Learn how to sign cold, hot, rain, summer, and snow 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 cold, hot, rain, summer, and snow. As I've mentioned in previous clips, it's very difficult to learn all of these words at once. You might want to take one of these clips day by day and learn a couple new words, which is why we're only learning 5 words per clip. Let's start off with cold. That's an easy one. Imagine if you were cold. What would you be doing? You'd be shivering. Cold. Cold. Cold. This is again, where facial expression and body language is very important. Cold. Hot. Hot is a little bit different. You want to take your hand almost like a claw and like you're putting them to your mouth like you ate something hot or and something hot on a spoon perhaps. Hot. Then you take it away. Hot. Hot. Not to be confused with bad as what we did in an earlier clip. Bad is a flat hand. Bad. That's again with your facial expression you can signify bad. Bad. Whereas the difference is hot. Hot. Hot. Hot. Rain. Again, you want to take those sort of claws with your fingers. Rain. Rain, like it's falling. Rain. Rain. Not to be confused then with snow. We go from rain, rain to snow. Kind of like snowflakes gently falling from the sky. Rain. Snow. Rain. Snow. Finally, we have summer. Summer, you want to take the letter X like his and you want to move it across your brow like you're sweating. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer.
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