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Lysandor

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  1. There's a variation on this that you will see sometimes as well where just the thumbs rotate.
  2. I have been told by local interpreters and Deaf that to sign the ILY single hand shape is very casual. Used more with friends and people that you love, but it is not really used for romantic love unless it's something like a casual goodbye to a partner. I LOVE YOU signed individually is used for romantic love. Something you would say for emphasis with a partner. Also, many younger Deaf will not sign LOVE in regards to objects. Older Deaf will still use this version, but younger tend to go with KISSFIST when referring to things/objects/activities that they Love.
  3. I think it would be a really great feature to have some type of notification be able to go out to those who request it that notifies them when someone has created/joined a room and are looking for others to sign with. The video chat feature is really great if you know that others are on. The problem with the iteration that it is now is that people need to know that there are people available to sign with and the current system requires a bit of fate or planning to ensure that you are in the lobby at the same time. Could you look into creating a system whereby a text or email notification is sent out to those that subscribe so that they will be notified when someone is looking for others to sign with.
  4. If you are looking to become an ASL interpreter, you will need to have a bachelors in something. The governing board for interpreters requires that you have a bachelors in order to sit for the exam. I think that to be a teacher of the deaf you do not have to have a degree in deaf education, but you would need a teaching certificate.
  5. Brandon, I didn't start college toward my career until I was 25. I didn't start learning ASL until I was 38. Don't feel bad for starting late.
  6. AGREE is not conceptually accurate. I was thinking maybe TRADE. But that's usually used for physical objects.
  7. Hey there. Welcome. U is still signed palm forward. You spelled your name JAQHELINE.
  8. Technically you can sign either. The more ASL version would be YOUR DOCTOR WHO with eyebrows lowered for the WHO. But you could technically ask WHO YOUR DOCTOR with eyebrows lowered the entire time. But this is usually considered more English. But you will still find Deaf people that do it. It's just not as ASL as the first example.
  9. THIS YEAR SHE BASIC ASL CLASS HAVE *raised eyebrows*
  10. ASL tends to put time first. That way everything after that references the same time period. So you would put your time point first. YEAR PAST HE BASIC ASL CLASS TAKE The sentence would be signed with raised eyebrows. Raised eyebrows are used for Yes/No questions. Lowered eyebrows are used for open ended questions.
  11. This is how I sign job. It is called a LEXICALIZED sign. This is a sign that started as fingerspelling and had turned into it's own specific sign. This sign is used for JOB. WORK had is own sign which is also in the video above. Both of the signs you're seeing on the websites are the lexicalized version of job and both are correct.
  12. I use that for COUNT. I fingerspell A-C-C-T for ACCOUNT.
  13. I use the first version. The second version looks like it might actually come from hearing people. It's a thing we do when we're hoping for something. Usually accompanied with someone saying something like, "Fingers crossed, I hope I get that job."
  14. As a side note, I've been told multiple times by different Deaf people to not use BECAUSE. They've told me it's too English. They prefer that you use a rhetorical question because it's more ASL. For example, instead of signing, "I GO STORE BECAUSE I NEED EGGS", they would prefer you sign, GO STORE WHY, NEED EGGS. That fits better to ASL grammar.
  15. That sign can also be used to mean SAY. If a deaf person sees a hearing person say something and wants to know what they said, they will tap their chin like that with scrunched eyebrows. It translates to "What did they just say?"
  16. HI, DURING THE WEEKEND I LIKE TO GO ON WALKS WITH MY DOGS, GO OUT WITH MY FRIENDS. MAYBE TO EAT PIZZA, I LIKE TO DANCE AND ENJOY BOWLING. WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO ON THE WEEKENDS?
  17. We really need some context on this. Is this from a video? What was the topic being discussed? Where on the body was this sing used? This is too out of context to really analyze.
  18. PS. Rolando, I really appreciate these videos. They're short and your signing speed is really helpful. Great work in helping people with their receptive skills.
  19. I have 3 dogs and 2 cats. My 3 dogs names are Edi, Molly, and Osita. My cats' names are Mittens and Shredder.
  20. Great practice. We can all help. First little bit of advice. The sign for MAKE in ASL does not work the way it does in English. MAKE in ASL is literally to create something. So for making friends you would want to sign something like FRIENDS ME WANT NEW. You can use MEET, FIND, ACQUIRE. Just not MAKE. Make is an English word that has about 10 different uses in English. In sign, the sign for make is literally to create something.
  21. Hi Veronica. Welcome. What resources are you using to learn right now? There are a ton available. I would imagine that LV has a decent amount of classes you could attend.
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