Multiple Meaning Words are critical in American Sign Language (ASL). Some people may refer to them as “Concept” words. An example of multiple meaning words would be the word, “Run”. The sentence, “I enjoy running.” and “My nose is running.” use a totally different concept of the word, “run”. Recently, ASLdeafined added many multiple meaning word activities to help learners of American Sign Language (ASL) to practice these important words and concepts. If you haven’t seen these new activities yet, please login to ASLdeafined, and see for yourself. We are sure you will like them. If you have any ideas or suggestions for us, please let us know. We look forward to hearing from you.
What are some features you look for from an online ASL program?
Question: Some People have inquired about the number of lessons already on ASLdeafined, and how long it would take to complete all of them.
Answer: Right now, we have about 160 lessons on ASLdeafined.com. This includes retention exercises, reviews, quizzes, fingerspelling practice, and story time. The entire website is self-paced. Some people may complete all of the lessons in 9 months, while others will take one year to complete. On average, people tend to take around 11 months to complete all of the lessons. We continue to add more lessons monthly.
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