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Thank You in 30 Different Languages
Thank You in 30 Different Languages This shows how some things might not look the same or even sound similar across different languages but are still expressed. "Thank you" is a universal concept, it is important to people to be able to express gratitude. So, languages (cultures) have evolved to include words with the agreed upon meaning to express the concept.
I created this visual reference of 20 functional signs for my non-verbal students with autism, parents, and staff members who work with the children. After I started learning signs and teaching my students I realized that the signs would not be useful if not generalized across settings.