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Learn Sign Language

Learn Sign Language Lesson 4 of 40

Say It With Sign

by Sharon Neumann Solow, M.A.

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SAY IT WITH SIGN - Lesson 4 of 40: "Basic Conversation"
Some Signs in this lesson: morning, noon, night, day, all day, you, better, how, yesterday, tomorrow, wonderful, happy, not, sleep, know, because, wake, why
Some Dialogue in this lesson: how are you this morning? I'm really tired; why are you tired? because last night the baby didn't sleep; I didn't know the baby didn't sleep; you were sleeping so well, I didn't want to wake you; thank you - yesterday I was very tired; tonight, you sleep; thank you; I'm happy
Fingerspelling practice words: DAD, BED, BEBE, DEB, BEAD, DEAD, BEE, DEED, BADE, ED, EBB, BE

Larry and Sharon Solow have devoted their lives to teaching Sign Language to children and adults of all ages,
while Sign Language has become the third most popular language in the United States, after English and Spanish.

You can learn basic conversational American Sign Language (ASL) from this Series, and especially benefit from
every fifth lesson, which is a comprehensive review of the preceding 4 lessons.

If you would like to have a complete set of all 40 of these lessons in a 10-DVD set, for yourself or as
a gift for someone else, they are available at Magic Lamp's SIGN LANGUAGE website on the Internet.


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SAY IT WITH SIGN - Lesson 4 of 40: "Basic Conversation"
Some Signs in this lesson: morning, noon, night, day, all day, you, better, how, yesterday, tomorrow, wonderful, happy, not, sleep, know, because, wake, why
Some Dialogue in this lesson: how are you this morning? I'm really tired; why are you tired? because last night the baby didn't sleep; I didn't know the baby didn't sleep; you were sleeping so well, I didn't want to wake you; thank you - yesterday I was very tired; tonight, you sleep; thank you; I'm happy
Fingerspelling practice words: DAD, BED, BEBE, DEB, BEAD, DEAD, BEE, DEED, BADE, ED, EBB, BE

Larry and Sharon Solow have devoted their lives to teaching Sign Language to children and adults of all ages,
while Sign Language has become the third most popular language in the United States, after English and Spanish.

You can learn basic conversational American Sign Language (ASL) from this Series, and especially benefit from
every fifth lesson, which is a comprehensive review of the preceding 4 lessons.

If you would like to have a complete set of all 40 of these lessons in a 10-DVD set, for yourself or as
a gift for someone else, they are available at Magic Lamp's SIGN LANGUAGE website on the Internet.


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