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Sign Language 101

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Description

NOTE: The video components will NOT play in devices with iOS7 at the present moment. Older iOS versions will run just fine.

Learn THOUSANDS of American Sign Language (ASL) fundamentals, vocabulary words, idioms, sentences, fingerspelling & quizzes in VIDEOs with Gilda Toby Ganezer & Avery Posner, your Deaf ASL teachers!

FEATURES:

- learn almost 1,000 English/ASL translations of letters, numbers, words, sentences, phrases, idioms, questions and more!

- easy to navigate via alphabetical index & search from over 25 categories

- practice your receptive skills with an interactive quiz

Here are some examples of Words/Phrases translated into American Sign Language in this app, as follows:

Action & Verbs
ask, call, cry, eat, finish, hug, know, laugh, play, practice, read, relax, remember, share, sleep, speech, travel, try, understand

Alphabet
A-Z

Animals
alligator, animals, buffalo, bug, bunny, camel, cat, cow, crab, deer, dog

Around the House
bathroom, battery, book, camera, chair, fireplace, house, television, toys, toilet, TV


Clothes
belt, boots, cap, clothes, coat, dress, gloves, hat, mittens, pants, scarf, shirt, shoes, skirt, socks


Colors
black, blue, brown, colors, dark, gold, gray, green, light, orange, pink, purple, rainbow, red, silver, white, yellow


Employment
apply for a job, boss, certificate, congratulations, hire, interpreter, interview, job application, opportunity, oppression

Family, Friends & Relationships
baby, boyfriend, date, family, father, get together, gift, hang out, memories, mother

Feelings
appreciate, bored, brave, concerned, confident, embarrassed, enjoy, excited, frustrated, happy, hurt

Food & Drinks
apple, bagel, bake, banana, BBQ, basket, bread, breakfast, buffet, cake, candy, carrot, cereal, champagne, cheese, chocolate


Fun, Sports & Entertainment
baseball, broadway show, dance, fun, game, golf, host (a party), lose (a competition), movie, parade, party


Government & Politics
campaign, congress, constitution, debate, defend, demand, discrimination, donation, equal rights, fight, freedom


Health & Illnesses
accident, ambulance, careful, clean, cough, dirty, doctor, emergency, fine, hospital, lip balm, medicine, nurse, recover, sick


Holidays & Occasions
birthday, celebrate, Christmas Eve, civil rights, costume, culture, declaration, decoration, fireworks, Graduation Day, Halloween, Independence Day, Labor Day, Martin Luther King Jr, Memorial Day, Merry Christmas

Idioms & Phrases in ASL
airhead, bonehead, dorky, clueless, I got no idea, love it, novelty, odd, really cool, taking advantage of, goofy


Numbers
1-30

People & Groups
army, community, Deaf, fireman, hearing, Irish, people, soldier, military


Places
Camping, country, Egypt, Europe, explore, farm, home, New York, restaurant, United States


Religion
angel, blessing, church, God, Jesus, miracle, Moses, prayer, sacrifice, spirit, Ten Commandments


School & Education
become certified, count, creativity, degree, discover, history, homework, internet, newspaper, pencil, picture, school bus, spring break


Shopping
buy, discount, jewelry, sale, shopping, store


Short Sentences
don't have, don’t like, don’t understand, don’t want, excuse me, good luck, how many, how much, I feel hurt, I love you, Do you know the teacher?


Time & Calendar
calendar, January, February, March, April, May, June, forever, midnight, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday


Transportation
car, helicopter, ship, train, boat


Useful Words & Adverbs
answer, but, chat, help, how, never, no, not, please, question, right, want, what is it for?, when, where, which, who, why, word, wow


Weather & Environment
blizzard, cloud, cold, earth, flower, grass, hot, humid, outside, rain, roses, snowman, spring

What's New in Version 1.2.2

Fixed more than a dozen videos, minor memory leak, removed obtrusive video controls from playback.

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Customer Reviews

A great way to learn 1000+ English words, phrases & idioms translated into American Sign Language!

Throughout this packed app, you will learn the alphabet, numbers, words, idioms, short sentences in complete videos with two Deaf ASL teachers. A total of over 1,000 English words/sentences/phrases/idioms translated into American Sign Language videos. Recommended for parents, teachers, students, professionals and just about every person new or familiar with the language.

Also, the quiz rocks! You will get to practice and even challenge your learning experience and knowledge of ASL signs and phrases with an interactive quiz!

This app is best for: K-12, ASL classes, libraries, families, interpreters and colleges!

signs are different from other people

I was so excited about this app because of the great reviews. But when I compare it with the other websites and other apps, they were off on some of their signing. The other apps and the websites were the same but not this app. If I could refund this app I would in a heart beat. I cannot rely on some of their signing and unfortunately I'm going to have to take it off my i-touch even though I just purchased it. I feel I wasted 2.99. Don't take my word if you don't want to, just compare it to other people and you'll see for yourself.

Great for beginners but..

This app has a wide range of basic vocabulary, much like learning any other language. The only problem I have is that it doesn't teach you how to make small talk. Things like, "what is your name? My name is..." or "how are you?" or "where are you from?" etc. Also, it doesn't explain verbs like to go, to be, all which are often used in any language. Otherwise, it's great for vocabulary.

Sign Language 101
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  • $3.99
  • Category: Education
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.2.2
  • Size: 183 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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