Language Subtag Registration Form: variant "signed"
everson at evertype.com
Sun Feb 26 18:17:08 CET 2006
At 18:13 -0800 2006-02-25, Doug Ewell wrote:
>Signed English (United Kingdom): sgn-eng-GB
>Signed English (Ireland): sgn-eng-IE
>Signed English (USA): sgn-eng-US
en-IE means Hiberno-English. en-GB means British English. en-US means
American English. Signed English isn't really related to the specific
dialect of English.
What we have is ISL, BSL, ASL being used with more-or-less exact
English syntax and structure. But it's still ISL, BSL, and ASL in
terms of the signs.
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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