American Sign Language The Easy Way BY DAVID STEWART, ED.
What does ASLG stand for?
ASLG stands for American Sign Language (educational course listing)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
We have 3 other meanings of ASLG in our Acronym Attic
- Association Sports Loisirs et Culture (French: Association of Sports, Culture and Leisure; Caen, France)
- Automated Scanning Low Energy Electron Probe
- Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (UK)
- Aircraft Service Life Extension Program
- Adjusted Single Load Exercise Test (cardiology)
- American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers
- Adaptive Shortening of Long Flexors (hand condition)
- Atlantic States Legal Foundation
- Automotive Sourcing Logistics Framework (Siemens VDO supplier manual)
- Annual Scottish Labour Force Survey (Edinburgh)
- American Society for Legal History (Minneapolis, MN)
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (Rockville, MD)
- Albuquerque Speech Language Hearing Center (Albuquerque, NM)
- Association of Sri Lankans in Hong Kong
- American Society Legion of Honor Magazine
- Alport Syndrome-Like Hereditary Nephritis
- Academic Site License Initiative
- American Sign Language Institute
- American Sign Language Interpreters
- Asian Law Institute
Samples in periodicals archive:
Irish Sign Language, American Sign Language and lots of European ones use only one hand for finger-spelling, while BSL uses two.
The Austin tour is the first GPS tour to be made available in American Sign Language and GPS hopes to replicate this model in other locations around the nation for those who use American Sign Language as their primary language.
Help Me Learn Counting 1-10 in American Sign Language Joan Silvey and Allen Silvey Silvey Book Publishing PO Box 5171, Goodyear, AZ 85338 0976244608 $5.
FAST FACTS * 90% of infants born with hearing loss have hearing parents * American Sign Language is the fifth-most-studied language at U.
The Westwood hospital employs four full-time staff interpreters; three fluent in Spanish and one in American Sign Language.
com Sign language is the third most common language in North America and there are numerous books on the topic--but none quite so visual and easy to comprehend as Talking With Your Hands, Listening With Your Eyes: A Complete Photographic Guide To American Sign Language.
I wonder if the same brain regions would respond similarly in people who "speak" American Sign Language or Morse code.