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Spread The Sign International Sign Language Dictionary

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http://www.spreadthesign.com/us/

 

Spreadthesign is an international Leonardo da Vinci project within the Transfer of Innovation program, which is supported by the European Commission through the Swedish International Program Office of Education and Training. Our goal is to share sign languages from different countries via the Internet. This pedagogic self-learning tool is free to anyone throughout the world. The use of this dictionary is only limited by the participant’s imagination. The primarily reason for this project is to improve our vocational students’ language skills when going abroad for work practice. Between October 2008 and October 2010 we will upload vocabulary from a variety of vocational fields and topic areas into the dictionary, adding to its size. A new feature will be added to the database which will include audio as well as 3D animation to the words. We will also increase the number of languages in the dictionary beyond that of the EU. Spreadthesign is now global.

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Deaf Lady's Blog On General Topics

douglas in airportWhenever I go out shopping I always bring Douglas my hearing dog along. He is here to help to notify me of sounds I can’t hear at home. Without my hearing aids on I am completely deaf. In most places we go to there are usually never any problems. At the stores people spend a lot of time admiring the dog. They usually come up to me and tell he how cute he looks. He puts smiles on people’s faces everywhere I go.

Anyway I decided to stop at the Dollar General store yesterday. Douglas had his orange hearing dog vest on as we went inside. Also I always hold onto the leash and have him close to me whenever we go shopping. When I was nearly done shopping, a cashier followed us in the store. I was wondering why she was not up front working. All of a sudden…

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