Sign Language Sentences- The Basic Structure

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This video helps you learn sign language sentences and the basic sentence structure. ****** Get the worksheet to try your hand at ASL sentences

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—- Camera —-
Canon Rebel t6i

—- Microphone —-
Rode Mic
Both camera & mic

—- Lighting —-
Lighting Kit

—- Background —-
backdrop stand
Black Sequin Backdrop (2)

—- Editing —-
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About This Video:
In this video lesson Rochelle Barlow teaches you the asl grammar rules for sentences. Watch the video to see the basic ASL sentence structure, how to create your own ASL sentences, and understand the parts of an ASL sentence (time, topic, comment). Download the free worksheet to make your own ASL sentences.

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