Originally Posted by jillio
Either that, or their spoken English syntax is suffering. It is impossible to sign in ASL and speak in English simultaneously. This has been proven over and over and over again. One language or the other, and usually both, are compromised. So, rather than getting a bilingual model, the kids are getting substandard models of 2 partial languages.
Yeah, I thought about the "English syntax suffering" but if I may be momentarily "audist", I didn't think hearing people would "talk funny", yanno?