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ABC Phonics Song – ASL Beginners Tutorial with Pauses

ABC Phonics Song – ASL Beginners Tutorial with Pauses

A-ah alligator, b-beh bear, c-ca cat, d-deh dog e-eh elephant, f-feh fox, g-ge goat, h-ha hat, i-i insect, j-juh jump, k-kuh kangaroo, l-li lion, m-muh monkey, n-neh nest, o-ah octopus, p-puh piano, q-qi queen, r-er rainbow, s-su sunshine, t-tuh turtle Read more…


Learn ASL: Ask and Answer About Age in American Sign Language for Beginners

Hello! For age — to sign about age To ask a question: “How old are you?” “How old is he/she?” The response: “I’m age 20” “I’m age 30.” You point your self and sign age once, and then the number. Read more…


Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, and Transgender(American Sign Language)

Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, and Transgender(American Sign Language)

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender


ABC Phonics Song – Spoken Version, ASL Tutorial

ABC Phonics Song – Spoken Version, ASL Tutorial

a-ah Alligator b-buh Bear c-ca Cat d-duh Dog e-eh Elephant f-fuh Fox g-guh Goat h-ha Hat i – i Insect j-juh Jump k-kuh Kangaroo l – l Lion m-mmm Monkey n-nnn Nest o-ah Octopus p-puh Piano q-qua Queen r-rrr Rainbow Read more…


Russian Sign Language: Lesson 2 – Personal Pronouns, Family, & Around The House

Russian Sign Language: Lesson 2 – Personal Pronouns, Family, & Around The House

Lesson 2 Personal Pronouns Family Around The House I You You He She It We They Mother Father Sister Brother Grandmother Grandfather Friend Yes No To Help To Clean To Cook To Give To Take To Take To Sleep To Read more…


Learn American Holidays – April Fools’ Day

Learn American Holidays – April Fools’ Day

hi everyone I’m Alicia April Fool’s Day is one of the most beloved and some would say pointless holidays in the United States in fact it’s light-hearted nature is part of what makes it so popular there is a popular Read more…


Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: The 5 W Questions

Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: The 5 W Questions

Next, we’ll learn about questions. We’ll go over the five W’s, who, what, when, where, etcetera, etcetera. The first one is “what.” This is the sign for “what.” Another sign for “what” is this. Second is “when.” When. Third is Read more…


Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Etiquette

Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Etiquette

Now, I’ll teach you a little bit of etiquette, some appropriate ways to communicate with a deaf person. It isn’t like communicating with a hearing person. Speaking and signing are entirely different. The first thing that’s very important is that Read more…


Sign with Susan! “ASL Alphabet” Review

Sign with Susan! “ASL Alphabet” Review

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Learn ASL: Communicate with Store or Restaurant Customers! (Basic beginner sign language phrases)

Learn ASL: Communicate with Store or Restaurant Customers! (Basic beginner sign language phrases)

Hello, today we’re going to learn signs related to work — maybe in a store or a restaurant, so that in your job when a Deaf customer comes in, you can sign to communicate with them! You ready to begin? Read more…