The video lesson on 25 sign language words is available to watch and learn how to teach your baby. Have a great fun in learning! Follow Deaf Singapore Lah for updates in deaf community: https://www.facebook.com/deafsingapore/
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In this Introduction video, you will learn about the differences between Signing Exact English (SEE) and Singapore Sign Language (SgSL).
Rebecca Malstrom became deaf at the age of 15, shared how she uses American Sign Language (ASL) to communicate with her beloved dog Molly who is also deaf.
According to a scientific study, intelligent people use more swear words. Believe it or not? Read this scientific proof: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/09/27/swear-words-intelligence_n_12213206.html Congratulations to you if you are intelligent! **Parental guidance is advised.** To enable english subtitles within the video, please click on the settings->subtitles->English Credit: https://www.cut.com/ Follow Deaf Singapore Lah for updates in deaf community: https://www.facebook.com/deafsingapore/
Many people over the world often want to know how to say the popular sign language: I Love You. Fret not! It is not that hard to master that kind of sign language. Here goes an awesome video to learn and master the international sign language to impress your own soulmates or whoever. Have a […]
Enjoy Taiwan pop star Jay Chou's awesome sign language in the MTV with english subtitles. Does it blow your mind enough?
In the video, you may try and enjoy learning different set of signs in ASL (American Sign Languages) for countries, cities and continents from all around the world. Hope you have a great fun with learning ASL. 🙂 Credits & Special Thanks To Ai-Media’s Facebook & Bill Vicars from lifeprint.com
Let’s learn some simple sign language for a special segment in NDP2016! Give it a try with your friends and family! Credits to NDPeeps.
Introduction Video: “Hush. Awareness in Silence. A social movement to bring the worlds of hearing and non-hearing together. With a cup of tea.” Hush. I Love You – Courtesy of our lovely TeaRista, Lisha People may not always remember what you say but they will always remember how you make them feel. It’s almost always […]
This video presents a lesson on how to sign the alphabet (A to Z) in Singapore Sign Language (SgSL).