Learn American Sign Language: Beginner conversational words and phrases in ASL by Meredith ASL   2 years ago


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This is a beginner's introduction to some American Sign Language words and phrases. Get your basic conversational skills started with this newbie-level video. [...read on for more description...]

My original beginner conversational ASL video (quicker, shorter) can still be found at: https://youtu.be/5_gK4-YoN7s -- This updated video is a bit more slowed down with better accessibility for all levels. I hope you find it useful!

Signs shown include (in order): HELLO, How are you, GOOD, BAD, FINE, SO-SO, OK/OKAY, GREAT or WONDERFUL, WHAT'S UP, NOTHING, BUSY, NOT A-LOT, WHAT'S YOUR NAME?, MY NAME IS, NICE TO MEET YOU, YES, NO, DEAF, HEARING, HARD-OF-HEARING, "I'm hearing, and I'm learning ASL", LEARN, "I want to learn ASL", WANT, ASL, American Sign Language, UNDERSTAND, "I don't understand", PLEASE, SORRY, SLOW, AGAIN. THANK YOU, See you later!