American Sign Language (ASL) is a fascinating language that many people start to see its value and purpose. It is a visual language formed by organized hand gestures, body movements, and facial expressions. Learning ASL won’t just create meaningful relationships, but will provide more job opportunities, as it’s becoming increasingly essential in many workplaces. Its growing popularity highlights the demand of non-verbal communication that enriches confidence in communicating with people in everyday scenario.
Here’s the alphabet to get you started in learning ASL:
Non-verbal skills come in handy when giving presentations, making sales pitch or working with a team. Learn more about the world of ASL with our Deaf Etiquette Guide, and online ASL courses, available to learn from English, Arabic and Spanish.