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 How to Sign Feelings and Emotions in American Sign Language?

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How to Sign US States & Capitals in Sign Language?

American Sign Language (ASL) is the native language for hundreds of thousands of deaf North Americans. It developed from American and French signs in the 1800s. ASL is a distinct language from Engl... Read More »
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How to Sign Feelings in Sign Language?

American Sign Language is both easy and hard to do. It is very fun though and helps so much when you need to communicate with a deaf person. Saying how you feel is just a small step to fluency but ... Read More »
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What are possible alternative causes for Chadwicks sign Hegars sign Goodells sign Braxton Hicks or Ballottement?

Ballottement indicates an increase of fluid over the patella at the knee joint - this has more to do with an injury or infection and nothing to do with pregnancy.Braxton Hicks or practice contracti... Read More »
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The Differences in Learning Sign Language and Spoken Language?

In some ways, learning a sign language is very similar to learning a spoken language. The concepts of vocabulary and grammar still hold true in sign language. However, there are key differences bet... Read More »
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