving the badge near the subject`s position, and finish the movement near the object`s position. See the image (next slide) that shows how the path of movement of the verb changes to match different pronouns. Suzanne, well, first of all, I think we need to specify what kind of “bending” you`re talking about. “Inflecting” a character simply means changing or changing the character. I scratch my head to think of EVERY sign (verb or not) that can`t be folded in any way.

I think you may want a list of verbs that can be folded (modified) to indicate the subject and/or subject of the sentence. This is called the verb agreement. So what you`re looking for is a list of agree verbs and a list of verbs that don`t show agreement. The verbs can specify the subject or subject of a sentence by inserting the orientation of the palm of the hand (where the palm of your hand is oriented), the position of the sign or both. In the study of American sign language, the notions of “space correspondence,” “sign perspective” and “reality principle” are much balanced. These three closely related concepts simply refer to the signature and display of places and other physical objects as they are in real life. In other words, if you describe in ASL where the bathroom is, you should indicate in the direction where the bathroom is actually located, not in the opposite direction. This is generally what we mean by the principle of reality. You use the so-called “dedication room” or the area in front of your body, where the signs are signed, to indicate as clearly as possible where the objects are related to each other so that the recipient can find his way from your visual description. Moment, which means how you look, and the tilt of the head are used in addition to showing directions. To see z.B.

a right turn while pointing to the right, tilt your head to the left as if you were looking right at the corner. The signatory`s point of view means that spatial relations are always signed in the ASL from the signatory`s point of view and are not adapted to the recipient`s perspective. If you sign a z.B card, display different points on the map as if the card were in front of you. They would not try to turn around to face their recipient. Similarly, with regard to the principle of reality, if you describe a piece, you would sign it from your point of view, as if you were entering the door of the room with the room on the other side of the door of you.