Ok, the 10fastfingers.com is a great site to test the speed …. But not so much to learn… Today I found the http://www.typingweb.com … Great site for people that sucks and what improve … Lol 3 days ago
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It’s been a while since I practiced ASL… I’ve been so busy with school and everything I’m surprised I didn’t forget all of it. I just watch lesson 11 on the ASL site I’m using and surprising I knew most of what they were saying (obviously not counting the new words :P). Hopefully I remember to keep watching the lessons so I can mark this goal as completed! 1 week ago
My first 36 words is down! I starting a new list today. 1 week ago
I master 20 words now… I can’t wait to see my friend Michael to put it on test ;) lol 1 week ago
I’ve reached lesson 10 out of 30 on Lifeprint.com! I’m happy to say that it is paying off at least a little bit. I’ve started to notice that I often relate things I here (i.e. conversations, music, etc.) to sign language and am able to see the signs in my head when I’m speaking to my friends or other people, which I am so psyched about! 3 weeks ago
I actually started doing lessons about a month or two ago, but having it written down somewhere will, hopefully, drive me to fully carry out my goal. I’ve found so far that sign language is actually really fun to learn, and I hope that once i learn more of it i will be able to actually use it sometimes.Thank you so much Lifeprint.com and Dr. Bill Vicars for your amazing teaching skills! 3 weeks ago
I’ve downloaded some ebooks about this one, including one with “dirty” sign language.
Probably I’ll ever use it, but until that day there is no harm in learning to talk/sign it smoothly.
I don’t know any deaf people myself, so that makes practicing it harder. But I’d like to meet some, even if it only was to practice sign conversation with. Guess I’ll try throwing signs downtown, funny ones, until someone signs back that it was funny. Then befriend them. 1 month ago
words/phrases to sign this week:
Can you please sign that again?
Can you please sign slower?
What did you say?
Can you finger spell that again?
Write it please?
I don’t understand. 1 month ago