ASL is the abbreviation for American Sign Language, a type of sign language used in the United States to help deaf and hard-of-hearing persons communicate. It is based on French Sign Language. It is not the same thing as "signed English" and requires a specialized degree (SLI- Sign Language Interpreter) in order to be certified to translate. ASL is fun to learn and easy to teach to young infants (approx 10 months and up), whether deaf or hearing, and can help ease frustrations while the child is learning to communicate.
For internet usage, "asl" stands for "age, sex (gender), location".
Commonly used in creepy chat rooms. Typically, it is answered like this "19/m/USA"
ASL stands for "American" Sign Language, so, it stand to reason that all other countries use their own forms.
a=age s=sex(gender) l=location
How do you say "do" in ASL
There are many ASL videos. There are two or three ASL on Netflix.
asl = age/sex/location
Answer from Summershorti:I take ASL classes, and I don't think there is a "because" in ASL language. You know, in ASL the language is different so there are variations.In ASL, the term 'because' is the exact same as the sign for 'why'. In ASL, a lot of statements are said by asking questionsExample: My name is Daniel"MY-NAME-WHAT-D-A-N-I-E-L"
The abbreviation of asl Is American Sign Language
Aidin Khataei-Asl was born in 1984.
Asl - 2014 was released on: USA: 2014
ASL stands for American Sign Language. ASL is used in the United States. The only other country that uses ASL is Canada and it is only used by English speaking residents.
see my answer to "what is sign for King in asl?" here:What_is_sign_for_king_in_asl
ASL uses English for its sentax and word clues.