American Sign Language Edit

American Sign Language (ASL) is used by the Deaf community in the United States and English-speaking parts of Canada.

It has its own complex grammer which does not resemble English. It is not a transliteration of English into Sign but as different from English as French is.

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Many parents choose American Sign Language to communicate with their preverbal babies because it is a real language used in their community.

ASL Browser is an online ASL dictionary with small movies to illustrate the sign.

'See Also
AUSLAN, BSL, BabySigns