Learn how to sign wash, clean, dirty, comb, soap, and toilet 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 some bathroom necessities; wash, clean, dirty, soap, comb, and toilet. First, wash. If you're going to wash it looks like you're scrubbing something. Wash. Wash. You're either clean, like a surface is clean. Clean. Clean. Or dirty, you take your fingers and you wiggle them under your chin. Dirty. Sort of to signify that crumbs are falling off of your face. Dirty. Clean or dirty. If you're dirty you'll need to wash. Soap. Soap. Soap. You take your hand and you bend it slightly and move it back towards you. Soap. You wash with soap. Wash with soap. Comb. Take your fingers much like you're going to comb your hair. Comb. Comb. Finally, toilet. Take the letter T. Again, alphabet is so important in all of the sign language. T, and you just tap your hand slightly. Toilet. Toilet. Toilet.
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