- Feb 27, 2003
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Where or when did you learn how to use sign language?
Originally posted by illustrator
It's odd to me for first time to answer the question.. But intead.. I asked myself several questions. How do I know I sign that well? Supposely, school has teach me how to use SEE language. Until, I discover ASL from my big brother who went to SWCID and RIT. It still doesn't complete change me forever for me to be prefer in ASL but narrow both of them: ASL and SEE.
Originally posted by BostonIceFire
I was taught sign language the SEE language at age of 1. But I was forced to learn how to speak, lip read at age of 2.
I have went to mainstreamed school all of my life, eventually the SEE language I have learned was slowly converted into ASL. Boom! When I arrived to RIT, it was ASL all th way! I still lipread, talk in good English, and sign.
Originally posted by 94ranger
I believe PSE stands for Pidgin Sign Language. Correct me if I'm wrong.