There are a lot of controversial issues when an interpreter does their job here, in argentina. I'm reading here, it seems some issues are similar (wich makes me think they're issues reagarding all sign languages) One specifically, is lip movement. Some interpreters say that we shoudlnt move our lips, that "deaf dont move their lips"... then again, i asked always to deaf what to do in orther to make them feel comfortable with my signing, and most either they dont care, or its better to move. At aslpro, in the FAQ, we found this (i quote) This leads me to think that, obviously, you ppl there move their lips, or at least, some do (otherwise wouldnt be reason for the question) What do you think about this? how the american deaf signs? do you move your lips? it depends? For instance. For some, lip moving is associated to do it to basic, or non educated deaf. Im very interested in your opinions regarding this matter.