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  1. Introduce Myself : Damien Constantin

    It really depends. Most online programs and community college classes I've seen seem to go up to level 4. There are programs for interpreters that get Bachelors degrees that go up to ASL 5 or so and then there are specialization classes specific to interpreting. But I think it really depends on the individual program. It seems that for basic community knowledge that 4 is the base knowledge and the rest you pick up through interacting with Deaf people.
  2. Introduce Myself : Damien Constantin

    Awesome. The lifeprint videos are a great start. I'm around video number 50 with them at the moment. I'm also taking an ASL 2 class at my local community college. Good luck with your learning.
  3. Introduce Myself : Damien Constantin

    Hi Damien. Welcome. How do you plan to use your ASL? Why American Sign Language? Wouldn't it be more beneficial for you to learn LSF? Or do you plan to move to the United States or Canada?
  4. Hello, I'm Matt

    Hey Matt, I used to spend a lot of time in Frederick MD. Isn't there a Deaf school near there? Do they have any Deaf socials in that area?
  5. Why I’m learning ASL

    I hope he's learning too. Wouldn't do much good if you can talk to Deaf people, but he couldn't hear but couldn't sign either.
  6. ASDC Immersion Weekend

    Hi. Decided to post this here in case anyone else was interested. American Society for Deaf Children is having an immersion weekend on January 13/14. It's a two day 8 hours per day event. There will be workshops on fingerspelling, 1 on 1 times with Deaf instructors. Information on Deaf culture. All sorts of stuff. And you'll be split up based on skill level. http://deafchildren.org/2017/09/january-13-2018-asl-learning-in-camp-hill-pa/
  7. Unknown Sign

    I'm not 100% sure, but I think that might be the sign for PHARMACY. You signed MEDICINE + STORE. So I'm guessing that means PHARMACY. I don't know the context of the conversation. But that would be my guess.
  8. Howdy

  9. Gamer

    You could probably use ON TABLE GAME AGENT
  10. Hey there. For anyone interested in practicing who has a Glide account and would like to use it with others here, please post them here. I can start a practice group that we can all send messages to each other with. Mine is GAEHIWB. Add me and let me know that you're from this site and I'll add you to a practice group.
  11. Gamer

    I sign VIDEO GAME + AGENT.
  12. Howdy

    Sweet. I'm a queer gaymer boy who's an all around nerd. Welcome.
  13. Hello

    Glide in an app for your phone or tablet. MANY Deaf people use it to video chat. It's a good way to practice.
  14. Rookie

    You can add me on Glide and I'll try to add you when we get space. @GAEHIWB Just make sure that when you add me or you message me that you put that you are from this forum. I get random messages from spam on there sometimes. It helps me differentiate real people from fake.
  15. Rookie

    Yeah. It's an app for your smartphone. You have to have a decent camera. The app should be in whatever phone you uses app download program. It's called Glide. Just download it and it will set up a username or have you create one. Androids seem to force a ridiculous username on you. Download the app and you can find a couple different groups to chat with. Facebook has a few groups for beginner ASL users who want to sign with each other. I'm part of a practice group, though we're closing in on our 50 member max.