Lessons in SignWriting: Flick-Squeeze Symbol

Lessons in SignWriting: Flick-Squeeze Symbol

The movement with these dots might look similar… …but there isn’t an emphasis on the closing… …squeeze like the Squeeze here. It’s an equal emphasis on both the squeeze and the flick. Not one more than the other. This is how to write SIGNING… …with the Flick-Squeeze-Flick Movement. This is how to write AMAZE… …with […]

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Lessons in SignWriting: Single Squeeze Symbol

Lessons in SignWriting: Single Squeeze Symbol

This symbol is for finger movements. The movement is at the middle knuckle joints here. It would be used for signs like ASK. This would be a way to write ASK… …without the Single Squeeze Movement Symbol. This would be a way to write ASK with… …the Single Squeeze Movement Symbol. Both are correct.

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Deaf Person Reacts To CL “I Quit” Music Video (American Sign Language) | Rikki Poynter

Deaf Person Reacts To CL “I Quit” Music Video (American Sign Language) | Rikki Poynter

Good morning. Really, it’s morning. It’s 4 in the morning. So why in the hell am I awake right now? CL, who is one of my favorite Korean artists, is releasing a new video. I saw a teaser for it yesterday. And I saw ASL! CL isn’t signing. But there are deaf people in the […]

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Christmas Gift Ideas For Deaf Friends And Family (ft Jazzy) (American Sign Language) | Rikki Poynter

Christmas Gift Ideas For Deaf Friends And Family (ft Jazzy) (American Sign Language) | Rikki Poynter

Hello and welcome back to the channel. Today is a really exciting day. I’m collabing with someone. You probably already guessed who. But I’m gonna tell you anyway. So I’m collabing with Jazzy. You might know her already. She lives in England and signs BSL. Also, she’s deaf. Obviously. Duh. Her channel has blown up […]

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Phone Apps You Need To Talk To Deaf People! | Rikki Poynter

Phone Apps You Need To Talk To Deaf People! | Rikki Poynter

Hello and welcome back to the channel and Vlogmas. Yesterday, I talked about being there for your deaf and disabled friends during the holidays. I talked about language, how learning sign language and you know, having apps can be really beneficial. And I mentioned that in the next video, which is this one, I would […]

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HOW TO SIGN SQUEEZE?

HOW TO SIGN SQUEEZE?

What’s up guys so today my girlfriend’s mom forgot some stuff for her pie business farmers market so I have to go dop it off so they’re there now So I’m here now. I brought the stuff He’s so sweet! Thank you so much! He saves the day almost every week thank you It’s hot […]

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Lessons in SignWriting: Sequential Squeeze Symbol

Lessons in SignWriting: Sequential Squeeze Symbol

This symbols is for squeezes in a sequential pattern. If the hand were here, it would close like this. So if it were this way, it would close like this. The squeezes close one at time in the direction of the arrow. This shows each finger closing… …one at a time starting with the thumb. […]

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Lessons in SignWriting: Repeated Squeeze Symbol

Lessons in SignWriting: Repeated Squeeze Symbol

The two filled dots mean a double squeeze… …for signs like MILK or ASKING. This would be a way to write MILK… …without the Double Squeeze Movement Symbol. This would be a way to write MILK… …with the Double Squeeze Movement Symbol. This would be a way to write ASKING… …without the Double Squeeze Movement […]

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