Good luck with learning. There are a few websites that could really help. Lifeprint.com is good. Startasl.com has an actual online curriculum youcan take. ASL Practice is a Facebook group with a Glide group chat that can help you learn. There are a lot of ways to learn.
Hello everyone, my name is Megan. I am 26 years old and I am getting my masters in library and information science. I decided to join this site in hopes of bettering my sign language. I first learned ASL from a friend in college, but he has sadly moved away and I feel like I am losing the skill. I am excited to find someone -or multiple people, you know, the more the merrier- to get signing again. Thanks!
I came across a post on my feed a while back that talks about a story of a deaf man ordering at a fast-food chain. The cashier noticed that the man wasn't responding to her questions, so she asked him in ASL if he were hard of hearing. It was to the man's surprise that the cashier knew how to sign. With that, I've been interested in learning ASL for a few months now, but I haven't found a way to properly learn it. I've watched a few videos here and there that taught me how to finger spell, as well as signing some words. I'm looking forward to further my learning my ASL by understanding the gramatical structure and pick up more signs.