SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION
We provide Sign Language interpretation services.
Sign languages (also known as signed languages) are languages that use the visual-manual modality to convey meaning. Sign languages are expressed through manual articulations in combination with non-manual elements. These are full-fledged natural languages with their own grammar and lexicon.
Sign languages are not universal, and they are not mutually intelligible with each other, although there are some striking similarities among them. It means there is at least one Sign Language standard per country in the world.
We provide remote and face-to-face Costa Rican Sign Language (LESCO) interpretation and also Mexican (LSM), American (ASL), and Colombian (LSC).
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Sign language: any means of communication through bodily movements, especially of the hands and arms, used when spoken communication is impossible or not desirable. The practice is probably older than speech. Sign language may be as coarsely expressed as mere grimaces, shrugs, or pointings; or it may employ a delicately nuanced combination of coded manual signals reinforced by facial expression and perhaps augmented by words spelled out in a manual alphabet. Wherever vocal communication is impossible, as between speakers of mutually unintelligible languages or when one or more would-be communicators is deaf, sign language can be used to bridge the gap.