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LearnSigns 35: Indefinite Pronouns

Indefinite pronouns are words you use every day even if you didn’t know they had such a fancy name. These are words such as all, each, every, and none. There are a bunch of them, but this lesson covers most of the ones you need to know.

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LearnSigns 34: Vehicles

Sitting at a roundabout in Mexico teaching sign language. How fun! Vocabulary learned in this lesson: Car Truck Bus Train Plane Boat Ship Taxi If you like the outdoor locations, let me know. I have a few more weeks in the big city of Merida, Mexico and can try to think of other vocabulary lists […]

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LearnSigns 33: Farm Animals

When I was thinking through a list of animals I came up with a huge list. I will probably have to do 3 different lessons on animals. This one is a list of farm animals. There could have been a few more, but I will save those and find another list they can fit in. […]

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Learning Sign Language Book #1 at Amazon Hot New Release

My new book, Learning Sign Language, is #1 in the “Hot New Releases” at Amazon in its category! That’s not like being a #1 best seller yet, but it does give the book more exposure. If you would like to help the exposure more, please leave a review at Amazon and/or the other retailers. You […]

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LearnSigns 32: Books

To celebrate the release of my new ebook, Learning to Sign, I have put together a list of vocabulary that has to do with books. Learning to Sign is currently available at Amazon. I hope to have the Nook version available within the next couple of days. Vocabulary learned in this lesson: Book Bible Library […]

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Sign Language is Not English

This is a guest post written by Jonathan Peach. Jonathan works at a hospital as an RN and also freelance interprets. I asked him what he would like to share with new sign language students and here was his reply. Sign language is not English that is put on the hands. American Sign Language (ASL) […]

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