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Plural

In this video Santi discusses the main ways to express plural forms in LSC: repeating the signs, using numbers, and the importance of facial expression when signing quantities.

How to express plural in Catalan Sign Language

Catalan Sign Language uses five basic ways to express singular or plural forms: Free morphemes Reduplication (repetition) Numerical incorporation Enumerations Non-manual markers 1. Free morphemes Plural may be expressed through …

Jobs vocabulary

Repeat and practice! The videos below show the different professions that appear in the family tree video you saw in Step 5.2. Look at the videos below and afterwards watch …

Week 5 wrap-up

We are getting close to the end of the course and the content we have worked on this week has been more advanced than the previous weeks. Here we summarize …

Family tree

In this video, Santi and Delfina introduce you to a family tree. Pay attention to each family member – you will need to know some details about them later on!

Family vocabulary

Repeat and practice! The videos below show the family relations that appear in the family tree video you saw in Step 5.2. Look at the videos below and afterwards watch …

Family status vocabulary

Repeat and practice! The videos below show the different words for family status that appear in the family tree video you saw in Step 5.2. Look at the videos below …

Translate sentences into LSC

Now it’s your turn to try! Translate the following sentences, keeping in mind the basic constituent order in LSC. Answers are in the next step, but we encourage you to …

What is Alexandra saying?

Solutions to the previous step: I like to eat fruit for breakfast (Me gusta comer fruta para desayunar) My friend Marc is a very good interpreter (Mi amigo Marc es …

Ordering parts of speech

In this video, Santi discusses two common orders for parts of speech within a sentence in LSC: SOV (subject – object – verb): This is the most common order. SVO …

Week 4 wrap-up

Week 4 has allowed us to work in the basic parameters of signs, which are equivalent to the phonology of spoken languages. We have also reviewed the vocabulary of some …

Repeat and practice!

Now, try signing your way through a typical day. Refer back to the previous step if you need help. Once you have the hang of it, post a video of …