It's that time again my friends!
No, it's not tool time. I'll give you a hint.
Okay, that wasn't a hint, but I was being impatient. That's how I rollin' with the homies...
You want to go over fingerspelling practice #1 and #2 first? Go for it!
Let's get to it then!
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sod, toe, roy, pun, bus, hun, ref, beg, yam, lap, may, fib, hid, ill, sag, tent, jack, ball, fins, jobs, stop, July, bump, rash, ewok, lazy, guess, start, coming, mouse, fence, kicked, march, journal, pencil, table, bottle, Michael, Jennifer, Cameron, Elizabeth, Kelly
Here's one practice sentence for you. Yup, just one.
SIGN FOR P-E-N-C-I-L WHAT?
Longer word practice:
Random words, eh?
Another goal for you to keep in mind while you're fingerspelling: Don't try to just sign each letter individually, but rather try to "connect" them. You make your letter transitions smooth. It's like how cursive letters are connected. You're not actually connecting the letters, but you're making the transition from letter to letter smooth and fluid.
Remind me and I'll share more about that in the next fingerspelling video I have planned after the 31 Days series is finished.
How is fingerspelling going for you? What are you struggling with? How can I help you?
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