The first 100 signs everyone should know when learning ASL. Build a solid foundation as you learn sign language and it'll pay off later.
I love checklists.
I love being able to cross off items on my lists.
I'll write something down, that I've already completed, just so I can cross it off. It just feels good.
It feels right.
Soda splashes on the list
I receive hundreds of emails every day, quite a few of them asking for some type of list of signs that must be known so they can be mightily successful with their ASL.
I put it off for months until I could set aside research time at my local library. There's just something special about time in the library all on your own.
I've compiled this list based on language learning research done that day in the library. I sat at the only available table next to some tacky guy slurping his drink, sitting next to the sign that says "no drinks allowed."