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Sign Language: Talking About Yourself : Sign Language: School

Sign Language: Talking About Yourself : Sign Language: School

Often times in conversation you’ll talk about where you go to school. You might sign where do you go to school. That’s a very common question. Most deaf students grew up in a residential school for the deaf, so they Read more…


Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Team, Lose, Win, Play

Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Team, Lose, Win, Play

Now I’ll teach you a few more signs. Team. Team. You might show two teams. A good team. A bad team. Lose. Lose. Win. Win. Play. Play. Beat. Beat. If you want to emphasize it even more, you’ll use this Read more…


ABC Phonics Song – ASL End Chant Tutorial

ABC Phonics Song – ASL End Chant Tutorial

Let’s take a few minutes to go over the signs for the chant at the end of the ABC Song. I’ll start by showing you each sign individually, then I’ll sign through the whole chant once, slowly. For “I” the Read more…


Korean Alphabet – Learn to Read and Write Korean #1 – Hangul Basic Vowels: ㅇ,ㅏ,ㅣ

Hi,everyone!I’m Amy from Korean class 101.com Hana Hana Hangul. Hi everybody I’m Amy and welcome to Hana Hana Hangul and KoreanClass101.com the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn hangul the Korean alphabet. If you’ve ever wanted to sing Read more…


Vlog: The Origin of ASL signs BOY and GIRL in American Sign Language

Vlog: The Origin of ASL signs BOY and GIRL in American Sign Language

Hello! Some of you may know the signs “boy” and “girl”. Do you know those already? Those signs are from where? Why are they like this – boy, girl? Why? The common explanation is that boy shows a cap. You Read more…


Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Referee, Umpire, Score

Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Referee, Umpire, Score

Now we’ll go over some other signs. Referee, obviously because they blow a whistle. Referee. Umpire is signed like this. Umpire. Score. Score. Points. Points. Inning. Inning. A match or a set. First quarter. Second quarter. Third quarter and fourth Read more…


VLOG: 5 Resolutions to Practice and Improve Your ASL!

VLOG: 5 Resolutions to Practice and Improve Your ASL!

Hello! Happy Monday. Today, it’s still the beginning of the year and many people have been asking me about learning ASL: Their goal is to really become a skilled, fluent signer, but they don’t really know how to move forward! Read more…


HOW TO Learn Russian? RUSSIAN language for beginners. First rule “How to learn this language?”

HOW TO Learn Russian? RUSSIAN language for beginners. First rule “How to learn this language?”

Hello, my dear friends! Today I will tell you the first rule “how to learn Russian language” My lessons are for all people. For any person. My lessons are suitable for beginners and advanced people who want to improve their Read more…


American Sign Language – ASL Lesson 2 – Alphabet

American Sign Language – ASL Lesson 2 – Alphabet

Hello, everybody! In today’s lesson we will learn how to sign the ASL alphabet. Also, signing itself, in this case letters, is known as fingerspelling. So, let us begin. “A.” Notice how the thumb is off to the side. This Read more…


Sign Language: Talking About Yourself : Sign Language: Hobbies

Sign Language: Talking About Yourself : Sign Language: Hobbies

Now I’ll teach you some signs for hobbies. Things that you enjoy. Your hobbies. A deaf person might ask you what are your hobbies. You would respond by saying I enjoy reading, I enjoy walking, I enjoy playing with animals. Read more…