Argentine Sign Language
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|Argentine Sign Language|
Argentine Sign Language (Spanish: Lengua de señas argentina; LSA) is used in Argentina. Deaf people attend separate schools, and use local sign languages out of class. A manual alphabet for spelling Spanish has been developed.
|Dialects of Spanish|
Italics indicate extinct languages
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