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Learn ASL: School Assignment Signs for Beginners

Learn ASL: School Assignment Signs for Beginners

Hi everyone! Today I’m going to show signs related to school, specifically… different types of school assignments. (ASSIGNMENT If you haven’t yet watched the other videos related to school, I suggest you watch those. ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT. It’s also a Read more…


ASL Hangout | Learn Basic ASL | Sign Duo

ASL Hangout | Learn Basic ASL | Sign Duo

hi everyone I’m sorry about that the the event wasn’t working so I went to streaming right now there’s like two different pleased to do it and one of them wasn’t working so this is the way I’m doing it. Read more…


Vlog: Which hand should I use? [Beginner Sign Language FAQ]

Vlog: Which hand should I use? [Beginner Sign Language FAQ]

Hello! Many of you have commented, emailed, and asked about… Really, how you should copy me. So, you watch my videos and you want to know: How *I* sign… how should YOU sign? Do you mirror it? Is it the Read more…


Beginner ASL Similar Signs: Learn the differences – gray, football, wrestling, roommate, and machine

Beginner ASL Similar Signs: Learn the differences – gray, football, wrestling, roommate, and machine

Hello, I’m Meredith, and today I’ll review five signs that students tend to confuse. Why? Because the hand shape is similar! So I’ll show you the differences so you don’t mix them up. Number one: the color GRAY. That’s the Read more…


Vlog Lesson: How to sign “Back to school” and “back” in American Sign Language ASL

Vlog Lesson: How to sign “Back to school” and “back” in American Sign Language ASL

Hello Friends! Welcome back to my email, and I’m happy to be here again. Thank you for your patience during the summer, I took a vacation / I was off. So thank you for your patience. No complaints! So thank Read more…


Learn the signs LUCKY and FAVORITE in American Sign Language (One-Min Fix)

Learn the signs LUCKY and FAVORITE in American Sign Language (One-Min Fix)

Two signs that look similar are LUCKY and FAVORITE. Lucky is signed … Well, they’re both, they both use the “5” handshape with the middle finger down. LUCKY has that handshape starting at the chin and then turning outward: LUCKY. Read more…


Similar Signs: READ and DANCE in American Sign Language

Similar Signs: READ and DANCE in American Sign Language

Many students confuse two signs: dance and read. Why? Because they look very similar, right? Both use a “2” handshape and a flat palm — same hand shapes. For DANCE, this is the orientation. READ looks a little different. So Read more…


One-Minute Fix: DISCUSS vs SOMETIMES in American Sign Language

One-Minute Fix: DISCUSS vs SOMETIMES in American Sign Language

Recently, someone asked me about the sign DISCUSS and how it’s different from SOMETIMES. What is the difference? They look the same… “Discuss” is signed: DISCUSS. It’s the “1” handshape going straight down on the opposite palm. Up and down. Read more…


Learn ASL: Right, wrong, and more in American Sign Language for beginners

Learn ASL: Right, wrong, and more in American Sign Language for beginners

This is “right and wrong” in ASL. This video is taught in sign language; turn on captions. CORRECT. So it’s the “1” handshape, one on top of the other, and then they tap like that. RIGHT. RIGHT. “You’re right!” “You’re Read more…


Vlog: Left-handed fingerspelling Q&A for ASL beginners

Vlog: Left-handed fingerspelling Q&A for ASL beginners

Righty or lefty? I am a righty. I sign right-handed — with my right hand. If you are left-handed, that’s fine! You should just mirror for fingerspelling. It doesn’t matter if perceptively, you think the letters look one way. For Read more…