Once this concordance mechanism (i.e., the assignment of the starting and end points of the verb to the R-loci of arguments) has been put in place for a group of verbs, other verbs may also adopt this morphological mechanism and become consistent verbs. These verbs may share some, but not all, attributes of transmission verbs. For example, communication verbs, such as PHONE or FAX, refer to two human participants, such as the verbs of transmission, and also the act of communication. In some languages (e.g.B. ASL and ISL), these signs have become verbs of concordance. Similarly, verbs such as TELL, ASK, ANSWER, TELL-A-STORY and ASL SAY-NO-TO have become verbs of concordance. As LM-M points out, there are many characteristics on which verbs coincide. I see this as an indication that with the introduction of the formal mechanism in a language, the semantic basis of the category becomes more opaque and that the grammatical characteristics of the elements are more prominent. Both signs from American Sign Language (ASL) describe a person asking another person. The difference lies in the question of which of the two people asks the other. In the absence of a previous context, the first sign means that I asked someone, while the second sign means that someone asked me. They differ only in the direction and direction of the movement; In the first example, the hand is oriented and moves away from the body of the signatory, and in the other it is oriented and moves in the opposite direction, towards the body. Such changes in the direction and direction of the movement are related to the change of direction described above.
The phenomenon has several characteristics in almost all sign languages documented to date, which distinguish it from the verbal agreement in spoken languages. (1) Corbetts (2006: 4) Definitions of aspects of the agreement responsible for the agreement: “Element that determines the agreement” Four signatories of this group, however, establish forms that can be considered a first step towards the identification of the agreement. Take, for example, a clip showing a man throwing a ball at a girl. A signatory signed: I FATHER, FEMALE CHILDZ-2 I THROWZ-2 `I am the father, the child is there, I throw (to the child)`. Notes: In a message from 28.12.2012 13:33:15 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, dcm254 writes: I notice on the Lifeprint page that you often mention the direction of the characters. Some time ago, when I used the steering for the HELP panel, my friend looked at me in a very confused way. Then she asked me what I was doing. I explained, and she called me stupid and said, deaf people will think I`m stupid (she can be very blunt sometimes ha ha). Anyway, I know she lived in the Pittsburgh and Florida areas. Is your lack of leadership a regional issue? Or maybe she and her friends are people who don`t use it? I was wondering what you thought.
Thank you, Daniel Dear Daniel, really? I think you need to expand your circle of “pigeon friends” so that you have about 10 people to talk to.