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Learning American Sign Language

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  1. Why are you learning ASL?

    Why did you decide to learn Sign Language?  Share your ASL story with the community.

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  2. What is the ASL sign for:

    Ask the community how to sign a certain word or to translate a sign that you have seen but do not know the meaning for.

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  3. ASL Songs, Stories, & Poems

    Share songs, stories, & poems in American Sign Language.

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  4. ASL Practice Zone

    Practice your ASL signing skills here with a short description or story and let other people give you feedback.

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  5. Courses & Classes

    Share tips, information, and stories about your experiences of learning sign language.

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  6. ASL in Schools

    Discuss your thoughts and ideas for learning and using American Sign Language in schools.

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  • Posts

    • 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 t
    • 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
    • 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.  
    • 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
    • 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. 
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