A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
omg I learned in no time at all recommended for everyone but this is amazing
He does great videos, I have found as a student that really helps when you have alternate views of the signs. Sometimes when straight on, exact finger movements can be elusive. Seeing it from two plus directions helps. Thanks for great learning videos!
New to learning asl. The letter F is the same for the number 9? & the letter W is the same for the number 6?
I wish ASL And ASLAN were exactly the same.
One handed signs seem more practical as well.
Hi from the land of the long white cloud, New Zealand (NZ)! Thank you for the video of ASL ABC 🙂 I work with a lovely student who has lost the movement of her right side of her body from a stroke. Although Deaf people in NZ use the manual alphabet with two hands, your video has given me an idea to help my student learn ABC through ASL with a one hand alphabet signs. This video is clear, precise and an easy pace to follow. Without sounds or captions, come on you people! Strengthen your visual perceptions and ASL or any other sign languages used around the world are not based on sounds! Imagine what it feels like to be immersed into the land of the Deaf signing to communicate and that will help change your perceptions of Deaf people and their beautiful language!! So … thank you! Good work!
That was some intense staring
I learned the alphabet in one day because of this video. Best one out there
Finally a well-made asl alphabet learning video with captions! Thanks for showing the letters from differet angles, that helps alot. Doesn't Asl use mouth forms for letters? Swedish sign language does.
What's up with so many videos teaching asl, not directed at deaf, hard of hearing and foreigners? Not filming their faces, no captions and talking instead of signing what they're saying. Not very accessible.
Some of the letters look different than they did on the app I was using to learn 🙁
Is it important which hand you use to sign? I'm left handed and I find it difficult to sign using my right hand.
the only later I remember is W v zothers just playing with the fingers. lol
Wow all these years I've been doing P wrong and nobody told me! Which is kind of embarrassing since I took 2 ASL classes and 1 focused primarily on finger spelling.
awesome thanks so much!
This helped so much!! I'm a complete beginner and I learned the whole alphabet in about 15 minutes because of this video 👌✊✌👈👂
Just wondering, is the signing the same if you use your left hand or will it be difficult for people to understand if you use your left one to sign?
i like how people making the asl alphabet just gave up in the end and said " fuck it just write it"
This is scaringly close to DGS. That's cool, I didn't know they were related!
I just learnt how to sign my name 👏🏻
Only one error is the F. Because it looks like 9.. so therefore try to close the hands just like "B"
Thank you so much. All the other videos make such a show of waving the hand around, you can't figure out the correct palm orientation. I knew the shapes but not the appropriate posture.
me- doesn't know how to work hands at allhas to pause 6 times every letter because how does the hand do thatends up laughing at the fact the guy looks disappointed
Is it okay if I don't bend my thumb when I sign B? I can bend my thumb while using my left hand, but I can't with my right. I want to learn asl, and I want to make sure I don't unintentionally mess up any letters
This is really helpful, this year I'm trying to learn Spanish and ASL, I plan on mastering ASL in at least two years. I also plan on mastering Spanish in four years. I also plan on mastering other languages too, but for now I'm going to start with ASL and Spanish, wish me luck!
a visual example of the letter he is showing might help. I am new to this and I have to guess what he is doing.
This little girl is bad at this
I have a hard time with p
What you claiming
helped me in school
I'm using this for my ASL class and it is really helpful, and I know that other people have mentioned the multiple camera views, but I want to express my own gratitude for this. Thank You!
Add a text in there please
Forgot what f was so I came here…
I'm very glad with how short and simple this video is. I really needed to just see someone go through it and know how to position my hand for some letters.
In class one day my teacher told us to be quiet and my best friend Lauren started signing words in sign language and I didn't know what they were, so im making an effort to learn lmao
OoF Brian get off my chrstian server
They ran out of ideas at 'Z'.
Thanks very much for this- very clean and cut way for me to clarify the position of the hand in general- especially with G, H, and X.
The different camera angles was perfect cuz I actually saw some mistakes I make. Thank you
seriously much better than my classes ASL dvd, they go way too fast. and it you're a beginner, it's hard to learn things like that. Eventually I will get faster, but this video helped immensely! 🙂
Just out of curiosity, why do we learn sign alphabet? Cuz its not like we are spelling everything we say in the conversation. I'm not trying to be rude, I already memorized it for fun and have fun spelling words for it to stick. But as a newbie to ASL, please explain how or is there any other way to use this alphabet?
Lol🤣 I got losted……why can't u put the letters in the corner 😲
That's not e
that helped me
That was a good video
Like video https://youtu.be/_XfRAUTrg4g https://youtu.be/_XfRAUTrg4g https://youtu.be/_XfRAUTrg4g
dont do the open e its a shouting e it should be closed
I think I did this 20 times then practiced names. This really helped.
Some people sign T differently but I’m not sure which I should follow
Who got the commercial for “A Quite Place”
I saw in another video the when making the Y you are suppose to have the knuckles facing towards the person you are signing, not up. Not sure if it’s either way.
Anyone else wonder why the sign for "r"' looks like an "x" and the sign for "x" looks like an "r"?
Would help if you had the letter visible in the corner that you are signing
hey just some help for anyone learning, turn on your captions
this video is great! I was having trouble remembering the difference between F and D, but unlike my class's video resources, you went slowly enough for it to sink in 🙂 thanks!
You went wayyy too fast
E, all digit fingers should be touching the thumb
AHHH ITS HURTS!I CANT DO IT!!
My thump wont bent that way.
Do I have to do stretching to make an M?
would small hands be a problem for a sign speaking person? I hope they can understand me even though my fingers are very small and some of the letters like T or M I cant do properly
I only know Australian sign because my friend is deaf but I'm thinking about learning american sign as well
This is very helpful but as a Turkish-American I would like to point out that T is very offensive in Turkey.Be careful while you are using it to Turkish people. It is exactly like showing a middle finger to them. And also "yes" sign as well. Sorry.
I want to know sth the ASL Language is same all around the world or it is different like normal languages
This video is so helpful, thank you for the multiple camera angles!
Clear, beautiful, thank you!
That was good 🙂
I noticed that one of the hands is the opposite of the other in the two videos at the left side. Is one of them mirrored? I need to know so i dont accidentally say sonething weird in asl… Thank you!
The p is kinda confusing, I get the rest, could anyone explain that one to me?
The "E" is incorrect
My 4 year old brother and I learned ASL in about a week from watching YouTube vids like this. Thanks so much!
Simple and straight forward, right down to the point..No talking needed
gah! i know you're supposed to use your dominant hand, but my right pinkie just isn't flexible enough for y!
why i gotta take this dumb boring ass class
This is such a helpful pace for practicing!
I have always signed some letters, for example the letter C to the side, so the person can see it..the same with the letters such as D, K, P, and Q. If you sign the letter C like he does the person can't tell what the letter is.
I'm proud of my self an author came to my school today his father was deaf and he taught us sign language of alphabet and here I am I know how to do most of them now but I still gotta keep learning
Thank you so much for all the screens, it makes it so easy too learn.
Can someone explain why R is done with the fingers looking like an X and why the X is done with the finger looking like an R. It always confuses me.
0:29 🙂 skksksk
I was able to memorize the hand letters in 10 or less minites wowwww Im so proud of maself
This helps me a lot ❤️ tysm.
I cant seem to get y. My ring finger wants to stick up too!
this is simply perfect
Nigga throwin up some gang signs
Why is an “r” is asl crossing your fingers (which looks exactly like an “x”)And an “x” in asl is a hook with your index finger (which looks exactly like an “r”)
???! Someone had to know the answer 😫😭
Finally a video with no audio
Finally a decent one because I need comment review so I don’t look at something incorrectly and mistakingly offend my family member
TURN ON CAPTIONS 😉
Super simple and easy to understand! Great video!
I love how this is straight to the point and shows all perspectives!
1:11#FYIThat was badword in indonesia
Man, i was hoping to see you do it fast like you did in class 🙂
I’m taking asl and I had a broken pinky as well as a y in my name I am screwed
While I appreciate the notion of learning ASL, in a non verbal medium. The rational behind signs would be helpful context, to the well meaning beginner.
This is helping me learn Sign Language because we have a deaf girl in our school and i want to be able to understand her more.
This guy is so awesome! I wish he was my ASL teacher. And that face I was laughing yet trying to keep up the whole time 😀 G, H, and P are so hard for me to sign….
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