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Basic Course in Manual Communication, Revised - (2nd edition

Basic Course in Manual Communication, Revised (ISBN10: 091307201X; ISBN13: 9780913072011)
ISBN13: 978-0913072011
ISBN10: 091307201X

Summary: A great book that teaches you manual communication, with great pictures.

Edition/Copyright: (2ND)73
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: National Association of the Deaf Publishing
Published: 01/28/1973
International: No



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Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.A. 1973 A Paper Back Good Gently Used Good Tigh Clean Text. Some Edge Wear. Contents: finger spelling. the use of phonetic combinations. No book, however, could begin to ...show more teach this aspect of manual communication and again exposure to deaf indivuals who use this form of communication is of primary importance. For excellent descrption of the paralinguistic nuances and sutleties of sign language the student could be referred to falberg Roger. [see manual communication bibliography. ...show less
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