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  2. When searching for a good calculator app, specifically one that can handle calculations like the pythagorean theorem calculator angle https://calculatorprofessional.com/pythagorean-theorem-calculator, look for apps with high user ratings and robust features. Read reviews to see if other users mention its accuracy and usability for trigonometric calculations. This approach will help you find a reliable and user-friendly Pythagorean theorem calculator for angles.
  3. Hi! I just started ASL today with great interest. As of now, I only know the basics including the alphabets, numbers 1-20, a few colors, and pronouns. Although I will only be learning on my free time, I still hope that I will be able to make friends here and learn together with them! 💙
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  5. Hey there, I'd be interested to chat and see if our levels match well for practicing together Message me!
  6. I have not started learning yet, but am needing to get motivated to start! I have a hearing processing disorder and my Dr encouraged me to learn. I'd love new friends to learn with!
  7. Would be willing. Although i only know a little. I hope you would still consider!
  8. Hi there, just a gal in her mid 20s. I've been learning ASL for about 9 months now. I'm looking for folks to video chat with, please send me a message or write a comment if you're interested!
  9. Excellent Ryan!! Thank you for making the video, good job, from one novice to another. ~Marry
  10. Hello! you can refer to me as Daisy. I am learning ASL, but i think it is not enough that I only learn through youtube. I am willing to be in a zoom call or google meet so that I can really practice ASL with a person. I hope one of you will be willing to learn with me.
  11. How many finger spelling words can you read in 3 minutes? Learn & improve your British Sign Language finger spelling skills with this finger spelling game. Finger spelling Finger spelling positively correlates with stronger reading skills. Deaf and hard of hearing children who are good finger spellers are good 2048 cupcakes readers, and vice versa.Finger spelling is a manual encoding of written language, used by signers to fill lexical gaps in a signed language (Sutton-Spence and Woll, 1999). British signers use a two-handed variety of finger spelling in which 26 hand arrangements correspond to the 26 letters of the Roman alphabet
  12. I've realised I've made it difficult to access the video from my previous post via WeTransfer. Below is a Google drive link which should hopefully work better and hopefully save people from having to download the file! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ued0nYGJdbIYuUZTEmRqO7IMlUSk3n3o/view?usp=drive_link Thanks
  13. I hope the video link I've attached below isn't seen as me trying to demonstrate any degree of skill or me assuming that my signing is anywhere near correct. I hope that is serves more as a means of presenting to this community the drive I have to learn with you all. I've found that I haven't met anyone after my previous post, which I suppose is no surprise... The best way to practice ASL or any other sign online is generally going to be face to face. The necessity to communicate in this way, however, is a very personal one. I understand why many people would be hesitant to join a zoom call with a stranger without fully having an understanding of this person. I also understand that people may not have the time to go through the various formalities of getting to know someone. It's based off of this, that I've decided to put my self out here and see what happens haha. I hope whoever is watching can build an understanding of me and decide if they'd like to have a chat! To summarise the message I've tried conveying in my video. I am extremely committed to connecting with people who have any experience with anything relating to Americas Deaf community. I want to get to know new people, form friendships and create an atmosphere where perpetual openess and freedom comes first! If anything I've said has peaked your interest, give me a shout! Have a great week guys P.S. I apologise to those unable to hear the end where I was talking. In essence, I stuttered out my name and reiterated that I really want to "learn ASL, talk in ASL and really learn about people's cultures" I then acknowledged my ability to add subtitles may not exist and I wrapped things up there :)) Here's a we transfer link. I struggled to have my video fit the specifications this website wants and so went ahead and got this. https://we.tl/t-eWDlekxKms Thanks
  14. Hey everyone, I've developed "SignTranslate", a completely free AI app dedicated to learning sign language. My goal was to create a space where everyone could learn and practice at their own pace, with a variety of resources suitable for all levels. The app is still in its development phase, and I'd love to get your feedback to make it even better. If you have a moment, could you test it out and let me know your thoughts? I'm particularly interested in your opinions on the current features, what you think is missing, and aspects that could be improved. Your help would be invaluable in making SignTranslate an even more useful tool for the sign language community. Thanks in advance for your time and support! Link : https://chat.openai.com/g/g-4XBxNPt1A-sign-translate
  15. Hello everybody! My name is Amour. I'm an educational interpreter and I wanted to use this site for my 4th graders to play a fingerspelling game as they learn ASL!
  16. Me too! My name is Kovvie and I also want to go to college for ASL interpreting. I would be totally up for practicing!!
  17. Hi I'm Victoria im 17 soon to be 18 and am getting ready to go to school to become an ASL interperter or teacher depends on where i go after school. I want to learn as much as i can about this amazing language. So if anyone is willing to work with me im more than happy to learn!!
  18. Hi all, my name is Anna and I'm learning ASL at Rowan University. I'm in my second class and need to practice and chat with the deaf community.
  19. Hi I am taking ASL through our local community college on zoom. The teacher suggested we practice receptive ASL. Seems most in our class can sign but can't read it. I am playing the game and see there are amazing scores. They must have it on max speed and no mistakes? He told us to try to figure out the word instead of individual letters. I'm finding that really hard. What is your average score? When I increase the speed I freeze. I seem to get stuck on f and x. Grateful for this website to practice! Thank you.
  20. Jela

    Righto!

    Hi Ryan, I also started to learn ASL to expland my knowlege and be able to communicate with more people. I'm a 21 year old female college student currently enrolled in a two year ASL training program, I have yet to be certified and am coming to the end of my semester soon, we should video chat, you could show me some of your BSL. -Best, Jela
  21. Hello Ryan, my name is Carleigh, and I am currently in my second ASL class at a community college. I would love to learn about some of BSL and how learning that has been for you. I am an 18-year-old female in my final semester in high school. I started taking sign this year and am hoping to either minor in it or major in it in college.
  22. Hiya everyone! I've decided to learn ASL in order to expand the access I have to the worldwide Deaf/hard-of-hearing community. I'm a 21-year-old male living in the UK and have studied BSL for the last three years while also using it in the care sector supporting deaf/blind clients. I am very aware of how the two deaf cultures differ across the Atlantic and want to form first-hand connections with anyone fluent in/learning ASL to broaden my knowledge on any topic relating the signing community in America. Feel free to write any time of the day! I look forward to talking!
  23. Happy to hear about your learning journey, this can be a motivation for other students to continue learning for the sake of knowledge. However, as you go forward to the next semester you may face some hurdles in completing your assignment projects but don't worry you can take admission essay writing services for that.
  24. Zii

    Hey there!

    Hi, I’m studying ASL too!
  25. Hii. Im taking ASL too!
  26. Hi Dar ive been studying ASL also i can be your study partner if you like. respond if you would like to practice sometimes.
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    • When searching for a good calculator app, specifically one that can handle calculations like the pythagorean theorem calculator angle https://calculatorprofessional.com/pythagorean-theorem-calculator, look for apps with high user ratings and robust features. Read reviews to see if other users mention its accuracy and usability for trigonometric calculations. This approach will help you find a reliable and user-friendly Pythagorean theorem calculator for angles.
    • Hi! I just started ASL today with great interest. As of now, I only know the basics including the alphabets, numbers 1-20, a few colors, and pronouns. Although I will only be learning on my free time, I still hope that I will be able to make friends here and learn together with them! 💙
    • Hey there, I'd be interested to chat and see if our levels match well for practicing together Message me!
    • I have not started learning yet, but am needing to get motivated to start! I have a hearing processing disorder and my Dr encouraged me to learn. I'd love new friends to learn with! 
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