1.1.1. Properties of the core lexicon

The core and non-core lexicons are distinguished by a set of linguistic properties. These properties, proposed by Johnston and Schembri (1999) for Australian Sign Language (Auslan), can also apply to Spanish Sign Language (LSE). Below, we detail the phonological, semantic, and variation properties of the core lexicon.

Villameriel García, S. (2023). Lexicon: 1.1.1. Properties of the core lexicon. In S. Villameriel García (Ed.), Gramática de la Lengua de Signos Española (GramLSE)/ Grammar of Spanish Sign Language (GramLSE). Real Patronato sobre Discapacidad. Retrieved Month DD, YYYY, from https://cnlse.es/es/recursos/gramlse/ingles/index/lexicon/native-lexicon/core-lexicon/properties-core-lexicon