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Suzanne Talhouk: Don’t kill your language

Suzanne Talhouk: Don’t kill your language

Translator: khalid marbou Reviewer: Anwar Dafa-Alla Good morning! Are you awake? They took my name tag, but I wanted to ask you, did anyone here write their name on the tag in Arabic? Anyone! No one? All right, no problem. Read more…


Geoffrey Chaucer: The Founder of Our Language

Geoffrey Chaucer: The Founder of Our Language

The outstanding english poet Geoffrey Chaucer, renown before shakespeare, is considered the first finder of our english language. His Canterbury Tales ranks as one of the greatest public works English literature. Renowned author, Chauser also contributed importantly the second half Read more…


Gesture & Body Language

Gesture & Body Language

Jeremy: … but she’s probably gonna fuck you. Surprise! Carlos Antonio Piñón is a Chicago-born disaster—his words not mine—seeking to get his life back together. In the past 6 months—prepare yourselves, this is deep— he’s quit two jobs, crashed his Read more…


Figurative language

Figurative language

Hey, this is Mr. Sato. Let’s learn about figurative language. Figurative language is just saying one thing and meaning something different from what you appear to be saying on the surface. They’re figures of speech. When you say, “it cost Read more…


Tears of Life by Clayton Valli (ASL Poetry)

This excerpt of ASL Poetry video is from HARLAN ROSEN and GLENNIS LOGSDON from the University of Pennsylvania’s Deaf Gain Project on ASL Poetry. This poem was conceived by CLAYTON VALLI [sign: V-ONCHEEK]. The Narrator is VIVIENNE SIMMONS. Enjoy her Read more…


Sign Language Poetry – “The Light” (ASL Snippets #6)

Sign Language Poetry – “The Light” (ASL Snippets #6)

[Sign Language Poetry – “The Light” (ASL Snippets #6)] [Sign Language Poetry – “The Light” (ASL Snippets #6)]


Poetry Slam: Rives – Sign Language (with closed captioning)

Poetry Slam: Rives – Sign Language (with closed captioning)

From Los Angelas California, give it up for Rives I work sometimes at a high school for deaf kids. We put on poetry readings and poetry slams. We call ’em deaf poetry jams. One poets poem goes … The night Read more…