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  1. Introduce Yourself

    Introduce yourself to the community by telling us a little bit about yourself and your interest or experience of American Sign Language.

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  2. Using this website

    Tips and advice for using this website.

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    • You can learn a lot by watching ASL speakers talk to each other. Pick a video and then try to imitate what they are saying and how they are saying it. It is important that there is more than one person in the video so you can see how they react and respond with turn taking. Please post a video that you would like to discuss, and then ask questions about everything. Eventually you will undersrand enough to not need to ask a lot of questions in future videos. Here is an example to the knid of video to study. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hRRw15weblc
    • I am new at learning ASL so I could use the practice 
    • Thanks Lysandor your reply it's very helpful! 
    • Hey everyone, I'm HoH and am a proficient signer. I learned ASL through a community program as well as in college a few years ago. However, over the years my signing skills diminished since there aren't many signers in my family/friend circles or my local community. I hope I can make some friends here and eventually improve my signing skills to where they used to be, and hopefully better. ☺️ - Ryss
    • Hello! My name is Jessica, and I have been looking for a d/Deaf/ hard-of-hearing person with whom to conduct an interview for an ASL college assignment. I absolutely understand if you prefer not to participate, but it would help me very much! I am so glad to have found this place and hope to use it for further practice with ASL (I am very much a beginner haha). Thank you so much for your consideration! The questions I will ask include as follows. I may want to ask more depending on certain answers or areas of uncertainty. Introduce the person- ( where were they born, what is their family like, where did they grow up) Explain how they became deaf. (If they were deafened as a child or born deaf.) Explain what are their biggest challenges ( education, peers, bullying, jobs, communication) What would they like other people to know about them 
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