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|ASL 1 - Unit 1|
ASL Alphabet (A-Z)
This sign can be made by moving from your ear to your chin or from your chin to your ear.
This is signed as "GOOD MORNING". This phrase can also be signed more fluidly where your non-dominant hand is only used for MORNING (your dominant hand moves directly from your chin down to sign MORNING).
This is the sign for "BYE" in ASL.
This is the sign for HELLO in ASL.
This sign for HOW is used in sentences like, "How are you?"
This sign for HOW is used in sentences like, "How do you fix this?"
How are you?
This phrase is signed as: "HOW YOU?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).
How are you? (2)
This is a different signer signing "How are you?" This phrase is signed as: "HOW YOU?" with the wh-word question facial expression (eyebrows down).
My name is Deborah (name sign).
The phrase is signed here as: "MY NAME D-E-B-O-R-A-H (name-sign)". This is used as an example. Deborah fingerspelled her name first and then gave her name sign, which is the D-handshape moving in a curl downward from her head to indicate curly hair. You can learn more about Name Signs in ASL 1 - Unit 3.