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Author: Sherman Wilcox

looks like a person sitting, SIT doesn’t ‘look like’ a verb, and CHAIR doesn’t ‘look like’ a noun. Appendix304 *  The articulation of ASL noun forms in a restricted region of space motivates their construal as things at the phonological pole. *  ASL verb forms make salient in their articulation

In: Ten Lectures on Cognitive Linguistics and the Unification of Spoken and Signed Languages