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Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Names

Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Names

One part of deaf culture is that everyone has their own sign name. If you’re trying to call a person by name, you don’t want to have finger spell their name every time. So one way to resolve that is Read more…


Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Essential Expressions

Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Essential Expressions

Next, we’ll go over some essential expressions. Some commonly used phrases that someone might use after introducing themselves. Hello. What’s up? I’m doing fine, etcetera. We’ll start now. Hello. Hello. Goodbye. Goodbye. What’s up? What’s up? Fine. Fine. Thank you. Read more…


How to SIGN COLOURS in Auslan (Australian Sign Language)

How to SIGN COLOURS in Auslan (Australian Sign Language)

Hi, it’s Tien Le here from Melbourne, Australia. I want to teach you today how to sign COLOURS in Auslan which is Australian Sign Language. For those who have not seen my previous videos go back and watch them because Read more…


Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Cycling, Hiking, Jogging

Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Cycling, Hiking, Jogging

Now I’ll teach you some solo sports. Cycling. Cycling. You can also use that for spinning. Hiking. Hiking. Jogging or running. Jogging, running. Walking. Walking. There’s another sign for walking too. Golf. Golf. Golf. Camping. Camping. Let’s review. Cycling. Hiking. Read more…


Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Introducing Yourself

Sign Language Basics : Sign Language: Introducing Yourself

Now, if you were to meet a deaf person for the very first time, typically, there are a number of things that you do to introduce yourself. It’s a very important aspect of deaf culture that, when you meet a Read more…


Russian Sign Language: Lesson 1 – Alphabet, Numbers, & Greetings

Russian Sign Language: Lesson 1 – Alphabet, Numbers, & Greetings

Lesson 1 Alphabet Numbers Greetings Hello How are you? What is your name? How old are you? Where are you from? Nice to meet you Goodbye Kazakhstan Russia America Hello How are you? Good What is your name? My name Read more…


Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Glasses & Contacts

Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Glasses & Contacts

Now I’ll teach you some signs for glasses. You can incorporate the size and shape of the glasses in your sign. Glasses if they’re larger. Or you might show some smaller glasses. Glasses. You might show glasses that point at Read more…


#SgSL GREETINGS in Singapore Sign Language

#SgSL GREETINGS in Singapore Sign Language

Hello. [HELLO.] Hi. [FINGERSPELL: H-I.] Hello. Hi. How are you? [HOW, YOU?] How are you? I am good. [ME, GOOD.] I am okay. [ME, O-K.] I am good. I am okay. Sorry. [SORRY.] Sorry. I love you. [ME LOVE YOU.] Read more…


ASL or PSE?

ASL or PSE?

Hey guys, it’s L-I-B-B-E-Y And today I’m going to be talking about Something that I’ve sort of been avoiding talking about, something that people have been wanting me to talk about for a very long time And I’m just now Read more…


Sign Language: Talking About Yourself : Sign Language: Address, Phone, Email

Sign Language: Talking About Yourself : Sign Language: Address, Phone, Email

When you meet a deaf person, you want to go over how to contact each other. So you’ll exchange your contact information. Most commonly used is e-mail. E-mail. This is the sign for e-mail. Phone number. Now, many deaf people Read more…