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ASL | I Love Food + Dialogues | American Sign Language

Able Lingo ASL, American Sign Language (ASL)

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83 Lessons (3h 22m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      1:20
    • 2. Explore | Group 1 Vocab

      0:34
    • 3. Learn | Sign for BREAKFAST

      2:05
    • 4. Learn | Sign for LUNCH

      1:29
    • 5. Learn | Sign for DINNER

      1:46
    • 6. Learn | Sign for BACON

      1:23
    • 7. Learn | Sign for BEANS

      1:25
    • 8. Learn | Sign for BUTTER

      1:17
    • 9. Learn | Sign for CANDY

      1:31
    • 10. Learn | Sign for CARROT

      1:02
    • 11. Learn | Sign for CHEESE

      1:17
    • 12. Learn | Sign for COCONUT

      1:10
    • 13. Practice | Test Format

      2:11
    • 14. Sign | Group 1 Vocab ⏲ 4s

      3:11
    • 15. Understand | Group 1 Vocab

      2:45
    • 16. Explore | Group 2 Words

      0:30
    • 17. Learn | Sign for COFFEE

      1:13
    • 18. Learn | Sign for CORN

      1:33
    • 19. Learn | Sign for EGGS

      1:28
    • 20. Learn | Sign for FOOD

      1:16
    • 21. Learn | Sign for FRUIT

      1:17
    • 22. Learn | Sign for HAMBURGER

      1:11
    • 23. Learn | Sign for ICE CREAM

      1:22
    • 24. Learn | Sign for JUICE

      1:19
    • 25. Learn | Sign for MILKSHAKE

      1:28
    • 26. Learn | Sign for ONION

      2:06
    • 27. Sign | Group 2 Vocab ⏲ 4s

      2:57
    • 28. Understand | Group 2 Vocab

      2:23
    • 29. Practice | Test Format

      1:44
    • 30. Sign | Groups 1-2 Vocab ⏲ 4s

      5:55
    • 31. Understand | Groups 1-2 Vocab

      4:25
    • 32. Explore | Group 3 Words

      0:32
    • 33. Learn | Sign for ORANGE

      1:06
    • 34. Learn | Sign for PANCAKES

      1:12
    • 35. Learn | Sign for PASTA

      1:23
    • 36. Learn | Sign for PEAR

      1:10
    • 37. Learn | Sign for PEPPER

      1:16
    • 38. Learn | Sign for PINEAPPLE

      1:30
    • 39. Learn | Sign for PIZZA

      2:06
    • 40. Learn | Sign for POPCORN

      0:49
    • 41. Learn | Sign for PORK

      1:45
    • 42. Learn | Sign for PRETZEL

      1:15
    • 43. Sign | Group 3 Vocab ⏲ 4s

      3:14
    • 44. Understand | Group 3 Vocab

      2:26
    • 45. Explore | Group 4 Words

      0:32
    • 46. Learn | Sign for SALAD

      1:12
    • 47. Learn | Sign for SALT

      2:03
    • 48. Learn | Sign for SAUSAGE

      1:00
    • 49. Learn | Sign for SMOOTHIE

      1:48
    • 50. Learn | Sign for SODA

      1:28
    • 51. Learn | Sign for SOUP

      1:31
    • 52. Learn | Sign for SOUR CREAM

      1:42
    • 53. Learn | Sign for STRAWBERRY

      0:58
    • 54. Learn | Sign for TEA

      1:23
    • 55. Learn | Sign for WATER

      1:11
    • 56. Sign | Group 4 Vocab ⏲ 4s

      3:01
    • 57. Understand | Group 4 Vocab

      2:11
    • 58. Practice | Groups 3-4 Test Format

      1:24
    • 59. Sign | Groups 3 4 Vocab ⏲ 4s

      5:05
    • 60. Understand | Groups 3 4 Vocab

      3:40
    • 61. Practice | ALL Food Test Format

      2:46
    • 62. Sign | ALL Food Vocab ⏲ 7s

      7:36
    • 63. Understand | ALL Food Vocab

      6:08
    • 64. Explore | ASL Verbs

      0:18
    • 65. Learn | Sign for EAT

      1:23
    • 66. Learn | Sign for DRINK

      0:50
    • 67. Learn | Sign for HATE

      1:14
    • 68. Learn | Sign for LOVE

      1:07
    • 69. Learn | Sign for WANT

      1:01
    • 70. Sign | ASL Verbs ⏲ 4s

      2:44
    • 71. Learn | ASL Pronouns

      12:21
    • 72. Review | ASL Pronouns

      3:51
    • 73. Explore | ASL Sentences

      10:28
    • 74. Sign | ASL Sentences ⏲ 7s

      4:15
    • 75. Understand | ASL Sentences

      3:52
    • 76. Explore | ASL Questions

      7:10
    • 77. Sign | ASL Questions ⏲ 7s

      4:31
    • 78. Understand | ASL Questions

      2:56
    • 79. Learn | Signs for YES, NO, MAYBE

      4:07
    • 80. Explore | ASL Dialogues

      4:28
    • 81. Sign | ASL Dialogues ⏲ 12s

      6:59
    • 82. Understand | ASL Dialogues

      5:03
    • 83. Conclusion & Thank You

      0:19

About This Class

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IN THIS COURSE, we’re going to learn a LOT of food vocabulary in American Sign Language (ASL). After we learn food vocabulary, we’ll explore verbs and pronouns. Once we’ve mastered vocabulary, verbs, and pronouns, we can put the puzzle pieces together and create sentences, questions, and dialogues. As always, there will be ongoing review to test your signing ability and recognition skills.

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

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IN THIS COURSE:

  • Students will learn forty (40) essential food vocabulary signs in ASL
  • Group 1 words: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER, BACON, BEANS, BUTTER, CANDY, CARROT, CHEESE, COCONUT
  • Group 2 words: COFFEE, CORN, EGGS, FOOD, FRUIT, HAMBURGER, ICE CREAM, JUICE, MILKSHAKE, ONION
  • Group 3 words: ORANGE, PANCAKES, PASTA, PEAR, PEPPER, PINEAPPLE, PIZZA, POPCORN, PORK, PRETZEL
  • Group 4 words: SALAD, SALT, SAUSAGE, SMOOTHIE, SODA, SOUP, SOUR CREAM, STRAWBERRY, TEA, WATER
  • Students will learn to sign personal and possessive pronouns in ASL
  • Students will learn to combine vocabulary, pronouns, and verbs to create sentences, questions, and dialogues
  • Students will learn the correct facial expressions and head movements to communicate questions
  • Students will race a timer as they sign vocabulary words, sentences, and questions
  • Each individual sign will be taught step by step to ensure comprehension, correct hand shape, and hand position
  • Students will be tested on their ability to sign and recognize ALL material taught in the course

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AFTER TAKING THIS COURSE:

  • Students will know how to sign and understand forty (40) ASL food vocabulary words
  • Students will be able to create sentences, questions, and dialogues using vocabulary, pronouns, and verbs
  • Students will have a larger vocabulary and understand the mechanics of each sign taught in the course
  • Students will be more confident as they continue their journey of ASL improvement

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REQUIREMENTS:

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

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QUESTIONS:

What is the main focus of this course?

  • This course focuses on learning to sign essential food vocabulary words in ASL. These words will be combined with verbs and pronouns to create sentences, questions, and dialogues.

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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Transcripts

1. Course Introduction: I love food. Mm. You guessed it. This course is going to be all about food. Mm. We're going to learn lots of vocabulary dealing with food and drink. That's right. After that, we're going to learn burbs. Ha. Then we're gonna learn personal and possessive pronouns. So those will be our three puzzle pieces. Lots of vocabulary, verbs and pronouns. After we learn all those vocabulary words, we need to know how to sign how to use them. So we're going to learn sentences. All right, We're gonna put the parts together, make sentences with those same parts. We can make questions, right? Huh? Opportunity? Yes. Once we have sentences, we have questions, statements, questions. We can make dialogues. All right, so we're gonna put your skills to use you, learn the vocabulary, put it into action. All right, as we're going. That's right. We're going to have tests. I have my glasses, we have tests. I need to know that you can sign what we've been learning and also that you can understand . Uh ha. All right, Let's do it. Let's get started. 2. Explore | Group 1 Vocab: Oh, boy, it's Group one words. Ah ha! All right. In this section, we're going to learn how to sign breakfast, lunch, dinner, bacon, beans, butter, candy, carrot, cheese and coconut. All right, let's jump in. Let's do it. 3. Learn | Sign for BREAKFAST: Let's talk about breakfast. Okay? This is a two part sign. Alright? Literally were going to be signing eat. Morning. All right, so two parts sign. The first part is eat. Just make this hand shape right here. Now take the tips of the fingers and just put it against your mouth like you're putting something in your mouth and your eating eat. Okay. So mornings we already have eat. Now we need morning. All right. Both hands are I make this hand shape fingers tight together, thumbs alongside. Okay, I'm right handed. So with my non dominant hand, my left hand I'm gonna go like this. Put it face down, palm down. Write with my right hand cause I'm right handed. I'm gonna put it under and come up all right. Morning. I don't like the sun rising. Uh, morning. Okay. Morning. From the side. Morning from the other side. Morning. Mm. Okay, let's put it together. Heat morning. All right. Becomes breakfast from the side. Breakfast. Breakfast. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. I say this is the rest position. Because if you ever watch sign language interpreters when they're not signing their hands air here said the ready position. The rest position? Because, Papa, they can start signing. When? When they need to. All right, let's sign breakfast three times, starting from the rest position. Here we go. Breakfast. Breakfast. Hmm. All right. This was a sign for breakfast. Two parts sign, remember, Eat. Morning becomes breakfast. 4. Learn | Sign for LUNCH: Let's talk about lunch. Okay? It's two parts. Sign is going to be literally eat noon. All right. First part, eat and shaped like this. Used the tips and just touch him out. Or at least get close. All right, Because it's eat. All right, Noon. Looks like this. All right, hand shapes. Fingers together. Like this, right? I'm right handed my non dominant hand. I'm gonna place it down here. My dominant hand straight up and down. Put it right here. So this part is touching the bottom bottom part of my forearm. Right. So noon from the sign known other side noon. Okay, so if we put it together, eat noon becomes lunch. Looks like this from the side. Other side. Okay, let's sign lunch three times from the rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. Here we go. Lunch. Lunch, lunch. Okay. So remember, lunch is a two part sign. It's eat bus noon. Put them together. You have lunch 5. Learn | Sign for DINNER: Let's talk about dinner. Okay. Two parts sign is going to be eat plus night, so eat bus night. So for eat, let's make this hand shape. Use the tips and go like this. All right? Touch your lips or get close to your mouth. Eat. All right. Night. Looks like this. Right? Both hands with your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed left. He would be my non dominant hand. I'm gonna make this shape now. I'm gonna make it down here. Put it down here. Palm facing down with my right hand. That's my dominant hand. I'm going to make this hand shape, right? So it's tight together. We just kind of bend it down a little bit. All right, Now I'm gonna go like this, right? So about midway down, my forearm is going to touch this part of my hand, right? That is night, right? From the side night. Other side night. Okay. Think this is the sun. Maybe this is the horizon, and it's going down. Okay, So remember dinner. The two parts sign we have to go eat night. All right together. That makes dinner from the side dinner, other side dinner. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Dinner, Dinner. Dinner. Okay. Sign for dinner. Remembered. Two parts sign literally eat night. Uh, together it is dinner. 6. Learn | Sign for BACON: Let's talk a boat. Bacon. All right, here's a sign. Okay. Hand shapes are going to be the same for both hands. We're going to make the letters you right now. Point them at each other and have the tips just touching a little bit. All right, Now we're gonna pull apart. But while we're pulling apart, we're gonna wake the fingers, right? Kind of. You know how bacon is crispy and wavy, but we're gonna go like this, pull apart and make it wavy bacon. Bacon. All right. How many times do you do the waves? Are you gonna go like this way out here? Probably not. Maybe just two times. Two or three. All right, break in from the side. Other side. All right. From the front, once again. Bacon. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Bacon. Bacon. Bacon. Mm. Okay. Remember both hands U shaped like the letter U V. Right. Fingers together. Put the tips together. Lightly touching. Pull them apart and wave. Right. Bacon. Bacon. All right. This was a sign for bacon 7. Learn | Sign for BEANS: Let's talk a boat. Beans. OK, here's a sign for beans. All right, both hands on this one. So I'm right handed. Alright. So I'm gonna make this shape with my right hand kind like you're measuring something or is this thick? Alright, start with that one. With your non dominant hand, stick up your index finger. Now point it towards your right hand. All right, so it's down here like this now with the right hand tilted forward and we're going to pinch off the tip of our index finger twice. Right? So pinch and pull 12 All right. From the top, it would look like this one too, right? Beans from the side, from the other side, right from the front beans. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Beans, beans, beans. All right. Remember, two hands on this one. Your dominant hand. We're gonna make this shape tilted forward. Your other hand, Non dominant hand. Put up your index finger pointed towards your right hand. Take your right hand. Pinch off twice. All right. 12 That's a sign for beans. 8. Learn | Sign for BUTTER: Let's talk a boat. Butter Right both hands on this sign. I'm right handed. So my non dominant hand, I'm gonna make this hand shape and make a platform. Okay? All right. Not perfectly flat. Kind of like over here. Tilted a little bit with my right hand. My dominant hand. I'm going to make this hand shape. All right? Start like this. Put those two fingers down. Fingers together. Uh huh. Kind of like a gun. Right, That hand shaped. Now take the tips and we're gonna rub twice on the bottom part of our plan form. Okay, That's a sign for butter from the side from the other side on the front. All right. Just two quick kind of swabs, I guess. All right, Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Butter, Butter, butter. All right. This was a sign for butter. Non dominant hand. Make a platform. Dominant hand hand shaped like this. Used the tips in dab twice. Swipe twice. All right, but, er, this was a sign for butter. 9. Learn | Sign for CANDY: Okay, let's talk a boat. Andy. All right, use your dominant hand. All right. What is our dominant hand? It's the hand that you feel most comfortable signing with. All right, So I'm right handed. I do most things with my right hand, so I signed with my right hand. OK, so I'm going to make put up my index finger. Uh, I'm gonna use the tip, and I'm gonna put the tip on my cheek. Like if you had a dimple, we'll be right there and then twist twice. Right? Kind like you're drilling or pushing a little hole in your cheek. All right. From the sign candy. Other side candy right from the front. Candy. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Candy. Candy, Andy. Okay, so there are variations of this sign, all right? I have seen some people sign candy like this, but they make this hand shape, use the tips, and then they rub on their chin twice. Candy, huh? Or consistency in this course, we're going to sign candy like this. All right, so we have two versions, candy and candy, all right. And this course will be doing candy. All right, Once again, index finger, take the tip. Kind of drilling a little hole in your cheek, Andy. Just like candy. It drills holding your holes in your teeth. All right, Candy. This was a sign for candy. 10. Learn | Sign for CARROT: Let's talk a boat, carrot. Okay. This is kind of a fun sign. We're just gonna use one hand on this one. Your dominant hand. Make a fist. It's also the letter s okay. Pretend there's an imaginary carrots sticking out from your hand. So put it over here, close to your mouth. First, you're going to take a bite. From now, you're going to keep chewing as you push it into your mouth. All right, so that is carrots, like a rabbit or Bugs Bunny or something. Right? You're just too in and pushing it into your mouth. All right. From the side. Other side. All right. From the front. Once again, that is Carrot. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Carrot. Carrot. Carrot. Okay. This was assigned for Carrot 11. Learn | Sign for CHEESE: Let's talk a boat. Cheese. OK, so hand shapes will use both hands. The hand shapes air kind of loose. All right, We're not spreading the fingers apart when they're not really tight together. Just kind of loose. All right. With your non dominant hand, I'm right handed. So my non dominant hand, My left hand. I'm gonna put it down here, Palm up. All right? Just sitting down there. All right. Dominant hand. We're going to take the palm, and we're going to put it on her hand and twist twice. All right, so you're pressing down. Twist twice. That is cheese. All right. From the sign cheese. Other side cheese. Okay. From the front once again. Cheese. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Let's sign. Cheese, Cheese, Cheese! Cheese. Okay, so my top hand is twisting. My bottom hand is just kind of sitting there and making a platform. That's it. Cheese. Okay. Remember, two hands, fingers kind of loose, right, One down here, other one on top. Take your palm and twist twice. Cheese. All right. This was the sign for cheese 12. Learn | Sign for COCONUT: Let's talk about the sign for coconut. Okay. So district kind of like you're grabbing a coconut or a ball or something, right? Your fingers, your hands. Or like this. We're not touching. Just kind of. We have some space in there. All right, there's a coconut. You grab it. Now we're going to listen and shake it a couple times. All right. Coconut from the side. Coconut, other side coconut. Alright. If you're Lefty, you can put it over on the other side. That's fine. Coconut, right, Sarin. Righty. So I'll put it over here. Coconut. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Let's sign. Coconut, coconut, coconut, coconut. All right. So remember, fingers. I don't like this. You're grabbing a ball. You're grabbing a coconut. We're not touching a little bit of space in between. Now, take that Coconut. The imaginary one. Put it close to your ear and shake coconut coconut. All right. This was a sign for coconut. 13. Practice | Test Format: All right, let's do some practice before the test. What a test. Yes, Test. Okay, we even have a timer. Alright. This test is going to be in two parts. The first part. See that little hand down there you're going to sign? I'm the second part I'm gonna sign and we'll get to that in a moment. So the first part, I'm going to show you something that we've already learned. You already know it. We've already went over it. Okay, so I'm gonna short to you, and I'm going to start the timer. The timer will be for four seconds. So whatever, I show you the vocabulary word. Sign it. Okay, Try to beat the timer. If you need more time to think about it. Remember, you can pause the video. That's no problem. OK, so let's take a look at what it looks like. I'm gonna show you something and you sign it. Here we go. Okay. Bacon. All right. So I showed it to you. Started the timer, and you try to sign it before the timers up. All right, so it waas bacon. Okay, That would be the first part. The second part there won't be a timer. And the picture? A little guy down there with glasses. Okay, so that means you watch me. You're watching me as I'm signing. So I'm signing. And you're like, uh what's he signed? Ah ha. You tried to figure out what I'm signing. All right, let's do a quick test so you can see how it works. Here we go. All right. So what did I sign? Well, I signed carrot. Okay, So that's how it works. First part you're going to sign, you'll see that little hand second part I'm going to sign. All right, Since it's a testing section testing part, I'll be wearing my glasses, and I won't be saying anything. Okay? So I'll be quiet the whole time. We'll go through. The test will communicate. Mm. Let's do it. 16. Explore | Group 2 Words: all right. It's time for Group two words. We're going to learn the signs for coffee. Corn eggs would fruit, hamburger, ice cream, Jewish milkshake and onion. All right, let's get to it. 17. Learn | Sign for COFFEE: Let's talk about the sign for coffee. Okay? We're going to use both hands and make fists. We can also say we're making the letter s s from the alphabet, like Stu. All right s all right. So we have fists with my dominant hand. My right hand. I'm gonna put my fist like this with my non dominant hand. I'm gonna put my other one underneath. Now put the top one touching the bottom one and do a couple circles like, ah, grinder, maybe like a coffee grinder. Right. Coffee right from the side. Coffee. Other side coffee. Right from the front. Once again. Coffee. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Coffee, coffee. Coffee. All right, so we're going to use two fists, One on the bottom, one on the top there, touching right and make a couple circles. Coffee? If you're lefty would be opposite, right? Coffee? All right, so I'm ready. Coffee. All right. This was a sign for coffee. 18. Learn | Sign for CORN: here is a sign for corn. Okay, with your dominant hand. So I'm right handed this one. I'm gonna use my index finger. All right, I'm gonna twist it and put it flat so that my palm is facing forward towards you. All right, I'm gonna take this side, put it close to my mouth. Not touching, but a little bit off to the side right now. I'm gonna twist roll forward twice. 12 All right. From the side. Corn from the other side. Corn. All right. From the front. Once again. Corn. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Corn, corn, corn. Um, Okay. I have seen variations of this sign. All right, so we're signing it like this Corn. I have also seen it down with two hands. Corn. I've also seen it done with this hand shaped corn. All right. All three shares similarity that they all kind of role. They twist right and corn. All right, so we have three different versions in this course to maintain consistency. We're going to do the one handed version like this corn. All right. So remember, with your dominant hand index finger. Put it here to the side of your mouth. And now twist twice corn. All right, this was the sign for corn. 19. Learn | Sign for EGGS: Let's talk about eggs. Okay? We're going to use both hands on this sign in the hand. Shapes are the same. There the letter you write. How do we make it? You well, go like this. Scared of these two fingers? Put our fingers together for your thumb inside. That is a You okay with your non dominant hand. So I'm right handed. Non dominant hand. Gonna take that you and put it here. All right. Okay. So it's kind of pointing after the side there and it's plant. Okay, The other one. I'm going to start like this, and I'm gonna go down and break the egg. Alright, Go like this. Eggs. So it kind of taps, and then it just flows down. Just one salt. One smooth motion. Eggs. All right. From the side from the other side, Right from the front. Once again. Right. Let's do eggs three times from the rest position signed with me. Here we go. Eggs, eggs, eggs. Right. If you notice the end hand position, the use are pointing forward. Right? The tips of the fingers are pointing forward. Right? So we have one here, another one up here, kind of tilting away. All right, It comes down, and it just keeps going. All right, Eggs. All right. This was the sign for eggs. 20. Learn | Sign for FOOD: here is a sign for food. Okay. The hand shape with your dominant hand I'm right handed is going to be like this. Just put the tips of the fingers down together with the thumb. Right. Take the front. Now tap twice on your mouth. On your lips. Okay. Food from the side. Other side. All right, let's do food from the front. Three times in the rest position. Here we go. Food, food, food. Okay. You might be thinking this looks that, like the sign for eat. Well, it's very close. Okay, There's just one main difference. When you do eat, it's one motion. Eat. All right. Just come into your mouth and stay there for a moment, right? With food, we're going to tap twice. All right, so So here's eat. Here is food. Okay, Good. Good. So the hand shapes like this use the tips. Tap right here twice. Okay. This was the sign. Poor food 21. Learn | Sign for FRUIT: here is a sign for fruit. Okay, We're going to use the letter f from the alphabet. Right? How do we make an F? There's put your thumb index finger together. Now leave these fingers spread out. All right. Okay. Some people sign enough like this. Don't people sign enough like this? This is how I learned that this is how I sign it. And when we do fruit, leave him spread out. Okay. All right. So take the tips right here, put it on your cheek and twist forward twice. All right. Fruit. Fruit. Okay. From the side. Fruit, other side fruit. All right. From the front fruit. All right. Make sure you're in this cheek area. Not like way appear or somewhere else, right? Fruit? Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Fruit, fruit, fruit. All right, Hand shape. Once again, it's a letter F f index finger thumb together. Take the tips. Put it here. Twist twice. All right. Fruit. This was the sign for fruit 22. Learn | Sign for HAMBURGER: here is the sign for hamburger. Okay, We're going to use both hands, and they both have the same hand shape. All right, so fingers it together. Thumb at the side. Now curve them forward a little bit. All right? With your non dominant hand. Put that one underneath. Palm facing up, dominant hand the opposite palm facing down. Okay, now we're going to go one to All right, Hamburger. Right. If you've ever used ground beef and formed hamburgers, you already know the sign. All right, you just take some grown beef, right? Hamburger I'm making Ah, hamburger. All right, from the side. Hamburger. Other side. Hamburger. Okay, let's do this Sign three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Hamburger! Hamburger! Hamburger! Okay, so hand shapes like this one down here. Other one. Here now, one too, because you're gonna form the hamburger. All right. This was a sign for hamburger 23. Learn | Sign for ICE CREAM: here is a sign for ice cream. All right, use your dominant hand. I'm righty is going to make a fist, alright. Or the letter s. You could say that. It's like you're holding a cone and ice cream cone. All right, put it close to your mouth and kind of move like this twice at the same time. Stick your tongue out like you're licking the ice cream cone. All right? From the side from the other side. Okay. I've also seen it where people don't stick out their tongue. They just go in this course. So this is how I learned that we're going to stick out her tongue. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Are you scream? Ice cream? Ice cream. Okay, if you notice. I'm not actually licking my fist because that would be undesirable. Okay, just stick your tongue out a little bit, but you don't actually have to touch your face with your hand or your tongue. Okay? So just like this. All right? Ice cream. All right. Once again, fist, you're holding the cone. This is like the top part with ice cream on top, and you're just gonna lick it twice. All right. This was a sign for ice cream. 24. Learn | Sign for JUICE: here is a sign for juice. Okay, We're going to use the letter. J here is a J, right. Just stick out your pinky other three fingers down. Come in now. Trace in the air. A J motion. That's Jay. All right, We're going to do it right in front of our mouth. We're not gonna touch, but we're gonna get close, so J. All right, juice from the side. Juice, other side juice. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Juice, Juice. Juice. Okay. Another version of this sign I've seen is where they put the J down here, and they just go. Juice. Alright. Juice. So instead of putting it here, they put it over here. Juice. Okay. I've even seen some people do it over here. Jay Wright, juice. All right. To be consistent throughout this course, we're going to sign juice like this. Juice. All right, juice straight on in front of the mouth juice. Okay, so we're going to use the letter J right now. Put that motion right here. Juice. All right. This was the sign for juice 25. Learn | Sign for MILKSHAKE: Let's talk a boat milkshake. All right, We're going to do a two part sign in the same area with the same hand or write your dominant hand, so I'm right handed. First, we're going to sign milk, then shake. Right. Here's a sign for milk. All right, so you just kind of opening and closing your fist twice. Milk. Pretend you're maybe squeezing something like you're gonna milk a cow. Right? Milk right. Two times milk. Now we're going to do shake, shake. All right, milk shake when you shake, Leave your fist closed and just shake twice. All right? So milk sick from the side Milk shake Others sigh milk Shake. All right from the front Once again. Milk shake. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Milk, shake milk. Shake milk. Shake. Okay. When you're squeezing your hand, you don't have to go way open and close. Just kind of leave it like this kind of a loose fist and then squeeze twice. All right, milk shake when you're doing shake. It's a closed fist right there. All right, once again, Milk shake. This was the sign for milk shake 26. Learn | Sign for ONION: here is a signed for onion. Okay, The hand shape with your dominant hand I'm right handed. Is the letter X in the alphabet like X Y Z X. How do we make an X? Well, put these last three fingers down. Put your thumb in now. Make a hook like your captain hook. All right. Don't take the exit. We're going to use the top part. Put it around your cheekbone right to this close to your eye. Right now. Twist, make contact and twist twice. All right. Don't move the location. Stay where it is. Just twist twice. All right. From the side. Onion, other side Onion. Okay. From the front onion. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Onion. Onion. Onion. Okay. So you might be thinking this kind of looks like the sign for apple, and you're right. But there's a very important distinction the placement of the X on the face. Okay, so we've learned it. Onion is up here. Remember, onions kind of make you cry, so, you know, put it close to your eye. Apple is down here. All right. So lower on the face. Lower part of the teak apple. Right. So this apple is the same motion X two twists, but it's lower on the face. Okay. Apple right. Onion once again, up close to the eye. Onion. All right, Maybe your cheekbone to the sign of your eye. Onion. All right, So remember, apple is down here. Onion is appear. Easy. Way to remember, onions. When you're cutting them, they sometimes make you cry. So put it up here, onion. All right, So remember letter X. Use the top part over here side of your eye, right on your cheek bone there and go to twist onion. All right, this was assigned for onion. 29. Practice | Test Format: Okay. Practice before the test. Guess what? We've already learned. 20 words. 20 signs. Way to go. OK, it's time for a two part test. But timer, that's right. I test right? The first part. See the hand. I'm gonna show you something. You sign? All right. Try to beat the timer. Let's do a quick practice one. All right, I'm gonna show it to you. Start the timer. If you need to pause its OK, try to beat the timer. Here we go. Okay. The sign was butter. All right, so that would be the first part of the test. The second part of the test, there won't be a timer, but you'll have me and the little guy down there with the glasses. So the second part is recognition reception. Can you understand what I'm signing? All right. So I will sign. You're gonna watch, huh? What's he doing? Ah, Uh ah. All right. So try to understand what I'm signing. All right, let's do a little practice. Here we go. What am I signing? Okay. What did I do? I did corn. All right. So first part will be you sign second part. I sign, and then you take a look. Let me put on my glasses. Let's jump in. Let's do all of the words from groups one and two. Here we go. 32. Explore | Group 3 Words: Oh, right. It's Group three words. Okay, We're going to learn the signs for orange pancakes. Parsed, um, here. Hamper pineapple pizza, popcorn, pork and pretzel. Okay, let's jump in. 33. Learn | Sign for ORANGE: Here is the sign for orange. Okay, use your dominant hand. So I'm right handed. I'm used this one. Okay. Now what we're going to do is we're going to make kind of a loose best, right? The fist isn't closes kind of loose. Now, take that hand shape and put it in front of your mouth and squeeze twice. All right. Orange, orange from the side, orange, other side orange. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Signed with me. Here we go. Orange, orange, orange. Okay. You might notice that when I do, the two squeezes. After that, my fist is closed and it stays shut. Right? So it's close. Close. There it is. Orange. All right. So use your dominant hand and just squeeze twice in front of your mouth. This was the sign for orange 34. Learn | Sign for PANCAKES: here is a sign for pancakes. Nice, straightforward sign. I'm alright. The hand shapes are going to be the same for both hands like this. Alright. Figures not loose fingers. Tight thumbs alongside. Okay. With your non dominant hand, I'm right handed. So my non dominant hand in my left hand going to make a plate, A platform, a stove hot skillet. All right with this one. With my right hand. My dominant hand. I'm going to scoop up the pancake and flip it over. All right. Pancakes from the side and cakes. Other side pancakes from the front pancakes. All right, let's do this sign three times from the rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. Paying case pancakes, pancakes, Remember? Same hand shape. One is palm up, huh? Other ones also palm up. But we're going to use it like a scoop. Scoop it up. Flip it over. All right. This was a sign for pancakes. 35. Learn | Sign for PASTA: here is a sign for pasta. Okay, We're going to use the same hand shape for both hands. It's in the shape of the letter. I Okay. How do we make the letter? I well, start with your hand like this. Put your middle three fingers down. Put your thumb in front. You have I All right. That's an all right. Once again, I Okay. Same shape for both hands. I all right? We're going to start in the middle. The tips of the pinkies we're gonna touch go around and around em. All right. Kind of like you're mixing up a salad, right? So cuts around. All right. Touch around our sta from the side. Pasta from the other side. Pasta from the front pasta. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Foster boster pasta. Okay, whoever. Same handshake. Both hands in the shape of the letter. I touched the pinkies. Now go up and around, all right? Or we could describe it together, around and up. Something like that, right? This was the sign for pasta 36. Learn | Sign for PEAR: here is the sign for pair. Okay, We're going to use both hands, different hand shapes. All right? I'm right handed. So with my non dominant hand, I'm going to make this shape right, The fingers coming down to touch the thumb right now tilted forward. So the knuckles are facing forward. Okay. With your dominant hand, Look for me. My right hand. I'm going to come like this kind of envelope over rapid and squeeze. Oh, all right, so that's pair from the side. Pair other side hair from the front. Yeah. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. Here, Here. Here. Um, OK. Non dominant hand and shaped like this. Film's touching all the tips together like that. Knuckles forward. Take another one. Kind of like your immediate, I guess. And suck away Pulled away here. Right? This is a sign for a pair 37. Learn | Sign for PEPPER: here is a sign for pepper. Okay, We're going to use the F hand shape. All right? The letter f like e f g f. How did making f leave the fingers up over here? Bring the index finger down and touching the thumb. Okay, leave a gap there. Right now. We're just going to tilt it over and shake twice. All right. From the side. Pepper, other side. Pepper from the front. Once again. Pepper. All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Here we go. Pepper. Pepper, pepper. All right. So imagine you have some food or something in your putting some pepper on top. All right. Ah. Variation of this sign. Some people sign it using a P, and they go pepper. All right, pepper. So for this course remained, maintain consistency, were going to sign it with the F like this. Pepper pepper. All right, So remember, use the f sign, flip it over, and but some pepper on your food two times. Shake pepper. Pepper. All right. This was the sign. Poor pepper. 38. Learn | Sign for PINEAPPLE: here is a sign for pineapple. Okay, we're going to use the letter f like E F G f. Okay, now how to make an F? Well, we just put the index finger and the thumb together, Leave these three fingers up and spread out. Okay. Now, make sure you can see through, because when we signed pineapple, we're gonna take this, put it over our eye and twist twice. All right? We have pineapple from the side, pineapple, other side pineapple. All right. I'm not actually touching my face. I'm just getting close. Pineapple. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Pineapple, pineapple. Pineapple. All right, So pineapple is a sign is a word that has many different signs in a SL. So let's see if I can remember a few. Alright. I remember pineapple. I've seen pineapple. I've seen pineapple and I've seen with a P they go pineapple. So many ways to be consistent in this course, we're going to stick with the F version, retake the F, put it over your eye and go like this. Okay, Pineapple. All right. So, once again, use the f use a little keyhole put over here over your eye and twist twice. Pineapple. All right. This was the sign for pineapple 39. Learn | Sign for PIZZA: here is a sign for pizza. Okay. It's a combination of letters. Kind of mutated. All right, let's see if we can break it apart. All right. First, to make the letter Z in American sign language, you just trace with their index finger. You trace a Z. All right. In our version of pizza that we're going to sign, we're going to trace a Z, but we're going to do with two fingers. All right, So the tips of your fingers trace a Z right Z and then go into an a right, so z a Alright, double Z a All right from the side z a pizza, other side pizza. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Pizza, pizza, pizza. Alright. Pizza is one of those words that has many variations when you're signing. Okay, let's see if I can remember a few straightforward one is they spell it out p i and then do with a double Z a All right, p I double z a. Another one I've seen is where they go like this. All right? Like you're grabbing the slice of pizza and you're kind of shoving it or put it in your mouth one to like that. All right. Another one I've seen is they use a p like this is a letter p and then with the index finger, they draw a Z. Alright. Some people have also they just do the Z like the double Z, and that's it. That's the pizza. All right? Sometimes that can be confused with snake. All right, so in this course to be consistent, there are many ways to do it. We're going to go like this. The double Z A. Alright, pizza. All right, pizza. All right, So remember, we're double fingers here. Use the tips. Draw a Z now ended in a right pizza. All right. This was a sign. Poor pizza. 40. Learn | Sign for POPCORN: here is a sign for popcorn. That's it. We're going to make a flicking motion like this with their index fingers. All right, We're gonna go one to write. Just like, popcorn popping right, Pop, pop popcorn, right from the side. Popcorn. Other side popcorn. Right from the front. Once again, Popcorn. I stood three times from the rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. Popcorn, popcorn, popcorn. All right, so the flicking motion is like that. Uh, we're only using index finger. Do one over here, then. One over here. Right. Popcorn. This was the sign for popcorn. 41. Learn | Sign for PORK: here is a sign for pork. All right. It's a two part sign. It's pig with meat. Okay, so pig meat, which is work. All right, So to make pig, we're going to make this hand shape fingers together. I put this part underneath their chin and go up twice. 12 All right, pig. All right. From the side pig. Other sign, pig. Okay, so that's the first part, pig. Now we need meat. All right. With your dominant hand, you're gonna use, um, pinchers, thumb and index finger with your non dominant hand for me. My left hand. Put your hand right here. It's kind of limp. Just It's a piece of meat. Now grab the meet and shake it. All right, Meet meat, and you're grabbing right behind your knuckle right about there. Meet. All right. So all together, it's pig meet. In other words, pork from the side work. Other side work from the front once again. Pork. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Work or work. All right. Two parts signed. Remember, pig and meat together makes pork. All right, So this was assigned for pork 42. Learn | Sign for PRETZEL: here is the sign for pretzel. Okay, We're going to use the letter R with both hands. All right, How do we make in our Well, just cross your middle and index finger, right? Like you're hoping something or you're crossing your fingers behind your back like that are right Both hands. And we're going to draw the shape of a pretzel. Hmm. All right. Like that. All right, Regular speed. Pretzel pretzel. All right. From the side pretzel. Other side pretzel. All right, from the front. Once again. Pretzel. Right. Let's do it together Three times from the rest position. Here we go. Pretzel. Pretzel! Pretzel. Okay, so when you dry, start together, Go around and come back together and end right there. A little bit lower from where you started. So you start about here, Gordo. But there read. So okay. Remember using the letters are for both of them and draw it. Pretzel. All right, This was the sign for pretzel 45. Explore | Group 4 Words: good. Golly me. It's group forwards. Okay? We're going to learn the signs for salad, salt, sausage, smoothie, soda soup, sour cream, strawberry T and water. What are we waiting for? Let's start. 46. Learn | Sign for SALAD: here is a sign for salad. Okay, We're going to use same hand shapes for both hands. All right? It's kind of like a claw, or even better. It's like a scoop there, like scoops. All right, make sure fingers stay apart. They're not together. All right, like this. Now, we're just going to imagine there's an imaginary salad in front of us, and all the ingredients are in their own location, and we want to mix them up. All right, so we just go. 12 Sally from the side salad. Other side salad. Right from the front. Once again. Salad. All right. Sign with me three times from the rest position. Here we go. Salad salad, salad. All right. Hand shapes once again. Kind of like claws. Maybe, Maybe. Like, you're gonna catch a ball, right? Just like that. Put him down like they're like scoops and toss the salad. Mix up the salad. 12 All right, salad. All right. This was the sign for salad. 47. Learn | Sign for SALT: here is the sign for salt. Okay, The hand shapes are going to be the same for both hands. All right, we're going to use letter V, right? Like V for Victory man or the number two. All right, be Here we go. All right. So your non dominant hand, I'm right handed. Non dominant hand. I'm gonna put my first V out like this. Okay. Palm facing down. Make sure the fingers were spread apart cause it's a V. It's not to you. All right, there's the V with my dominant hand. My right hand. I'm gonna put my V that this v on top its face down. All right, now I'm gonna flutter V. That's on top of the flutter is just kind of like this. All right, so the bottom is not fluttering, but the top is, and it's touching. Her is fluttering, right. Salt from the side salt, other side salt from the front. Salt. Okay. Sign with me three times, starting from the rest position. Here we go. Sold. So So. Okay. So I have seen a few different versions of this sign. All right, I've seen V's. I've seen salt where there's no flutter It's just salt. It taps twice. I've also seen where the double flutter were. Both parts the bottom V and the top Be footer. Alright, Salt. All right. For this course to maintain consistent consistency were going to sign it as salt. All right, so the bottom ones stays stationary. It doesn't move. The top one flutters. Okay, So for this course, once again, we're going to use this sign for salt. Okay. All right. So remember these, right? Not used these one down. Based down the other one on top. Still face down and flutter. We have salt. Okay. This was a sign for salt. 48. Learn | Sign for SAUSAGE: here is a sign for sausage. Okay? Hand shapes are the same. We're just gonna mirror each other. Okay? We're going to start like this. Squeeze open, go out. Squeeze. All right, so sausage. All right. So from the side, the hand shapes would be like this. You're open, and then you're squeezing, right, squeezing. So once again, start on the inside, squeeze out, squeeze sausage, try to stay level with the hands, right. Sausage from the side sauce it, other side sausage. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Sign with me. Here we go. Sausage, sausage, Sausage. Okay, so just remember. Open, close, open. Close. One two. So that's a sign for sausage. 49. Learn | Sign for SMOOTHIE: here is a sign for smoothie. Okay, Same hand shapes for both hands. All right, go like this. Fingers spread apart. Now take your middle fingers and bend them down. Just the middle fingers. When I have been my middle fingers, my other fingers moved to, but it happens, but just bend your middle finger down like this. Okay? Now take your dominant hand. I'm right handed. Put it on top. Non dominant hand. Put it below. Pretend there's an imaginary line that's connecting the middle fingers. They're not touching, but they're lined up. OK, so we start kind of low, and then we go Who, right? Kind of shake them a little bit. Maybe swirl them a little bit because we're thinking of a blender. Right? Zoo, Right. So here's a sign for smoothie from the side. Other side. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Smoothie smoothie. Through the okay, I have seen a variation of this sign where it's like this making kind of a cup index finger and then swirling around. And while they're doing that with the facial expressions like Woo, I guess representing the sound or the rotation of the blender for consistency purposes. Throughout this course, we're going to be signing smoothie like this. Right room through the Okay, So remember, hand shapes, middle fingers coming down. Line them up. All right, and then go up. Kind of shake them a little bit. Vibrate them up as you're moving up. Um, all right. This was assigned for smoothie. 50. Learn | Sign for SODA: here is a sign for soda. Mm. Both hands on this sign. OK, I'm right handed with my non dominant hand. I'm going to make a cup or a can. Right? It's just a letter O put it down here. All right? With my dominant hand, my right hand would make this hand shape. Now bend down the middle finger, right. Take the middle finger and dip it into the cup. Pull it back out, make the hand flat and slap it down. All right. So slowly. Here's what it looks like. All together. All right. Soda from the side soda. Other side soda. All right. From the front soda. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Soda soda. Sorta. All right. So, depending on which part of the US your from here at some people might say pop, they might say soda. Soft drink soda, pop. Something like that. He's away. The sciences. Same alright, soda cop. All right, soda. Okay. So remember both hands. Non dominant hand. Make a cup of glass. Can whatever dominant hand bend the middle finger down. Dip it in, pull it out and slap it down. All right. Soda. Okay. This was a sign for soda. 51. Learn | Sign for SOUP: here is a sign for soup. Okay, Both hands on this sign. I'm right handed my non dominant hand. I'm going to make kind of a bowl of plate. The dish, something like that down there. All right, fingers together. There it is. With my dominant hand. I'm going to make the letter. You write. So Avi's spread apart. You is together. Now I'm going to kind of let it curve a little bit because it's my spoon. Right? And I'm going to one to have some soup. My facial expression is going to be kind of like I'm sipping the soup. I'm sucking it up like that. All right, so the full sign is soup from the side, two other side soup. All right. You can see my head's kind of bending over a little bit. This pretend you're eating imaginary, but it's the sign. Okay, let's do soup three times from the rest position. Here we go. Soup soup. So Okay. So remember, you have the sign. You also have the facial expression. Kind of like that. Like you're sucking up the soup. Okay, So non dominant hand make a platform a bull. Donna, hand you let it curve a little bit. That's your spoon. 1212 Soup. Okay. This was a sign. Pour soup 52. Learn | Sign for SOUR CREAM: Let's talk about sour cream. All right. Two parts signed. Two different signs together to make sour cream. We have sour. And we have cream right for sour. Just user index finger. All right. Put the tip on your chin and twist. Alright. Sour from the side sour. Other side sour. Okay, so that sour now we need cream. All right. When we make the sign for cream, we're going to use both hands. I'm right handed. Non dominant hand. Make this hand shape fingers together. Put it down is a platform. Okay. Now, with my right hand, I'm going to make this shape, all right? It's kind of curved, like a C, but the thumb is going to be just hanging out there. All right, Now we're gonna put it down on top of our platform and rotate towards us. Okay? We're scraping off the top layer of the cream, right? If you've ever watched the process of milk, cheese, cream, all of that stuff, the cream rises to the top, and then they scrape it off. Right? So they have cream. Okay, so the pull sign is sour cream, All right. From the side. Sour cream, Other side sour cream. Mm. Sour cream. Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Sour cream. Sour cream. Sour cream. All right. So remember, two parts sign we have sour, and then we have cream. Put it together. We have sour cream. Yeah. 53. Learn | Sign for STRAWBERRY: Let's talk about Strawberry. Okay? This sign uses both hands, right? I'm right handed with my non dominant hand. I'm going to use my index finger. Put it this way. So it's pointing over there. All right, Promise. Facing down, knuckles away. All right, Now I'm gonna take my dominant hand. My right hand. Make this shape. Now go on to the tip of the index finger and twist a couple times. All right? All right. So it is strawberry. Other side strawberry from the front strawberry. All right. Okay, let's do it three times in the rest position here ago. Strawberry, strawberry. Strawberry. All right. Remember both hands. Non dominant hand index finger flat out their dominant hand on the tip. Strawberry. Okay. This was a sign for strawberry. 54. Learn | Sign for TEA: here is a sign for tea. Okay, Both hands on this sign. I'm right handed with my non dominant hand. I'm going to make a little cup, All right? It's just letter. Oh, All right, we'll put it down there. Now with my right hand, I'm gonna make the letter f All right. How do you make an F open hand index finger thumb come together? These just hang out over here, all right? Take the tips of the thumb and the index finger stick it kind of on the rim little bit inside your cup and then just go around in a circle a couple of times. All right? I guess technically, it's clockwise. If you went counterclockwise, I don't think it would be a big deal. What? Clockwise. All right, so t from the side. T other side t All right. From the front. Once again, T All right, let's do it three times in the rest position. Signed with me. Here we go. Tiu T t. All right. Remember, two hands on this sign. Non dominant hand. Make a little cup saucer or whatever you got down there Dominate hand. Make the letter f. All right, take the tips. Stick it there a little bit in maybe a couple circles. We have tea. All right. This was assigned for tea. 55. Learn | Sign for WATER: Let's talk about water. All right. Just one hand on this sign. Use your dominant hand. I'm right handed. So let's make a W. How do we make a W? Well, we have open hand right here. Take your thumb, put it on top of your pinky finger and hold it in place. So these three fingers were just hanging out straight up. OK, that is a W. Now, when we're going to sign water, we're going to touch the inside part of our index finger to our lips two times. Okay. Like this. All right, bottom lip. Kind of like your chin right there. All right. Two times water from the side. Water, other side water. Okay, let's do it three times from the rest position. Let's sign. Water, Water, water, water. Mm. Okay. Just one hand. Dominant hand. Make the W. Take the W alongside and just tap twice. All right. This was the sign for water. 58. Practice | Groups 3-4 Test Format: all right. Practice before the test. Okay? We're going to be focusing on groups three and four words. Alright. 20 words. Way to go. All right. The first part will be you signing. See the hand. All right. So you sign whatever I put up there, try to beat the time. All right? So let's take a look. Let's do a quick practice one. Here we go. All right, So the sign for pork, Okay, that would be the first part where you sign what you see, The second part? No. Timer. A little guy down there with the glasses, so I will be signing, right. You try to figure out what the heck of my signing on Lee signs from groups three and four words. All right, let's do it. It's doing test one here ago. All right, So what did I sign? Well, I signed Pepper. Right. Good, good. All right. So let's do it. First part, you sign Second part, I sign. All right, let me put on my glasses. Let's jump in groups three and four words. Let's do it 61. Practice | ALL Food Test Format: Okay, let's do some practice before the test. The big test. That's right. We're going to be covering groups. 123 and four words. Alright, in total. That's 40 words. Way to go. We've been learning and learning and learning. Okay, so the form at this time is a little bit different. Instead of one word with the picture, I'm going to show you two words. No pictures. All right, So I show you two words. That timer will be for seven seconds. You signed the two words. Okay, so let's do a little quick practice test. And here it goes. Show it to you. Start the timer. You sign. Here we go. All right, so we have pepper and we have butter. All right, So when it comes, turn for me to sign my turn to sign. I will always sign of top one first and then the 2nd 1 Okay, So top one and then the bottom one. All right. So when I'm signing, I'm gonna go Pepper, I'll pause, and then I do butter. If you just want to go pepper and butter without a pause, that's up to you. I will Pies in the middle Okay, So the first part is with the timer, all right? And the second part, we're not gonna have a timer. I'm sure you know what I'm gonna be saying. All right? This time, just me. You take a look at what am I signing this time? I will sign two words, and you figure out what I'm signing. So I'll sign the first word pause, and then I'll sign the second word. I'll do each word once, Onley one time. If you need me to repeat, just rewind the video. Okay? So let's do a quick practice test. Here we go. What am I signing? Okay, so what? Two words that I sign. Well, I signed onion and I sign salt. Mm. Okay. Like I said before, I will sign the 1st 1 up there and then the 2nd 1 down here. Okay, so we have onion and we have salt. Mm. What an opportunity. Okay, so once again, 1st 2nd 1st section, first part, you sign second part, I sign. Get the glasses. Here they are. All right. Let's have the test. The big test. Let's do it 64. Explore | ASL Verbs: all right. It's timeto learn some burbs. All right, we're gonna talk about it. Drink eight love and want. Let's do it. 65. Learn | Sign for EAT: here is a sign for eat. Okay, we're going to taken. Oh, and we're gonna squish it down. So this is the hand position, right? Just use your dominant hand. I'm right handed, so I'm gonna use my right hand. Okay, So the old squish it down. This is the hand shape. Okay? All the tips together. Now, just touch your mouth. Alright? Eat right. There's no bounds. Just one motion. Eat from the side from the other side. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Eight. Eat, eat. Okay. An important thing here. All right. We have eat, which is one motion. But you're thinking it looks like food, right? Well, the difference between eat and food is that food has double tap. All right, so food will tap your mouth twice. Okay? Food is like this. Eat is like this. Ready? Close. But I think you'll remember food and eat. All right, so this was a sign for eat. Hand shape was like this. Right? One motion like this. Alright. Eat 66. Learn | Sign for DRINK: here is a sign for drink. Okay, We're going to use the C hand shaped like ABC and alphabet, how to make a C fingers together curve. And it looks like a sea right tilt to see forward. Put the thumb on your chin and tilt up. All right, Drink. If you want to tilt your head back a little bit. That's fine. Drink. All right. From the side. Drink other side drink. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Drink, Drink, drink. All right. See? Hand shaped, tilted forward. Thumb on your chin. Tilt up. Right. Drink. This was the sign for drink. 67. Learn | Sign for HATE: here is a sign for hate. Okay, We're going to be using both hands, and we're going to be making a flicking motion with the middle finger and the thumb. Pretend like you're flicking a bug or you're flicking someone I don't know, but that's the motion for both hands. Right? So put your hands a boat here, get in position and flick. All right. Flick like you're gonna flick it away, right at the same time at a facial expression that shows extreme dislike, right? Hate you Wouldn't be like Ha right? People would be. What the heck? That's not hate. Uh, okay, so put the facial expression with the flicking motion to get hate from the side. Right? Other side hate. All right, let's do it three times from the rest position here ago. Hate. Okay. Once again, both hands flicking motion. Alright, Licky motion pointed forward. You're directing the hate. The negative energy outward hate. Okay, This was a sign for hate 68. Learn | Sign for LOVE: Let's talk about love, Okay? With hands, shape is the same for both hands. It's going to be The letter s all right. Like a fist stu in the alphabet s right. How do you make an s make a fist thumb in front. Okay, rotate so the palms are facing in towards you. Alright. And just give yourself a hug. All right, So cross and hug. All right. I'm right handed. So my right hand is on the inside, left hand on the outside and hug. If you're lefty, just do the opposite. Left hand on the inside and hug. All right, So we have love from the side Love other side love All right? Can you feel it? Let's sign in three times from the rest position. Here we go. Sign with me. Love, love, love All right, remember s hand shaped Tilt them in, Twist them in, palms facing you Cross and hug. We have the sign for love 69. Learn | Sign for WANT: Here is the sign for Want. Okay, We're going to use both hands. Start with their hand shapes. Like this. Fingers apart. All right, put your hands down here. Palms facing up right now. Pull it in. All right. The motion is kind of like this, but it's gonna be down here, right? So palms face up and pull in because you want something, all right. From the side. Want other side? Want? All right. From the front. Once again. Want Let's do it three times from the rest position. Here we go. Want, want want? Okay. Remember, don't just stay out here and curl up your fingers. You need to pull something in, right? Want. All right, Put the energy. You're pulling it in. Okay. Both hands opened at the beginning. Start out here now. Kind of clot in. Want. All right. This was assigned for Want 71. Learn | ASL Pronouns: okay. It's time to talk about pronouns. What fun? Okay, when we talk about personal pronouns, we're talking. What are you he she we they you plural, right? That little pl down there means plural as in more than one person, at least two people. So you might be talking to a group, a couple of people, but it's it's like you all okay. All right. If we're talking about possessive pronouns my your his her our there, your plural. All right, so right, let's talk about hand shapes. Now, here's something good. Wonderful. When we're talking to a personal pronouns, the hand shape is going to be the same for all of them. You move around, but the hand shape will be the same. And it is the number one, all right. Or you could just say the index finger the pointer finger. I'm sure you've used it before, right? So this is what we're going to use for personal pro notes, but good, right? Possessive pronouns. We're going to use the same hand shape for all of them, and it's going to be the open Be. Now, this is the open Be you might be thinking open. Be closed. Be. What the heck, right? So open bees like this. Some people sign a be like this. Some people signed the letter B like this. I signed a letter B like this, but I have seen it like this. And like this. So either way, possessive pronouns. We're going to use the open be position. It's just putting your hand up here, painting it up no spaces and just putting your thumb along Sign right from the side. It looks like that kind of like a karate chop hand open. Be alright. So possessive pronouns open. Be right. And the wonderful thing when you're doing personal pronouns and we're gonna use the pointer finger, the number one, it works for all of them. All right, we're gonna move it around, but the same hand shaped for all of them, right? Same thing with possessive pronouns. We're going to use the open Be lefty. Use your left hand if you're right, he usually right hand. Okay, so open. Be I'm ready. So everything on this list is going to be signed using the open be hand shape. Well, exciting stuff. Now let's jump in. All right. Okay. Okay. Let's take a look at I end my eso Let's start over here with the personal pronoun. Ah, we automatically know the hand shape. It's the number one. The point, their finger, the index finger. Okay, so I you just go like this. All right? So I also works for me. I and me, That's a prone out the pronouns just like this, right? Just point at yourself. Take the index finger angle like this, right? I me I Right. OK, so we get over to my changing the hand shape. It's going to be the open be. But we go like this. My right mine. So we had I I And then we can make a possessive by just doing the open being going my All right, So same motion coming into the body. And when I finish, I'm lightly resting on my chest. Right. So I or me and then my Mm. All right. Very useful stuff and very common. Good to know. All right, So you right, personal pronoun You were going to use that finger. Whoever you're talking to, Whoever you having a conversation with your looking at them. Just point at them. All right. You you If you're sitting this way, but you're kind of talking to someone over here, you know, swivel as much as possible. Show them respect and point at them. You write you. Some people might say that pointing is rude, but in SL you need the point. Because that's how you communicate, right? It's not seen as rude. It's just explaining the circumstances. You right? Me? Me? No, I know it's you. Okay, now you're all right. We're going to do the same motion. You're talking to someone, but the hand shape is the open. Be so you're right. You You're right. My isn't mine. It's yours. Your all right? You and your okay. Moving forward. Okay. Interesting. Here. He and she and he and she. Right, So here we go. Personal pronouns, index finger pointing. Now he and she Mm. Lovely thing about American sign language is that this pronoun is gender neutral American silent, which is gender neutral. So for this sign, if you think like Spanish French romance language, you have a feminine form, masculine form. You got to make it fit with the bird with the now and you got to do all that stuff. My language is very efficient gender neutral. So he or she is history, preferring to an a single individual. Right? So it could be he she that person, even the singular they they like somebody left their bag in in the in the car. Were just talking about one person, right? So he or she you're just gonna point at them right? Point at them. If it's George over there, we want to say he we would point at George. He wherever they are. If George is up there, there's a cat walk up there and he's up there. We want to talk about George would say he he right, We'd point at him if Mary's over, there are way back there would go. She all right? She or Jill? And we just want to refer to her as, like that person, that person, we just point it's a single motion, single motion point point. Don't point like this because that's you know you I'm talking to you. I wouldn't point at u T to say he if the person was behind you and I wanted to say he but he's behind you, you know, I just kind of move over. He he You know that guy over there? Okay, so let's do a his and her same thing, single motion towards the person you're referring to. So it's Mary her. Write her her car. Right. Uh, Tom, His cat. Right. His cat. Right. Okay, so remember SL American sign language is gender neutral. You were just referring to a single person. So we're gonna point at them or move in their direction one time. Okay, So his her e c e she is her. Right? Okay, good, good. Let's do we All right. So personal pronouns we and we're gonna also do our We'll get there, our we'll get there in a moment. We Same finger. We're just gonna tap on our chest twice like this. All right, So that is we It's also for us, right? We we from the side. We we okay if you're Lefty, no problem. Just start over here. We I'm writing. My dominant hand is my right hand. So I go, We we Okay, so our our open be all right this time. It's a similar motion, but you have to have that hand shaped open be. And it's like this hour our from the side our all right? I'm making a curving motion in front. I guess you start on one side and move to the other hour. Our right. If you're lefty, no problem. Our our And even if you're right, E. But you feel more comfortable signing with your left. Just pick one hand and stick with it. So it's easy to communicate. All right, So we have we we and then we have our our Okay, Good. All right, They all right? So we're talking about multiple people. Two or more people, they we're gonna use the finger. All right? So wherever they are, let's see, it's Fred and George over there. We would say they they all right, If they're over there, they they do see how I'm marking. I'm our king. If we just do one point, that's just one person. One individual. We have toe arc to show that it's multiple people. They them They right, Okay. For their when we want to show possession. Similar thing. They're over there. There, there, they're If they're over here, they're all right. Uh, and make sure when we're doing they or their we have to do it off to the side. there. You know they because if we do it in the middle, it changes the meaning. All right. And it becomes you plural. Okay, so they was like this with the finger. They But if you cross in front, pretend there's an imaginary line Here we go like this, you cross in front. It means you plural. Like you all All right, You all are crazy or you all are happy. Something like that, right? You all all right? If we're going to do with the possessive pro now, Still, use open. Be more gate, go. Your You're all right. Remember, there was after the sign. Like their car, their house, whatever we want to your car or your house. Your we have to cross that invisible line. Mm. Your your or you as in you all plural. All right, let's mention a couple of things. All right, if we're talking about he, she or even, uh, they they were, and we're referring to people that are not currently present. All right, so if there's there Georges over there, it's easy to go. He write him hiss. All right, Let's see. George is not here. Or George just left. If George just left. We could just refer to where he was immediately before. So he was sitting over there so we could still referred to him by just saying him. George, he right? Well, let's pretend George was never here. We're talking about him. He can. He came up in the conversation. Well, if we want to say he we just sign off to the sign he now George isn't physically here, but we just pick a space. And we just point that we point in that general direction. So he he's happy. I don't know. He's sad. He we just do he to represent George Now. We're talking about his car. George's car, his car. George isn't actually here. Same thing. Just go off to the side. His car, right, his car. Same thing for she or her, uh, her cat every time. What Julie or she? Julie's not here, but we'll go. She's running. She's She's running bast. I don't know. She was point out to the side to refer to people that aren't actually here. And the same thing works for they already retired. What? Peter and Martha? I don't know, but they're not here. We could just point off to the side and say they want to do it over here. That's fine. Just be consistent So that in the conversation, it's obvious, you know, they I'm talking about them. Okay? And there same thing there when they're not physically here. They're here. Just do it towards them. All right? Hopefully, that was clear. We just blasted through personal pronouns. Sounds good. 72. Review | ASL Pronouns: okay. We already learned all of the pro knows. Okay, so it's time for some practice, all right? We have all the pronouns here. They're gonna light up. There'll be a black box about around each of them individually. You sign it before I do. OK, here we go. Let's try the 1st 1 All right? How do you sign your your plural? Okay, so we know it's going to be open. Beats on that side is gonna be an open be, and we do it in front. You're your Remember we got across that invisible line. Your next one, right index finger. You You. Right? Okay. Off to the side index finger. They have toe arc. They we have to communicate its more than one person. They they they okay, open. Be there. They're all right. It's off to the side. There, there. Okay. Index finger. Just point at the person or in their direction. He g e she that person, single individual. And if they're not there, remember, we could just point out to the sign he or she right when we're referring to them in the conversation. Next one. All right. Open. Be your right. Mine. Uh, your your We ve Okay. All right. Index finger to taps. We we we all right. Open B and our our our I write. I also works for me. Okay, You plural index finger you as in you all, you plural cross that imaginary invisible line. You remember if you do it off to the side, it's what it's they or them. They right? Okay. My open Be Mari my my open be single motion in the direction of the person Hiss, uh, Who is or her? Right? And if they're not, they're Just do it off to the side. His or her. Okay, Good, good, good. So we just reviewed them all Wonderful. 73. Explore | ASL Sentences: in English spoken English. We could say he eats a pineapple. Well, it would change a little bit if we're going to sign it in American sign language. We would just say he eat pineapple. We would sign. He it. Pineapple. All right, So let's talk about the differences between the English and the S. L. Or you'll notice that the verb eat. We don't congregate it in SL you just sign it. You just do the base sign. It's wonderful, is very efficient English Spanish romance languages. You have to congregate the verb to the past. Present subjunctive all of that stuff in a SL. Just sign the word, all right. It's just that basic sign. It's like the simple present all the time, right? This is beyond the scope of this course, but you do future past stuff like that by putting in extra words like tomorrow yesterday before, right so you would put those words in to indicate the time when it's happening. All right, so take away right now. Don't worry about conjugating the verb in American sign language. Just do the sign. All right? So he beat pineapple. All right, let's take a look. Let's move forward. Okay. You might say he eats pineapples, as in plural pineapples in English. Well, in American sign language, you're just going to do the same sign. All right? This is a general rule. Okay? So you would still sign. He eat pineapple. Now you're asking. Okay, How do we know when you're signing pineapple? That it means more than one. Well, this is one simple sentence out of context, right? We haven't given it a context. If you were actually signing this with the person, you would have much more information. For example, You see Fred over there, and he's sitting surrounded in pineapples. All right, so we might say, Oh, he eats pineapple. It's understood. It's not just one pineapple, Issa. Pineapples all around him. Right? That group of pineapple. So we know it's plural. All right. Another way, if you really need to make sure the difference between singular and plural, we might say a few pineapples, we might say, Ah, lot of pineapples or just the number five pineapples and pineapples. All right, so the signs gonna be the same. The base sign is the same. We would need more information which we would get from the contacts context to know if it's plural or singular Or like I said, we could say a few a lot or maybe the number. Okay, So in our little situation here signing, just do the signs. So if I showed you this, you would just sign. He he pineapple. Okay. Okay, let's make it a little bit more complex because we've learned the pieces. The puzzle pieces? No, we're putting them together. All right. How would you sign? He eat my pineapple. Mm. So in spoken English, it would be he eats my pineapple. But remember, an American sign language. Don't worry about conjugating the verb. Just do the signs. All right. So what do you think? He eat my pineapple? Um, he was eating pineapples before, but now he's eating mine. What would you say? Okay, well, we would go. He it my pineapple e. Eat my pineapple. Ah, Alright, let's try another example. All right? We have the simple sentence. How would you sign? We drink milk shake. Mm. In English. You might be. We drink milk shakes, right with signs. Right Here. We drink milk shake. How would you sign that? Well, we have the puzzle pieces. We have the pro now on the verb and the vocabulary were the now. So let's do it. We drink milk. Shake just like that We drink milk. Shake. Delicious. All right, let's throw in a pro noun. Okay. Who know milkshake. This time we're going for a soup. Alright. How would we signed? We drink their soup. What do you think? What do you think? Well, piece by piece. Word by word. Sign by sign. Let's do it. We drink their soup. They don't like it, but we do it. We drink their soup. Uh huh. All right. What if we change the just a little bit and we say we drink our soup. What do you think? Mm. You see how it's just puzzle pieces? We just have to put them in. And if we know the different puzzle pieces, we can just insert. So we're changing. We changed their to our What do you think? How would we sign it? Alright, we drink our soup now the context could be you know, maybe there's different bowls of soup in someone's like, Hey, you're drinking our soup like No, we're drinking our soup. Who knows? Okay, once again, we drink our soup. All right. Okay. Okay. Let's move forward. Alright. How about you, Plural? Love his hamburger. How would you sign that? Mm. All right. So it's you plural, as in like you all love is hamburger. Strange sentence. But the whole purpose here is to get you putting the signs together because we've learned we learned vocabulary words, the verbs and pronouns, but by themselves, what is great? But they're kind of stuck, right? The whole point is to start communicating, put the words and science together. Okay. So once again, you love his hamburger. Why? I don't know. But you dio All right, let's change it just a little bit. You love my hamburgers and you all. You plural love my hamburger. All right, How would you sign? Well, you chloral love my hamburger. Mm. Stay away. You love my hamburger? Uh huh. Okay, So I think you can see how this is working. We have all the different puzzle pieces. Just take your time. Do each sign we've learned it. You can do it. All right. So let's take a peek in two. The next two parts, which will be testing right and review with the timer. Okay, this timer will have seven seconds. So this is what it looks like. All right. Mm. So that's seven seconds, and I'm gonna show you a sentence, Alright? Ah, little nice, sweet short sentence, but we've learned it all. I'll show it to you. Start the timer. You know how it works. Okay, let's do a quick test right now. Let's do it. Here you go. Okay. So I want your breakfast. Mm. Once again, I want your breakfast. Okay. All right. So that would be the first part. You race the timer if you need to pause because the timers too quick or you just skipped your mind. No problem. Just pause the video and proceed when you're ready. Right. Next part will be with my little buddy down there with the glasses. Uh, which means you're gonna watch me. You try to understand, it's great to learn to sign, But once we start interacting with people, if we have no idea what they're saying, it's kind of pointless. All right, so this is recognition practice understanding, So I'm gonna sign you. Take a look. Uh, what did we do? What does he do? it. Ah ha. Try to figure out what I'm signing. All right, so here we go. Let's try it. All right. So what did I do? What do you think? Okay, so I did she love her popcorn? She love? Uh huh. Popcorn. All right. So if you thought it waas e love his popcorn, that would be right as well. Because, remember, he and she are the same sign. All right? This is a sentence taken out of context, right? If we were in a situation would be obvious. He she right. So remember, he or she You're just pointing, right. So if you thought it was he loved his popcorn. You're right. All right. You're right as well. All right. Okay. So, um, the testing time, Let's have some fun. You've worked hard to get to this spot, right? So first section, you sign what you see. After that, I'm gonna sign, and you try to understand what I'm saying. Okay? If you need to repeat, I'm signed. You go back. That's fine. Have fun and just enjoy yourself. Here we go. We're my glasses. I won't be talking. All right. All right. Let's do it. 76. Explore | ASL Questions: in spoken English, we might say. Do you want a strawberry? Well, in sign language, we would shorten it up because we're not gonna worry about the age that does the do the small words to throw him out. We would just sign. You want strawberry? Okay. Very straightforward. Just efficient to the point. OK, let's try another one. In English, we might say, Does she love eggs? Right in sign language. What do you think? American sign language. Well, throw out the small words that does know us, and just do she love eggs, All right. She loved eggs. All right, so we're going to be talking about making questions in American sign language. We need to talk about correct facial expressions to indicate. Communicate that. We're asking a question. All right, let's take a look here. All right, We have They hate sour cream. All right, so watch my face when I signed sour cream. All right? Watch my eyebrows. Watch my head. My body movements. Here we go. I'm gonna sign this sentence. This question. Okay? Did you notice when I signed cream, my eyebrows went up? I leaned forward a little bit, and I have, like, an inquisitive look. Something I want to know. We need to show that it's a question. All right, so once again, they eight sour cream. Uh, so in spoken English, our voice kind of goes up. There's some inflection in there to indicate that it's a question in sign language. We show body motion expressions facial expression to indicate a question. All right, let me show you what this sentence looks like. If it's just a statement, a positive statement. All right, so they hate sour cream. So not a question this time. Watch. See the difference. Hey, that's a statement. No, watch the question. Okay. Interesting. Here. All right, So the first part of the sentence you can have your face be normal, but once you get to the last word or so you need to start making it look like a question. Right? So they eight sour cream, right? It's like you're an investigative journalist or something you like, huh? Who's got the scoop? You want to know how you're leaning forward to get the information? Those air, The same movements that we views were making a question communicating a question in American sign language. All right, so one skin. This one. They hate sour cream. Okay. All right, let's take a look at another one. Arts of practice. Alright. I drink tea. How would you sign it? What do you think? Question. Got to communicate. That's a question, not a statement. What do you think? Well, we would go. I drink t. All right, so the I and the drink regular facial expression. That's fine. When you get to t. Now, I suppose you could go. I drink tea for the whole sentence, but it's kind of uncomfortable toe have this expressive for the whole sentence, Especially if it's a long sentence. So by just indicating at the end, people will understand that it's a question. So I drink. We're establishing it, then tea. Ah, it's a question. All right. Let's see what it looks like when it's a statement. I drink tea. All right, I drink tea. All right. Kind of a neutral. I might even not a little bit to affirm that it's a positive statement, but I'm not going like this. I'm not raising my eyebrows. All right, so this question and the question that we did before, they're all yes, no questions, right? so you can answer Yes. No. Or I suppose you could say may be right, because it's a yes. No question. The eyebrows go up right In other situations where it's a w question, the eyebrows were world down. But that's beyond the scope of this course. Right now we're just going to do yes, no questions. So watch again. I drink tea. All right, I rose up. Okay. Okay. All right. So remember, three parts when you're saying when you're communicating the question I rose up. Lean forward a little bit. Kind of inquisitive. Look, you want to know? All right, so let's do some practice before we jump into our test. What test? Yes, we love tests. It's a great way to show and demonstrate our skills. All right, so we have but timer, All right, I'm gonna show you a sentence this time in these two parts Onley questions. We're going to be a lot of eyebrow raising, right? Ah ha. To communicate. That's a question. So let me show you this question. Nice short. Little sweet question. You race the timer. Let's do it. Okay. Very important. First part you love and breakfast. We'll eat. Morning right, which is breakfast. All right, so when you signed breakfast, I rose up. Lean forward. You love breakfast? Deal of breakfast. Okay, So that's the first part where I will show you a sentence will be a question on Lee questions this time around. And you sign it. Right? So the next part after that, we're going to jump in and you'll watch me sign. I will only be signing questions. All right, But you try to figure out what question am I asking? All right. All right. Let's take a look here. All right, So let's do a quick test. I'm gonna sign something, You figure out what am I signing? What do you think? What did I sign? I signed. He hate coffee. I'm asking. He hate coffee. I rose up. Lean forward. Uh, who knows? But right now we're just asking the question. All right, So first part you signed see the hand, uh, second part, I will sign and you figure out what I'm seeing. So, putting on the glasses, let's jump in. Let's do it 79. Learn | Signs for YES, NO, MAYBE: Let's talk about the signs for yes. No. And maybe. Right. Let's start with Yes, Right. Make a fist. Letter s right s now tilted forward until to your head. Yes, From the side. Yes. Other side. Yes. Okay, let's talk a boat. No. All right. We're going to go like this. All right. Make the letter you write. Put it flat. Now let your thumb out there and kind of pinch them right? Like a little crocodile. Alright. Pointed at whoever you're talking about or talking to, right? No. All right. Maybe we're going to go like this. Here's the hand shape. Put him down here. Palms facing up now is kind of like scales, right? You're weighing back and forth because you're unsure. Maybe. Right. Maybe. Mm. From the side. Maybe other side, maybe. Um OK, so let's sign. Sign with me. Let's do it. Yes. No. Maybe. All right. Here we go. Yes. No. Maybe right. When you're doing, maybe you have, like, an unsure look on your face. Yes. You have on affirmative head movement? No. Uh All right. Let's do it again. Yes. No. Maybe signed with me. Yes. No. Maybe. All right, let's see a little bit in action. Okay. How would you sign? Yes, I love milkshakes. Um, what do you think? All right, well, we just go. Yes. I love milk shakes. Uh, yes. I love milk shakes. Woo. Okay, let's do one for maybe. All right, so maybe someone else says, uh, he likes bananas. And they were like, maybe he eats oranges, right? He eat oranges. All right, so let's sign it. How would you do it? All right, maybe e eat oranges? Uh huh. All right, maybe e eat oranges. All right. Here the maybe is kind of its own is functioning by itself because it's answering whatever the person has said before in response, and then it adds a positive statement. He oranges. Right In this situation, it's all together. It's one sentence. Maybe I want pizza. All right, so there's no pause after, maybe. Right. How would you sign it? Mm, I Would you sign it? Maybe I want pizza. Hmm. Maybe I want pizza. E. I do want peace. Okay, I see one with no right. No, we want sour cream. What do you think? Maybe they said, Do you want ketchup like No. We want sour cream, huh? How would you sign it? Right? No, we want sour cream. All right. You could also do a double tap. No, if you need to do it extra to really get it across. Goodness, we want sour cream. Okay? No, we want sour cream. Okay, good. Good. So we talked about the signs for yes. No. And maybe yes. No. And maybe right. One thing. Remember, you can go. No, you can also double tap. You can really just lay it in there, huh? Okay. Once again. Yes. No, maybe. 80. Explore | ASL Dialogues: All right, So we've learned how to sign sentences like this one. No, I want carrot. All right. We've learned how to form questions. You want pasta? All right. Why don't we put them together, and then we can have a nice little mini dialogue, right? You want pasta? No. I want here. It's all right. Once again. You want pasta? No, I want. All right. All right. Let's try another one. All right, Let's see. How would you sign all of this? He loved breakfast. No, he love lunch. What do you think? All right. He loved breakfast. No, we love once. Mm. Once again, he loved breakfast. No, he loved lunch. All right. Cool. Cool. Were put it into action. Alright, let's try this one. They hated coconut. Yes, they hate coconut. Alright, I Would you sign it? They Hey, Coconut. Yes. They hate coconut again. Here we go. They hate coconuts. Yes, they hate coconut. All right, All right. So we've been doing some practice. Little mini dialogs. Let's do a little bit more serious practice because we're going to get into testing, right? We got to do some review. We've learned so much. It's time to prove ourselves. All right. The first part got the book. Got the hand down there. You'll be signing. All right, let me show you a little mini dialogue, and I'm gonna give you 12 seconds. So that's a nice chunk of time. Work your way through the dialogue. Take your time. You want a positive video? Make sure you do it. No worries. All right. So here we go. Here is your dialogue sign? Like crazy. You want hamburger? Maybe. I want smoothie. Um, okay, good. That will be the first part of the test. You sign. You have the timer pause if you need to. That's no problem. Alright. Second part, no timer and my little buddy down there with the glasses. All right, so I'm going to sign the whole dialogue. Okay, so I'll sign the first part. The second part, You figure out what am I signing? All right, here we go. This is what we're going to do. All right. What did I sign? Hmm? I signed. We drink water. No. You drink juice. Uh, in the U plural. Right? All right, let's do it again. We drink water. No, you drink juice. Alright. Awesome. Who So you were able to dio. Okay, first part you sign. I'll have the time or up their second part. I'm gonna sign. Uh, take a look. What am I doing? You need to pies. Have me repeat. No worries. All right. We will study like crazy for a long time. Let's shore skills. 83. Conclusion & Thank You: Okay. Thank you. Thank you for studying and learning with me. I hope you had a wonderful time. I had 100 full time. Thank you. Do you later?