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Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Compete, Race, Fall Behind

Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Compete, Race, Fall Behind

We have some more signs that have to do with sports and games. Some other words that you could use might be compete or competition. Competing. It can also be an adjective. “Wow, that team is very competitive.” You can Read more…


Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Jewelry

Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Jewelry

Now I’ll teach you some signs for jewelry. Necklace. Necklace. Earrings. Earrings. You might show that they are dangle earrings. Watch or bracelet. Bracelet or watch. Ring. Ring. There’s another sign for watch. Watch. Let’s review. Necklace. You might show Read more…


Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Volleyball, Swimming, Skiing, Snowboarding

Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Volleyball, Swimming, Skiing, Snowboarding

Now I’ll teach you the sing for volleyball. Volleyball. Net. Net. Serve, or serve. Swimming. Swimming or another sign is swimming. Swimming competition. Olympic swimmer. Olympics. Laps. Freestyle. Back stroke. Skiing. Skiing. Downhill skiing. Cross country skiing. Snowboarding. Snowboarding. Good Read more…


Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Shoes

Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Shoes

Now we’ll go over signs for shoes and types of shoes. Flip flops. Flip flops. Boots or boots. There are couple of different signs for boots. Gym shoes. Gym shoes. Dress shoes or clothes toed shoes. Dress shoes or clothes Read more…


Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Baseball, Basketball, Boxing

Sign Language: Sports & Recreation : Sign Language: Baseball, Basketball, Boxing

Now I’ll teach you some sport signs. Baseball, baseball. You might also use the signs for first, second, third and fourth bases. Baseball, home run, baseball diamond, baseball diamond. First, second, third and fourth base, or home base. Basketball, basketball. Read more…


Beginners British sign language-Learn 3 new BSL signs everyday-Deaf, Hearing,Hearing Loss

Day 15 DEAF HEARING HEARING LOSS DEAF HEARING HEARING LOSS


Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Personality

Now I’ll teach you some signs about personality and how you might describe a person. We’ll start with friendly. Friendly. Shy. Shy. Boring. Boring. Fun. Fun. Laid-back. Laid-back. Aggressive. Aggressive. Quiet. Quiet. Nice. Nice. Sweet. Sweet. Funny. Funny. Let’s review. Read more…


Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Face& Eyes

Sign Language: Describing People : Sign Language: Face& Eyes

No I’ll teach you some signs for face. Face. Eyes. Eyes. Blue eyes. Brown eyes. Green eyes. Nose. Nose. Mouth. Mouth. You might describe the size of a face. A thin face or narrow face. Round face or chubby face Read more…


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…