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My Experience Learning American Sign Language


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8 Replies to “My Experience Learning American Sign Language”

  • Great change of major, you did it for the right reasons. I dont know ASL but I really enjoyed the video. It was fun to watch and read along and I wish you the best of luck in your career path.

  • Yes please do more ASL videos. I think it would be great if people taught phrases. I know some ASL and have some books and videos but I would love to learn more.

  • Love this! One note: I'm pretty sure when you tried to sign "change/d" you signed "hurt" instead! But other than that, I love the video, keep it up!

  • Wow, I love this video. Thanks. I was able to follow along with your signing. I am learning. Right now teaching myself but i did take a class or two and waiting now for an open class for asl 1.3. I too met a friend way back when i was 12, now 51. Who introduced me to sign. He was a young deaf guy and ever since than i wanted to learn but didn’t know at 12 you could learn sign by taking classes. I wish I had known back than. Either way, i am now chasing after the same dream to learn ASL and be able to help and teach . For me I would love to teach hearing children ASL so that they can grow up and be able to meat and communicate with the deaf with out the road blocks I had. I’m afraid of interpreting studies as I hear they are very hard. lol but I would really love to be an interpreter too. Maybe one day I will get up the nerve to enroll in classes. ASL is the only thing I seem to be able to learn and pick up quickly. Thanks for sharing your store so similar to mine

  • It wow, I can't believe it myself so you are good sign language (asl).where you learn sign language yourself.so I'm deaf and sign language lots.I want to say Congratulations to you…

  • Awesome!!! I’m at LaGuardia too!!! I wanted to do Deaf Studies but decided to major in Psychology while taking ASL there 🙂 and plus I know what you mean, my Spanish is still pretty slow XD

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