Learn Indian Sign language "BASIC 25 WORDS" Part I

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Learn Indian Sign language "BASIC 25 WORDS" Part II

He is here again to sharpen your Intelligence Quotient with a new set of 25 basic words used in Indian Sign Language. Did we ever think of using words like I, My, You, Thank You, Welcome etc. in a sign language. Let's take a sneak peak in what Mr. Arun C. Rao want us to know in this short video. So next time when you use any of these words explained in this video make sure you recollect the sign for each of them. Previous videos at http://bit.ly/1iarHNr & http://bit.ly/1iODQ0b Visit us for more special shows like this : https://www.bumperclap.com https://www.facebook.com/bumperclapent https://twitter.com/BumperClap Subscribe Now ! https://www.youtube.com/user/bumperclapent?sub_confirmation=1


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With nearing to 1000 views in just a month for our previous video at http://bit.ly/1iarHNr Mr. Arun C. Rao is once again here to teach you the the basic 25 Golden Words. This is an important skill that is completely ignored these days, try to learn few of them and try to communicate with people for whom sign is the only form of communication. We are sure you would feel happy & making them a part of the league gifted with voice.

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