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Unsteady Sign Language

Unsteady Sign Language

Hold Hold on, Hold on to me. Cause I’m a little unsteady. A little unsteady Hold Hold on, Hold on to me. Cause I’m a little unsteady. A little unsteady Mama, come here Approach, appear Daddy, I’m alone ‘Cause this Read more…


My Morning Routine | ASL – American Sign Language

My Morning Routine | ASL – American Sign Language

Every morning I usually get up at around 6 a.m. then I get dressed, and eat breakfast, then brush my teeth, get ready (prepare/organize), and then go to work.


“Nice” in American Sign Language

“Nice” in American Sign Language

Nice to Meet You. (:


SIGN SQUAD: GHOSTBUSTERS Sign Language Collab

SIGN SQUAD: GHOSTBUSTERS Sign Language Collab

Ghostbusters! If there’s something strange in you neighborhood Who you gonna call? (ghostbusters) If there’s something weird And it don’t look good Who you gonna call? (ghostbusters) I ain’t afraid of no ghost I ain’t afraid of no ghost If Read more…


ASL Vocabulary – Past Tense

PAST LONG-TIME-AGO USED-TO LAST-YEAR LAST MONTH LAST-WEEK YESTERDAY. 2-DAYS-AGO. 3-DAYS-AGO. YESTERDAY. RECENTLY. Use facial expression showing that its near. Not far ago. Just right behind you. AGAIN


ASL Vocabulary – Future Tense

ASL Vocabulary – Future Tense

FUTURE SOON. Next to me. Its near me, so use facial expression showing that its close by. SOON LATER TOMORROW IN-2-DAYS IN-3-DAYS IN-A-FEW-DAYS NEXT-WEEK NEXT MONTH NEXT-YEAR FUTURE WILL. FUTURE. FAR-IN-THE-FUTURE AGAIN


Unit 2 Vocabulary | ASL Level 1 – American Sign Language

Unit 2 Vocabulary | ASL Level 1 – American Sign Language

Today we will be reviewing Unit 2, are you ready? This variation of the sign, the way I look at it, is negative and sad. I prefer to sign this way, checking looks more positive. So I sign it this Read more…


Opposite Personalities in ASL – Personality Vocabulary in American Sign Language

Opposite Personalities in ASL – Personality Vocabulary in American Sign Language

HELLO! HELLO! HELLO! I’m going to teach you… PERSONALITY HAPPY SAD FRIENDLY SHY POLITE RUDE QUIET MOTORMOUTH NICE MEAN INNOCENT MISCHIEVOUS EASY-GOING WORRIED/WORRISOME HUMBLE BIG-HEADED/ARROGANT SMART STUPID OUTGOING RESERVED INDEPENDENT . . . DEPENDENT BRAVE FEARFUL FUN, INTERESTING BORING STRONG Read more…


3 Directional Verbs – ASL Video Assignment

3 Directional Verbs – ASL Video Assignment

I want you to sign three phrases. Using these two things. 1) Directional verb Like for example: GIVE-YOU GIVE-ME GIVE-HER MOVE-THERE MOVE-HERE TOLD-HER SHE-TOLD-ME ASK-YOU ASK-ME ASK-YOU(PLURAL) SHOW-YOU SHOW-ME SHOW-YOU(PLURAL) That is what I mean. Now the second thing. I Read more…


50 States of America – First Edition | ASL – American Sign Language

50 States of America – First Edition | ASL – American Sign Language

Hello! Right now, I’m ready to teach you the 50 states. STATE is signed like this. AMERICA is signed like this. 50 States of America. Ready? ALABAMA: fs-ALA ALASKA: Handshape-A>5 from forehead to chin to represent Eskimo ARIZONA: Handshape-A down Read more…