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Move Your Digits

Published on 01/19/2013

As one of our New Year’s resolutions, ASLwrite would like to make it easier for you to learn written ASL! The following video is #3 in our 6-week course in written ASL featured here on the website, Twitter, and Facebook. It’s a great complement to the How to Write American Sign Language book! If you’re

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The ASL Digibet

Published on 01/16/2013

As one of our New Year’s resolutions, ASLwrite would like to make it easier for you to learn written ASL! The following video is #2 in our 6-week course in written ASL featured here on the website, Twitter, and Facebook. It’s a great complement to the How to Write American Sign Language book! If you’re

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Do You Know Your Digibet?

Published on 07/25/2012

We’ve created a video that explains the ASL digibet. In a nutshell: – A digit represents a handshape. – The ASL digibet collects 30 of the most commonly used handshapes. – More digits are in the extended digibet, because they are either specialized in their usage and/or infrequently used. (This extended digibet may change over

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