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The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k
The signs in this video will help you learn to greet a deaf person using Auslan (Australian sign language). This is the vocab I've shown you: Hello My Name How are you? (this is one sign) Good Bad So’s so Alright Hot Cold Tired Please/thank you (use this sign for both please and thank you) You'll notice my facial expression changes with each sign. Facial expression is very important in Auslan - practise using appropriate expressions for your signs. With a friend, practise greeting each other in Auslan. Introduce yourself and fingerspell your name. Through the next week, notice when you feel any of the above feelings, and do that sign to yourself. This video is part of my free online Auslan course. To access the entire course, and additional lessons that are not taught via video, please visit my website, https://helloasphyxia.wordpress.com/ To learn more about what it is really like to be Deaf, details about the Deaf community and how Auslan is used by Deaf people, read my book, Future Girl, https://tinyurl.com/yd27a39k