If I want to sign these sentences, will I be signing them in a grammatically correct way?
I'm going to tell you about a cheap sign lanuage course that you can do online.
I am a Teacher but I have Asthma so I have a lot of spare time.
Thanks for your help!
hiya ive started to learn sign language as, being 18, i have a lot of free time since my a levels have been cancelled. i wear hearing aids myself and have always wanted to learn so i can interact with others who are hard of hearing, so i thought now was a good time.
Having spent 35 years in NHS dentistry and engaging with the public I decide on retirement last year to reconnect with an interest in BSL started whilst at school .
I also met my fabulous nurse whilst on a signing course for dentistry .
It's been 17 years since I last did any sign language, and I have forgotten a lot of what I had learnt as I haven't used it on a regular basis. Now I'm on furlough leave I felt that it was an ideal time to brush up and re-learn. Although a lot of the signs so far are familiar, I've found that some are different to the signs I used previously
Hi everyone. I first did a sign language course 17 years ago, one of the reasons was my brother in law is deaf and although he is fantastic at lip reading I wanted to be able to sign with him too. I also taught my baby daughter basic signs so she communicate before she could speak. However, as I didn't use this every day I have forgotten a lot of signs; I thought that now I'm on furloughed leave it would be an idea time to brush up on my sign language and put it to good use! 😀
My name is Afton, I have wanted to learn sign language for a very long time but have never pushed myself to do it. I did a tiny bit back when I helped run youth groups, I would sign songs but that is about as far as my experience stretches. I work as an actor/creative and want to try and make the work that I create more inclusive which would begin with the knowledge of a language that would open up my levels of creating accessibility. I always strive for inclusiveness but I know ther
I'm Tiffany and I am a Canadian living in the UK. I work in Early Years and I think learning this new skill would be beneficial as it would enhance my teaching and interactions with the children.