You've been biting your nails, anticipating part two in the ASL grammar series.
Well, put your hand down, get the bandaids out, and get to watching.
I say it in this video and in part one -- Did you miss Part One? Well, go on ahead and watch it so you're not behind. This video will be here when you get back. -- knowing sign language is so much more than just knowing the signs, knowing your vocabulary. It's just a fraction.
Obviously, it's important, there's just so much more to sign language than your favorite Sign Language dictionary.
Don't despair! It's not going to be crazy difficult.
Last time we talked about facial expression and its importance in ASL is not just with looking lively, but is actually part of ASL grammar.
How'd you do with your practice? Was it easier or harder than you thought?
Today we're looking at the next part in the ASL Model and then we'll work to put the first two components together.
There's another download for you as well so you can put your new skills to work.
Grab the free ASL Grammar practice sheets here > >
The practice sheets are quick and easy to do. You can pick a few of the exercises to do each time you practice. I encourage you to download them right now, while you're thinking about it, and do just a few from each category so that it stays fresh in your mind.
- What questions do you have for me regarding ASL grammar, or ASL in general. Remember, you'll get your questions answered in the upcoming video.
- What was the one moment that really got you excited and motivated to learn ASL?
I'm excited to see your answers, your questions, and make the next video for y'all! The next video is coming out this Wednesday, so make sure you get your questions in before then.
Check out >> ASL Grammar Without Frustration Part Three <<