ASL 1102 Investigation 1

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Many people believe that American Sign Language (ASL) is a copy of English and because of that it is not a language in itself. That is not true. According to John Miller, “ASL is a complete, unique language developed by deaf people, for deaf people and is used in its purest form by people who are Deaf.

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ASL 1102 Investigation 1Mark GalesASL-1102-04 (ASL II)February 1, 2015ASL Investigation A Difference between ASL and Signed EnglishMany people believe that American Sign Language (ASL) is a copy of English and because of that it is not a language in itself. That is not true. According to John Miller, ASL is a complete, unique language developed by deaf people, for deaf people and is used in its purest form by people who are Deaf. Signed English is a system to communicate in English through signs and fingerspelling (Miller 1) by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Becaus

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