Alphabet in Turkish Sign Language

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This is one of videos I started realizing how important it is for me to share each country’s sign language.

Not only that, I bumped into this wonderful Turkish Deaf guy in the southern of Turkey. And we ended up traveling together for 5 days. The best part was, he didn’t know how to sign in International Sign or American Sign Language. Me neither, I didn’t know how to sign in Turkish Sign Language. Yet we managed to understand each other by gesturing and teaching each other constantly.

That was the day I suddenly realized how powerful this Deaf connection is.

However, you’ll be amazed by how different the alphabet of Turkish Sign Language from the alphabet of American Sign Language!

Share with your friends and loved ones if you think this is cool for them to learn!

Turkish’s written alphabet: a, b, c, ç, d, f, g, ğ, h, ı, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, ö, p, r, s, ş, t, u, ü, v, y, z

Cool, huh?

Besides, about the choppy editing between letter O and S… To err is human. We made couple of mistakes in that part, so please pardon us. smile emoticon

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