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Step 1, Know where to hold your hands. Most ASL signs are produced in a space that extends from your temples to your waist. Many signs are in a 'neutral' position, at mid-chest level. Location and palm orientation matter! When learning signs, pay careful attention to where the hands are located, and which direction the palms face. This affects the meaning of the sign produced. Comfort is important ...Step 2, Take your time. As you are learning, move in a slow, deliberate fashion. This will ...Is ASL hard to learn?
It’s exactly as hard to learn ASL as it is to learn Japanese, Tagalog, or any other foreign language that is totally unrelated to English. My experience with teaching ASL at the university level was that my students consistently outperformed their peers who were taking Spanish, French, and other spoken languages.How to sign KNOW in ASL?
The sign that touches the tips of the fingers to the forehead can be interpreted as "know." ASL grammar allows certain signs such as LIKE, WANT, and KNOW to incorporate a principle called "reversal of orientation for negation." Additionally, the sign for KNOW is often done on the cheek rather than the forehead.