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Fingerspelling Practice #fingerspellfriday 3

Oh, you’re ready to go for another
finger spell practice? Well, in this video I’m going to do 10 more
words for you to practice receptive and expressive, receptive being of watching the signs
and expressive being signing the signs. So get ready to practice coming up. [inaudible] y’all were still here
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I know you’re not leaving yet, but just in case in the description box
below is the practice sheet with all 10 words that we finger spell.
Why do you need this? You need the so you can practice
your expressive finger spelling. And it’s also a great way to check
your answers after you watch the video. Not before, because that’s
called cheat. I’ll reminders. Don’t say the letters of
the words as you see them. Sound out the words to look for
the shape of the words. And again, if you don’t know what I’m talking about,
go to the free course. And I explained this a lot more about
what in the world do I mean by shapes of the letters sounds and all that goodness.
How does this work? I’m going to finger spell each word
three times normal rate, slow rate, normal rate. Watch the entire video of all 10 words
before you go back and try again with any that you missed. Theme of this list is what car
brands and know what they’re called. Car Browns, you know like a jeep and Buick, like those,
right. And those two are not in the list. I’m so mean. All right, let’s
get going with the list. Question of the day.
Which one was the easiest for you to get? Let me know down in the comments below
because the best conversations happen with the ASL.
We’re so community because we’re all, yeah, I don’t know. I don’t really
dance with my fingers like this, but whatever today for
you. I do. All right. Thank you so much for
watching your amazing, or you go remember you’re
practicing your receptive skills, so if you need to do those again, go back
and watch them again. There’s no shame. There’s no judgment. This
is a safe video. Number two, practice your expressive skills and how,
how do you do that? Go in the description box below. Grab if the practice sheet with the 10
words and it has some instructions on how to use it, and some great ways to
practice finger spelling because remember, finger spelling is both expressive and
receptive. You have to be balanced. It’s like, yeah, I don’t know what
I’m doing with my hands. All right. Thank you so much for watching. You are
on your way to becoming a signing Ninja. I’ll see you later. So if you’re new
here can get us, oh, come on. Slower. So slow. A theme of this list
is animals. Let’s get going.

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