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ASL | Antonyms Vocabulary With Review | American Sign Language

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Lessons in This Class

65 Lessons (3h 17m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      0:47
    • 2. Explore | Group 1 Words

      0:52
    • 3. Learn | ABOVE vs BELOW

      3:15
    • 4. Learn | ADD vs SUBTRACT

      2:30
    • 5. Learn | ALIVE vs DEAD

      2:48
    • 6. Learn | ALL vs NONE

      2:54
    • 7. Learn | ARRIVE vs LEAVE

      2:39
    • 8. Practice | Group 1 Test

      3:08
    • 9. Sign | Group 1 Words ⏲ 4s

      3:00
    • 10. Understand | Group 1 Words

      2:31
    • 11. Explore | Group 2 Words

      0:32
    • 12. Learn | BEST vs WORST

      2:55
    • 13. Learn | BUSY vs IDLE

      4:01
    • 14. Learn | CAREFUL vs CARELESS

      3:35
    • 15. Learn | CORRECT vs INCORRECT

      3:04
    • 16. Learn | DEFEND vs ATTACK

      2:42
    • 17. Sign | Group 2 Words ⏲ 4s

      3:18
    • 18. Understand | Group 2 Words

      2:35
    • 19. Practice | Groups 1-2 Test

      2:40
    • 20. Sign | Groups 1-2 Word Pairs ⏲ 6s

      3:35
    • 21. Understand | Groups 1-2 Word Pairs

      5:12
    • 22. Explore | Group 3 Words

      0:33
    • 23. Learn | EARLY vs LATE

      2:24
    • 24. Learn | FREEDOM vs SLAVERY

      3:11
    • 25. Learn | FRIEND vs ENEMY

      3:30
    • 26. Learn | GENEROUS vs SELFISH

      3:00
    • 27. Learn | HARD vs SOFT

      3:23
    • 28. Sign | Group 3 Words ⏲ 4s

      2:57
    • 29. Understand | Group 3 Words

      2:33
    • 30. Explore | Group 4 Words

      0:33
    • 31. Learn | HELLO vs GOODBYE

      1:51
    • 32. Learn | IMPOSSIBLE vs POSSIBLE

      2:34
    • 33. Learn | KID vs ADULT

      2:31
    • 34. Learn | LAUGH vs CRY

      3:05
    • 35. Learn | LOUD vs QUIET

      2:53
    • 36. Sign | Group 4 Words ⏲ 4s

      2:52
    • 37. Understand | Group 4 Words

      2:14
    • 38. Practice | Groups 3-4 Test

      2:04
    • 39. Sign | Groups 3-4 Word Pairs ⏲ 6s

      4:05
    • 40. Understand | Groups 3-4 Word Pairs

      4:57
    • 41. Explore | Group 5 Words

      0:33
    • 42. Learn | MARRY vs DIVORCE

      2:35
    • 43. Learn | NIGHT vs DAY

      2:40
    • 44. Learn | PEACE vs WAR

      3:10
    • 45. Learn | PROBLEM vs SOLUTION

      3:07
    • 46. Learn | RICH vs POOR

      2:29
    • 47. Sign | Group 5 Words ⏲ 4s

      3:08
    • 48. Understand | Group 5 Words

      2:35
    • 49. Explore | Group 6 Words

      0:31
    • 50. Learn | SAME vs DIFFERENT

      2:16
    • 51. Learn | SHOW vs HIDE

      2:51
    • 52. Learn | START vs END

      2:43
    • 53. Learn | SUCCESS vs FAILURE

      3:16
    • 54. Learn | TERRIBLE vs WONDERFUL

      3:22
    • 55. Sign | Group 6 Words ⏲ 4s

      2:56
    • 56. Understand | Group 6 Words

      2:31
    • 57. Practice | Groups 5-6 Test

      1:50
    • 58. Sign | Groups 5-6 Word Pairs ⏲ 6s

      4:08
    • 59. Understand | Groups 5-6 Word Pairs

      4:48
    • 60. Practice | Test Format

      1:09
    • 61. Sign | All Related Pairs ⏲ 6s

      10:15
    • 62. Practice | Test Format

      2:33
    • 63. Sign | Random Pairs ⏲ 6s

      10:16
    • 64. Understand | Random Pairs

      10:55
    • 65. Conclusion & Thank You

      0:19
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IN THIS COURSE, we’re going to boost your vocabulary skills in American Sign Language (ASL). You’ll learn a total of sixty (60) vocabulary words and be tested on what you've learned. The words are divided into six (6) groups and further sectioned into antonym word pairs. We'll learn each sign step by step and review what we’ve learned in each group as we progress. At the end, there are multiple tests covering all words from all word groups. We’ll test your ability to sign the words and understand what the instructor is signing to you.

*** This course is designed for complete beginners without any prior knowledge of ASL. Previous ASL skills are welcome but NOT required.

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IN THIS COURSE:

  • Students will learn sixty (60) vocabulary words individually, step by step, to guarantee clear communication
  • Groups 1-2 words: ABOVE, BELOW, ADD, SUBTRACT, ALIVE, DEAD, ALL, NONE, ARRIVE, LEAVE, BEST, WORST, BUSY, IDLE, CAREFUL, CARELESS, CORRECT, INCORRECT, DEFEND, ATTACK
  • Groups 3-4 words: EARLY, LATE, FREEDOM, SLAVERY, FRIEND, ENEMY, GENEROUS, SELFISH, HARD, SOFT, HELLO, GOODBYE, IMPOSSIBLE, POSSIBLE, KID, ADULT, LAUGH, CRY, LOUD, QUIET
  • Groups 5-6 words: MARRY, DIVORCE, NIGHT, DAY, PEACE, WAR, PROBLEM, SOLUTION, RICH, POOR, SAME, DIFFERENT, SHOW, HIDE, START, END, SUCCESS, FAILURE, TERRIBLE, WONDERFUL
  • Each individual sign will be taught step by step to ensure comprehension, correct hand shape, and hand position
  • Students will be repeatedly tested on their ability to sign and recognize ALL material taught in the course

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AFTER TAKING THIS COURSE:

  • Students will know how to sign (60) essential vocabulary words in ASL
  • Students will be able to recognize and understand all vocabulary words in the course
  • Students will understand the mechanics of each sign taught in the course
  • Students will feel more confident as they continue their journey of ASL improvement

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REQUIREMENTS:

  • A desire to learn, improve, and be more confident signing in ASL
  • A desire to enrich ASL vocabulary and communication skills
  • A computer, tablet, or smartphone to access the study material

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QUESTIONS:

What is the main focus of this course?

  • This course focuses on using antonym word pairs to increase essential vocabulary skills in American Sign Language (ASL). Students will learn, review, and be tested on ALL vocabulary that is taught throughout the course.

Do I need to have prior knowledge or experience with ASL before taking this class?

  • No. This course is designed for complete beginners without any prior knowledge of ASL. All necessary signs are taught step by step in the course.

Will this course test me on what is taught?

  • Yes. This course contains multiple sections of review and testing where you have the opportunity to demonstrate your ASL signing and recognition skills.

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

  • Hello! My name is Michael. When I was three years old, my younger brother became sick with spinal meningitis. In the process, my brother became deaf with an almost complete hearing loss. This difficult situation provided a unique opportunity for my family and I to become fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). Unlike some deaf children, my brother was not sent away to a deaf or hard of hearing school. He grew up with us, his hearing family, and we were active in the deaf community.
  • As a police officer and federal investigator, I often used ASL to communicate with and interpret for witnesses, victims, and perpetrators. I decided to create ASL courses because it’s a useful and practical skill to have. Like learning any language, it opens your mind and creates the ability to communicate with a whole new group of people.

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1. Course Introduction: Hello. This course is all about vocabulary. So that means lots of words, lots of words. We're going to learn a total of 60 vocabulary words. So that's 60 signs. All right, so we'll group them together in antonym pairs, right? So word opposites. We'll learn bit by bit. We learn each sign individually and as we're going, will have many reviews. You know, review what you just learned. Then we'll learn some more. Have another review. Learn some or have another review. At the end. After we've covered everything, we're going to have some tests that cover everything. Oh, boy, we're gonna boost your vocabulary ability. All right, let's jump in. 2. Explore | Group 1 Words: Okay, It's Group one. Words. Wonderful. Okay, we're going to learn the signs for above. Below Ad Subtract alive, dead and none arrive and leave. Okay, so in each part, we're going to take two words, and we're going to learn them. Well, actually, learn each word individually, and then we'll practice signing the pair. Okay, so here we go. Let's do it. After we learn, all of the words will be doing a test. We'll talk about that when we get there. Right now, let's focus on learning the words, learning the words, Ariel. 3. Learn | ABOVE vs BELOW: Here are the signs for above and below. Above below. Okay, let's jump in. And first we're gonna talk about above. All right. Hand shapes were going to use both hands on this sign here. This is the hand shape. The fingers are not spread apart There. Close together. Thumb along the side. Okay, so take your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed. My non dominant hand is my left hand. I'm going to make a platform. Okay? Never. Same hand shapes left my left hand. My non dominant hand platform. Now my dominant hand. My right hand. I'm going to kind of hover make a circle rotation on top above because something is above our platform. So are non dominant hand. If you're Lefty used that one and then go like this. But I'm righty, so I'm using my left hand putting that here. That's my platform. Now I have above. Okay. From the side above other side above. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position. I say the rest position because if you ever watch sign language interpreters, they're always about here when they're not signing. Because suddenly Bob Bacon spring in action when they need to start signing. Okay, so let's sign above three times from the rest position. Here we go. Above. Above. Above. Okay, so we talked about above. Let's talk about below. Wonderful thing. Same hand shapes, OK. Going to use both hands and shapes of the same just like before when we did above. Okay, so start with your non dominant hand. So for me, my lefty, we're going to make the platform. All right? Now, with our dominant hand, I'm right handed. We'll put it below. And instead of going like this for above, we go like this for below. Same motion. Just be low our platform. All right, So your non dominant hand is like your reference point. Your platform, What you're comparing to, right? So we're below before we were above. Now we're below. Okay, let's do it from the side below. Other sign below. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Below below. Be low below. Okay, Maybe that was for who cares? All right. So we did the signs for above and below. Let's do him do one after each other. Let's to go above and then be low. Here we go above be low, right? You don't have to come down to rest in between the signs you could go above below. Right? Okay, So we talked about the signs for above and below. Sounds pretty good. 4. Learn | ADD vs SUBTRACT: Here are the signs for add and subtract. OK, we have add and we have subtract. All right, let's jump in and talk about ad. We're going to use both hands for this sign. Okay? With your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed with my left hand. I'm going to make this hand shape. Imagine there's some powder on your hand or sand, and you're tryingto pick it up. It's a little bit difficult, but your fingers and your thumb come together to form this shape. Right? Stick it out here with my right hand. My dominant hand. I'm going to have it open at the bottom. I grab something, put it in the other the same shape as this one, and put it in. All right, So ad add, I'm picking up something. I'm putting it in. I'm adding it. All right. From the side and from the other side ad right from the front list. Do it three times from the rest position. Let's sign. Add. All right, here we go. And ad bad. Okay, good. Let's talk about subtract. All right, We're gonna be taking something away. Both hands. Both hands on this sign as well with your non dominant hand. Make this handshake. Alright, Tight together, fingers tight. Stick it out here. So the tips are pointing forward. We have the bottom part of the hand facing right here. Okay, Stick it there. Now with your dominant hand for me. My right hand. We have this kind of claw shape, put it above a little bit and now scraped down and end in a fist. Alright, Subtract, subtract. All right. I'm not actually touching my hands. I'm not scraping it. It's just coming close. Subtract. And this is great in visual. You're taking something away. You're subtracting from the side. Subtract from the other side, Subtract All right from the front. Let's do it three times. Here we go. Subtract, subtract, subtract. Mm. Okay, So we talked about the signs for add and subtract. Let's sign them. We're going to go ad and then subtract. Here we go. Bad. Subtract. All right. Ad, subtract one more time. Ad subtract. Sounds pretty good. 5. Learn | ALIVE vs DEAD: Let's talk about the signs for alive and dead. Okay, Here's a sign for alive. Here's a sign for dead. Okay, let's jump in. All right, alive. We're going to use both hands now. Make the shape both hands in the shape of the letter. A like ABC in the alphabet. We have AIDS. How do you make AIDS? I have your hands. I'll just kind of make a fist, but leave your thumb out on the side. Okay. We have AIDS. No. Take the A's. We're gonna take the inside parts. Gonna put them here. Right close to kind of midsection right here. Lower chest, upper abdomen. And we're gonna go alive. All right, Alive, Alive from the side alive. All right, other side alive. All right. When I start, my hands are actually touching my chest. Just kind of resting their or upper abdomen wherever you want to call it. Go like this. And then it's just kind of a quick, jerky motion. Alive, alive. Energy is alive. Okay, let's talk about dead. We're going to use both hands. The hand shapes are going to be like this. All right. Fingers not loose. Fingers tight together. Thumb along the side. Okay. With your dominant hand, My I'm right handed. So here's my dominant hand. I'm gonna put it here, face down with my non dominant hand. I'm gonna put it alongside, but face up, palm up. Right. Okay, so we're like this right hand palm down, left hand, face up, and then we're gonna roll it over dead. All right, once again. Dead. Okay, So dominant. Hand palm down. Non dominant. Hand palm up. Now roll it over. One motion dead from the side, dead from the other side. Dead. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Dead. Dead. Dead. Okay, so we talked about the signs for alive and dead. So let's get some practice. Here we go. Let's sign alive, and then we're gonna sign dead. Here we go. Sign with me. Here we go. Alive. Dead. All right, let's do arrest in between. How about that? Let's go alive. Rest dead. Alright. Again. Sign with me. Here we go. Alive. Dead. All right, One more time. Alive. Dead. Okay. Sounds pretty good. 6. Learn | ALL vs NONE: Let's talk about all and none. All right, let's jump in. Take a look at all. Okay. Hand shapes are the same like this. Okay? I'm right. Take your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed my non dominant hand left. Put it right here. Right. Palm facing in. All right. Kind of like this. Just leave. It's not gonna move right? My dominant hand. My right hand. I'm gonna start here. I'm gonna go in front I'm around and place my hand right here with the back part touching the inside of mind Non dominant hand my left hand like that So it starts here Goes all the way around and down below and back. Okay, All from the side. Guarding. Ending. All right, All other side. Oh, okay. From the front, once again. All right, Sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Um Oh. Oh, Okay. It's a nice representation because it's a full circle. It's the full 100%. It's everything because it's all Oh, okay. Let's talk about the sign for none. Here's the sign. None. Right. Same hand shapes for both hands. We're going to use the letters. Oh, right. O p Q. Oh, All right. Start a boat here and now they're turned out just a little bit. So not spacing. Straightforward. Turned out just a little bit. And now in one motion, Go like this. All right? None? No. All right. So I'm not going straight forward. It's not like this. It's a little bit out to the sign. None from the side. None other side? None. All right. None. Because we're using zeros and we have none. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. None. None. None. Okay, so we learned two signs. We learned all and we learned none. All right, so let's do a little practice. Here we go. Let's sign all that. Will rest in between and then we'll sign none. Here we go. Ah, none. Again. Again. Oh, none. All right. One more time. Um, none. Okay. These were the signs for all and none 7. Learn | ARRIVE vs LEAVE: Let's talk about arrive and leave. Okay, here we go. Let's take a look at arrive. Here's the sign. Arrive right hand shapes are the same like this. Alright, tight together, right? Your non dominant hand. So I'm writing my non dominant hand. Lefty. Make a little platform. It's not perfectly flat. It's not tilted. It's just kind of sitting right there. May be tilted in a little bit. That's our destination, All right. With our dominant hand I'm writing, we're gonna take it and we're going to put the back part of it onto the palm or on the top part, the fingers open part of our non dominant hand. Our destination, right? It's gonna look like this. Arrive. Arrive. All right, you might notice. My body kind of moves a little bit. My head moves a bit, So it's like this verses. All right. We try to stay away from the robot version when there's no basically expression or anything , because it takes energy to get somewhere right to arrive right from the side. Arrive, other side arrive. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Arrive, arrive, arrive. Okay, let's talk a boat. Leave the opposite. All right, We're going to start with their hand boat here. It's gonna be in kind of a clause shape. Or maybe like you're catching a ball. That handshake just loose started here. Now move it to the side and put the fingertips together. Kind of like you're pulling on something. Whisp of air. I don't know if something like that Leave right. Leave. Something was here, and now it's gone. This could also be for go out. All right, leave from the side. Leave other side leave. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Leave. Leave. Leave. Okay, So it had to signs. We have arrived and we have leave. All right, let's do of some practice. Here we go. Let's sign. Arrive. We'll come back to the rest, and then we'll sign. Leave. Here we go. Arrive. Leave. All right, again. Arrive, Leave. Arrive. Leave. Okay, Sounds good. This these were the signs for arrive and leave 8. Practice | Group 1 Test: Okay, let's do some practice before the test. What? That's right test. Okay, so we've been learning. We've been studying. Now it's time to do some review. We're going to have two parts. One part will be that you sign what you see. Next part will be me signing. You're trying to understand. What am I signing? Okay, you're going to notice if you're a few things first, you're going to see that hand down there. Right? That hand means that you sign all right. Later will change into, like, a face with glasses. And that will mean that you watch me. Okay. Uh, what am I signing? You might notice there is a timer. Um, the tire only be here when we're in the section where I show you something. Then you have to sign it, and I'll start the timer right after I show you the word. Okay. So I'll hang out when the timer's done, Then I will sign it. All right. So let's do a little bit of practice, and you could see what it looks like. So this will be the format, basically, for all of the tests throughout the whole course, So pay attention All right, so let's do a quick, quick one quick example. I'm gonna show you a word. Just a single word, and you sign it before the timers up. All right? We've already learned it. Let's do it. Here we go. Okay. So the sign was all, and we already learned that it's all all right? Uh, no. Did you beat the timer? Well, that's basically how the test will work For the first part, when you see the little hand will be using the timer you sign, you beat the timer. If if you need to pause the video. If you need more time, that's OK. No worries. All right. In the second part, there won't be a time. Let's see what happens here. All right. There won't be a timer. What? You'll see this guy down there. And that means what? Look at me because I will be signing. All right, So I sign you. Watch, Huh? What is he doing? Ah ha. So you try to understand what I'm signing. All right, so let's do a quick practice one. Okay? So I will sign something. I will sign it two times, and you try to figure out what I'm doing. All right, Here we go. Okay. So what did I sign? So now I show you the answer. I signed leave. All right. So that's how it works. We're going to have a section where you sign, and then there will be section where I signed you try to figure out what I'm doing. Ah, One more thing in the testing sections, I'll have my glasses, their unique and cool, But even better I won't be saying anything is going to be completely quiet and we'll communicate through Sign. All right, So you know the format. This is how testing works. I'm to prove our skills. Let's do it. 11. Explore | Group 2 Words: Group two words. All right, What an opportunity. Okay, we're going to learn. Learn. We're going to learn Best. Worst busy, Are you Tal? Careful. Careless, correct. Incorrect. Defend and attack. Okay, let's do it. What are we waiting for? 12. Learn | BEST vs WORST: Let's talk about the signs for best and worst. Okay, First will jump in to best. Here's a sign once again. Best. All right, We're going to take this hand shape right here. Take the inside part of your fingertips. Put it in front of your mouth. You don't actually have to touch your mouth. Just get close. All right? Now pull off to the side, go up and make a thumbs up. All right? So, best best if it's the bestest of the best Best. Whatever you go can go even higher and show more. Best best. All right. From the side. Best other side best. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Best best best. Okay, so that was a sign for best. Let's talk about worst. Here is the sign. Okay. So hand shapes are the same for both hands Were going to be using the letter K right from the alphabet. J k L Right, K. How do we make a K? Well, you have your hand here, fingers spread apart. Get rid of your pinky and your ring finger. Now put your thumb in between your index and your middle finger, but push more towards and leaning on the middle finger. All right, so it looks like that. Okay. All right. Okay, so that is a Kate. So we have our Kays. Now we're going to use both hands for this sign worst. All right, we're going to cross. All right, So I'm right handed. My dominant hand will be on the inside. My left hand will be on the outside. All right. Worst worst. All right. Worst If you're left handed, just do the opposite. Your left hand on the inside, Right hand on the outside Worst So I'm right handed. My right hand would be on the inside Worst from the side Worst other side Worst Hey, let's do it three times in the rest position Signed with me Here we go. Worst Worst Worst. Okay, so we learned two signs We have best and we have worst. So let's do a little practice. Okay, let's sign Best come back down to the rest position and then sign Worst right Here we go. Best Worst Best Worst Alright again. Here we go. Best Worst best worst. All right. So these were the signs for best and worst 13. Learn | BUSY vs IDLE: Let's talk about the signs for busy and idol. All right, let's start with busy. Here we go. Here's a sign. Okay? So I'm right handed with my non dominant hand. My left hand. I'm going to make a fist that I'm gonna put it down here and have a platform. Okay? My dominant hand. I'm gonna make the letter b like ABC. How do you make a B? We go like this. Put our thumb in front. There's a B. Now take your wrist and we're going to rub it on the ridge of our fist. Alright. Busy adding a facial expression to show that someone is kind of frenetic. They're busy. They're full of action movement. Busy from the side, Busy from the other side. Busy right from the front again. Busy. All right, let's do this Sign three times from the rest position. Here we go. Busy, busy, busy. Okay. You might be thinking this sign looks like the sign for business. Well, let me show you the both of them. And you have You can see what the difference is. OK, so first I'm gonna do busy. Busy right now. Business. All right. Did you see the difference. Busy business. Okay, So busy. The one that we're working with today is right. Fist closed. Moving. Making friction busy. Be alright. Businesses open. Be open. 12 12 Okay. Busy business. Mm. So we're gonna focus on busy. All right, let's talk about Idol. Let me show you the sign. You're going to just have to have fun with this one, because the facial expression is very important part of this sign. All right, if you go like a robot, you probably would maybe be understood. But if you go like this, you really be understood. Okay, so the hand shapes are the same. We're going to use a letter X. How do you make the letter X? Well, put these three fingers down. Come in. Now. Make a hook like your captain hook Hook that isn't X like X Y Z in the alphabet. X right. Both hands. Like X. Now, put him down here. I'm right handed to my left hand is not really gonna move. It's just going to stay there. Right? But with my right hand, I go like this. You kind of lay it back. And at the same time, your face goes like this because you're lazier are you know, you just say no energy. Uh, right Idol radio from the side. I you know, other side idol. All right, from the front once again, Idol. All right, let's do idol three times from the rest position. Here we go. Okay. So we talked about the signs for busy and idol. All right, so let's do some practice. Let's sign. Busy. Come back down to the rest position, then we'll sign idol. Right? So sign with me. Here we go. Busy idol again. Here we go. Busy idol. Busy idol. All right, so we talked about the science for busy and idol. Wonderful. 14. Learn | CAREFUL vs CARELESS: Let's talk about careful and careless. All right. First, let's look into careful. Here's the sign. Okay, We're going to be using the letters K from the alphabet. All right. J K l How do you make it, K? Well, hand shaped like this. Put your ring finger and pinky finger down, take your middle finger and press it in the middle, but more pressing against your middle finger. All right. In between index and middle finger, but pressing against your middle finger. Looks like that there is a cake, right? Both hand shapes like that. Now, we're going to take your non dominant hand if you're righty. So I'm righty. This is my non dominant hand. Put it down here. We have a k. I'm gonna put my right hand on top if you're left handed. Do the opposite. Okay, so I'm right handed. My right hand goes on top. Now I'm going to go like this about twice. Two times. Add in a facial expression that shows where serious were careful. Were earnest were careful. All right. Careful from the side. All right. Other side from the front. Once again. Careful. All right, Let's do this. Sign. Three times from the rest position. Here we go. Careful, Careful. Careful. Okay. All right. Let's talk about careless. Mm. Opposite facial expression. This time, we're gonna be the kind. Like this. All right, All right. We're going to use use hand shapes, letters you. How do you make a you go like this? Fingers tight. Now get rid of the the ring finger and the pinky finger. Put your thumb in front. There's your you all right? If you open it up, it's a V. We don't wanna be. We want a you. So both hand shapes like that. You Here we go. Turn them. All right. Now we're going to let them kind of bounce. They're going to go this and then out. All right? All right. From this side, they go in and then bounce back out other side from the front. And we're trying, Teoh, communicate with our facial expression that someone is careless there, You know, they're not making good decisions there. Caress, You know, they don't care. Uh huh. Okay, let's do this sign three times from the rest position. Here we go. Careless, careless, careless. Okay, so we learned the signs for careful and careless. Okay, let's do some practice. Let's sign. Careful. Come back to rest. Position and sign. Careless. Here we go. All right, again. Here we go. Careful now. Careless again here ago. Careful. Airless. All right. So we talked about the signs for careful and careless. Wonderful. 15. Learn | CORRECT vs INCORRECT: Let's talk about correct and incorrect. All right, here we go. Let's start with Correct. All right. Going to use both hands. The hand shapes are the same. Wonderful Index fingers like you're gonna point. Or you could say the number one. Uh, so I'm right handed my non dominant hand, my left hand still in the shape of index finger. I'm gonna put it down here, right? It's just pointing out like that. That's actually our platform, because you wanna take the other one index finger, take the bottom part and put it down, all right? Like you're a judge. You're saying correct. All right. Uh, correct. It also works for right, Right? Like right and wrong. Correct. From the side. Correct. Other side. Correct. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Correct. Correct. Correct. All right. You added, like the affirmative. It just makes it more easier to understand that, you know, whatever you're talking about is actually correct. All right, let's talk about incorrect. I'm going to use one hand dominant hand, so I'm right handed. I'm gonna make the why. Shaped like X y Z and alphabet. Why? How do you make A Why? Take your hand like this. Leave your pink in your thumb out. But the other three fingers Put them down. Now take the knuckles of the three fingers and place it against your chin. Mm. All right. Wrong. Incorrect, huh? Incorrect can also be The sign can also be for wrong. All right. Incorrect. Mm. All right. If you furrow your eyebrows, you know, you can add extra motion that whatever the situation is, it's incorrect. Incorrect from the side. Incorrect. Other side. Incorrect. Uh, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Incorrect. Incorrect. Incorrect. Okay, so we learned the signs for correct and incorrect. These are also the signs for right and wrong. All right, so here we're doing correct and incorrect. Let's do some practice. All right, let's sign. Correct. Come back down to rest, position and sign. Incorrect. All right. Do it with me. Here we go. Correct. Incorrect. Correct. Incorrect. Correct. Incorrect. All right, one more time. Correct. Incorrect. Notice how the shaking of the head for incorrect, you know, kind of emphasises. It's wrong. It's incorrect. And the nodding of the head for correct. Mm, It's right. Okay. We just talked about the signs for correct and incorrect 16. Learn | DEFEND vs ATTACK: Let's talk about the signs for defend and attack. Right? 1st 1 let's jump into defend. We're going to use the same hand shapes for both hands. Pistes alright. The letter asks you could say fists, right? So I'm right handed. I'm gonna put my right hand on the inside my non dominant hand, left hand on the outside and then pushed forward like you're protecting your defending, right? It's not just a slow and it's Ah, abrupt action. Abrupt motion. All right. From the side, Defend from the other side. Defend from the front once again. Defend. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position. Defend, defend, Defend. Okay, let's talk about attack. Here is the sign. All right, We're going to use both hands. The hand shapes are this right? So you have your hands or spaces in between the fingers. Now tighten it up. That's what we need. Right? So I'm right handed my left hand non dominant hand. I'm gonna put it like this palm facing towards me. All right? That's kind of like our target. All right, now we're gonna take the other ones. Same hand shape, used the tips, and we're going to kind of stab it. Alright. Attack. Or maybe it's a ship when it's crashing into the wall. I don't know. Attack from the side. I tank. Other side attack. All right, front. Once again. Attack! Right, Let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Attack! Attack! Attack! All right. This is also kind of a quick, jerky, abrupt quick motion. It's not like la la la la Oh, here I am. It's like attack straightaway. Zing! All right, We talked about the signs for defend and attack. All right, so let's do some practice. Here we go. We're gonna sign, defend, come back to rest, and then sign Attack a couple of times. Sign with me. Here we go. Defend, attack, Defend! Attack! Defend Attack! Okay, again, One more time. Defend attack. All right. We talked about the signs for defend and attack. Great 19. Practice | Groups 1-2 Test: What? Oh, we have the timer. That means it's time for a test. Okay, so I will be testing you on group one and Group two words. We've already learned 20 words. Way to go. Okay, so this is practice before the test, so you can get an idea of the format. All right, So the first part is, remember the hand you'll be signing. Right. So I'm gonna show you two words this time. The timer will be for six seconds. You'll have six seconds to sign the two words if you need to pause the video and just take more time to figure it out. It's okay to no worries. So let's do it. Let's do a practice one. I'm gonna show you two words. Start the timer and you sign. Sorry. In, like, crazy. Here we go. Okay. So the signs were dead and best. Okay, So dead and best. How did you do? So that is the first part. All right. With the hand, the second part there won't be a timer, but you'll have me. All right. And you have that guy down there, right? Once we see him, what do we do? What do we know we know that. I'm going to be signing. You're gonna watch, huh? What am I signing? What's he doing? Ah ha. Try to figure out. Try to understand what I'm signing. I'm going to sign two separate signs. When I start, my hands will be down here. I'll come up here, I'll sign one sign. Come back down, sign the second sign, and then I'll go back down again down here. Then I'll repeat. So two cycles. All right. I'm talking too much. I'll show you what I mean. Here we go. All right. So what did I sign? Well, I started down here first cycle above incorrect. Then I went back down to start the second cycle above Incorrect. Okay, so that is our format. One where you signed, what you see next were you watch me and figure out what I'm saying. All right. Time to put on my glasses in time for me to be quiet and start signing. Here we go. Let's do it. 22. Explore | Group 3 Words: Oh, boy is Group three words. Okay. Here the signs that we're going toe learn. All right. Early late. Freedom Slavery, friend Enemy generous, selfish, hard and soft. Okay, so what are we waiting for? Let's get learning and exploring. 23. Learn | EARLY vs LATE: Let's talk about early and late. Okay? The 1st 1 early. We're going to use both hands with your non dominant hand, so I'm right handed. My non dominant hand is left. Make this shape. Okay. Now we're gonna put it down here for a platform with my dominant hand. My right hand. I'm going to go like this. Now bend my middle finger forward on Lee the middle finger. We're going to use the tip right now. Put the tip over on the side of your platform by your thumb and slide your finger. You're the tip of your middle finger across. All right, So it looks like this early early from the side early. Other side early. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Early. Early, Early. Okay, let's talk a boat late. All right? Just use your dominant hand for me. It's my right hand, and the hand shapes gonna be like this, right? So we put her hand over here. We just let it flop down, right? Or we turn it down. We pivot it down. Something like that. From the side from the other side. Late. Okay. From the front. Late, All right. Kind of like a doors, maybe shutting or flaps flapping down late. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Late. Late. Late. All right. So we talked about the science for early and late. All right, let's do some practice. Okay? We're going to sign early, and then we're gonna sign late in between. Go to the rest position. All right? So sign with me. Here we go. Early. Late. Early. Late. Early, Late. Okay. Again. Early. Late. Early. Late. Okay. These were the signs for early and late. 24. Learn | FREEDOM vs SLAVERY: Let's talk about the signs for freedom and slavery. Okay, let's jump straight in. All right, here's a sign. Poor freedom. Right hand shapes the same. Both hands on this side. We're going to use the letter s or a fist right now. Rotates so the palms are facing towards you and cross at the wrists. Okay. Keep your dominant hand on the inside, so I'm right handed. I'll keep my dominant hand on the inside. If you're Lefty, put your left hand on the inside. Okay, So I'm right handed, right hand on the inside. Start like this like you're bounder in chains. You're tied up. Whatever. Ah ha. But its freedom. So tooting your free freedom, Freedom, freedom. And as you're going out, rotate your wrist, right. It's not like this. It's like this Rotate. So the end position is your palms facing forward? Still in fist hand shapes Arms towards you roti out All right, Freedom from the side Freedom from the other side. Freedom. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Freedom, freedom. Freedom! All right. You could have kind of an up uplifting look on your face because It's a good thing. Freedom. All right, let's talk a boat. The opposite. Slavery. All right? We're still going to use fists or the s shape of our hands. All right, so now we're going across it, the wrist. But this time, we're not rotating fully. All right, so the palms air actually facing each other. All right, so cross at the wrist and start off a little bit towards your dominant side. So I'm right handed, so my dominant signed would be over here. Okay, so we go just back and forth, All right? So slavery, slavery from the sign. Slavery on the other side. Slavery. All right. From the front once again. Slavery. Okay, so let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Slavery! Slavery, Slavery. Okay, so we learned the signs for freedom and slavery. Let's do some practice. OK, so we're going to sign freedom, come back down to the rest position, and then sign slavery. Okay. All right, let's do it. Just a sec. Okay. Here, Rio, sign with me. All right? Freedom, Slavery, Freedom! Slavery, Freedom. Slavery. Alright. Again, One more time. Here we go. Freedom. Slavery! All right. We just talked about the signs for freedom and slavery. 25. Learn | FRIEND vs ENEMY: Let's talk about friend and enemy. All right. Jumping straight in, friend. Here is the sign. All right, We're going to use index fingers. Okay, so I'm right handed. My 1st 1 will be on top, and my duck non dominant hand will be on the bottom. Now, we're just gonna touch our index fingers about here. All right? You can see that. Uh, so we go one and then we flip it over to All right. So, friend from the side friend, other side friend. All right, so the fingers kind of start straight, and when they make contact, they curve a little bit. I've seen some people curve a lot. It's fine, friend. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Friend. Friend, friend. Okay, let's move on to enemy. All right, here is the sign. Poor enemy. All right, It's a two part sign. And actually, this is a bonus, because you can learn to newest signs, and together they mean enemy. Mm. Alright. So first we have opposite. The second sign is person. All right. So opposite using the index fingers, point them at each other. Start in. You can touch a little bit or a little bit Gap in between is fine, but just pull out, Separate them. Ah, that means opposite. All right. Opposite from the side opposite other side opposite. Okay, so this is opposite the first part of the sign. Now we go opposite, and then we go, like this person. All right, so when you do a person, these air, the hand shapes same. All right, we're going to making the sides of a box start up and go down. All right. Person from the side person, other side person. Okay. So altogether, its opposite person. Which makes sense because your enemy is opposite something you probably don't like in definitely opposite of your friend. But once again, opposite person means enemy. All right, from the side. Enemy, other side enemy. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Enemy enemy, enemy. All right, let's do some practice because we learn the signs for friend and enemy. Okay, so let's sign, friend. Come back down to the resting position and then we'll sign enemy. Here we go. Friend. Enemy friend. Enemy friend. Enemy. All right again. Here we go, friend. Enemy Brende enemy. All right. These were the signs for friend and enemy. Wonderful 26. Learn | GENEROUS vs SELFISH: Let's talk about generous and selfish. All right? Starting with generous. Here is the sign. Okay, We're going to be using two hands, and we're going to be alternating the movements. All right, So the 1st 1 is you kind of start like you're holding something. Maybe some cash, some coins, some whatever. And you're just throwing it out there. You're getting it out there. Right One. Now we do with our left hand or your opposite hand. One to three. There's bling bling, right? You're just getting the money out there. Your generous. Uh, so 123 All right, from the side. 123 Other side generous. All right, from the front, once again. Generous. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Generous, generous, Generous. Okay, this was assigned for a generous Let's talk about selfish. All right, we're going to use both hands, and they're going to be in the shape of Visa. All right, so the bees, the fingers will be straight to start. Now, let me explain. We're gonna tilt it down. Kind of like, And the fingers, the tips of the fingers are pointing forward. All right to whoever were communicating with. Maybe so. We're like now, as we pull back, we're going to curve the fingers, so it's gonna look something like this and go like this, and we're gonna do it twice. So 12 from the side. 12 other side. Selfish. I'm selfish, right? Adding a face. You know, you're pissed off. Someone got your stuff. Whatever. And they're not sharing with you. Selfish, Selfish. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Selfish, selfish, selfish. Okay, so we learned the signs for a generous and selfish. All right, let's do some practice. We're gonna signs generous pause, and then we're gonna sign. Selfish. All right, so sign with me. Here we go. Generous, selfish, generous, selfish, generous. Selfish. All right, again. Here we go. Generous, selfish interests. Selfish. All right. So these were the signs for generous and selfish 27. Learn | HARD vs SOFT: Let's talk about hard and soft. All right, So hard. Here's the sign. Okay, the hand shapes. We're going to start with both hands. Start in the V position, like in the alphabet V or the number to be peace, man. Right now we're going to curve them down. All right, so the curve down. So like this. Okay, Now put your non dominant hand for me. I'm right handed my non dominant hand. I'm gonna put it down there, make a little platform, stay in position. Hand shape. Right now with my right hand mice dominant hand. I'm gonna go like this. All right. Hard, right. We could show that it's hard that it's, you know, by giving a little bit of force hard. Are from the side hard, other side, hard. Uh, so let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Hard, hard, hard. Alright. If you're talking about the table being hard, you probably wouldn't sign it Like, uh, it's so hard, right? You're going to use a more, uh, force right hard. Okay, let's talk about sucked. Mm. Okay, let's look at it. We're just going to be having our hands palm up like this. All right, Now, the fingers air kind of, you know, it's starting to close. When you go down, you just close them and you do it twice. All right, from the right side, right from the left side. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Soft, soft, So Okay, interesting note. This is also the sign for wet so it could be soft or can be wet, like wet and dry. All right. So soft can also be what very like. Um, how do we know? What's the difference? Well, think about it in spoken English, if I say to you the word pie. Did you suddenly think of the mathematical concept 3.14 and whatever, Or did you think of Ah Mei? Grandma makes cherry pie. Well, if I just said the word pie, you don't quite know because you need context. Ah ha. It's the same in sign language if you just go like this. All right. We need something more. I mean, are we talking about the wet water? We're talking about a soft pillow. What? So in this word pair were going to be using a soft because on the other side, we have hard. Okay. All right. So we learned the signs for hard and soft. All right, let's do some practice. Here we go. All right, let's do a hard come back. Two pies, and then we'll do sucked. Here we go. Hard. So hard. So hard. Soft. Okay, let's do one more time again. Hard, soft, hard signed. All right. These were the signs for hard and soft. 30. Explore | Group 4 Words: Oh, boy. Good golly, Gumdrops is Group four words. Okay, We're going to learn these signs. Hello. Goodbye. Impossible. Constable. Kid. Adult laugh. Dry, loud. Quiet. Okay, let's do it. 31. Learn | HELLO vs GOODBYE: Let's talk about head low and goodbye. Okay, These signs air quite straightforward. Let's talk about Hello. It's kind of like a salute, but a little bit farther out. Right. A salute might be short and crisp. Hello is kind of Ah, Hello. Right. The hand shape we have this. All right. Fingers, air not apart. Their tight together. Right? Just take the inside of the index finger, Put it up here, and Ah, hello from the side. Hello. All right, other side. Hello? Mm. Let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Hello? Hello? Hello. All right, let's talk about goodbye. All right? Just wave, right? You're sitting in your car. You're looking out the window. You visited your family. You're gonna miss them, like All right, good bye. Goodbye. From the side, Other side. All right, so our fingers were spread apart. They're not together. We're just going. Goodbye. Goodbye. Right. Sign with me three times. Here we go. Good boy. Goodbye. Goodbye. All right. So we learned the signs for hello and goodbye. Let's do some practice. Sign with me. We're gonna sign. Hello. Pause. Signed. Goodbye. Here we go. Hello. Goodbye. Hello. Goodbye. Hello. Goodbye. Okay. These were the signs for hello and goodbye. Uh huh. 32. Learn | IMPOSSIBLE vs POSSIBLE: Let's talk about impossible and possible. Okay, let's take a look at impossible. We're going to use both hands, right? With your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed. My non dominant hand is my left hand. Gonna make this hand shape and stick out my platform? Okay. With my right hand. My dominant hand, I'm going to make the letter. Why? I like X Y Z in the alphabet. Okay, so I'm gonna take this part and smack it on my hand twice. Okay. At the same time, I'm gonna have a facial expression, which means no way, man. Impossible, right? Impossible. Impossible. I'm also shaking my head because I don't believe it's possible. Right? Impossible. From the side. Other side. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Impossible. Impossible. Impossible. All right, let's do the opposite. We have possible. Here's the sign. Okay. Both hands on this one. The hand shapes of the same fabulous. The letter s, Or we could say Ah, fist. All right. So turn your fist. So they're facing down right about here, and we're just gonna go down twice, all right? Possible from the side. Possible from the other side. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Possible. Possible. Possible. Right? Your face and your head motion could be, like nodding. Yes, because you believe it Possible. Right? Possible. All right, let's compare the opposites. All right, We have impossible. And we have possible. Okay, let's do some practice. So we're gonna sign impossible eyes and then signed. Possible. All right, sign with me. Here we go. Impossible. Possible. Impossible. Possible. Impossible. Possible. We can do it. I tell you possible. Okay, so we talked about the science for impossible and possible. 33. Learn | KID vs ADULT: Let's talk about the signs for kid and adult. All right, So starting with kid. Here's the sign. All right. We're going to use our dominant hand. I'm right handed my dominant hand. We're going to make this hand shape. How do we do it? Well, put down the middle finger ring finger, put your thumb in front. And this is kind of like the heavy metal. Or if I had long hair rocking out. Right, OK, so this is the hand shape. Take the ridge of your index finger, put it underneath your your nose, all right? Right about there. And then just wiggle a couple of times or rotate Twist. All right, so that is kid from the side, kid. Other side, kid. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position here ago, kid. Kid did all right. The opposite adult. Where? Here's the sign, adult. All right, we're going to use the letter. A like an alphabet, ABC, right. How do you make in a well put all these fingers down and you move your thumb in a little bit, right? So it's not hanging out here. It's right about there. Alright. We're just going to use the tip off the thumb. We're gonna touch our head twice, right? First on the side of the chin and then up here a little bit above the temple around the temple area. OK, so, adult, it just goes 12 And the sign is Adult from the side. Adult, other side, but don't. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Adult Adult adult. Uh huh. All right, So are opposites. Pair is kid and adult, right? Time for practice. All right, let's sign, kid. Rest, then sign, adult. Here we go. Sign with me, kid. I don't, kid, I don't kid, I don't right again. One more time. Here we go, kid. Adult. All right. These were the signs for kid and adult great 34. Learn | LAUGH vs CRY: Let's talk about the signs for laugh and cry. All right. 1st 1 laugh. Here's the sign. All right. Quite joyful. We're going to use both hands. The hand shapes are the same. They're going to be the letter. L all right. So we have two l's. How do we make the L? Well, we go like this. Just put down the last three fingers. Leave like that. Kind of like loser. Right? L all right. We're going to use the tips of the index fingers and put them here and just go twice like this. All right? You can touch your face. I lightly touch. Or I've seen other people just get close and just make the movement in the air. So 12 at the same time, facial expression is key. All right. Kind of have a laughing face. Ah, or at least a happier, joyful face if you do the robot. Not so good for communication. You an angry face doesn't make sense, so use the facial expression. Ah, like you're laughing with the finger finger movement. Ha. Okay. From the side. Laugh. Other side laugh. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Laugh. Laugh. Okay. All right. The opposite is cry. So facial expression. Very important. Kind of sad, depressed and bad. All right, so here's the sign. Cry. All right. Just going to use index fingers of both hands, right? Use the inside the tip right Like this and go down like tears like you're crying, right? Nice and easy to remember. Do it twice. Cry. All right, cry. I actually touched my face. I lightly touch You probably could just get close enough. You can just get close enough and just make the motion All right From the cyp cry Other side cry from the front Once more cry. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Cry. Cry dry. Okay, So a word pair is laugh and cry. All right, so you got to make sure you follow a facial expressions to fit what we need to communicate . All right, let's sign. Let's do some practice. That signed laugh eyes and then signed. Cry. Okay, here we go. Laugh. Dry. Laugh dry. Laugh dry. All right. Again. One more time. Here we go. Laugh dry. All right. These were the signs for laugh and cry 35. Learn | LOUD vs QUIET: Let's talk about the signs for loud and quiet. All right. First, let's do loud. Here we go. This is the sign. No, it's two parts. We have one, and we have to First former user index finger 10.2. Or lightly touch your ear. All right, Now make fists, but one appear one appear kind of going to start fighting and just shake them a little bit . Violent jerky. Right. So loud from the side. Loud. Other side loud. All right, so let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Loud. Loud, loud. Okay, let's talk about quarry it. Here's the sign. Ah, right. All right. Once again, quiet. The hand shapes were going to use the same hand shapes. Is going to be the letter B like ABC. Okay, so I'm right handed with my right hand. My dominant hand. I'm going to make the b and put it lightly against my lips. Like this. Alright. Other be. I'm going to go like this. So the hands air together like that be the front one. My dominant hand is resting on my lips, and now we just go peacefully. Quiet. All right. Quiet. Um It's just Ah, quiet. Right. It wouldn't be jerky. Quiet. Well, maybe we're going for nice and peaceful, right? Opposite of loud quiet. Why it? Okay. From the side. Why other side quiet. Ah. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Quiet, wind. Quiet. All right. Try to be smooth on the way down. Not like jerking. Whatever. All right, Quiet. All right, let's go to our word pair. We have loud and we have quiet. All right, let's do some practice. First, we're gonna sign loud. Then we're gonna come to the rest position and we'll sign. Quiet. Okay. Sign with me. Here we go. Loud. Quiet, loud. Wise, Loud. Quiet. Um, right. These were the signs for loud and why it? 38. Practice | Groups 3-4 Test: let's do some practice before the test. Okay? So I'm going to be testing you on groups three and four words. Another 20 learnt words that we've learned some. Okay, so this time the timer will have six seconds, because I'm gonna show you two words. Two random words from groups three and four. All right, so see the words and sign like, crazy. All right, let's do a quick test. I'm gonna show you two words, you sign. Here we go. All right. So the words were generous and kid. Okay, that is the first part. All right, The second part, we will not have a timer, but you'll take a good look at me because I will be signing. All right. I will be signing two words. All right. Two words that we've already learned from groups three and four. So I'll due to signs, I'll start like this. I'll sign one pause, signed the other one, go back down, and then repeats, all due to cycles. All right, so let's take a look. This is what it looks like. Okay, So what did I sign? Well, I signed hard and quiet. All right, so I'll always put the first sign that I do right up there. This is the 2nd 1 once again. Hard and quiet. All right, so let's do it. Let's do some testing. I have my glasses. I'm ready. Are you? Let's do it. 41. Explore | Group 5 Words: All right, Group five words. Okay, We're about to learn the signs for Mary. Divorce, Night day. Peace war problem solution rich or Okay, let's do it. 42. Learn | MARRY vs DIVORCE: Let's talk about the signs for Mary and divorce. All right, let's jump right in. Here is a sign for Mary. Okay. Hand shapes are very similar. The same go like this. Alright. Our fingers were together. Kind of curve a little bit. Put your non dominant hand. I'm right handed. So put my left hand down in my right hand. Just go like this. Uh, All right, Mary. Very Mary from the side. It looks like this Mary other side Berry. Okay. You remember hand shapes. Kind of like this. Non dominant hand down. Dominant. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Mary. Very Mary. Uh huh. Okay, let's talk about divorce. At least a sign. OK, so we're going to use the letters D letter D from you know, D f from the alphabet. D. How do you make a D? Well, these three fingers over here, bring them down so the tips are touching the thumb. All right, so that is a d. Okay. Going to do with both hands now? We're going to put the tips together and a boat here this height, and now we're just going to open and separate. Alright. Divorce, divorce from the side. Divorce, other side divorce. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Divorce, divorce, divorce. All right. We talked about the signs for Mary and divorce. Okay, so let's do some practice. Here we go. We're gonna sign Mary eyes, rest position, and then do divorce. Right? Sign with me. Here we go. Larry. Divorce. Mary. Divorce Mary Divorce. Mm. Again. Here we go. Mary. Divorce. Okay. These were the signs for Mary and divorce. 43. Learn | NIGHT vs DAY: Let's talk a boat night and day. All right, let's take a look at the 1st 1 night. Here's the sign. Okay, We're going to use both hands with your non dominant hand, make this shape and lay it down here. That's gonna be our platformer. Yes, right. Horizon. Maybe, uh, with your dominant hand, I'm right handed, so I use my right hand make this hand shape, right? Kind of like a shell. Something like that. Now we're gonna tap 12 Okay, we have the platform. One to write. That means night from the side night. Other side night, Right in front night. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Night. Night. Night. Okay, let's do the opposite. Which is day. Here is a sign. Okay. Who? Same platform. Same horizon, maybe. All right, we're going to use the index finger with their dominant hand, so I'm radio. Do this one over here. Now put an elbow on top and just ball down. Who? All right. That is day from the side day. All right. Other side day, right? As I'm going down as I get to the bottom in a moving my palm on this hand is facing me. So it's not like this. It's like this spacing me, and it just goes down point Your finger is sticking out, OK? All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Day, day, day. I'm all right. Let's look at the word pair. All right. We have night and we have a day. All right, Let's do some practice. Sounds pretty good. Let's sign night. We're gonna pause arrest position, then we'll sign day. All right, let's do it together. Together with me. Here we go. Night, day, night. Day, night, Day. Right again. Here we go. Night. Hey, Night. Hey. All right. These were the signs for night and day Owns pretty good. 44. Learn | PEACE vs WAR: All right, let's talk about peace and war. Okay, let's start with piece. Here is a sign. Just a nice, peaceful sign, right? Ah, OK. So hand positions are like this. All right, both hands. Fingers together. The 1st 1 I'm right handed My dominant hand. I'm gonna put it right here. My non dominant hand. I'm gonna bring it up. Go like this. Now we're gonna go once, twice. Spread out. All right. One to spread out. All right, kind like you're flipping a pancake here, and then you spread it out, right? That is peace. Peace. All right, from the side. Peace, Other side. Peace. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Peace! Peace! Peace! All right, so it's nice and smooth. It's not, like jerky piece. And not so much Nice and smooth. Ah, all right. That is peace. Let's talk about war. Here's the sign. Okay, Much more jerky. Less peaceful. Right. Okay, We're going to use both hands now. Watch my fingers. This is the hand shape. All right? All right. So the fingers and the thumbs that kind of bend down. Kind of like their guns and they're pointing at each other, right? So we're going to start on this side, go back and forth, All right? War, you furrow your eyebrows cause war is not usually happy in one time, right? War, war from the side war, Other side war. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. War, War, War. All right, let's do the word Pair. Okay, We learn the sign for peace, and we learned the sign for war. All right, let's do some practice. Let's start with peace, and we're gonna put her hands down here. Rest position, then we're gonna sign war. Alright, Sign with me. Here we go. All right. He's war. Peace. We're Peace War. All right, again, One more time. Here we go. Peace War. All right. These were the signs for peace. Nice and smooth. Piece and or okay. 45. Learn | PROBLEM vs SOLUTION: Let's talk about problem and solution. All right, let's start with problem. Here's the sign. All right. Imagine two Rams coming together. 12 bam! Right here is the hand shape. All right, let's make the letters V. Now, Ben, those fingers down go like this, this one's gonna rotate back a little bit. This one and now one rotate to right Problem. Um All right, let's take a look at it again. All right, So here's the hand shapes. Kind of curved down. All right, This one. My dominant hand for me is right. So I'm gonna pivot it rotated out a little bit. So the palms facing that way. Okay, right. The other one. I'm gonna do the opposite. I'm gonna have the palm facing kind of down or in a little bit, right. So when they hit, they go one and they rotate to the opposite position to all right. Problem. Problem. All right. From the side problem. Other side problem. All right. So it's not just smacking each other ramming each other. It's actually give it or problem, right? So, one like this. Other, like this one twist to write one to problem. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Problem. Problem? Problem. All right, let's talk about solution. Here is the sign. Okay, So whatever do what we're doing is we're bringing our thumbs in our fingertips together, and we're just spreading them out, all right? Like, suddenly it was there. But it's gone. It has dissolved. Its a solution right from the side. Take a look. Other side. All right, so hands coming together, the tips pressing together now just spread apart. All right, when you end hand shapes like this. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Solution. Solution. Solution. All right. Kind of pretend you're rubbing something. Maybe there's lotion or something on your fingers, and you just kind of rubbing it in. Rub it in solution. All right, let's see our word. Pair. We have problem, and we have solution. Ah, All right, let's do some practice. Alright. Sign with me. We're going to start with problem rest, and then we're going to do a solution. Here we go. Brad Bloom, Solution. Brad. One solution. Problem. Solution. All right, One more time. Problem solution. All right. These were the signs for problem and solution. 46. Learn | RICH vs POOR: Let's talk about rich and or Mm. All right, We're gonna start with Rich. Here we go. This is the sign, All right. Both hands with your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed my non dominant hand platform and shaped like this. Here we go. Palm up. All right with your other one. Make a fist. Put the bottom part of the fist right here. Okay. Now go up, watch. And as you're going up, open your hand like a balloon. Ha! More money, right, Rich? Rich. All right. From the side, rich other side rich. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Rich, Rich, Rich. All right, let's take a look at the other word. It is poor. Okay, here's the sign. Mm. So we're going to use an elbow. All right, My dominant hand is this one. So non dominant hand, I'm going to go like this, kind of get my elbow out there, sticking it out. I'm gonna grab it at the bottom end. Just squeeze down. All right? Poor from the side. Four other side four. All right, the hand up here. You can just kind of stick it there. Lay on your shoulder. I don't know. It's not the focus. Just get it out of there. All right, so we have poor. All right, let's do the sign. Three times from the rest position. Here we go. More. Four, four. Okay, let's take a look. Our word pair is rich and poor. All right, so let's do practice. That's right. We're going to sign Rich eyes. Rest position and do Poor right. Sign with me. Here we go. Rich four rich four rich Or all right again. One more time. Here we go, rich or all right. These were the signs for Rich and four. 49. Explore | Group 6 Words: goodness gracious. It's Group six words. So we're going toe learn. Same different show ID start and success failure. Terrible. Wonderful. Let's get started. 50. Learn | SAME vs DIFFERENT: Let's talk about same and different. All right? The 1st 1 Same. Looks like this. All right, Just use your dominant hand. If you're left handed, use your left hand. If you're right, he like me. Use your right hand. All right? The hands shape is going to be the letter. Why? How do you make the letter? Why? Well, middle three fingers just put him down. There's a why now, tilt the hand forward. So it's like this knuckles facing forward, palm down and just go back and forth. Same same from the side. Same other side. Same. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Same. Same. Same. Okay, that I always talk about different. All right, so that's assigned different. We're going to use our index fingers. Okay, so I'm right handed. Once again, I'm gonna put my 1st 1 here, 2nd 1 in front of it. All right. We have, like, an x A plus, Mary, but it's like an ex more like that. Now we just go apart. Different, right? Different. We start crossed, and then we go out different from the side. Different other side. Different. All right, Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Different. Different. Different. All right, let's see our word pair. All right, We have same, and we have different. All right, let's do some practice. All right, That's signed, seem, and we're gonna pause at the rest position and signed. Different. Sorry with me. Here we go. Same different. Same different, Same different. Okay, again, One more time. Here we go. Same different, All right? These were the signs for same and different. 51. Learn | SHOW vs HIDE: Let's talk about show and hide. All right, The 1st 1 show here is the sign. Okay, We're going to use both hands. I'm right handed Such my dominant hand with my non dominant hand. I'm going to make this hand shape. All right, Palm facing forward. Write with my right hand. That's my dominant hand. I'm gonna stick out my index finger now take the tip of the index finger and put it on your hand. All right. After you do that, push it forward because you're showing that you're showing whatever you're pointing to on your hand show. All right, show from the side, Joe from the other side. So Okay, once again, show Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Show Joe. Go. All right. Good, good. All right. Here's the sign for hide Once again. Okay. Both hands this time as well. Non dominant hand. So I'm right handed non down a hand. I'm gonna make this hand shape. It's curved a little bit. Maybe it's like a cave or something. Right? But this one, I'm going to make a shape, okay? And I'm gonna tilt it so, like, this is the head of the animal or something. And it's going underneath, and it's hiding. All right, So he had the cave, even your animal. And you hide ID ID from the side id. Other side hide. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. All right, ID ID. All right, so our word pair is show and hide. All right, let's do some practice. That sign, show, rest position. Then we'll sign. Hide right. Here we go. Let's do it together. Together. Sign with me. Here we go. Show ID, Show ID show. I write. The repetition is good. It helps you remember. Let's do it again. One more time. Show. Fine. Joe. ID. Mm. One more time. Show ID. Okay, Good. Good. These were the signs for show and hide. Mm. 52. Learn | START vs END: Let's talk about start and end. Hmm? Hey, let's start with start. Here's the sign. All right. We're going to use two hands. Your dominant hand for me, My right hand grenades, their index finger. Non dominant hand. We're going to make this shape. All right, So these three fingers together a little bit of space between the middle finger and the index finger. All right, Now put it down here, right? We're going to take her index finger, put it between the index finger and the middle finger of the other hand, right? And twist. All right, kind. Like you're starting a car sticking the key. Start, start from the side. Start other side. Start right from the front, once again. Start. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Start, start, start. Hmm. All right, let's talk about end. All right, Here is the sign. All right, let's make with both hands. We're gonna make the letters be like ABC. All right? Be How do you make a B Lighten up? Put your thumb in front. Okay. With your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed. Non dominant hand. I'm gonna put one hand over here. All right. Kind of pointing off to the side. All right. With this one, I'm gonna put it on towards the back part. Slide forward, drop down, end end from the side and other side and from the front once again, end. Let's do it three times. Rest position here ago and and end. All right, so we have start and we have end. Good. Good. All right, let's do some practice. Alright. Signed with me. We're gonna do start, rest position end. Here we go. Start. End. Start, end, Start. And all right again. One more time. Here we go. Start and start and all right. These were the signs for start and end. 53. Learn | SUCCESS vs FAILURE: Let's talk about success and failure. Mm. Let's start with success. Here we go. Here is the sign. All right. We're going to use both hands and they're going to be in shaped like index fingers. All right, Point their fingers. Right. Take those. Rotate them in. So the palms are facing towards you. Right. Locate them. Put them boat here a little bit out from your body right now. They're not straight up there pointing at an angle. Right? So it's going to be too quick movements. The 1st 1 goes like this. The 2nd 1 goes out. All right. Once again, starting here. Palms facing in, Rotate out just a little bit. Now rotate out a lot. All right. So as you start palms, Aaron, when you finish bombs air out. Okay, so let's take a look. Success, Success from the side. Success, Other side success. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Success! Success! Success! Yahoo! All right, let's get to failure. All right, here we go. This is the sign. All right. Both hands on this one. I'm right handed. Some way. Non dominant hand. I'm gonna use this one. All right. Make this hand shape and put it down for a platform. Right. My dominant hand. I'm gonna make the letter. P All right, is in the alphabet. Peak you are. How do you make a P? Get rid of these two fingers, Put your thumb here resting against your middle finger and flip it down. Right. It's basically just a K, but it's flipped down. All right, so we have a platform, we have R P. Now we're gonna lay it down, and this part of the hand is gonna briefly slide across the flat part of this hand. Right? All right. So we're just putting it out there, kind of flicking it forward failure, failure from the side, failure from the other side failure. All right. It's kind of a jerky movement failure. You know, we can learn, but at the moment, it's like, so failure. You can add in a facial expression if it's like an unpleasant experience failure. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Failure, failure, failure. All right, let's take a look at our word pair. We learned success and failure, right? So that means we need to dio practice. All right, We're going to sign success, Come back to the rest position and sign failure. Let's do it. Sign with me. Here we go. Success, failure, success, Failure, Success. Failure. All right, again, One more time. Last time, success, failure. Um, all right. We talked about the signs for success and failure. 54. Learn | TERRIBLE vs WONDERFUL: Let's talk about terrible and wonderful. All right, let's start with terrible. Here is the sign, All right. You probably noticed two parts. We have the hand motion in the face. Okay, Let's start with the hand. Use your dominant hand. I'm right handed. Now we're going to use our thumb in her middle finger and just flick like you're gonna flick a bug. Something like that. Your school like this when you end your hands out like this. Now your face very, very important. If you leave the face of bass part out, it's not complete. All right, so when is terrible? Something is Are so you're like, Right. Well, there's something you ate. It's an outfit. It's something that's just as horrible. It's terrible. Put it into your facial expression. All right. Once again. Yeah. From the side. Other side. Terrible. All right. From the front. Terrible. Let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Terrible. Terrible. Terrible. All right, let's go to the opposite. This is wonderful. All right? Pretty simple hand shape. They're not tight together. They're not really spread apart. Talking about the fingers, just kind of loose. All right, so not super tight and not really spread apart, just loose. Now we're going to pretend we're giving a double high five to our imaginary friend like this. All right, so it's wonderful. Wonderful. From the side. Wonderful. Other side. Wonderful, right? Wonderful. I have seen some people signing like this for their start a little bit high, and then they go lower for this course to be consistent. We're just going to do with a double high five toe are imaginary, friend. All right. Wonderful. Now had in the facial expression because the situation called for the world The word wonderful. Awesome, incredible. Wonderful. So if you like this, it's not really you're not really getting into it, right? You're not feeling the festive mood. But if you if it's wonderful and you have, like this, you know, someone just achieved something. You're celebrating success, and you want to let them know you really given them the positive energy, right? Put it into your face. All right, let's do this sign three times in the rest position. Here we go. Wonderful. Wonderful. Wonderful. All right, so we talked about terrible and wonderful. Okay, let's do some practice. We're gonna sign terrible. Come back down to the rest position and signed. Wonderful. Let's do it. Terrible. Wonderful. Terrible. Wonderful. Terrible. Wonderful. Okay, again. One more time. Here we go. Terrible. Wonderful. All right. We talked about the signs for terrible and wonderful. 57. Practice | Groups 5-6 Test: Okay, let's do some practice before the test. All right? We just went through two groups of words. Groups five and six. So you learned 20 new words? I'm for a test test. Okay. We're only going to be focusing on the words in groups five and six in the first part. Ah, the hand. So you're going to be signing the time away for six seconds. I'm going to show you two words. You sign and race the timer if you need more time. Just positive video. It's OK. All right. Let's do a practice question. I'm gonna show you some words. You sign. Here we go. Okay. The words are poor and end. All right. Poor end. All right. So that's the first part where you have the timer in the second part. We won't have the timer, and we have that picture. So that means you need to watch me signing, or I try to understand What the heck of my Sade. Right. I'll do two words. Once again, I'll do a cycle of two words. So let's do it. Let's do a sample question so you could see the format. Okay, here we go. Okay. So Did you understand? Terrible and war. Mm. All right, so let's jump in. Let me get my glasses. It's time. Let's do it. Let's do it. 60. Practice | Test Format: Okay, so let's do practice before the test. All right? So we're going to see two words, Alright. This time it's going to be the opposites pair. So the words will be the opposite of each other. Okay, you'll have six seconds to sign the opposite pair, and yeah, so let's do a quick test. I'm gonna show you some words. You sign them and let's move forward. Here we go. Okay, so we have lap. Ah, and crime. All right, so the timer was 46 seconds. You can race the timer if you just want to pause the video, take your time and sign the words your choice up to you. All right. So let's move forward. I'm going to be wearing My glasses were going to be going through all of the words. So all of the word pairs, Let's do it 62. Practice | Test Format : okay. Practice before the test. All right, so we've learned a total of 60 words. That 60 signs. That's fabulous. Right? OK, now it's time to demonstrate what we can do. All right, so the first part see the hand you're going to be signing. All right, I'm going to show you two words. There'll be random words from our total of 60. Okay, so let's do a little practice. I'm gonna show you two words. Start the timer. You sign. Here we go. All right, so we have lap and idle. Okay? All right, let's do another one. Because we have so many words. So let's just do some more practice. Here we go. All right. War and attack. Uh huh. Okay, so that would be the first part. All right, The second part will be recognition skills, which means no timer, but you watch and try to understand what I'm signing. Right? So same thing I will do to random words. All right. Take a look. What am I signing? Oh, quick. Important. This time, I'm only going to do one cycle. All right? So I'll sign each word once, and then that's it. You need to positivity and have me repeat. That's fine. Okay, here we go. All right. What did I sign? I signed divorce and a line, huh? Okay, let's do another one. Another recognition, remember? I'm just doing each sign once. Here we go. Okay. So the first word I signed was all the next one was solution. Okay. Okay. Where are my glasses? All right. We're going to do 60 words in total in groups of two, and they will be random pairs. All right, All right, let's do it. 65. Conclusion & Thank You: Okay. Thank you for studying with me in this course. I hope you had a wonderful time. Wonderful. That was one of our vocabulary words. Okay, See you later.