Lesson 101: Simple Phrases in Singapore Sign Language (SgSL)

Did you know that there are around 300 different sign languages in the world? In Singapore, the deaf communicate in their native sign language, Singapore Sign Language (SgSL). This language is a blend of Shanghainese Sign Language (SSL), American Sign Language (ASL), Signing Exact English (SEE) and locally developed signs. Jorena, who is deaf, teaches a few simple phrases in SgSL: 1. How are you? 2. I am fine 3. Thank you These signs are very beginner-friendly that people of all ages can pick it up without any difficulty. Check out her video now and use the signs when you communicate with the deaf.


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