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ASL | First 120 Basic Signs | American Sign Language

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Lessons in This Class

181 Lessons (6h 35m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      1:03
    • 2. Explore | Group 1 Signs

      0:34
    • 3. Learn | Signs for #s 0-5

      2:54
    • 4. Learn | Signs for #s 6-10

      4:22
    • 5. Learn | Sign for ABOUT

      1:48
    • 6. Learn | Sign for AFTER

      1:29
    • 7. Learn | Sign for AGAIN

      1:07
    • 8. Learn | Sign for ALL

      1:38
    • 9. Learn | Sign for ALWAYS

      1:15
    • 10. Learn | Sign for AND

      0:57
    • 11. Learn | Sign for ARRIVE

      1:06
    • 12. Learn | Sign for ASL

      2:03
    • 13. Practice | Group 1 Test

      2:53
    • 14. Sign | Group 1 Signs ⏲ 4s

      3:09
    • 15. Understand | Group 1 Signs

      2:23
    • 16. Explore | Group 2 Signs

      0:43
    • 17. Learn | Sign for BAD

      1:56
    • 18. Learn | Sign for BEAUTIFUL

      1:15
    • 19. Learn | Sign for BEFORE

      1:17
    • 20. Learn | Sign for BEST

      1:43
    • 21. Learn | Sign for BIG

      1:47
    • 22. Learn | Sign for BOY

      1:21
    • 23. Learn | Sign for CAN

      1:30
    • 24. Learn | Sign for CAN’T

      1:34
    • 25. Learn | Sign for CLASS

      1:18
    • 26. Learn | Sign for CLOSE

      1:21
    • 27. Sign | Group 2 Signs ⏲ 4s

      2:49
    • 28. Understand | Group 2 Signs

      2:05
    • 29. Explore | Group 3 Signs

      0:43
    • 30. Learn | Sign for COLD

      1:13
    • 31. Learn | Sign for DAD

      1:02
    • 32. Learn | Sign for DAY

      1:35
    • 33. Learn | Sign for DEAF

      1:30
    • 34. Learn | Sign for DIFFERENT

      1:07
    • 35. Learn | Sign for DONE

      1:03
    • 36. Learn | Sign for DRINK

      1:13
    • 37. Learn | Sign for EAT

      1:31
    • 38. Learn | Sign for EVERYDAY

      2:04
    • 39. Learn | Sign for EXCUSE ME

      1:46
    • 40. Sign | Group 3 Signs ⏲ 4s

      3:01
    • 41. Understand | Group 3 Signs

      2:10
    • 42. Practice | Groups 1\3 Test

      2:30
    • 43. Sign | Groups 1-3 Signs ⏲ 4s

      9:02
    • 44. Understand | Groups 1-3 Signs

      6:41
    • 45. Explore | Group 4 Signs

      0:45
    • 46. Learn | Sign for FAMILY

      1:28
    • 47. Learn | Sign for FINE

      1:05
    • 48. Learn | Sign for FINGERSPELL

      0:56
    • 49. Learn | Sign for FOOD

      1:45
    • 50. Learn | Sign for FOR

      1:09
    • 51. Learn | Sign for FRIEND

      1:35
    • 52. Learn | Sign for FROM

      1:21
    • 53. Learn | Sign for GIRL

      1:20
    • 54. Learn | Sign for GIVE

      1:25
    • 55. Learn | Sign for GO TO

      0:54
    • 56. Sign | Group 4 Signs ⏲ 4s

      2:55
    • 57. Understand | Group 4 Signs

      2:06
    • 58. Explore | Group 5 Signs

      0:44
    • 59. Learn | Sign for GOOD

      1:26
    • 60. Learn | Sign for HANDSOME

      1:39
    • 61. Learn | Sign for HAPPEN

      1:09
    • 62. Learn | Sign for HAPPY

      1:40
    • 63. Learn | Sign for HAVE

      1:09
    • 64. Learn | Sign for HE/SHE/IT

      2:20
    • 65. Learn | Sign for HEARING

      1:07
    • 66. Learn | Sign for HELLO

      1:13
    • 67. Learn | Sign for HELP

      1:27
    • 68. Learn | Sign for HER/HIS

      2:23
    • 69. Sign | Group 5 Signs ⏲ 4s

      3:00
    • 70. Understand | Group 5 Signs

      2:13
    • 71. Explore | Group 6 Signs

      0:46
    • 72. Learn | Sign for HOME

      1:22
    • 73. Learn | Sign for HOT

      1:17
    • 74. Learn | Sign for HOW

      1:55
    • 75. Learn | Sign for HUNGRY

      1:47
    • 76. Learn | Signs for I ~ YOU

      2:01
    • 77. Learn | Sign for IF

      1:15
    • 78. Learn | Sign for LEARN

      1:32
    • 79. Learn | Sign for LIKE

      1:24
    • 80. Learn | Sign for LITTLE

      1:17
    • 81. Learn | Sign for LOVE

      1:26
    • 82. Sign | Group 6 Signs ⏲ 4s

      3:02
    • 83. Understand | Group 6 Signs

      2:10
    • 84. Practice | Groups 4-6 Test

      2:21
    • 85. Sign | Groups 4-6 Signs ⏲ 4s

      8:39
    • 86. Understand | Groups 4-6 Signs

      6:38
    • 87. Explore | Group 7 Signs

      0:53
    • 88. Learn | Sign for MAN

      1:19
    • 89. Learn | Sign for MAYBE

      1:47
    • 90. Learn | Sign for MEET

      1:09
    • 91. Learn | Sign for MOM

      0:58
    • 92. Learn | Sign for MORE

      1:10
    • 93. Learn | Sign for MORNING

      1:30
    • 94. Learn | Sign for MOST

      1:28
    • 95. Learn | Signs for MY ~ YOUR

      2:05
    • 96. Learn | Sign for NAME

      1:30
    • 97. Learn | Sign for NEED

      1:32
    • 98. Sign | Group 7 Signs ⏲ 4s

      3:08
    • 99. Understand | Group 7 Signs

      2:07
    • 100. Explore | Group 8 Signs

      0:48
    • 101. Learn | Sign for NICE

      2:04
    • 102. Learn | Sign for NIGHT

      1:28
    • 103. Learn | Sign for NO

      2:05
    • 104. Learn | Sign for NOT

      1:49
    • 105. Learn | Sign for NOW

      1:43
    • 106. Learn | Sign for OKAY

      3:12
    • 107. Learn | Sign for OPEN

      1:30
    • 108. Learn | Sign for OUR

      2:17
    • 109. Learn | Sign for PAPER

      1:30
    • 110. Learn | Sign for PEOPLE

      2:43
    • 111. Sign | Group 8 Signs ⏲ 4s

      3:09
    • 112. Understand | Group 8 Signs

      2:13
    • 113. Explore | Group 9 Signs

      0:56
    • 114. Learn | Sign for PICTURE

      1:30
    • 115. Learn | Sign for PLAY

      1:19
    • 116. Learn | Sign for PLEASE

      1:40
    • 117. Learn | Sign for PROBLEM

      2:01
    • 118. Learn | Sign for READ

      1:49
    • 119. Learn | Sign for SAD

      1:22
    • 120. Learn | Sign for SAME

      2:16
    • 121. Learn | Sign for SCHOOL

      2:09
    • 122. Learn | Sign for SEE

      1:37
    • 123. Learn | Sign for SENTENCE

      1:25
    • 124. Sign | Group 9 Signs ⏲ 4s

      2:52
    • 125. Understand | Group 9 Signs

      2:04
    • 126. Practice | Groups 7 9 Test

      1:39
    • 127. Sign | Groups 7-9 Signs ⏲ 4s

      8:05
    • 128. Understand | Groups 7-9 Signs

      6:23
    • 129. Explore | Group 10 Signs

      0:57
    • 130. Learn | Sign for SHARE

      1:30
    • 131. Learn | Sign for SIT

      1:43
    • 132. Learn | Sign for SLEEP

      2:05
    • 133. Learn | Sign for SOMETIMES

      2:08
    • 134. Learn | Sign for SOON

      1:39
    • 135. Learn | Sign for SORRY

      2:32
    • 136. Learn | Sign for STOP

      1:31
    • 137. Learn | Sign for STUDENT

      2:28
    • 138. Learn | Sign for TAKE

      1:01
    • 139. Learn | Sign for TALK

      1:44
    • 140. Sign | Group 10 Signs ⏲ 4s

      2:54
    • 141. Understand | Group 10 Signs

      2:09
    • 142. Explore | Group 11 Signs

      0:49
    • 143. Learn | Sign for TEACHER

      2:16
    • 144. Learn | Sign for THANK YOU

      2:17
    • 145. Learn | Sign for THAT

      2:09
    • 146. Learn | Sign for THEIR

      3:33
    • 147. Learn | Sign for THEY

      2:45
    • 148. Learn | Sign for THINK

      0:54
    • 149. Learn | Sign for TIME

      1:41
    • 150. Learn | Sign for UNDERSTAND

      1:49
    • 151. Learn | Sign for WAIT

      1:41
    • 152. Learn | Sign for WE

      1:31
    • 153. Sign | Group 11 Signs ⏲ 4s

      2:55
    • 154. Understand | Group 11 Signs

      2:04
    • 155. Explore | Group 12 Signs

      0:51
    • 156. Learn | Sign for WHAT

      1:33
    • 157. Learn | Sign for WHEN

      1:49
    • 158. Learn | Sign for WHERE

      1:19
    • 159. Learn | Sign for WHICH

      1:12
    • 160. Learn | Sign for WHO

      1:40
    • 161. Learn | Sign for WHY

      1:52
    • 162. Learn | Sign for WITH

      1:26
    • 163. Learn | Sign for WOMAN

      1:02
    • 164. Learn | Sign for WORD

      1:20
    • 165. Learn | Sign for YES

      1:35
    • 166. Sign | Group 12 Signs ⏲ 4s

      2:48
    • 167. Understand | Group 12 Signs

      1:55
    • 168. Practice | Groups 10-12 Test

      2:29
    • 169. Sign | Groups 10-12 Signs ⏲ 4s

      7:54
    • 170. Understand | Groups 10-12 Signs

      5:52
    • 171. Practice | Test Format

      2:26
    • 172. Sign | Test 1 ⏲ 4s

      7:14
    • 173. Sign | Test 2 ⏲ 4s

      6:57
    • 174. Sign | Test 3 ⏲ 4s

      7:17
    • 175. Sign | Test 4 ⏲ 4s

      7:01
    • 176. Practice | Test Format

      1:51
    • 177. Understand | Test 1

      5:40
    • 178. Understand | Test 2

      5:35
    • 179. Understand | Test 3

      5:20
    • 180. Understand | Test 4

      5:21
    • 181. Conclusion & Thank You

      0:14
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IN THIS COURSE, you’re going to learn to sign and understand one hundred and twenty (120) basic signs in American Sign Language (ASL). The signs are divided into twelve groups of ten words. Each sign has its own video where students can learn and practice. Each section has its own review and testing where students can demonstrate their signing and recognition skills. As the course progresses, the review becomes more advanced and includes testing for three (3) groups at once. At the end, students are tested on ALL one hundred and twenty (120) signs learned throughout the course.

*** This course is designed to INCLUDE 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 to sign and understand one hundred and twenty (120) basic signs in American Sign Language (ASL)
  • Group 1 signs: # 0-5, # 6-10, ABOUT, AFTER, AGAIN, ALL, ALWAYS, AND, ARRIVE, ASL
  • Group 2 signs: BAD, BEAUTIFUL, BEFORE, BEST, BIG, BOY, CAN, CAN’T, CLASS, CLOSE
  • Group 3 signs: COLD, DAD, DAY, DEAF, DIFFERENT, DONE, DRINK, EAT, EVERYDAY, EXCUSE ME
  • Group 4 signs: FAMILY, FINE, FINGERSPELL, FOOD, FOR, FRIEND, FROM, GIRL, GIVE, GO TO
  • Group 5 signs: GOOD, HANDSOME, HAPPEN, HAPPY, HAVE, HE/SHE/IT, HEARING, HELLO, HELP, HER/HIS
  • Group 6 signs: HOME, HOT, HOW, HUNGRY, I ~ YOU, IF, LEARN, LIKE, LITTLE, LOVE
  • Group 7 signs: MAN, MAYBE, MEET, MOM, MORE, MORNING, MOST, MY ~ YOUR, NAME, NEED
  • Group 8 signs: NICE, NIGHT, NO, NOT, NOW, OKAY, OPEN, OUR, PAPER, PEOPLE
  • Group 9 signs: PICTURE, PLAY, PLEASE, PROBLEM, READ, SAD, SAME, SCHOOL, SEE, SENTENCE
  • Group 10 signs: SHARE, SIT, SLEEP, SOMETIMES, SOON, SORRY, STOP, STUDENT, TAKE, TALK
  • Group 11 signs: TEACHER, THANK YOU, THAT, THEIR, THEY, THINK, TIME, UNDERSTAND, WAIT, WE
  • Group 12 signs: WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHICH, WHO, WHY, WITH, WOMAN, WORD, YES
  • Students will learn signs individually to ensure comprehension, correct hand shape, and hand position
  • Students will be tested on their ability to sign and understand ALL material taught in the course

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AFTER TAKING THIS COURSE:

  • Students will be able to correctly sign one hundred and twenty (120) basic ASL signs.
  • Students will be able to understand and recognize all of the one hundred and twenty (120) signs.
  • Students will have a large vocabulary of signs to use when interacting with the Deaf community.
  • Students will feel more confident as they continue improving their ASL skills.

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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 learning a large group of fundamental and basic signs in American Sign Language. Students will learn one hundred and twenty (120) of the most common signs used in ASL.

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: This course is all about basic signs in American Sign Language. 120 of them, that's right. Okay, we're going to divide the signs into groups of ten. Alright, so we're gonna learn ten signs and then have review in testing. We need to make sure you can sign, but also understand when someone signs to you. Okay. So we're gonna do 101010. When we've learned 30 will have mid review our HA which covers the 30 signs which came right before. Okay, so that's how we're going to proceed through the whole course after we've learned all of the signs. Well, it's time for comprehensive review. Yes. I'm going to test you on everything taught in the course to make sure you can sign, right? We can sign and make the signs, but also understand very important, very important. Ok, now this is an opportunity to blast your vocabulary through the stratosphere. Okay, I'm ready. Let's do it. 2. Explore | Group 1 Signs: Oh boy, it's Group1 signs. Okay, here's what we're about to learn. Numbers 0 through five, numbers six through ten, about after. Again, all always and arrive ASL. Okay, so we're going to learn each one individually and then we're going to put them all together to do some review and testing. Yes. Alright, let's do it. 3. Learn | Signs for #s 0-5: Okay. Numbers 0 through 5. First off, this is how they look. 012345. All right, let's jump in a little bit closer. So we're just counting in sequence, right? 0. There it is. You may notice it's strikingly similar. It's exactly the same as the letter O. So if you know your ABCs and this is the, oh, well, you know how to make a 0. So how do we do it? Put your hand like this fingers together now curved down the tips of all the fingers are going to come in touch the tip of the thumb and it even looks like a 00. All right. 11 looks like this one. Okay. So we're just using our index finger and you notice at the back of my hand is facing towards you because we are just counting in sequence. Okay. So one index finger to put up your middle fingers. Well, so we have to we have 123. You might be thinking to pull up your ring finger, but that's not how they do it. They put their thumb out. Okay. So it's 123. All right, for now, put up these fingers, right? So take your thumb back in from the three and put up the rest of the fingers. Four, right? Five. What do you think? Put that Thunberg out there. All right, so now we have five, right. So let's go through it. Here we go. Sign with me, sign with me. We have 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Okay. So I think the biggest thing to remember on this one is it's three. Okay. It's not three. It's three. All right, let's go through again. Here we go. Starting from scratch, we have 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Okay, so later when we get to the testing and you see this, you'll need to go like this, are the numbers 0 through 5012345. Okay. So once again, let's do it a few times. Here we go. Sign with me 012345. Again. Again. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Alright, little bit quicker. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Just let it flow. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. All right, so remember we're counting in sequence here. So the back of the hand facing forward. All right. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Okay. Sounds good. 4. Learn | Signs for #s 6-10: Numbers six through ten. Okay. Here's what they look like. 678910. All right, so let's jump in. Take a closer look. Remember recounted in sequence, right, in this one, throughout the thing, you'll notice that my palm is facing forward, alright, so we have 6789 and then ten just kinda does its own thing were put six through nine, palm facing forward, 6789. Alright, let's take a look at each 16. Alright, start out the hand open like this. We're gonna use our thumb and our pinky finger, right? Just press them together, right? There is a 66. Alright, you might be thinking it looks like a W. Well it's close but not exactly the same. This is a W. And if you notice, I'm kind of pinning down my pinky with my phone. That's a W with the six. We're just pressing them together. But see if you can see that, that's a six. This is a w, right? So there's a W, and here is 66. Alright? Seven, just move over thumb. Now we're going to use our ring finger seven. Alright, 778. What do you think? Middle finger, that's right. Bringing the middle finger down with the thumb. There is eight from the side. Eight. Okay. Nine, right. Go to the index finger. Nine, right? So nine. Now you're thinking that looks pretty similar to an F. Well, it's exactly the same as the letter F in the alphabet, right? The alphabet and ASL. How will you remember nine or F contexts? Alright, so for counting something, how much money, how many apples, how many whatever. And someone goes like this. You're probably not going to be thinking. You're gonna be thinking the number nine, alright, so same handshape or nine and F, but the context is going to give it meaning. All right, so let's go to 1010. Go like this, right? Kind of giving a sideways Dhamma thumbs up ten. Alright, let's go back through. All right, so we're going in sequence now remember the palm facing forward the whole time. Her hand starts like that. We have six. Now we just go down the line, 78910. All right, from the side, here we go. Let's do it all. 678910. All right. So we're just basically going down for six through nine. It is done to whatever fingers, 6789. And then you do a twist for ten at the top. Alright? If ten is by itself, it's common for people to shake it. Ten. But if we're discounting in the sequence is very common to just do ten. Alright, so 678910. All right, so sign with me. Here we go. Let's count together six through 10678, 910, right? Again, here we go, 678910. All right, with practice, it just becomes very fluid, very smooth. So I urge you to practice. Alright, so again, here we go. 678910, right? A little bit quicker. 678910. All right. Even a little bit more quicker, 678910. Okay, so later when we get to the test and suddenly this appears, you'll note to go like this. All right. You can say to allow That's fine. Well, your sine 678910, that helps you or keep it in your head. Okay. So we just signed the numbers 678910. Sounds good. 5. Learn | Sign for ABOUT: Here is the sign for about. Okay, we're going to use both hands with my non-dominant hand, so I'm right-handed. This is my dominant hand, my non-dominant hand. I'm going to make this handshape. So basically we're just putting all the fingers together, is squishing down the thumb, alright. Like that. Now we're going to place it here so the back of the fingers are facing forward. Alright, so we have this thing. Alright, with your dominant hand, I'm right-handed. I'm going to use my index finger. I'm going to put it here and I'm going to rotate around once, or maybe a little bit more than once by startup here. Okay, so that is about about from the sign, about, from the other side. About right from the front again, about. Alright, so sign with me. Sign with me. We're going to do some practice and we're going to start here with their hands here, I call it the rest position. If you've ever seen a sign language interpreter when they're not signing, their hands are usually around here because whenever they need to sign. But power they can spring in action. It's a nice resting place for their hands. Okay. So we're going to sign a bout three times, sign with me starting from the rest position here we go. About about about alright, so we talked about the sign for about, remember, use both hands, your non-dominant hand make a shape like this other one index finger, start here in front, rotate around. There, you have it. Alright, so this is the sign for about. 6. Learn | Sign for AFTER: Here is the sign for after. Okay, we're going to use both hands. And this is the basic hand-shaped. The placement is different but the hand shape is the same. Go like this. Tighten up your fingers DOM alongside. Okay. I'm right-handed. I'm gonna use my non-dominant hand and make a platform palm facing down with my dominant hand them and make like a knife, blade like chop, chop. And we're gonna use the bottom part and just slide over. Alright, after, from the sign, after, other side, after, from the front again, after. Ok, so sign with me. Let's do it three times, starting from the rest position. Here we go. After, after, after. Okay, on a side note, you may find it interesting to know that this is also the sine four across a bridge and you're going to cross it, you know, goal across. But it also works in his very commonly used as after, like This is your party, this is your work, this is your job, this is school, whatever, and something happens after. Okay. So remember, same handshape, put one down here, palm facing down the other one like a chopping blade and just slide across. Alright, that's after. All right. We just talked about the sign for after. 7. Learn | Sign for AGAIN: This is the sign for, again. Alright, we can use both hands, so non-dominant hand, I'm right-handed, This is my non-dominant hand. I'm gonna make this handshape right wingers altogether. Dom alongside. We're gonna put it down here as a platform. Now it's kind of at an angle facing that direction. Okay, there we go. With this one, your dominant hand star with the same handshape. Turn it to the side and kind of tilt it down a little bit. Now we're going to start here and go like this again and again from the sign again, other side, again, from the front. Again. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Again. Again. Again. So remember both hands, one makes a platform over here, the other one like this, like that. Okay, we just talked about the sine four. Again. 8. Learn | Sign for ALL: This is this sign for all. Ok, we're going to use the same handshake for both hands. Like this. Fingers together, thermo alongside. So with your non-dominant hand, I'm right handed, so my left hand, non-dominant hand. I'm gonna put it right here, palm facing towards me with my dominant hand. I'm gonna start here. The hand shapes are the same. Remember, startup here and I'm gonna go forward, come around in n like this. So the hands are going to end in the same position, just one on top of the other. So one appear starting up here. And all from the sine. All once again. From the other side. All. All okay, from the front again. All right. Let's do it three times in the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. All, all. All. Ok. This sign all also works for the context ideas of the entire, right, the entire thing, or the whole thing, like the whole pizza, all of it. The whole thing, right? So remember, both hands, one right here facing towards you, confessing in. Other ones starts up here, rotate around and go like that. Right. So we have all this was the sign for all. 9. Learn | Sign for ALWAYS: This is the sign for always. Okay, we're gonna use our index finger with your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so my index finger here we are. Put it over here and we're gonna do two circles in during the whole thing. The fingers pointing straight up. Okay. Always. Always from the sign. Always. Other side. Always right from the front. Once again, always. Let's do it together. Sine three times, starting from the rest position. Always, always. Always. All right. When you're signing this sign, if it's a good thing, like the mailman always comes at three and I love it always. Alright, if it's like the neighbour, Our neighbor's dog, oh is poops, my yard is like always, right? You can put in a facial expression to support communicating the situation. Okay, so remember index finger, your dominant hand, the polymer spacing in, just do a couple circles. Always. This was designed for always. 10. Learn | Sign for AND: This is the sign for and okay, we're just going to use one hand. Use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Okay, we're going to start like this, kind of an open hand position over here in close it up. Okay. And think of like an octopus that swimming away and it's going, alright, so, and from the side and from the other side and from the front again. And I'll write three times, sign with me. Here we go. And and and remember, one hand starts out like you're going to try to catch something, right? Stick it here. Fingers are pointing that way. Start over here, bring it over and Azure coming over, tighten up the fingers. And all right. This was the sign for and 11. Learn | Sign for ARRIVE: Here is the sign for arrive. All right, we're going to use both hands and they're going to have the same hand shape like that. So if your fingers are apart, put them together, thumbs alongside. Now start with your non-dominant hand. I'm right handed, so here's my non-dominant hand. Put it like this palm facing towards you or kind of up a little bit, that is your destination. So take your other one palm facing in his well, and you're going to arrive at your destination. Ok, so we have arrive from the side, arrive, from the other side, arrive. Okay, so once again, arrive. Let's do it three times. Sign with me. Arrive, arrive, arrive. So remember both hands seem handshape, just a little bit different placement, one node here, other ones coming in and it is arriving because this is the sign for arrive. Oh, okay. 12. Learn | Sign for ASL: Here's how we sign ASL, a, S, L. If you already know the alphabet, you're going to be well set. If you don't know the alphabet, don't worry, we're gonna do it. Here we go. It's just three letters. We have a, we have S, and we have L. So let's start with a. How do we make an, a star with your hand like this, fingers together coming down, kinda starting, make a fist, put your thumb along side. That is in a, alright, now we need an s. S, It's just a fist like put up your dukes. I have two Ss s. If you wanna go step-by-step, go like this fingers together. The more in the front that isn't.'s face it forward. Es okay. L If you've ever seen someone go like this for loser, Wow, you know how to sign l already the long way. Put down these three fingers and leave these two up thumb and the index finger, that's an L in it. Amazingly, looks like an L as well. Okay. So we have a S, L, Alright, altogether, a S L From the sign, a S, L. Other side. A s, L. This is an acronym and it's his finger spell, right? This is assigned per finger spelling, bonus sign, rigorous rarely. So we're just gonna do it fairly quick, quickly in his practice, the more you practice, more fluid and smooth it will be. So we have a SSL. Okay. Let's do it three times. Sign with me, I guess it's fingers bell with me. Here we go. Asl. Asl, ASL. And just in case you didn't know, I'm sure you already do. It stands for American Sign Language, right? So we just talked about how to finger spell. How does sign ASL? Asl. 13. Practice | Group 1 Test: Oh boy, it's time for a test. That's right. We've been learning stuff. Now it's time for testing and review. You may want to pay attention because this is the testing format for the entire course. I timer. While there are gonna be two parts. So let's talk about the first one. See the little hand down there. That means you're going to sign. All right, so I'm gonna show you something, start a timer and use sign so you can race the timer. Or if you don't want to, you can pause the video, that's fine and take your time and sign what you see. So the timer is, let's start it here. It's for four seconds. Okay, so that's the timeframe you'll have to sign words that we've already learned. Okay, so let's do a quick practice one, I'm gonna do a nice little MiniTest here. Show you something, start the timer. You try to assign it before the timer's up. Okay, there we go. Ok. So after the timer's up, I will sign it. Alright, and you can compare your answer with mine. Alright? So that is the first section where you see the little hand down there. You have the timer, you're signing. Ok. In the second part of the review, there's a little guy down there and there won't be a timer. Let's see if I can get rid of it. Ah, there it is. So I'm going to sign you're going to see the guy down there. There's nothing here at the beginning, but I'm going to sign. So you're gonna look at me and he's doing something looks familiar and you try to guess what I'm signing, just say it out loud. Ok. So let's do a quick practice. Here we go. Okay. So what did I sign? Well, I signed always. So I'm just going to sign it once. If you need to have MY repeated pause the video and go back, that's fine, but I'm just gonna do it once we've already learned that we practiced it. So this time around I sign always. Okay. Another thing about my testing, the test didn't review is I wear my glasses. When I put on my glasses, I showed up. I no longer talk. I'm only going to sign. Okay. So we'll communicate in sign language. You're going to sign what you see. When you see the hand down there, you're gonna sign. When you see the guy down there, you're going to watch me and I'm going to sign and you give me like, he's doing something. Ok. So let's jump in. Let's do testing and review. 16. Explore | Group 2 Signs: Oh boy, it's group two's signs are right. Let's check out what we'll be learning. Bad. Beautiful before best. Big boy. Can, can't Class. Close. Okay, so we're going to learn each one in a separate video, right? We're going to explore it, practice it, make sure you know it. Then we're going to add them all together and do review end testing. So what are we waiting for? Here we go. 17. Learn | Sign for BAD: This is the sign for bad. All right, just use one hand. I'm right handed, so I'm gonna use my dominant hand and make this handshape fingers together, thumb alongside. Okay, now I'm gonna start with the palm in and I'm gonna put the top part of the inside of the fingers at my lips. And I'm gonna go out, turn and go down. Alright, so the motion of the hand is like this. At the same time, since bad is kind of negative, makes sure to put a face real expression which communicates the negativity. Alright, you can shake your head, right? It's bad what you did, perhaps from this side bed, other side bed, from the front. Bad. Alright, let's do it three times. Sign with me. There we go. Bad, bad, bad. Okay, so remember, just use your dominant hand. Make this handshape. Put this part on your lips, are close to your lips, and then just come out bed at the same time. Very important ad in a facial expression. How would this or show you what it looks like without? And then we'll compare it with. So I'm gonna go into Robot Mode. Now the hand motion is clear, but the facial expression is lacking, is lacking sound languages is such a visual language added in and you will be understood much easier. Okay, so let's do it now with the facial expression. That one versus I could, I think you can see the difference. Bad. Okay. So we just talked about the sign for bad. 18. Learn | Sign for BEAUTIFUL: This is this sine four. Beautiful. Ok. Use your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I use this hand. This is what we're going to do. We're going to have an open hand is start with palm facing in, kinda get the pinky finger over here and now pretend you're hand is like a fan and you're going in front of your face. Alright? So when we end, the fingers are kind of curled up over here will only start where open like this. And we go like that. Alright, beautiful. This also works for pretty, all right, beautiful, pretty beautiful from the side. Beautiful. From the other side. Beautiful. Right from the front. Once again. Beautiful. Alright, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Beautiful. Beautiful, beautiful. Okay, one hand, your dominant hand. Start out with this handshape. Turn it in, put your pinkie over here, kinda decide your face. And now we're just going to do the fan. All right? Beautiful. Alright, this was the sign for beautiful. 19. Learn | Sign for BEFORE: This is the sign for before. That's it. Right here's the handshape fingers together, DOM alongside. Turn it so your palms facing towards your shoulder, bringing it back here and then just flick. Or you could say Let the airflow, like there's air flow here and you're trying to make it go pastor shoulder before, before. So the concept here is before in the past, back then, back in time before. So from the sign before, other side, before, from the front once again, before. Alright, let's do it three times. Signing starting from the rest position. Here we go. Before, before. Before. Once again, the hand shape is like this turnaround palm facing towards your shoulder. Put it about here and then just let it flow past flaky past when I'm going back, my hand is kind of bending forward. So end of about like that before. Okay. So we just talked about the sign for before. 20. Learn | Sign for BEST: This is how we sign best. Okay. Just use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Okay. I'm going to start here, palm facing in tips of the fingers, right about it. My lips. Okay. I'm not touching my lips just close in front. Okay. We're going to start here and pull off to the side and go up. All right, best. So you have here, this kinda handshape, put it right here, pull off to the side, pull the fingers in and go up. Alright, so we have best, best from the side. Best, other side, best. All right, from the front once again, best. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Best. Best. Best. Okay. Something that's very important when you come over, you need to go up. Because if you don't go up and you just go like this, it means better. Similar but not the same, right? So bonus sign, you just learn how to assign better, better, right? But we need best. So when we get to test Dean and UC best, you need go like this. Best. So put your thermal up there like it's hot stuff, right? It's the best. It's not just better. It's best. Okay. Once again, use your dominant hand. Hence shape like this. Put it in the tips of the fingers, inside part of the fingers. Right about at your lips. Right. Don't have to touch his close close up the fingers and go up. Best. Oh, okay. We just talked about the sign for best. 21. Learn | Sign for BIG: This is the sign for big. Okay, going to use both hands. Now these are the hand shapes. Now how do we make them? Okay, start like this, but the last three fingers down and we make L's, okay, we have l's. Now bend the tips of the index fingers down, right? So we have our l's go like this. Alright, so that's the handshape for both hands. Now put them a boat here so the thumbs are pointing upwards. Start here and go out. Vague. Alright, big from the side. Big from the other side. Big. From the front again. Big. Okay. Sign with me three times. Here we go. Big, big, big. All right, so this works for a large, you know, big size kinda things interesting. Add in some extra facial expressions embellish to better describe the situation. So what do I mean now, was the car big or was the car? Right? So the similar movement, right. The signs about the same. But because I go out farther and a have the space of like law, right? We can communicate that whatever we're describing. Like huge, like really big, right? Okay. So once again, put the L's up there been down the tips. Put your hands aboard here so the thumbs are pointing straight up or up and go out. Big, big, you want to embellish, go nuts. Right? Okay. We just talked about the sign for big. 22. Learn | Sign for BOY: Here is assigned for boy. Just use your dominant hand. So I'm right-handed. I'm use this hand in. We're just gonna make this hand motion twice at our forehead. Alright, so the hand motion Think of like are the people were like Ye Ke Qia, Qia, Qia, right? That's the same hand motion we're going to be using. Just do it twice. Your forehead. Boy. Boy. Okay. From the side Boy. Other side. Boy. All right. We go from here, fingers together, bend them forward. So you have this little thing right here, the inside, right about here and go 12. Boys, alright, sign with me three times or we go, boy, boy, boy. Now you can touch your forehead or lightly touch. I just get closed. Senate really blade on there are pushed too hard. It's just in the vicinity. In the area, boy. Okay. So once again, the hand motion is the Yucca Keccak, right? They kept is talk in a yak and eniac and right dominant hand, put it a BAD here and go 12 boys. Okay. We just talked about the sign for boys. 23. Learn | Sign for CAN: This is the sign for can. Okay. Just to make sure we're not talking about assorted can or a pop can. We're talking about able. You have the ability to do something, can. Alright? So the hand shapes are the same, are going to be using the letters S, S. We'd also say make fists like put up your Dukes Law to S's, right. How do we make Ss curving down? Put your thumb in front two-fifths. Okay. We have our fists. Put the fall, the palms pays facing forward right about here and just go straight down. Can can from the side, can from the other side, can, from the front. Once again, Can. You could add an extra facial expression to show affirmative like can, can, maybe not up to you. Alright, let's do it three times. Sign with me. Here we go. Can, can, can. Alright, so remember, same hand shapes are going to be used in the letters S or fists, whatever you want to column, palms facing forward, started about here, maybe shoulder height and goes straight down. Can can, right? It's kind of definitive. Can you wanna convince it's I have the ability of able can. Okay. We just talked about the sign for Ken. 24. Learn | Sign for CAN’T: Here's the sign for Kant. Okay, we're going to use both hands and user index fingers. That's the handshape for both hands. Now I'm right-handed, is with my non-dominant hand, my left hand. I'm going to put the first index finger right here, palm facing down, finger-pointing out there. Alright. With my right hand, my dominant hand have the other index finger. I'm going to use the inside part, the bottom part of the finger. And I'm gonna come down and flick the top of the finger. On the other hand, the tip of the index finger can't can't from the side. Can't other side. Can't from the front again, can't. Now it's important to show the negative to make it very clear. You can shake your head, kinda have this face negative or what's not happening? Can't. Can't. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Can't. Can't. Can't. Okay. Once again, index fingers, both hands seem hand shapes were both hands. One of them down here, palm down, other one over here. Now just flick as you come down, flick the tip of the index finger that's already down here. Can't add in the facial expression. Shake your head to give it more emphasis and make it more clear. Can't, can't. Alright, we just talked about the sign for Kant. 25. Learn | Sign for CLASS: Here is the sign for class. Okay, the hand shapes are going to be the same for both hands. We're going to use the letters C from the alphabet. How to make sees well, like dad, fingers together. Now a curb down in they look like C's. Okay. So when we're signing class, start here, palms facing forward, the Caesar about here, There's opening that spine tips together. Now we're going to curve around income back together class. So when you finish the back part of your hands are facing forward when you start its opposite. So we go like that. Class, from the sine class, from the other side. Class, from the front again. Class. Alright, let's do it three times. Sign with me. Here we go. Class. Class. Class. Remember both hands, letters c, start in palms facing forward. Now bringing around class. Alright, so we just talked about the sign for class. 26. Learn | Sign for CLOSE: Here's how we sign close. Okay, the hand shapes are the same for both hands. Were going to be using the letters B from the alphabet a, B, C. How do you make b's? Well, star-like this fingers together, domes in front, there's your B. Ok, we're going to be using the ridges of the hands. Start out here, come together. Now these are like windows, shutters, maybe a door that has two parts, but it's closing, it's shutting, close a hub. So this sign also works for shut. Close from the side. Close. From the other side. Close from the front again. Close. Okay. Sign with me. Let's do it three times. We're going to start the rest position here we go. Close, close, close. All right, once again, hand shapes the same for both hands. The letters B, remember going to use the ridges, ridges of the hand. Here we go, start out here and bring them together. So the poems would be facing forward at the end and they're together, like you're shutting the door, you're closing the door and close. All right. We just talked about the sign for clothes. 29. Explore | Group 3 Signs: What's this group? Three signs. Okay, so this is what we are going to be learning. Cold, dead, day, Deaf, different, doesn't drink, eat everyday. Excuse me. Ok. So we have a separate video for each sign. We're going to explore it, practice it. You're going to learn it. At the end. We're gonna put them all together and have a test and reviewed to make sure you can sign and understand when I'm signing. All right. Let's jump in. 30. Learn | Sign for COLD: Here is the sign for cold. Pretty straightforward. Ok, the hand shapes are going to be the same. We're going to use S's, alright, from the alphabet. How do you make an EFS? Well, just make a fist, put your thumbs in front. Now put your fist debarred here. They're facing towards each other and just shiver, like pretend you're cold, right? You can put a facial expression is really cold. Whew, right? So this shake your fist and look like you're shivering like your cold from the side. Cold from the other side. Cold from the front. Once again, cold. Ok. So sign with me. Let's do it three times. Let's start from the rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. There we go. Cold, cold, cold. So once again, we're going to use fists, use both hands, same handshape, turn them in, put them about here, and just shiver coal. Alright, we just talked about the sign for cold. 31. Learn | Sign for DAD: Here is the sign for dead. Simple and straight forward, we're going to use our dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I use my dominant hand. We're gonna make this handshape, just the open hand fingers spread apart. We're going to use the tip of our thumb and tap twice on our forehead. Alright, dead. Dead. All right, this also works for father. Father dead, same thing. From the side. Dead. From the other side, dead. Right from the front. Once again, Dan. Alright, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Dead. Dead. Dead. Right. Okay. So basic handshape fingers apart, spread out tip of the thumb to taps on your forehead. Dead. Okay. We just talked about the sign for dad. 32. Learn | Sign for DAY: Here is the sign for day. Okay, we're going to use both hands, alright, starting with their non-dominant hand. So I'm right-handed my non-dominant hand gonna make this handshape, fingers together, thumb alongside. Now I'm going to lay down here. Alright, so the palms facing down, nice and level there with my dominant hand, I'm going to stick with my index finger. Alright. Now I'm going to turn it in sort spacing towards me. Man, take my elbow and put it on top of the tips of the platform, the fingers fingers down there. Okay. Now we just go like this day. Day. From the side. From the other side. Day. Okay. From the front again, day. Alright, let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me every day, day, day. So think of this as like the horizon. I guess this is the sun and it's up there and it's going through the whole day and sets in the evening, right? So we have day. Once again, non-dominant hand make a platform down here, palm facing down, dominant hand, put up your index finger, palm facing in, put your elbow and top of the back of the hand right here and just go down though we have day. Good, good. Alright. We just talked about the sign for day. 33. Learn | Sign for DEAF: Here is a sign for deaf. Ok. Just use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Stick up your index finger. There we go. Now we're gonna turn it so the palms facing forward, we're going to use the inside part of the finger and we're going to touch twice on our face. We're going to start here right in front of our ear and then go down to the side of our mouth. So 12. So we have def 12 from the side. Deaf, from the other sign. Deaf. Don't worry about getting specifically the perfect position just more or less in front of your ear for the first tab in at the side of your mouth over here, lowered cheek right here. For the second tab. Alright. Deaf. Alright, let's do it three times and the rest position, sign with me. Deaf. Deaf. Deaf. Okay, something interesting. You may find interesting. Some people sign it the opposite way they go deaf. Okay, for consistency in this course, we're going to stick with the same. We're going to go starting at the ER angle like this. Alright, so 12. So when we're testing and you see this up there, go like this. Deaf. Deaf. Okay. We just talked about the sign for deaf. 34. Learn | Sign for DIFFERENT: This is how we assign different. Okay, we're gonna use both hands. Same handshape are both hands, index fingers. Okay. Pointing up like that. I'm right-handed. Put one in my non-dominant hand. We'll put it in front and we're just making like an X with our index fingers. Now the complete design, we just go like this. Different disco out, different from the side, different from the other side. Different from the front. Once again, different. Okay. Let's do it three times and the rest position sign with me. Different. Different. Different. Alright, so remember same handshape is both hands, index fingers, palms facing forward. Make this x thing here, and then just go out. So we have different. Okay, good, good. We just talked about the sign for different. 35. Learn | Sign for DONE: Here's how we sign done. Okay, same hand shapes, both hands. The open hands, fingers apart, flat. Start this way with the palms facing in about here, and then just flick them out. Done. This, let them flow, done from the side, done from the other side, done. And the front once again. Done. Ok. So sign with me, sign with me. Let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position. Dun, dun. Dun. Ok, so this sign also works for finished, completed, all over. All done. A hug and of course just done. Okay. So remember, open hands to star with palms facing in and just flick them out. Okay. We just learned the sign for Darren. 36. Learn | Sign for DRINK: This is the sign for drink. Okay, use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Make the letter C like in the alphabet a, b, c. So how do we make a C? Well, put your fingers together and just curve down. So you have this thing that looks like a C, aha. Now that's going to be our cup. So turn it forward, so it's flat across here. We're going to have our thumb here, put it at the bottom of your lip. Now just pretend you're taking a drink from the cup. Alright, drink. Drink from the side. Drink from the other side. Drink, and the front. Drink. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Drink, drink, drink. So we're going to use one hand, make a C, that's our cup. Turn it forward, put it about here right by your chin and just go up once that's assigned for drink. All right. We just talked about how to sign drink. 37. Learn | Sign for EAT: This is the sign for eat. About as straightforward as it gets. Alright, just use your dominant hand. One hand, make the letter o. Alright, so here's the o. How do you make the, oh, well, go like that. Now we have the o now squish it down, right? So that is the handshape that we're going to use when we sign it. So we have the all squish it down. Now use the tips and just touch your lips once your mouth ones. So we have eat from the side. Other side. Eat from the front. Eat. Okay, let's do it three times. Sign with me a start from the rest position. Eat, eat, eat. Ok. Something to remember, just tap your mouth once. Alright, so go like this. If you tap twice, it actually means food, very similar, but suddenly we're getting into a noun. We're using a verb here. So just tap once. Alright, eat. Okay, once again, take your, oh, squish it down. And when you squish it, Daryl nest the handshape we need for signing. Eat this. Tap your mouth once with the tip of the fingers. Alright. Eat. Good, good. We just talked about how to sign. Eat. 38. Learn | Sign for EVERYDAY: Here is the sign for every day. Okay, we're going to use one hand. Use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Make the letter a in the alphabet like a, B, C. How do we make an a? Well, start like this. Put your fingers together. All the fingers down, put the thumb alongside. Now we have an a. Okay. So a palm facing in, parenthesized your face and just go forward twice. 1212. So that is every day from the sign. Every day. Other side? Every day. Now I'm not actually touching my face. You can just go a little bit live, leave a little space in between. Forward twice every day. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Every day. Every day. Every day. Okay. So something important to remember. Remember to do it twice and they're just quick, short little movements every day. So 12, if you just do it once and you do it a big movement, it means tomorrow. So bonus side, you learned how to assign tomorrow. This is tomorrow. So don't go all the way forward when you want to assign every day just to quick movements. Every day. So once again, show the difference tomorrow and every day. Okay, so when we're doing testing and review and this pops up and you're like aha, every day. Okay, good, good. Remember the hand shape is the letter a and the alphabet a. Put it alongside your face. Don't have to touch just to forward movement. Okay. So we have every day. Good, good. We just talked about how to sign every day. 39. Learn | Sign for EXCUSE ME: This is how we assign, excuse me. Ok. We're going to use both hands with your non-dominant hand. I'm right handed, so my non-dominant hand, I'm going to make this handshape fingers together at them alongside. Now I'm going to put a palm facing up, make a little platform, ok, with my other hand, star with this handshape. Now bend the fingers forward. Alright, so it looks like this. Use the tips and we're gonna go 12 on the fingers of the other hand on the platform 12. So we have excuse me excuse me. From the side excuse me. Other side. Excuse me. In the front again. Excuse me. All right. So there's two quick movements, 12 excuse me. All right. So sign with me. Let's do it three times, starting at the rest position Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Now, depending on the situation, you can put it a facial expression to better communicate your intentions, right? So if you just stepped on some points for it caused them a major inconvenience in there like you might be like, you know, excuse me, her if you just need to get through and it's not such a serious thing, he might just be like, alright, excuse me. Ok. So once again, going to use two hands, non-dominant hand, this hand shape make a platform palm facing up. Other hand started like this. Curve it down, use the tips. 12. Excuse me. Ok. So we just talked about how to sign excuse me. 42. Practice | Groups 1\3 Test: Okay. It's time to do review. Yes. That means tests for groups one through 33 groups, ten words. My goodness, you've already learned 30 words. Way to go. Okay, so we're gonna do testing and review in two parts. The first part, C, the timer, see the hand down there. I'm going to show you something. I'm going to show you actually all of the 30 words one by one random order, okay? So whatever you see, you sign it. You can raise the timer, or if you want, you can pause the video, take your time, sign it, and then proceed onwards. Okay, so let's do a quick little mini practice tests so you can see how it works. Here we go. Oh, OK. So after the timer's up, I will sign the answer and you can compare your answer with mine. Okay, good, good. So that is the first part where you see the hand. That means you're going to sign. In the second part, I am going to sine, so we're not going to have a timer. But you'll have me. So I'm going to sign something. I'm gonna sign and you're going to watch and you're gonna be like a ha, he's doing something, aha, once again, all 30 words one at a time, random order. Ok. So you watch me try to figure out what I'm signing. Shouted out. Okay, here we go. So what did I sign? I'm just going to sign it one time. So if you need to have me repeat just repeat the video. That's fine. Alright. So I signed boy. That's right. Boy. Okay. So that's the second part where you see me, watch me and I'm going to sign remember the first part. See the hand. You're going to sign whatever I show you. And of course, when I'm testing, I'm going to be quiet. I have my glasses on so no noise, so I'm not talking. We're just going to communicate to sign. All right, let's do it. This is review once again, for groups one through three, alright, 30 words, random order one by one. What an opportunity to show your skills. Here we go. 45. Explore | Group 4 Signs: Oh boy, it's group for signs. Let's take a look at what we'll be learning. Family, fine. Fingers, bell, food or friend from girl. Give go to. Oh, okay. So we have a separate video for each sign. We're going to learn it, practice it. And after we've learned each one, we're going to have review and testing, write tests. All right. We're going to test you and make sure that you are able to sign them and also to understand them. But first, let's go one-by-one and learn them. Okay, here we go. 46. Learn | Sign for FAMILY: Here is this sign for family. Okay, we're going to use both hands and the same handshape are both hands. We're going to use the letters F. Alright, both hands the letters F. How do you make an F like in the alphabet? Well, start with open hand fingers spread apart. Take your index fingers and put them down on top of your thumb so the tips of the thumb and the index fingers come together. So those are Fs. Okay, so when we're doing family, we're going to start like this and do like a circle. Alright? So you have like a group there. It's a rounding motion. So family, family, start here with the tips together, come around and your Pinky's touch. So you have family from the side? Family? From the other side? Family from the front again. Family. Okay. Sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Family. Family. Family. Okay, so remember same handshape are both hands, letters F, star with the tips together here, do a circle in the pink user. What finished the sign? Family. Okay, wonderful. We just talked about the sign for family. 47. Learn | Sign for FINE: Here is the sign for fine. Okay, we're going to use one hand. Use your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I use this one. We're just going to use this handshape, fingers spread apart. Now use the tip of the tongue and tap twice in the middle of your chest. Fine. Fine from the side. Fine. From the other side. Fine. From the front again. Fine. Okay. Let's do it three times and the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Fine. Fine. Fine. Okay. And when we're talking about fine, we're talking about answering the question, How are you? Fine? I'm well, I'm good. I'm fine. Remember one hand, your dominant hand? This is the handshape. Fingers spread apart. Use the tip of the thumb, tap twice in the middle of your chest. Fine. Ok. We just talked to both the sine four fine. 48. Learn | Sign for FINGERSPELL: Here's how we sign fingers bell. Okay, so we're going to use this hand shape then the fingers forward a little bit and just flutter them as you move off to this side. Right finger spell. Finger, spell. From the side. Fingers bell. From the other side. Fingers bell from the front again. Finger spell. Okay, so just flutter as you're moving off to the side, let's do it three times from the rest position. Signed with me. Here we go. Fingers bell. Finger, spell. Fingers bell. Okay. So remember handshape lake that kinda Ben needs fingers down a little bit so they're pointing forward and then just flooded them water as you move away. Fingers bell. Okay. Good. We just talked about the sign for finger spell. 49. Learn | Sign for FOOD: Here's how we assign food. Okay, how do you make the handshape? Well, first make the letter o, like in the alphabet, o, p, q, o, right? How do you make it o star like this? Fingers together come down and you have an OH, it even looks like one. Aha. Now take that o and squish it down. Take the, oh, squish it down. We have the tips here and we're going to use the tips to tap twice on our lips or our mouth, right? So 12, that's going to be food. Alright. Food from the side. Food from the other side. Food right in the front. Once again, food. Okay. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Food. Food. Food, pretty straightforward. Signed something you need to remember to make sure we're communicating food, which is a noun, right? It's a thing. We needed tap twice. Okay? If you just tap ones, it means eat the verb, the action eat, right? So we're trying to assign food. We'll do it twice. Okay? So when we're testing in this word pops up, you're like, OK, double-tap, food, hut. Okay, so remember the handshape is letter O, that is squished. We can call it as squished. Oh, right. Use the tips. Tap twice on your lips. On your mouth. That's the sign for food. Okay. Wonderful. We just talked about how to sign food. 50. Learn | Sign for FOR: Here's how we sign for. Okay, we're going to use our index finger of your dominant hand. So I'm right-handed. Index finger. That's it. Take the tip of the inside, put it on your forehead and move it out and twist. So you start with the palm facing end, touch in your forehead and it twists out. So when you finish the palms facing forward, alright, so we have 44 from the side or from the other side for from the front again. Four. Ok. So sign with me. Sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. For 44. Alright, the hand shape is the index finger. Once again, use the tip, the inside part, put it on your forehead, twist and go out for okay. We just talked about how to sign for. 51. Learn | Sign for FRIEND: Here is the sign for friend. Okay, we're going to use index fingers for both hands. So I'm right-handed my non-dominant hand. I'm gonna take that index finger, put it down here, the palms facing up, OK, with my dominant hand, I'm gonna take that index finger and place it on top of the other one. And that's the first position. Alright, now the second position, we're just going to flip and do the exact opposite. Alright, so you have 12 and together it friend, all right, no need to pause in the middle. Just make it flow. Friend from the side. Friend from the other side. Friend from the front again. Friend. Okay. Quick note, the fingers will probably not stay rigid. It's not like whack, whack. Just let them bend a little bit. I've seen bending a little bit. I've seen bending a lot where it looks like this. I leave it up to you when I do it. I been probably bought that much. Ok. So sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Friend, friend, friend. Okay, so remember hand shapes are same for both hands. Index finger, one goes here, the other one goes on top. Now we just sweet friend. Okay. We just talked about how to sign friend. 52. Learn | Sign for FROM: Here's how we sign from. Okay, we're going to use index fingers to start with. Alright, I'm right handed, so my non-dominant hand them and take the index finger and stick it right here, pointing straight up palm facing away, right with my other index finger. We're gonna put the tips of the two index fingers together. Now with my dominant hand, this one, we're going to pull back. And as we're pulling away, we curve the finger back. Alright, so the motion will be like that. Okay, so tips together pull away in curve. From from, from the side, from other side, from, from the front, from. Okay, so let's do it three times and the rest position sign with me. Here we go. From from from, you can kind of pretend maybe this is like a string, a harp string. I don't know. In your plucking it, you're pulling back on it a little bit. So index fingers put them together, pull it away and curve, alright, from, alright, we just talked about how to sign from. 53. Learn | Sign for GIRL: This is assigned for girl. Alright, use your dominant hand, just one hand. I'm right-handed. We're going to make the letter a like an alphabet, a, B, C. How do we make it a? Well, start like this. Fingers together, curve down the fingers, thumb tight alongside. Now we're gonna take the inside part of the thumb like close to the tip. And we're going to go along the bottom part of our cheek, right along the jaw line there. Alright, we're gonna go like this. Girl. Girl from the side, girl, from the other side. Girl. All right. From the front again. Girl. So a take the side of the tip girl. Let's do it three times and the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Girl, girl, girl. Now I've noticed some people, they get close and they don't actually touched her cheek. That's fine. When I do it, I actually make contact. Girl. If you want to get close to speak through close enough in our like way out here going like that and people like her just get close enough. All right. Okay. So we just talked about how to sign girl. 54. Learn | Sign for GIVE: Here is the sign for give. Alright, user dominant hand. I'm right-handed. I'm going to use this hand. Now there's two ways I'm gonna describe the hand shape. First, you can make an o and you can squish it way down. Alright, so the DOM and the fingertips are close together there. How do you make an, oh, well, go like this. Alright, so we have the o now squish it way down, put it down here, and go out. The other way. I would explain the hand shaped like this. Let's pretend you're picking up like sand or powder and you're trying to scrunch it up. There we go. We have the handshape. Okay. So put it here, palm facing up, start here like you're holding something. Just go out. Like you're giving someone something. Give from the side. Give from the other side, give from the front, give right from the rest position. Let's sign three times. Sign with me. Here we go. Give, give. Give. Okay. So you can say the squished o like that or like you're picking up powder, that's the handshape. Turn it over palm facing up. You're holding it. Give it away. Give. Alright. We just talked about how to sign, Give. 55. Learn | Sign for GO TO: Here's how we sign go to we're going to use index fingers for both hands. That's the handshape. Start down here with the tips pointing straight up. Okay, like the rockets ready to watch. So start here and go like this. Go to, go to. So when you finish the tips are going to be pointing straight in straightforward or wherever you're going go to. Okay, from the side. Go to, from the other side, go to from the front. Goto. Alright, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Go to go to go to okay. We just talked about how to sign go to. 58. Explore | Group 5 Signs: Good, golly me. It's group five signs. Okay, let's take a look at what we're going to be learning. Good. Handsome, happen, happy. Have he she it hearing. Hello. Help her. His. Alright, we've got a separate video per each sign. We're gonna go through each video, learn the signs. And after we've learned all the signs, we're going to have some tests, right? Testing and review to make sure you can sign, but also that you can understand what I'm saying. Okay. Here we go. 59. Learn | Sign for GOOD: Here's how we sign. Good. Okay. Same handshake for both hands. This handshape, how do we make it star-like this fingers together with DMS alongside. Now I'm right handed, so I'm going to take my non-dominant hand in that hand shape and put it down here. Okay. Palm facing towards me. I'm going to take the other one, turn it around and start at my lips. The tips right here started my lips and go out. Alright, so I'm bringing it out and I'm touching, I'm kinda smack in a little bit, this part of my hand. Alright. Good. From the side. Good. From the other side. Good. From the front. Good. Alright, you may have a smacking sound. Nowhere is that just fine? That's good. All right. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. There we go. Good. Good. Good. Alright, remember, hand shapes are the same for both hands. Put one down here, The other one, turn it around, starting your mouth. Good. Have a happy expression on your face. Doesn't make much sense to go. It's more like, ah, good. Okay. We just talked about how to sign. Good. 60. Learn | Sign for HANDSOME: Here is assigned for handsome. Okay. We're going to use one hand, your dominant hand, I'm right handed, so I'll use this one. We're going to use the letter H. Ok, so how do we make the H? So I can the alphabet H, I, J, H. Well start like this. Put the ring finger, the pinky finger down these two fingers together. Put the thumb in front. Okay, it's actually a you, aha. Now to make it an H, we go like this. Turn it forward, right? So that is what it looks like on the inside. That is an H. Now we're gonna take that H and we're gonna put it up here. Alright? And we're going to make a circle in front of our face, starting and ending at the same place. So we have handsome, handsome, and once again, we have the H like that, these together. Here's the h, put it about here. One circle and some from the side. Handsome. From the other side, handsome, right from the front again. And so, Alright, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Handsome. Handsome. Handsome. Okay. Once again, use the letter H, like this together. There's your h, take that aids right about here. Go one so round. Handsome. Okay. We just talked about the sign for handsome. 61. Learn | Sign for HAPPEN: Here is a sign for happen. Ok, so both hands are going to have the same handshape, index fingers. Aha, OK, so put them down here. The palms are facing up the points, pointer parts are pointing forward. Now we're going to flip them over. Happen, happen from the sine, happen, other side, happen from the front. Happen. Okay. So index fingers star-like this, palms up, flip them over, roll them over, happen. All right, let's sign together. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Happen, happen, happen. Quick review, index fingers, put them down here, right here. Rollover. Nice quick smooth motion. Happen. Alright, we just talked about how to sign happen. 62. Learn | Sign for HAPPY: This is how we sign. Happy. Alright, the hand shapes are the same for both hands. This is the handshape. How do we make it? Well, if your hands are open, tighten them up, thumbs alongside. Here we go. So we're going to go in front. All right. So I'm right handed, so my right hand is on top, non-dominant hand is down below. We're gonna use this part of the hand and we're going to rub up twice. Happy, happy, happy from the side, happy. Other side. Happy from the front. Happy. Alright, it's gonna make much more sense if you have a happy or pleasant look on your face, if you like, are there giving conflicting signals? So have a nice happy look on your face. Happy. Okay, let's sign together three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Happy. Happy, happy. All right. You may see sometimes people will do this with just one hand. That's fine too, to be consistent in this course, we're going to do with two hands, 12. So whenever you see this, when this pop cell, when it's time for a test, you're going to go happy, happy. Alright, quick review. Hand shapes like this. Down here. Use the bottom part of the hand and you're gonna rub up twice, happy, and have a nice look on your face. Api. Okay, we just talked about how to sign. Happy. 63. Learn | Sign for HAVE: Here is the sign for have. Alright, the hand shapes are going to be the same. Start like this, fingers tight together. Now we're going to bend them forward. Okay, we kind of have an angle here. Right. Now. We're going to turn them in and we're going to go like this. Have, so the tips of the fingers are actually going to touch your test. Have EV from the side I have from the other side, have, from the front. Have. So you start out a little bit and then you come in like you're taking possession of something, like you have something. Alright, let's sign together three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Have have F. Okay, so hand shapes like this. Now bend them down, bend the fingers down, put them abode here and go in. F. Okay. We just talked about the sign for help. 64. Learn | Sign for HE/SHE/IT: This is how we sign. He she it I'll give you a hint, a secret. It's the same sine, same hand movement, same handshape for all three, all three pronouns, he, she it, and we're going to use the incredibly useful index finger, pointer finger, one, whatever you want to say, you're just gonna point. That's it. All right. Some people might say it's rude to point. Maybe, but American sign language, you need the point. It's such a visual language. You need to reference, you need to indicate, now you're not going to get up in their face and be like, ah, he, he is the one unless the contexts calls for it. But in general, we're just going he or maybe they're over there. She it wherever the individual is, just pointed them one time, one single motion in their direction. Okay. So he Georges over there and we're referring referring to him. He marries over there. She the cats UP there. It okay. So index finger. That's it. And just point. Okay, so what do you need this sign when we see this in the test unit test? Well, we're going to go like this. We're gonna go he, she, and it. That's what I'll be doing, right. If you want to sign something else, he she it up to you to do three points. 123 or 123 up to you. So let's do a little practice that signed together. Here we go. Starting from the rest position. Let's sign he she it he she it he see it. He she it. So one thing to notice or to mention, if I point at you, it's no longer he, she, or it, right, it becomes u. So that's pretty straightforward. You, but if you want to reference someone just pointed them, he or she or it, wherever they are. Ok. Remember index finger and just point indicate. All right. We just talked about how design he, she and it 65. Learn | Sign for HEARING: This is the sign for hearing. Okay. So we're indicating a hearing person, hearing individual. We're going to use our index finger. Use your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I'm gonna use this one. Now. We're going to turn it into the palms facing in. We're going to line up the finger about at the level of our mouth. And we're gonna do a couple of circles, kinda roll forward. Okay. Or like the words are flown out of the mouth. That is hearing from the sign. Hearing from the other side. Hearing from the front again. Hearing. Okay. Let's do it three times. Let's sign together from the starting from the resting position, sign with me. There we go. Hearing hearing hearing. Index finger. Put it here. Water level with your mouth. Couple rolls. Hearing. Good, good. We just talked about how to sign hearing. 66. Learn | Sign for HELLO: Here's how to sign. Hello. Okay, use your dominant hand. I'm right handed. So here's the handshape. The phone can be along tight along the side or loose, not a big deal. This part right here, the part of the sign of the index finger. We're going to put it at our head and we're just going to go out. It's like a wave or you could say like an embellished solute, HA, and have a friendly look on your face. If you're saying hello to someone, you're probably not like, Right? You kind of friendly if it's like, wow, you haven't seen them for a long time. Hello, if it's just a regular Hello. Okay, so let's sign together. Let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Hello. Okay. So the hand shapes like this thumb looser, tied up to you, just take the inside part of the finger, put it on the sign of the poor head and go out. Hello. Okay. We just talked about how to sign. Hello. 67. Learn | Sign for HELP: Here is the sign for help. Okay. We're going to use both hands. I'm right handed, so that's my dominant hand. With my left hand, I'm going to make a platform. This is the handshape. Fingers tight together, thumb alongside. There's my platform. Start a little bit lower because it's going to raise up with my right hand. I'm going to go like this. On top. The hand shape is something like this. It looks like in a, how do we do it? Go like this? Some alongside. Now put the bottom part on top of your platform, start low and go up. Like this hand is helping or raising up, right? Because we have help from the side. Help other side. Help from the front again. Help. Okay. So let's sign together. Sign with me. Let's start three times its sign three times starting from the rest position. Here we go. Help, help. Help. Ok. So this sign can also work for assistance, help, right? Something like that. So non-dominant hand make a platform dominant hand we have like an a shape here. Bottom part on top, start a little bit lower. Goal up. Help. Okay, good, good. We just talked about how to sign Help. 68. Learn | Sign for HER/HIS: Here's how we assign her or his. That's it. Okay. This is the handshape. Fingers apart, put them together, them alongside. Ok. You're going to notice when we're talking about possessive pronouns in American Sign Language, you're gonna see this handshape a lot. And we were doing her in his just to a single motion in the direction of the person. So if Sally's over there and we're talking about her dog would be her baby Henries over here and we're talking about his car, his wherever the person is, just a single motion in their direction. Ok. I wouldn't go this way if I'm talking with you because that becomes yours, right. We're just doing her in his right now. So her, his, her wherever they are. Ok, one beautiful thing about American Sign Language and the possessive pronouns, actually all pronouns is that they're gender neutral. Now, what does that mean? Well, if you've ever studied the, the romance languages, Spanish, French, Portuguese, there's a masculine and feminine form. So it's not impossible, it just makes it sometimes a little more complicated. But in American Sign Language is gender neutral. So no matter the gender of the person, that single individual, we're just gonna go like this in their direction. Her that individual. That person's right. We're talking possession now. Right. Open hand possession. It belongs to that person, belongs to them as in like the singular. They, them. Alright, so we have her, we have his. Now you're thinking, Okay, this is our multiple things, multiple pronouns. When the test comes, what do we need to sign? Wonderful question. So when this pops up, just go like this. Her his that's it. If you want to go on the same side. Her his Up to you just due to places. Heard his. Okay. So remember, hand shape is the same throughout. Herb his if you go on the front and I'm talking with you, it's no longer HER his, it becomes your so it's going to be off to the side wherever the person is. Hurt. His wherever. Ok. So we just talked about how to sign her or his that person's that individuals stuff, whatever it is for possession. 71. Explore | Group 6 Signs: All right, group six signs. Let's take a look at what we'll be learning. Home. Part. How hungry. I you learn like little love. Okay, we're going to look at each sign individually, step-by-step practice and gets you to learn them. After we've gone through all the signs, we're going to put them together and do testing and review. That's right. Tests. Alright, this is going to make sure that you're able to sign them and also able to understand when people sign them to you. Okay, let's jump in. 72. Learn | Sign for HOME: This is this sign for home. Okay, we're just going to use one hand. Use your dominant hand down right-handed. Okay, so how do we make the handshape? First, let's make the letter o, like in the alphabet o. How do you make it o? Go like this fingers together, put the tips altogether and you have an O. Now let's squish the ODE down, way down, take the OS, squish it. Now, use the tips and we're going to touch on her face twice. 12. Okay. So we have one over here close to the side of the mouth and one backup higher up on the cheek. So we have Home. Home, from the side. Home, from the other side Home, and from the front home. Okay. Let's do it three times in the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Home. Home. Home. So remember the handshape. You can take the letter O, squish it down. We just can use the tips of the fingers. Touch twice, interface, one lower, one higher. So together you have home. Okay, we just talked about how to sign home. 73. Learn | Sign for HOT: This is the sign for hot. Okay, use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Make this handshape right here kind of like you're gonna catch a ball, not a clade, but just a loose, loose hand ship shape right there. Okay. Take it, turn it in and put it over your mouth. Kinda like a muzzle. Now we're not actually touching, just get close and we're going to go like this. Okay? You can open your mouth kinda show the temperature, something who? It's hot. Okay, so we start in and we just flick it out, we turn it out. Okay? Alright. From the side, height, from the other side, hot, from the front again. Okay, let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Height part. Okay, so remember the hand shapes like this, like you're gonna catch something, put it in your phone in front of your mouth, just turn it out. Same time. Have like this half. Like it's something in your mouth. Okay. We just talked about the sign for hot. 74. Learn | Sign for HOW: This is the sign for how? Okay, we're going to use both hands and we're going to kinda curl the fingers, put them all together tight. Now curl them, put the fingers together. Thumbs just hanging out on top there. And we're going to flip it forward. Alright. How pow, right from the side. How? From the other side? How? From the front again, how? Alright, so we have the hand motion, the hand shapes, put them here, flip them forward. You may notice that my eyes, my eyebrows automatically go down like this. The kind of furrowed, scrunched up a little bit more often than not when you sign how it's going to be part of a question. And it's part of what we call a WH questions. Who, what, where, when, how, and why, how, right? So in these kind of questions, when you sign it, you throw your eyebrows, you have an inquisitive look. You want to know what's going on. So you might as well practice signing it now with that face, facial expression. Okay, so let's do it now. Hao. Okay, let's sign how three times starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. How how how, ok, so handshape like this. Put them together, starting here, flip them forward. Alright, DMS hanging out on top. Just flip it forward. And remember, since most of the time is going to be part of a question, might as well get used to furrowing your eyebrows. How how? Ok, we just talked about how to sign, how 75. Learn | Sign for HUNGRY: Here is the sign for hungry. Okay, use your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I use this hand. We're going to make the letter C. That is the handshape like in the alphabet, a, B, C. How do you make a C? Well, start like this. Fingers together, start curving, aha, magically. It, it's a C and even looks like a C. Okay. We're going to use the tips of the fingers, the tip of the thumb. We're going to bring it down here and touch lightly on the upper part of the test. And now we're just going to slide down. Hungry, hungry from the side. Hungry from the other side. Hungry from the front again. Hungry. Okay. Let's sign together. Sign with me. We'll do it three times. Starting from the rest position. Here we go. Hungry, hungry, hungry. Ok. So depending on the context, the situation, you can add extra facial expressions to communicate the situation. So if you're a really hungry and starving, put it in your face. Right? So hungry. If it is regular, you have a little bit of hunger. Hungry. So whatever it is added in with your face and it becomes much more clear what you're trying to communicate. Okay, so a quick review. We're going to use the letter C in the alphabet tip of the finger's tip of the thumb. Put it here, upper part of the test chest and just slide down. Hungry. Okay. We just talked about the sign for hungry. 76. Learn | Signs for I ~ YOU: Here are the signs for I and you. Very, very straightforward. We're just going to use our index finger and point. So if I am referring to me, I, I'll just point at me, right? Take that index finger, me. It also works for I I may just point to yourself right now if I'm talking to you and I want to refer to you, I would point at you, you. Now they might say sometimes it is rude the point. But in American Sign Language is a necessary part of the language because you need to indicate something such a visual language, you need to communicate visually what you're trying to say, right? So you just a single motion in your direction or whoever you're talking with you. So one thing to be a little bit more respectful, if you're over here and you kinda focused over there and suddenly I start talking with you. It's more respectful for me to turn my body as much as possible and pointed you, not just right over there. Give you more respect, show you you, then it's very clear that we're having a conversation. Ok. So let's sign let's go. I in you signed together. Here we go. I u i, u I, you. Okay. So you may be wondering when you see that when we get to the test, that tests, what do you need to sign? So when this pops up and you see I, you This is what you need to sign. That's it. Just point, is wonderful. The pronouns in American Sign Language, the personal pronouns you just gonna point. So right here we're talking about AI and you just 0. Okay, good, good. We just talked about how to sign I and you 77. Learn | Sign for IF: Here's how we sign if okay, we're going to use our pinky. Alright, so take your regular hand, curve all the fingers down Dom in the front except for the pinky, leave it sticking out. Now we're going to use the tip and we're going to touch our face twice in the same spot right under our eye. If if okay. From the side. If from the other side, if from the front again, if ok. Just two quick taps. Alright, let's sign together. Sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. If if if, okay, so remember handshape is the pinky, that's all we're going to use. Use the tip, turn it in, tap twice below your eye if right. So I'm right-handed. I'm going to tap below my right eye. If I was left, Dina was going like this. I would tap below my left eye, right. If I'm right handed, so if okay. Good, good. We just talked about how to sign. If. 78. Learn | Sign for LEARN: This is the sign for learn. Okay, we're going to use both hands. So with your non-dominant hand, I'm right-handed. This is my non-dominant hand. I'm going to go like this. Make this handshape right here, put it down here, palm facing up, that's our platform. Ok. So I'm right-handed with my dominant hand. I'm going to come down like this, bring it up, put it in my head, or put it on the side of my head. So pretend there's like some sand or powder here and you're trying to pick some up, right? So the fingers all come together. Now bring it up, put it in your head, like it's knowledge and you're learning, right? So you pick it up, put it in your head. And we have learned from the side. Learn from the other side. Learn from the front again. Learn. Okay, so let's sign together, sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Learn, learn, learn. Okay, so once again, make a platform with the other hand coming down like you're picking up some sand or dust, something like that. Like that. Bring it up, put it in your head, just touch the side of your forehead. So we have learn we just talked about how to sign learn. 79. Learn | Sign for LIKE: Here is the sign for like, okay, you just use one hand, your dominant hand, I'm right handed. So we're going to use our middle finger and our thumb. Okay. And those are what's going to touch our chest. So we're going to like this and then we're going to pull out. So if you could look from the top down, the hand motion would be like this. So a starts apart tip of the middle finger, tip of the thumb or touching the chest, just pull out. And as you pull out, the tip tips come together like from the side. Like like from the other side. Like like from the front again. Like Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position signed with me. Here we go. Like like like okay. So remember, just use your dominant hand, one hand, tip of the middle finger, tip of the thumb. Put them right here, lightly touching and then pull out. And as you pull out, bring the tip of the middle finger, tip of the thumb together. Like so the motion like this debt your chest, like okay. We just talked about how to sign like. 80. Learn | Sign for LITTLE: Here is the sign for little. Okay. We're going to use the same handshape are both hands him like this. So how do we do it? Fingers apart, put them together, dumps alongside. Now put the hands here, palms facing towards each other that kind of parallel start out a little bit and just come in little, little from the other side. From the front again. Little. Ok. Let's do it three times. Sign with me starting from the rest position. Here we go. Little, little. Little. Okay, so this sign also works for the words small miniatures, small size, little, right? Okay. Quick review. Hands like this, these are the hand shapes. Put them down here, start out a little bit where parallel with each other and then just come in. It's just a nice quick sign. You're not going to go slow like an accordion. You're just gonna go quick. Little. Okay, good, good. We just talked about how to sign Little. 81. Learn | Sign for LOVE: Here is the sign for love. This, give yourself a hug. Okay, the hand shapes are the same. We're going to use the letters S. So where you just say fist, how to make them, Well go like this took two fingers in, thumbs along front. So you have like, you know, you're boxing, Those are the fist. Okay. So when you do love, I'm right-handed. I'm gonna put my first-hand here, second one over the top. And we're just gonna do it at the same time. Love, like you're giving yourself a hug. Can you feel it? The love from the side, Love from the other side, Love from the front again, love. It's probably a good idea to have a pleasant expression on your face if you're like. It's given conflicting information. Alright, so let's practice some signing. Sign with me, sign with me. Let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, here we go. Love, love, love. Okay, so how do we do it? Just give yourself a hug basically. In the hand shapes are gonna be Ss we could say fists, Just one on top of the other. Right. Quick motion. Love. All right. We just talked about how to sign love. 84. Practice | Groups 4-6 Test: Okay, it's time to review groups four through six. Ok. So each group had ten words, ten signs, and we had three groups. You've just learned another 30 words and other 30 signs. Great. Okay, so test in review testing, right? So the first part, see the hand down there, you're going to sign. So you're going to watch and see whatever I put up there. And you're gonna sign, right? You can raise the timer or you can pause the video, take your time and sign as you go. Ok, let's do a quick example so you can see how it works. Here we go. Ok, so after the time result, I'll do the sign in this case it's half. So you can compare with me, compare your answer with mine. All right, so we're gonna go through all 30 words. It'll be random order. You're just going to see one at a time. That's the first part were used sign with the timer. The second part, we're going to have the little guy down there with classes in. There won't be a timer. I will be here. And you're going to watch me and I'm going to sign. So you're gonna be like, what do you do it? Well, it looks nice. Ah, got it, right. Shout out the answer. Okay, here we go. Let's do a little bit of practice. Here we go. Alright, so what did I sign? I signed. Good. All right. So that is a second part which I'll be signing. And of course, since it's testing, I'll have my glasses on. So first part, use sign what you see. Second part, you watch Me and you try to understand what I'm signing. Alright. Recovery in groups four through six. So groups 456. And those are the only signs that we're gonna be focusing on it this time, right? We're gonna go one-by-one random order and use sign and you try to understand, OK, let's jump in. 87. Explore | Group 7 Signs: Group seven signs. Okay, let's take a look at what you're going to learn. Man. Maybe meet mom more morning. Most my your name need. Okay. So we have a separate video for each sign and it needs video you're gonna learn in practice the sign after we get through that and we've learned all the signs, I'm going to test you. That's right. First, I'm going to test you to make sure you can sign the words that I show you. And then after that, I'm going to test you to make sure you can understand what I'm signing. Okay, so first let's jump in and learn these signs. Here we go. 88. Learn | Sign for MAN: This is the sign for man. Okay, pretty straightforward. Just going to use one hand, your dominant hand. So I'm right handed, so I use this one. This is the handshape, just the open hand fingers spread apart. Now we're going to use the tip of the thumb. We're gonna touch once on our forehead and once on our upper chest, right in bold here. So 12, which is main. Ok. So there is no pause in, in-between way, way down. No, it's a straightforward 12. So we have man from the side. Man. From the other side. Man. Okay, from the front again, man. Alright, let's sign together. There's two or three times starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Man. Man. Man. Alright, quick review. This is the handshape. Use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Going use the tip of the thumb, touch once on the forehead, once on the upper chest. That's it, man. Okay. We just talked about the sign for man. 89. Learn | Sign for MAYBE: Here is the sign for maybe. Okay, we are going to use both hands and use the same handshape are both hand. This is it. Ok, so if you start like this, tighten up your fingers, thumb alongside. Now we're going to put our hands boat here, one a little bit lower and the other one a little bit higher. And when we do this sign, we're going to move back and forth. They could play scales, the scales of justice or weights and measures you're like. And it fits right? Because you're undecided? Maybe. Okay. Do we have maybe from the sign maybe from the other side. May be from the front again, maybe. Alright. Let's sign together. Sign with me. Started the rest position. Let's sign three times. Here we go. Maybe. Maybe. Maybe. Oh, okay. My notice I kind of screw up my face a little bit because if we want to communicate, you know, we're undecided, maybe, maybe not, then we can put it in our face. If we're like a robot. You'll probably be understood. But to be understood even better is much more clear if you go like this. No. Put it in your face. Yeah. Okay. So once again, these are the hand shapes. Put them down here. One's higher than the other, the start, and then just go back and forth and in the facial expression and bring it home. Maybe. Okay. We just talked about the sine four, maybe. 90. Learn | Sign for MEET: This is the sign for meat. Okay, we're going to use both hands. This is the handshape to stick up your index finger, leave your thumbs alongside, okay, now turn them in so the palms are facing each other and just bring them together. And so when we end the knuckles are together and you're nice and a little spot here, right? Like two people and they are meeting agave. So we have meat from the side. Meat from the other side, meat from the front again, meet. Okay, so let's sign together starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. And meat. Meat. Meat. Okay. Quick review. Hand shapes, index fingers pointing up, leave the thumbs alongside their, now turn them in and bring them together because they're gonna meet. Okay. So we have meet. Good, good. We just talked about the sign for meat. 91. Learn | Sign for MOM: This is the sign for mom. Ok. Hand shape looks like this. Use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Okay, just leave your fingers spread apart. Here we go. We're going to use the tip of the thumb and we're just going to tap twice on our chin. Mom mom. Mom. From the other side. From the front again. Mom. Okay. So let's sign together starting from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Mom. Mom. Mom. Okay. So this is your hand-shaped is the open hand. Use the tip of the thumb, turn it in here, tap twice on your chin. Okay. We just talked about the sign for mom. 92. Learn | Sign for MORE: Here is the sign for more. Okay, we're going to use both hands. First, let's make the letters. Oh, okay. How do you make it? O? Well, star-like this fingers together bring the tips altogether and you have two O's, OK. Now take those O's, squish them down. Okay, so there are flattened O's and now we're just going to put her hands about here and just bring them together. So the tips you're gonna touch when the signs finished. More, more, more, more from the front. More. Ok. So sign with me. Let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. More, more, more. So hand-shaped star with some owes squishing down. Right now we bring the tips together more, more. Okay. We just talked about the sign for more. 93. Learn | Sign for MORNING: This is the sign for mourning. Okay, we're going to use both hands. The hand shape is the same lake there. Okay. So star like this bringing together thumbs alongside. So I'm right handed. So with my non-dominant hand, first I'm going to make a platform palm facing down. That same handshape right here. Okay. With my dominant hand, my right hand, I'm going to put it under so the tip of the platform, this hand is right in my inside of my elbow. Okay. Now I'm going to bring this up kind of like the sun coming up in the morning. Alright. So once again, you have your platform touching inside of the elbow morning. Morning from the side. Morning from the other side. Morning from the front again. Morning. Ok. So let's sign together starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Morning. Morning. Morning. So hand shapes like this non-dominant hand put it down here, palm face down, dominant hand slide underneath position at the opposite elbow, that inside part of the elbow and just bring it up. So we have morning. Okay. We just talked about the sign for morning. 94. Learn | Sign for MOST: This is the sign for most. Okay, we're going to use both hands. The hand shapes are the same. We're going to use the letter a. Okay, how do we make a like an alphabet ABC, we have eight. So take your hands like this, fingers together, bring them down. Now the thumbs will stay along the side, right here. Okay. So I'm right-handed with my left hand, my non-dominant hand. I'm gonna put that one here and this one's not going to be moving from my right hand. My dominant hand is going to move. So I'm starting lower, a little bit lower, and now I'm going to go up and end the boat here. So we have most in I'm lightly brushing the knuckles. Ok. So most most from assign most from the other side, most from the front. Most. Okay, let's sign together sine three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Most most most. Okay. Hand shapes are the same letters, a non-dominant hand, just leave it there. It's not going to move your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Put it here, bring it up, lightly brushed the knuckles in and about here. So we have most. Most Okay. Good, good. We just talked about the sign for most. 95. Learn | Signs for MY ~ YOUR: Here's how we assign my end, your OK. We're going to be using this open hand right here. So the fingers are together, thumb alongside, and wherever we're showing possession, whoever has it, we're just doing a single push in their direction. So if it's mine, my I'm coming into my actually touching my chest. If it's your money, your cat, your dog, whatever, your right to single push your So we have my you are from assign my your from the other side, my y4. And from the front again, my you're okay. Let's do some signing together. There's two or three times starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. My your My, your, My your. Okay. So to be more respectful, if I was talking to George over here and I suddenly start chatting with you as well. And I need to sign your, it's much more respectful of phi position my body, not only is it more respectful, you can see all of my hands in my face as I'm signing, right. So I would go like this. Your or if I need to show you that it's mine and I turned and I go mine. Okay. So the hand shape like this, fingers together thermo alongside and just push in the direction of whoever belongs to a but yours, your it is my mind. So it's my it also works for mine and your it also works for yours, right? If we're translating into English. So we have my and we have your. Okay. So you might be wondering, when the test comes in, this pops up, what do you need this sine? Well, just go like this. My Your that's it. Okay. We just talked about how to sign my end, your 96. Learn | Sign for NAME: Here is assigned for name. Okay, we're going to be using the letters you from the alphabet, right? So how do we make them start like this? Tighten up your fingers, put the Pinky's and the ring fingers down, talked to thumb in. That is a you don't spread them apart because that becomes a V. We need them like this. Okay, so split one here, I'm right handed my non-dominant hand. I'm gonna put it down here like that, and I'm gonna take the other one. I'm just going to double-tap on top. Right. We have name. Name from the side. From the other side. Name from the front again, name. Okay, so let's sign together. Let's do it three times from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Name. Name, name. Okay, I should also mention that when we're like this, these are actually Hs, alright? When you put it vertical and it points straight up their use, but when you turn them down, so leader H's, so, uh, you are h is just to you that's pointed horizontal or down. Okay. So we have name, right? Use them use or you could call them Hs. That's fine. Double-tap. That's it. Okay. We just talked about the sign for name. 97. Learn | Sign for NEED: Here's how we assign need. Okay, we're going to use a letter from the alphabet as the handshape. It's a letter x, alright, like x, y, z, x. So how do we make an x? Well, first use your dominant hand, okay, the one that you're most comfortable with. Now this is the X. How do we make it? Well, put these three fingers down, talk the thumb in. Now the finger's gonna hook down like Captain Hook. Alright, so we have an x. Now take that x, stick it right here. So the poem is facing straight forward and you just drop it down. You can say tilted forward. That's it. Need, need from assign, need from the other side. Need from the front again. Need. Alright, let's sign together three times, starting at rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. Here we go. Need, need, need. Ok. So this sign also works for Must, should and of course need. So remember we're going to make the letter X. How do we do it like this? Put these down domain, make a hook and make a hook, stick it here. Pompeii's in forward. Just drop it down. Tilted forward. Alright, that is need. Okay, we just talked about the sign for need. 100. Explore | Group 8 Signs: Okay, so we have group eight signs. Wonderful. Let's take a look at what we're going to be learning. Nice night. No, not now. Okay. Open our paper. People. Okay. So we have a separate video for each one and it needs video. We're going to learn the sign practices, sign and earn. Yes. After we've learned each sign, after we've watched each video, we're going to put them all together and I'm going to test you. I'm gonna make sure you can sign the words and also that you can understand me when I'm signing. Okay, first, let's learn the signs. Here we go. 101. Learn | Sign for NICE: Here is the sign for nice. Okay, we're going to use both hands and a hand shapes are the same for both hands. So we're going to go like this, right? These are the hand shapes. How do we make them? Well, start with open hand, tighten them up, fingers together, thumbs alongside. Okay. So I'm right-handed with my non-dominant hand, my left hand, I'm going to make a platform, right palm facing up this handshape right here. Now I'm gonna take the other ones seem handshape, but this one's palm facing down and I'm going to put it on top, just touching lightly and I'm going to slide forward. Alright, so altogether the sine looks like this. Nice. Nice from the side, nice from the other side. Nice from the front again, Gneiss. Okay, So let's sign together. Let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, signed with me. Here we go. Nice. Nice. Nice. Okay. So as an added bonus, I have this sign also means clean. So you're thinking, how will I know over means nice or ever means clean? Well, it's the context, right? If you see someone like they're cleaning up the room or something, they're like this. You're probably going to think that they're they mean clean, right? If we're meeting someone in, we're describing someone and we go like that. It could be nice, it could be cleaned, but we just need context, alright? So individual words by themselves don't give us much contexts, but it's still good to learn the signs. Okay, so for nice, It also means clean. Alright, so here we are going to be doing using it as nice. The hand shapes are like this. One down here, palm facing up, the other one here, started the back, slide forward. That's assigned for nice. Okay, good, good leaders talked about how to sign. Nice. 102. Learn | Sign for NIGHT: This is how we sign night. Okay. We're going to use both hands. I'm right handed, so my non-dominant hand, I'm going to make this handshape fingers together with Tom alongside. Now I'm gonna put it right here. Com facing down car-like the horizon, maybe with my right hand, my dominant hand. I'm gonna make this handshape, right? So we have the fingers together. Notice bend them down. Now I'm going to go like this, 12 on top of the hand that's facing down, right? So we have 12, which means night. Ok. So the part that's touching this is probably the bottom my hand the wrist area and we're just going to tap twice night from the sine night, from the other side. Night. Okay. So night, let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Night. Night. Night. Okay. So once again, we use both hands, your non-dominant hand make a nice platform here pretending it's the horizon. This one go like that and it's a cern and it is going down and we're just going to tap twice 12. So we have night. Okay. We just talked about how to sign night. 103. Learn | Sign for NO: Here's how we sign. No. Okay. Use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Someone use this hand. I'm gonna get rid of my pinky and my ring finger. Put these two fingers together and just have them come down in the tips are going to touch the tip of the thumb? No. No. From the sign? No. From the other side? No. From the front? No. Okay. Let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. No. No. No. Okay. So if you notice most of the time I was shaking my head because I want to show that it's negative of whatever you're asking for, whatever you're asking about. I want to let you know that no. No. Right. The opposite of yes. Ok. You may see sometimes people do it multiple times, alright? So it's similar to like spoken English. Sometimes you might just say no. Another time you might be like no, no. I said no, right? We repeat ourselves what you can do the same thing in American sign language if you need the late on thick tie, no, no way. You can do it multiple times. Put it in your face, right? If you're like, ha, it's not matching up. If we want to relate in there, put a really strong facial expression. So you may see a multiple times because they're trying to really get it across. No. Or you might just see a onetime No to be consistent in this class, in this course. When you see know when we're doing testing, I'm just gonna do it once. If you wanna do it, you really want to do it a couple times. That's up to you. I'll just be doing it once. No. Okay. So quick review. We're going to use our dominant hand. Get rid of the pinky ring finger, put these two fingers together, then them down and they touched the tip of the thumb? No. Okay. Sounds good. We just talked about the sign for no. 104. Learn | Sign for NOT: This is the sign for not. Okay, we're going to use our dominant hand. I'm right-handed and we're going to just make a thumbs-up sign. We can also say it's an a like this, curb them down, leave your thumb hanging out on the side and we're just going to use the tip of the thumb. Know that a is kinda tight on the side, you can just let it hang out. No worries. That tip is what we're going to use. We're going to stick it under our chin and just flick out. Not not from the side. Not other side. Not from the front again. Not not. Okay. So let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Not not not now this sign not as obviously negative. So you've probably seen me shaking my head ad in a facial expression, a head movement. And it just makes it more clear If I'm going like this, it's conflicting vibes are hot. So you can go like this, right? Depending on how strong the Situ situation is, just put it in your face. Could be irregular or it could be like OK. So once again, dominant hand, use your dominant hand. My dominant hand is my right hand. I'm going to make this shape when use the thumb to put it underneath the chin and pluck out. Adding the head movement to ensure that they know it's negative. And you have not. Okay. Good. We just talked about how to sign or not. 105. Learn | Sign for NOW: This is how we sign. Now. Ok, we're going to use both hands and you probably saw that this same handshape, right? So the hand shape is a letter y. Ok, so how do we make a y? Well, first start like this. Hands open fingers apart and I'll bring the middle three fingers, index, middle and ring finger down. Leave the pinky and the thumb sticking out and it's like, you know, hang loose. That is the letter y. Ok. Now take your y's, turn them around so the palms are facing in start-up mode here and just drop straight down. Now. Now from the side, now from the other side. Now from the front again. Now. Now. Okay, let's sign together. Let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Now. Now. Now. Okay, so you can put your facial expression whatever fits the situation. If you're just like regular, you know, okay, when now vis like even waiting in waiting we need to go now, right? So science is same, the emphasis with the body in the facial expression, we'll change to fit the context. Okay, so a quick review. We're going to be used in the letters. Why write like this? Those who are wise flipped them around palms facing in, stirred here, but mid height just drops straight down. Now. Now. Okay. We just talked about how to sign. Now. 106. Learn | Sign for OKAY: This is how you sign, okay? All right, so we're just going to use two letters of the alphabet. So if you already know the alphabet in American Sign Language, you're good to go. Here we go. We're just gonna use the o and we're going to use the K. Alright, so let's talk about how to make the, oh, well start like this, bringing us together. Now bend everything down to the tips. Rock coming together with the thumb and the fingers. And it even looks like an oh, it's an oh, there it is. So we have 00. Okay, so let's talk about the k. How do we do the K? Well, start like this. Get rid of your pinkie in your ring finger. Take your thumb, is going to be between the index finger and the middle finger, a little bit closer to the middle finger, actually pressing against the middle finger. That's how I do it. Alright, so that is a k, right? If the thumb is over here and the fingers are up straight, that's a V. We don't need a v. It's not o v, It's okay. Right. So they Tom is going to be here in the middle of the fingers pressing against the side of the middle finger. Alright, if we rotate a little bit, all right, we can see that my my middle finger's leaning forward a little bit. That's just how my hand does it. But you can definitely see my thumb is not in front here and they're not straight up like Bonnie years, right? That's B. So we need a K. There is a k, a k. Let's make the K a few times k, k. All right, so we have k. So let's do it together. We go, we have o and we have k. So together, because it's just a nice quick sign. We're just gonna go okay. From the side. Okay. From the other side. Okay. Alright, let's do it together from the front. And let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. There we go. Okay. Okay. Okay. Alright. So this is very common. You'll see this a lot. I would urge you to practise and it just becomes more fluid. Get those letters out there. Okay. Okay. So let's review how to make an O pretty straightforward fingers together, put all the tips together with the thumb. It's a know it even looks like oh, okay, the case a little bit more challenging but not impossible. So we put the pinky and the ring finger down, put the thumb inbetween, pressing against the middle finger. Alright, that is a k. So remember if the thumbs in the front, what is that? It's a V for victory, right? We don't want to V right now we want to K, alright, so there is a k. So together we have O K and uses gonna be nice and quick, okay? Okay. So when we're doing testing later and you see this pop-up, just go like this. Okay. All right. We just talked about how to sign. Okay. 107. Learn | Sign for OPEN: Here is the sign for open. Okay? The hand shapes are going to be the same for both hands, are going to be the letters B half, like an alphabet, a, B, C. So how do we make b's? Well, star-like this, fingers come together, thumbs in front. Okay, so that is a B. Alright, so pretend we have two sides of a door and the doors closed and we're going to be sign-in open. So we're going to just open the doors or we can say it's a window. I don't know. Whatever your imagination fits. Open. Open. From the side. Open. From the other side. Open. Open. Okay, let's sign together. Let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Open. Open. Open. Ok. So the hand shapes are the same, are going to be used in the letters B. Put them down here like they're closed, they're closed doors, closed windows are closed seller doors like on farm houses, like in Wizard of Oz, right when they go down in the cellar for tornadoes, those seller doors. Now we're just gonna go open and that's assigned for open. Okay, good, good. We just talked about how to sign open. 108. Learn | Sign for OUR: Here is how we sign our ok. We have the possessive pronoun and with all possessive pronouns, hers, his, Yours, stuff like that. The hand shape is the same. It's like this is what's called the open B. Now if you're familiar with the alphabet a, b, c, a b, like this. Some people seem to be like this with the thumb on the outside, and that's called the open B. Now this hand shape is very, very common in sign language. Ok, so this is what we use for possessive pronouns. Same thing with our, okay, so what we're gonna do is go like this. Start here, go over to the other side. Alright, so I'm right handed, so I'm gonna start over here using my right hand and my right side, and I just curb in front. So we start here touching the thumb curve over, touching the bottom, the base of the hand. Our our. Now you notice that the hand, it's a little bit difficult to keep it exactly rigid, Right? So it's very common to just curve it a bit. Go on like that. Some people, they seemed really copied. Our other people that are a little bit more open. But either way the hand shapes like that and just kinda curves a little bit. Our from the sign, our, from the other side, our from the front. Our Ok. So let's sign together three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Our, our, our. So here we go. This is the handshape for possessive pronouns in our is a possessive pronoun. Like this, fingers together, thumb along side is called the open be case. You're curious. All right, so we're starting over here. Go over to the other side. Our, Remember if your hand curbs, uh, bidded cups, that's fine. It's just more comfortable that way and that's how many people sign it. Our okay. If you're a lefty, go from the other side. Started hand shape over here, bring it over. Our so I'm right-handed saga like this hour. Okay. Good. Good. We just talked about how to sign our 109. Learn | Sign for PAPER: Here is assigned for paper. Okay, we're going to use both hands and the hand shapes are the same. Just can use a loose hand, right? We don't have to tighten it up and we have to do anything. Just loose. All right. Take your non-dominant hand so I'm right-handed. My non-dominant hand. I'm gonna put it down here. Just a loose hand, palm facing up. Now the other one, I'm gonna take the palm, the bottom of the palm here, bottom part of the hand. I'm going to bump twice on the other poem. Alright, so this one's down, this one's up. 12 paper, paper from the side, paper from the other side. Paper from the front again. Paper. If your hands make like a smacking sound, that's fine. No worries. Paper. Okay. So let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, signed with me. Here we go. Paper. Paper. Paper. Okay. Hand shapes just lose hands flat but loose. One down here, one on the top, use the bottom, the poems a BAD base of the hand, I guess we could say in bounds twice paper, paper. And it's a pretty quick motion is now like bounds spouts, which is quick paper. Okay? We just talked about how to sign paper. 110. Learn | Sign for PEOPLE: Here's how we can sign people. Okay, let's talk about hand shapes. Probably notice the hand shapes are the same for both hands. Okay, we're going to be using the letters p, p For people. Okay, so this is the letter P. How do we make a p? Well, star-like this, erosive your pinkie ring finger. Now we're gonna take our thumb and we're gonna put it in between our index finger and middle finger. We're going to actually press against the side of the middle finger. If we stop right there, this is the letter K in the alphabet k, but we need a p. So basically all we're gonna do is take a k and flip it down. Alright, so now the middle fingers pointing straight down. So let's do it again. Let's make the K, flip it down to make the p. Here we go. There we go. That's a p. So when I sign a P, I go like this. P. Once again, let's do it. P, p. So that is the hand shapes we need. That shape are both hands. Let's do it. Right? So those are a k's, flip them down, that's a p. So p, So we have peace. And now to make the sign for people, we're gonna pretend that we're pedaling a bicycle. Though it looks like this. People from the side. People from the other side. People from the front again, people. Okay. Let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. People. People. People. Okay, interesting about this sign for people. Some people do it backwards, like their pedaling backwards people. Some people just do it up and down. Depending on where your local Deaf community is, I would sign unlike them. So in this course to be consistent, we're going to assign people with the forward bicycle motion. Right hand shapes are still the letters p and just rotate forward. So they're not going together. Say riding a bicycle, one foot goes forward, right? People. Okay, so remember the hand shapes are the letters P. All right, we're going to go like that. Let me down that is the P. Alright, so we have the sign for people. 113. Explore | Group 9 Signs: Group nine signs. Okay, let's see what we are going to learn. Picture play, please. Problem. Reid said, same school. See sentence. Okay. You know, uh, we got a video, a separate video per each sign. And in that video, we're going to learn the sign practices sign and get you to master it? Yes. After we've gone through all the signs, all the videos for the signs, we're going to put them all together and I'm going to test you. We need to make sure you can sign what you see that you are able to put it in your brain. Aha, I can sign it, but also you need to be able to understand it when someone's signing it to you. Okay, let's jump in and let's learn these signs. 114. Learn | Sign for PICTURE: Here is the sign for picture. Okay. We're going to use both hands with your non-dominant hands for I'm right-handed with my non-dominant hand lefty. I'm going to go like this. Right fingers together, thumb alongside. Now have that handshape. I'm gonna put it right here. So the palms facing out that way, we'll just leave it there for a moment with your dominant hand. So I'm right-handed. We're going to make the letters C. How do we make the letter C? Well, go like this. Ringers together, curve it down and it looks like a C. Ok. Now take the inside part of the sea and we're going to tap once on our cheek and once on our hand, on the inside part of our hand. So we have picture picture from the side, picture, from the other side picture. Okay, the front again picture. Alright, let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Picture. Picture. Picture. Okay. So two different hand shapes, ones like this, glad hand ticking right there. The other one is the letter C. Tap once on your cheek, once on the inside part of the hand picture. Picture. Okay. We just talked about how to sign picture. 115. Learn | Sign for PLAY: Here is the sign for play. Okay, we're going to use the same hand shapes and we're just going to be twisting back and forth. Now the hand shapes are the letters. Why? Aha, how to make wise? Well star-like this fingers apart, the middle three fingers, index, middle ring finger, bring him down. Okay. So we are the pink. Isn't the thumb sticking out? Like hang loose, man, right, those are wise. Now take those y's put them about here, and we're just going to rotate. We can say swivel twist and just do play. Play. Maybe have a nice look on your face cuz when kids are playing, they're pretty happy. Play from the side, play, from the other side, play right from the front again. Play. Alright, let's do it together. Signed together three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Play. Play. Play. Okay, use both hands. Hand shapes are the same. We're going to use the letter Y. And we have our y's, put them abroad here and just twist play. Okay, we just talked about the sign for play. 116. Learn | Sign for PLEASE: Here is assigned for please. Okay. You just use your dominant hand on right-handed. So I'll use this guy. We're going to make this handshape right here. So we start like this brings together thumb alongside. Now take the inside part, put it on your chest to slightly rewrite to press like crazy. Put it here and just do a couple of circles. Alright, please, from the side. Please. From the other side, please. From the front again, please. Alright. Now I suppose you don't actually have to make contacts as long as you get close enough for me when I do it, it just feels natural to make contact is lightly brush here, please. Alright, so let's sign it together, starting from the rest position as do it three times. Sign with me. Here we go. Please. Please. Please. Okay. So how many circles you Do? I wouldn't say there's an exact number due a few now depending on the context in which it's like oh, please, can you help me out please? Now if you're like begging, please, please, please, please, please. You might put it on your face. Buy off, please. Please. You just keep going until you either get the result you want or you're satisfied with stopping. I don't know, please. Okay. So this is the handshape right here. But fingers together thermo alongside, put it about at your chest and just do a few circles, please. Okay. We just talked about how to sign, Please. 117. Learn | Sign for PROBLEM: Here is assigned for problem. Okay, we're going to use both hands and the hand shapes are the same. We're just going to be rotating. Okay? So this is the handshape, right? So how do we make it? Well, we start like this, ring finger or pinky down, put your thumb in. Now we have like the v's, right, like an alphabet, the letters v. Now take those and bend them down, right? So they look like this, kinda like the bunny years went way down here. Now we are going to point them in towards each other. And we're going to have the knuckles that the player part of the fingers come together and soon ego one. Then we're gonna twist and due to, Alright, so we have 12, right? Hence hips again go like this. At the v's, bend them forward. Here we go carbon down. Now we go 12, right? So we're rotating from the side. 12 problem, problem, from the other side. Problem, from the front again. Problem. Alright, I'll go nice and slow as do it. Right? So we have the knuckles coming together and then we do it again twist and they come together again. Problem. Okay, so let's do it three times in the rest position, signed together, sign with me. Here we go. Problem. Problem. Problem. Okay, good, good. Hand shapes, once again are like the bunny ears that are curved over like that. We have the B's curve and over, bring him down and go 12 and just rotate in-between. Problem. Problem. Okay, good. We just talked about how to sign problem. 118. Learn | Sign for READ: Here is the sign for read. Okay, we're going to use both hands. I'm right handed, so with my non-dominant hand, I'm gonna make this handshape fingers apart, bring them together, thermo alongside. Now put it down here. It's a platform. We could just say it's a book, magazine, piece of paper, something that you're reading okay, with your dominant hand. So I'm right-handed. I'll use this one. We're going to make the letter v hat. How do we make a V? Well, go like this. Pinky ring finger down, thumb in front on top of the ring finger, and leave these two up. It's just a peace sign. Peace. Aha. Now we are going to use that kind of like we're scanning something and we're just going to wave a couple of times over the document, right? Read read. At the same time we can look down like we're pretending to read you wouldn't be like really run the side. Read from the other side. Read from the front. Read. Okay, so let's do it three times. Signing together, start from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Read. Read. Read. Okay. How many times did you scan? A few once or twice. It's fine. You can just go down and up and down if you want, that's fine. So I remember the hand shapes, one like this, that's your book, whatever you are reading. The other one is the V. We can say the peace sign and just scan. And while you're scanning, look at it. Because you are reading. Alright, so read, we just talked about how to sign. Read. 119. Learn | Sign for SAD: Here is the sign poor said. Okay, the hand shapes are like this to this open hands, kind of curved a little bit just like that. Now we're going to put them here, both midway up our phase. And we're just going to go down. And as we're going down, we put on a sad face. We show our displeasure. Sad. Said From the sign, said from the other side, said from the front again. Okay. Let's do a three time starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Said, okay, put it in your face. It's important. You can just overemphasize if needed. But if you don't do it and you're just like, you'd probably be understood, but it's much clearer and easier to understand if you go like this. Ok, so the hand shapes open hands kind of bent in just a little bit, put them about here and just go down. And when you go down, put in that puppy dog face, said, okay, we just talked about how to sign sad. 120. Learn | Sign for SAME: Here is the sign pour. Same. Okay. Disuse your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I'm used this guy right here. We're going to make the letter y. That is the handshape. Why? How do you make a y? Well, start like this with open hand. Put the middle three fingers down, leave the pinkie in the thumb there. That's what we have, that's our handshake. Now what we're gonna do is go side to side. Same. Same from the same, from the other side. Same from the front. Same. Ok. So sign with me. Let's do from the rest position three times. Here we go. Same. Okay, something important. The word the sign per same is what we call a directional sign. Okay, so we're just going back and forth between the two things we're comparing. Alright, we have a shirt over here, our shirt over here. And we say that this same psych we're bouncing back and forth between the two items. Okay. Let's say you and I have something in common. We both have a flat tire or we just both won the lottery. We could go like this. Same right handshape. Got that. Y. We're just bouncing back in between the two things we're comparing. We're comparing You and I, we both have a flat tire, so same same right over here, same bits over there. Same. So it's a directional sign, okay? So the handshape is the letter y. That's how we make the y, right? And then just go back and forth between whatever you're comparing, they're the same, they're identical, whatever same. So in this course, when we get to testing and same pops up, what suits you sign? Well, I'll just go like this. That's all I'm gonna do. Same, this. Keep in the back your mind when you're actually using the sign, it could be a directional signs. So at points wherever it's comparing okay. For testing purposes, just go like this. Same. Okay? We just talked about how to sine same. 121. Learn | Sign for SCHOOL: Here's how you sign school. Okay. Hand shapes like this. Just bled hands loose. Alright. Like that. So I'm right-handed. My non-dominant hand, I'm gonna put down here, remember the hand shapes? One here, palm facing up. Just leave it there with my right hand. That's my dominant hand. I'm going to tap twice on top. School. School. Now the bottom hand is just providing resistance. It's not really moving. The top one is the one that does all the action. School from the side School. From the other side school, right from the front again School. Okay. Let's do it three times in the rest position. Sign with me. Okay. School. Okay. Probably here, the clapping sound. That's fine. No problem. If you wanna go softer and not be so loud that spine to, okay, so something important, this is school. Alright, there's a similar sign. It has the same hand shapes but goes in a different direction. And I'm trying to explain them so you don't get them complicated. Okay. Here we go. Are confused how that's sort we have school and we have paper. Alright, so the hand ship to the same school goes straight up and down and paper bounces to the sign. Alright, paper. Paper from the side you can compare. This is school, school. This is paper. All right, so you see the movement, how paper goes to the sign when we're assigning school, we don't want the movement, we just want straight up and down school. School. Okay, so once again, preschool, hand shapes like this. Just lose hands flat, one down here, top one, bounce twice, tap twice. All right, that is school. Alright, wonderful. We just talked about how design school. 122. Learn | Sign for SEE: Here is the sign for C. Okay? The hand shape is the letter V. Just use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. How do make a V star like this? Pinky ring finger down thumb come over and stay on top of the ring finger there. Notice leave the index in the middle fingers. They clean up. It's just a peace sign man, right? So we have v. Now flip it around, take the tip of the middle finger and just start here on the side of your nose, off to the side of your nose is touch lightly on your face. Now just go out. See like our eyes are seeing something from the side, C, from the other side. See from the front again C. Alright, let's sign together three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. C. C. C. All right. When I do it, I lightly touch on my face. You don't have you don't have to be wanna get close. Just as long as it's close enough to see that that's what the sign we're signing when p like way over here doing something, just get close or lightly touch. See. Once again, the hand shape is letter V, or you could say peace man, turn it around. Tip of the finger, tip of the middle finger alongside close to your nose is up to the side. Lightly touch or get close, and then just come out c. C. Alright, we just talked about how to sign. See. 123. Learn | Sign for SENTENCE: This is assigned port sentence. Okay, we're going to use the same hand. Shapes are both hands. They are the shape of the letter F, ma, like in the alphabet E, F, G, F. How to make an F? Well, start like this. Just use your thumb and your index finger tips together. And those are apps. Now tilt them forward so the flyer parts up here start together with the tips right here touching. And now we're just gonna make wavy motions as we pull out a sentence. Sentence from the side, sentence, from the other side, sentence, from the front again. Sentence. Okay, so let's do it three times in the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Sentence. Okay, so once again, same hand shapes going to be the letters F, like this. Flip them forward, have them touch, and now just make wavy motions as you pull out. Sentence. Sentence. Okay. We just talked about how to sign sentence. 126. Practice | Groups 7 9 Test: Okay, so you've learned another 30 signs. All right. So we're gonna do review for sections 789, okay, so 30 words, random order one at a time. The first part, see the hand you're going to assign race the timer. Alright, so let's do a quick little practice test. See how it works. Here we go. Ok, so after the timer's up, all sign it and you compare your answers with mine. Alright, so that is the first part with the hand down there. In the second part, you're gonna see that guy over there and we're not going to have the timer, but you'll have me and I will be signing. So I'm going to sign and you're gonna be like a ha he's doing something kinda permit a half. So shouted out when you understand what I'm signing. Right. So let's take a look. Here we go. What am I signing? I'm only gonna do a one time. So what did I sign? If you need to rewind the video, that's fine. Okay. So I signed read. Read. Okay. So remember, first part, you sign, see the hand use sine raised the timer. Second part, C, the guy down there, you watch me. And just like the guy down there during testing, the testing, I'm going to be quiet. Alright, let's do it. 129. Explore | Group 10 Signs: Oh, boys, group ten signs. Let's take a look at what you're going to learn. Share. Sit, sleep. Sometimes, soon. Sorry. Stop. Student. Take talk. Okay. We have a separate video or separate lesson per each sign, okay. In that lesson, you're going to learn how to sign it and we're gonna do some practice, alright, when we've made it through the whole list, we're going to put them all together and there'll be some testing and review, right? We need to make sure you can sign when the idea pops in your head or when you see it on the screen, you can sign it, but also that you can understand the signs when there's sign to you. Alright, let's jump in and let's learn these signs. Here we go. 130. Learn | Sign for SHARE: This is the sign for share. Okay, we're going to use both hands and the hand shape is this same. Here we go. Let's it. So you have open hand, tighten them up or just leave the thumbs hanging out there. Okay. So I'm right-handed. I'm going to start with my non-dominant hand, this one, and put this one right here. Ok, so the palms facing in, then we have that handshape, OK. Now with the other ones seem handshape. We're gonna use this part the bottom of the hand and we're going to go 12. Alright, so we're making contact, we're just going to come in and out. So making contact with the rich part, bottom part one, two, so together that is share. Share from the other side, share from the front again, share. Okay, let's do it three times. Sign with me. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Share, share, share. Okay, once again, these are the hand shapes right here, one down here, palm facing in the other one. We're going to use this part. We're gonna rub on the top, the ridge of the hand that's down there. Okay. Share chair. All right. We just talked about the sign for share. 131. Learn | Sign for SIT: Here is a sign pour sit. Okay, we're going to use both hands. And the hand shapes are the letters U in the alphabet, u, v, w, right? You, so how do we make use? Well, go like this. Get rid of the pinky ring finger, put these two fingers together, put the thumb in front on top of the ring finger. Alright, so those are use makes sure they're close because if you open them up, they are V is right. We don't want bees, we want US. Okay. So I'm right-handed with my non-dominant hand. I'm going to put that one right here, palm facing down the US, just pointing straight out. Now with my other you I'm gonna pretend these like our legs and this is the platform, the bench, whatever. And we're gonna sit, right. So when you put this you over the tips or curving down, alright, so we have Sit, sit all right, from the side. Sit from the other side. Sit from the front again. Sit. Alright, let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. There we go. Sit. Sit. Sit. Okay. Once again, same hand shapes are both hands. We have the letters you like this, these fingers down together and Thompson prime, alright, one down here, that's our bench. Now these are legs that are gonna curl over the bench and we have sit. All right. We just talked about how to sign sit. 132. Learn | Sign for SLEEP: Here is the sign for sleep. Okay, this use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Now we're going to start like this. Going to be in front of our face, kinda like it's a muzzle right now we're just going to dry down. And as we dry it down, we close our eyes like word not innocuous, sleep, sleep. Sleep from the side. Sleep. Other side. Sleep from the front again. Sleep. Okay, let's do it together three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Sleep, sleep. Sleep. Okay. So this is the handshape, kinda like you're gonna catch something or we could say it's like a muzzle you're putting on your face, put it about here, and just bring it down. And as you're bringing it down, bring the tips of the fingers together. Sleep. Alright, so something practical here. If you're driving down the road and you need to sign sleep, it may not be prudent to close your eyes, right? Not a big deal. Just go like that. Still be understood. Now we can say technically the full sine is to go and close your eyes, but life happens. Soap, it's not practical. Practical of the close your eyes. Don't just go like this. Sleep. All right, there is another sign which is similar but a different word. The word for Wolf, the sign for wolf, like the animal that runs through the woods, right? The wolf that is like this Wolf. Wolf, you can see the difference from the side. Wolf. Alright, so similar but wolf goes out, wolf and we need sleep. Sleep. Alright, so when you're signing sleep, don't go out because that is wolf. Go down, sleep. Sleep. Okay. Alright, we just talked about how to sign sleep. 133. Learn | Sign for SOMETIMES: Here is the sign for sometimes. Okay. We're going to use both hands. I'm right-handed, that's my dominant hands. With my non-dominant hand, I'm gonna make this handshape, right fingers together, thermo alongside, put it here, palm facing up. That's our platform. With my right hand, my dominant hand, I'm going to stick with my index finger. I'm going uses side of the finger and I'm going to touch twice on my palm here, my open hand okay. At the same time is going to be a circular motion and back up to the middle. So altogether we have, sometimes you're going to see it's a forward circular motion. Ie current comes up to the side and then back up a little bit. So it's not perfectly straight up. It's not like this. It's more like this. Okay. So once again, sometimes, sometimes, sometimes I'll try to go slow. Sometimes. Alright. So we have that circular motion on backup. Sometimes from the other side, sometimes. Sometimes. All right. From the front again here we'll sometimes, sometimes. Alright, so let's sign together. Let's do a three time starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Sometimes. Sometimes. Sometimes. Okay. So remember both hands, non-dominant hand mic that platform, sticky right there. Your dominant hand? I'm right-handed, index finger. I use this side of the finger. We're going to come in touch twice while doing that lop-sided forward circle. Alright, so sometimes, sometimes. Sometimes. Okay, we just talked about how to sign. Sometimes. 134. Learn | Sign for SOON: This is how we assign soon. Okay, we're going to use both hands and the hand shapes are the same, the going to be the letters you. Alright, so how do we make a u? Well start like this. Get rid of your pinkie ring finger, put the index in the middle finger together, wrap around your thumb in front sorts on top of the ring finger. Aha, we have use, don't separate that the V We want US. All right. So I'm right-handed with my non-dominant hand. I'm going to put that first you right here. And I'm gonna take this other you with my dominant hand. I'm going to put it on top. It's going to be at the end, towards the end. And now we're just gonna go back and forth a couple times soon. Alright, to short little movements were not gone way around. It's a short little soon, soon, soon. Soon. From the side. Soon. From the other side. Soon. From the front again. Soon. Okay. So let's do it three times, starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Soon, Soon. Soon. So I just think, you know, it's a short amount of time that has to pass and then soon something will happen. Soon, soon. All right, we're going to use the hand shapes you, alright, so put one down there, the other one on top or making connection, we're touching, we're robbing a little bit, a little bit of friction there soon. Okay. We just talked about how to sign soon. 135. Learn | Sign for SORRY: This is this sine four, sorry. Okay, use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. I'm going to make the letter a like an alphabet. A. How do we make an a? Well start like this. Fingers together, curbed them down and just put your thumb alongside a ha it's an a note. Take that a, we're going to turn the palm in and put it about the at the center of our chest. Now we're just gonna do a few circular movements. Sorry. Sorry. From the side, sorry. From the other side. Sorry. From the front again. Sorry. Alright. I'm lightly making contact with my chest. You can probably back off a little bit just as long as you're close enough and it's clear that you're making the sign. Sorry. Alright, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. You've probably learned by now that American Sign Language relies heavily on facial expressions. So if I'm a robot and I go like this, they'll probably understand. But imagine if I put more human, human aspect into it. I'm like, right, let this situation dictate if you really just did something that disruptive someone's life and you're like, I'm so sorry, I put it in your face. If it's a small little thing you bumped into someone in the crowd or whatever. It's not a huge deal or, sorry, right? But add something in your phrase to help better give a visual representation of how you feel about the situation, right? Sometimes when we were a kid and were forced to say, sorry, you are right. So the most insist same and the facial expressions explained it all your same, sorry. But you're not really sorry. So let your face to help you provide clear communication. Alright, I'll be an appeal. So pair, sorry. Okay, once again, use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Make the letter a, use the inside part and we're just gonna do a few circles in the center of our chest, sorry. Add in a facial expression, very important to complete the sign. Make it clear what you're trying to communicate. Sorry. Okay. We just talked about how to sign. Sorry. 136. Learn | Sign for STOP: This is the sign for stock. Okay, hand shapes are going to be the same for both hands. Like this. How do you make them? Well, fingers together, thumbs alongside, clad in tight. Okay. So I'm right-handed with my non-dominant hand them and take that first one. Put it down here. It's my platform palm facing up. Now the other one is kind of like a chop, right? We're gonna go stop. One fluid. Solid motion. Stop. Stop. Stop. From the other side. Stuck from the front again. Stop. Okay. So let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Stop. Stop. Stop. Okay. So these are the hand shapes, one down there. Go like that. Like you're just doing a quick chopping motion. Stop. Now, your face is going to add a lot to this sign in the situation will dictate how you wanna communicate, right? If it's just something silly, someone kind of bugged you and you're like, oh stop, right? Or if it's like really pissing you off when you stop, stop. Let's do face help you be more expressive and provide clear communication. Okay. So we just talked about how to sign, stop. 137. Learn | Sign for STUDENT: Here's how you sign, Student. Okay, it's a combination of signs. We're going to have to learn and we're gonna have person. So together, learn person is Student. So first for learn with your non-dominant hand, make this handshape. Put a platform down there. Now I'm right-handed. I'm gonna use the tips of my fingers. Pretend like there's duster sand or something and you're trying to scrunch, picks them up, all the tips of your fingers come together. Notice put it in your brain. Alright, learn, learn from the side. Learn, other side. Learn. Okay, so we have learned that's the first part. Remember, student is learned person. Alright? So this is the sign for person, person. The hand shapes are the same like this. Now we're just going to make the sides of a BOX start up a little bit and just drop straight down, right? That is person. It also works like the agent, the person who's doing the action right person. Okay, from the side person, from the other side person. Okay, so let's put it together. Remember student is learn person, in other words, student. Okay, so let's do it a few times. Sine with me. We're going to start from the rest position and do it three times. Here we go. Student, student, student. Ok, so a quick review. Remember student actually is the combination of the signs, learn and person. Now you don't have to pause in the middle, just do one and then do the other. Alright. Student. Student. Okay, from the side. Student, from the other side student. All right, you see how the two scientists kinda blow into one. Alright, how would be more awkward if I stopped here and then did it, right? So do it altogether. And then we have student literally learn person. Okay, good, good. We just talked about how to sign Student. 138. Learn | Sign for TAKE: Here is the sign for take. Well, that's about as straight forward as it gets right. So just use your dominant hand. I'm right-handed. Now, pretend something's out there, you grab it and you take it from the side. From the other side. Okay. So the hands open at the beginning, pull it in and make a fist. Now you grab something. Take okay, let's do it three times. Starting from the rest position, sign with me. Here we go. Take take. Take. Okay. Disused your dominant hand. I'm right-handed, stretched out there a bit open, loose hand, grab something imaginary and pull it in. So w