110 ASL Phrases (ASL)
Learn how to sign ASL idioms and phrases. Jessica Tanner (deaf actress) and Dwight D. Godwin, NIC (certified ASL interpreter), translate over 100 idioms and phrases such as “do you need a doctor” and “train go sorry” into American Sign Language. (No internet required)
There are many different forms of American Sign Language. For example, there are over 100 different ways to sign “Birthday” and “Picnic” ASL signs vary in different parts of the country and even in different small social groups. We tried to take this into account and provide signs that are most commonly used.
American Sign Language is so much about expression, including movement of the eye brows, cheeks, eyes, cheeks, lips, and tongue. Our Sign Language models display these important expressions, you may notice that most signs are also mouthed for lip readers, but there are some signs that are specifically a facial expression without mouthing the word.
Word List for ASL Phrases
ASL Phrases on iPhone
ASL Phrases on iPad
We learn so much from our customers and love to hear what they are saying so we added a suggest feature. We read every suggestion and will use your feedback for updates.
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