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Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Clothes

Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Clothes

Now we’ll go over clothes and how to describe someone and what they’re wearing. Short. You might say a white t-shirt. Short sleeves. A blue long sleeve shirts. Jean. Jeans. Slacks. Slacks. Coat or coat and tie. Jacket and tie. Read more…


Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Weight

Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Weight

Now I’ll teach you some signs for weight. Weight. Thin or thin. There’s two signs. Thin. Medium. Medium. Heavy-set. Heavy-set. You might also describe a person as athletic and show their muscles. Light. Light. Heavy. Heavy. Under weight. Over weight. Read more…


BEGINNER ASL LESSONS | HERE TO HEAR TOUR #3

BEGINNER ASL LESSONS | HERE TO HEAR TOUR #3

– I’m back baby. (drum music) – I’m about to go live on Facebook. Going to look swole. I’m kind of joking, but kind of not. I don’t know what’s real and what’s not anymore. Hey Justin, catch. (cheers) Ugh. Read more…


What is AUSLAN? – International Day of Sign Language

What is AUSLAN? – International Day of Sign Language

JACK: Just like Bianca and Bradley, there are thousands of Aussies affected by hearing loss who use Auslan every day. Auslan stands for Australian Sign Language. It uses hand and body movements, as well as facial expressions, to make up Read more…


Sign Language: Around the Town : Sign Language: Museums

Sign Language: Around the Town : Sign Language: Museums

Now I’ll teach you some signs for doctors. Doctor, nurse, nurse. Doctors office, doctors office. Sign, like signing a piece of paper. Insurance, insurance. Stethoscope, stethoscope. Listen to your heart, listen to your heart. Blood pressure, blood pressure. Hospital, hospital. Read more…


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…


American Sign Language Home Words : American Sign Language: Pets

American Sign Language Home Words : American Sign Language: Pets

Now I’ll teach you some signs for pets. Cat, cat; dog, dog — it’s like you’re snapping, dog. Bird, bird; rabbit, rabbit; snake, snake. Let’s review — cat, dog, bird, snake, rabbit. You might even have a pet mouse, mouse. 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…


American Sign Language Home Words : American Sign Language: Rooms

American Sign Language Home Words : American Sign Language: Rooms

Now we’ll go over rooms. Living room, living room; you might also sign it without the “l.” Dining room, dining room; kitchen, kitchen; bedroom, bedroom — you can see that I keep signing the sign for room. Office, office; bathroom, Read more…