1.1. Active articulators

The primary active articulators in Spanish Sign Language (LSE) are the hands. This section of GramLSE presents the inventory of contrastive manual configurations in LSE, which encompass both the handshape and its orientation.

Additionally, this section describes the specific handshapes employed in the manual alphabet and the numerical system of LSE.

Villameriel García, S. (2023). Phonology: 1.1. Active articulators. 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/phonology/sublexical-structure/active-articulators