Video: https://youtu.be/qjueKHOYZNo Note: I attempt to notate some signs, so I would suggest you watch the video if you want to be clear on what the sign looks like. Also, fs is short for fingerspelling. Hello, welcome back! I was unsure about labeling this as an ASL Ponderings because this is more focused on linguistics and analyzing theContinue reading “Etymology | ASL Ponderings (sorta)”
The intro is a bit long, so if you want to jump ahead to the signs, jump to 1:45. Also, I won’t be doing a blog post because this is about signs but below the embedded video is a list of the words I sign and timecodes when they happen so you can easily referContinue reading “Queer Signs [VIDEO]”
Video: http://youtu.be/32oTN0XBKSA Hello! Welcome back. Before I jump into today’s post, I wanted to remind you that this post has a companion video, linked above. I’m going to go back through this website and modify the titles, so if the title has [VIDEO(S)], that means it’s only the video, and no blog post attached with it. IfContinue reading “Perception of Spoken/Written vs Signed Languages”
Video: https://youtu.be/V2DzUzdJYKQ Hello! I’m Rogan, and welcome to my YouTube channel/website. I’ve had several new people subscribe to me recently, so thank you for subscribing! I hope you will enjoy my posts/videos. Today, I want to talk about something related to one of my favorite topics: language. Language – it doesn’t matter if it’s spoken, written,Continue reading “Polyglots and the US”
Ren and I talk about different ASL signs that have no English equivalent, and some slang. Any time we use an ASL sign, they will be bracketed with [ ]. This is the second collab I did forever ago in May, and many thanks to Ren for being patient with me! Enjoy!
The article below perfectly sums up what every person who knows sign language has experienced at least once. The fact that so many people are clueless about a multitude of sign languages existing in the world. I mean, did you really think there was only one international sign language while there are so many differentContinue reading “Sign Languages – Wait, there’s more than one?”