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Sign Language


You will find several sign language video dictionaries at this site, including the Main Dictionary, Religious Dictionary, Conversational Dictionary (great for practicing whole thoughts and sentences!), and the ASL for Babies Dictionary. This website provides extensive opportunities to practice your sign language skills from beginner level to more advanced levels. It provides receptive skills practice, vocabulary practice, and fingerspelling practice. With QuizMe for Adults and QuizMe for Children, you can evaluate your receptive skills. Click on the Tools link and go to links for games, access links for mouth morphemes, hand shapes, and much more.


The Communication Technology Laboratory at Michigan State University developed the American Sign Language Browser for those who want a dictionary. Just click on a letter of the alphabet for the sign you are looking for, and then look for it in the alphabetized list on the right side of the webpage. Even though the video is small, you can click on the link that will take you to  www.signingsavvy.com/   which has a slightly larger and clearer video. You can become a registered user of Signing Savvy at no cost and have access to alternate signs for a word, view sample sentences, view mature signs, and a few other things. In order to have full access to all the features of this website, such as larger videos and mobile apps for your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, you have to become a full member at $9.95 per month or $49.95 per year.

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