ASL Utterance containing two Intonational Phrases

2014-06-22T15:32:35Z (GMT) by Diane Brentari
<p>This examples shows an ASL utterance (Black-ASL variety) containing two Intonational Phrases. Note the blink between the two I-Phrase, which overlaps with the first sign of the second I-Phrase, and the body orientation in each I-Phrase -- the body orientation is towards the right for the first I-Phrase, and towards the center for the second. The Utterance will be shown at normal speed, then at 50% slow motion, then each I-Phrase at 25% slow motion, and then once again the whole Utterance at will be shown at normal speed.</p>