The Pocket Dictionary Of Signing by Rod R. ButterworthThe Pocket Dictionary Of Signing by Rod R. Butterworth

The Pocket Dictionary Of Signing

byRod R. Butterworth, Mickey Flodin

Paperback | June 8, 1992

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The simplest, most convenient alphabetized pocket guide to American Sign Language (ASL). Arranged in an easy-to-use dictionary format, this edition contains more than 600 signing entries with accompanying directions and illustrations. Inside you’ll find many special highlights, including:

·         Over 600 signs –a selection of the most commonly used phrases
·         Detailed illustrations -- showing exact hand positions and movements
·         Fingerspelling -- to aid in communicating words for which there are no signs
·         Memory aids -- to assist in recalling how to form signs
·         Special sections -- on forming numbers, letters, and constructing word endings
·         Comprehensive Index -- of entries and their synonyms for easy cross-referencing

The Pocket Dictionary of Signing is the most complete pocket guide to basic sign language -- and it’s portable enough to be carried anywhere in a pocket or purse.
Mickey Flodin is the author of Signing Everyday Phrases, Signing for Kids, Signing is Fun, Signing Illustrated, and co-author, with Rod R. Butterworth, of The Perigee Visual Dictionary of Signing, The Pocket Dictionary of Signing, and Signing Made Easy.
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Title:The Pocket Dictionary Of SigningFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 7.1 × 4.44 × 0.6 inPublished:June 8, 1992Language:English

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ISBN - 10:039951743x

ISBN - 13:9780399517433

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With more than 100,000 copies in print, this easy-to-use pocket edition of Ameslan has become a classic in its field. Arranged in a dictionary format, the revised and expanded edition contains over 600 signing entries with accompanying directions, illustrations, and sample sentences

Employee Review

This is a good book for complete beginners. I wanted to be able to communicate with a deaf co-worker, so I needed something really basic. I discovered, however, that this book is a little too basic. Almost immediately, I wanted to know how to sign some things that weren't included here. But this volume is handy because it is a small size -- and there are over 600 signs included.