Signing Exact English is a sign language system that represents English on the hands to make visible what is not heard. Many signs and visual features of signed languages were taken from American Sign Language (ASL) to develop SEE. ASL, used by many deaf people in the USA, uses a different vocabulary, idioms, and syntax than English. SEE borrowed some vocabulary from ASL, modified and supplemented it so children who are developing language can clearly see what is said in English. SEE represents one sign for one word and also represents the grammatical markers of the English language on the hands. (Or -SEE represents one sign for one word and also English grammar on the hands.)
This visual dictionary of SEE Signs was created by ESC Region 13 as a supplement to the Signing Exact English Dictionary.