Alphabet in German Sign Language

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Trust me on this one, keep watching until the end!

The letters in the German alphabet are the same as in English; however, there are four more letters which you will come across in the German language: ä, ö, ü and ß (ä mean ae. ö mean oe. ü mean ue. ß mean ss).

In that case, these extra four letters are not part of the alphabet, which is why my friend end up going solo after I was finished with the alphabet.

Hope you learned something new today! Enjoy learning the difference between ASL and German Sign Language.

Happy learning!

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