Learn how to sign I, me, you, we, look, and wait with American Sign Language (ASL) tips in this free online sign language video tutorial clip.
today we're going to be learning some basic signs, words, phrases in sign language. In this clip, we're going to learn the words I, me, you, we, look, and wait. Now, you'll notice a lot in sign language very much like the spoken language that many hand signs in sign language mean the same thing. For instance, I and me, meaning the same thing just depending how you're putting them into a sentence. I is the same as me. You want to take your pointer finger and point towards yourself. I. Me. Same as I'm sure you can figure out you. You. You. You really want to extend your arm towards the person. You. I. Me. You. We. Still take your index finger, start it at your shoulder though. We. And you would point to that person and go in a half circle towards your other shoulder. We. We. We. Look. Look. Take the V, the letter V, start off at your eyes and then point in the direction where you want the person to look. Look. Look. Look. Finally, wait. Put your hands out in front of you and you wiggle them. Wait. Wait. Wait.
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