Brought to you by Singapore Deaf Lah, Adrian How in this video teaches you how to sign a few words – Japanese, Sushi Roll, Sauce & Chopsticks.
But it is worth noting that there can have a few variants of Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) signs which actually have the same meaning. For example, this person signs “chopsticks” while another person signs “chopsticks” slightly different. But as long as signs are understood by the receiver, it will not pose any issues. Hope that it doesn’t make you confused.
Please feel free to share the video with your hearing friends to sign Singapore Sign Language (SgSL).
Have fun learning Singapore Sign Language (SgSL).