American Sign Language Alphabet

American Sign Language Alphabet
From Linguanaut

American Sign Language (usually abbreviated as ASL or Ameslan) is used mainly in the US, Canada, and some parts of Mexico by an estimated number of 200.000 to 2 million. The American Sign Language is a manual language expressed not with combinations of sounds but with combinations of hand movement and shape, arms and body, and facial expressions. It is used natively and predominantly by the Deaf and hard-of-hearing.

Below is a table of American Sign Language Alphabet, also soon there will be available hand expression sentences and phrases to be used with deaf People to be able to communicate with them better.

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Sign Language Alphabet

Source: http://www.linguanaut.com/english_sign_language.htm#ixzz3GUk5JEMR

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One thought on “American Sign Language Alphabet

  1. Emma's Cup June 12, 2015 at 4:42 pm Reply

    Your numbers did not come out right. 😐

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