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Why are you learning ASL?

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


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    • Hi everyone I need tips and instructions for signs so I could make a short horror movie with sign language  because I feel that deaf community needs more attention. Since I know little bit of Emarati sign language and unfortunately they are not helping me to learn so I changed my mind about  Emarati sign language So please I need a help and thank you everyone 
    • hi ive started asl this year in high school and im really good and i look forword to talking and working with each of yall
    • My name is Brandy. I'm hearing. I've had friends that are deaf.  I would like to practice up on my sign language because I just started working with customers again.
    • I am also hearing. I used to sign when I was younger because I had friends that were deaf. I started working again and would like to and would like to start back practicing my sign language
    • Hello! My name is Reny, and I am searching for opportunities to practice ASL. I am hearing, and I am learning ASL as an independent study for school. I want to learn this language right, which is hard to do without another pair of eyes, so that is why I'm here. I am a novice in ASL, but I do already know some syntax, a handful of signs, and my alphabet, even if I do stumble a bit. I am looking forward to getting to know this community, and I am hoping I can be of assistance to others, as they are to me.
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