How to Learn Indian Sign Language (ISL) Part 2, with soif ali

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Learn ASL: Beginner Lesson for Family Signs, Part 1: Immediate Family in American Sign Language

Sign up for the monthly newsletter at! In this video, practice the signs for MOTHER, FATHER, DAUGHTER, SON, SISTER, BROTHER, and so on. You'll notice that female signs tend to be signed at chin-level, and male signs at the temple/forehead. You may see some variation in these signs, particularly with respect to starting handshape (given the compound sign history explained in the video). Timestamps to find each sign are below, and next family videos to come for extended family in the next few weeks :) Happy Holidays! 0:15 FAMILY 0:36 MOTHER (or MOM) 1:04 FATHER 1:32 PARENTS 1:46 BABY 2:11 DAUGHTER 2:40 SON 3:00 CHILDREN 3:14 KIDS 3:25 SISTER 3:50 BROTHER 4:04 SIBLINGS 4:27 WIFE 4:55 HUSBAND 5:20 PARTNER 5:30 SWEETHEART (refer to a significant other) Part 2 shows signs for grandparents, grandchildren, cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews: Part 3 shows even more special family words like in-law, half, step, and twins:

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How to Learn Indian Sign Language (ISL) Part 2, with Kamrul.Full explain with example Parameters of Sign- soif alu

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