Peter Hauser

From SignWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Information: Here is Uldis with some background information:


Lydia said ...

<comment date="2014-09-04T14:42:46Z" name="Lydia"> They are funny. Quite easy to understand. Maybe because it is a dialog and they explain a lot. </comment>

Kría said ...

<comment date="2014-09-10T15:59:09Z" name="Kría"> Nice. I agree with Lydia, easy to understand as they explain a lot to each other. Uldis´ background information is also easy to understand. Information about Kolbrún is missing though. </comment>

Arny said ...

<comment date="2014-11-20T10:58:06Z" name="Arny" signature="Arny"> They are fun to watch - but I think it would have been better to have Peter turn a little bit more towards the camera, sometimes you miss signs because they don't turn to you. </comment>

Vala said ...

<comment date="2014-11-27T16:21:15Z" name="Vala"> It is easy to understand their conversation. They ask each other if they do not understand (and I gain). It is difficult to see Peters spelling and numbers as he turns from the camera. His language is very much ASL </comment>

Julia said ...

<comment date="2014-12-01T14:41:44Z" name="Julia">

Their conversation are truly international sign language, because they try to explain clear each other in international sign languae. Same as other deaf people when they meet and using international sign language to other deaf people other countries which they trying to understand each other in internationa sign language :-) </comment>

yvonne said ...

<comment date="2014-12-18T21:30:15Z" name="yvonne"> IS is observed most when two people from different countries try to explain various concepts to each other. Some ASL signs have made their way into this conversation, but since they both know these signs, it seems like this is the best option for them. As long as they understand each other, that is the main goal. </comment>