Posted by: learnsignlanguage | July 3, 2010

Learning basic british sign language phrases

Well the days fly by and we are already on day 6 in this Deaf Awareness week.

So far we have learnt about the features within BSL, how to sign our name using the 2 handed British Sign Language alphabet, basic question forms, BSL numbers and the fact that there are regional variations within the number system.

Now we are going to be learning some basic British Sign Language phrases.

Have a go at these:

Hello, How are you? I’m fine, Ok, Alright thank you, Pleased to meet you, What’s your name?, My, My name is…., thank you, see you again, good morning, good afternoon, good evening, good night.

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