American Sign Language (ASL) is incredibly useful and fun to learn. However, becoming an ASL expert can be quite challenging because classes aren’t common despite how widely-used the language has become. Luckily, you can master Sign Language with the All-in-One American Sign Language Bundle. If you need a sign to try it, then this bundle is also on sale for $35.
The All-in-One American Sign Language Bundle is an 11-course bundle with over 30 hours of instruction teaching you everything from the basics to advanced sign vocabulary. Those who have never signed can start from the beginning in “American Sign Language: Beginner.” There, you’ll the history of ASL, the ASL alphabet, and other core concepts and terms like colors, short story signing, and the history of sign. It’s a great starting point.
After that, advanced learners can start learning ASL for specific topics. You can work through the courses on a linear path or bounce between them, focusing only on what you need to know when you need to know it.
Many of the courses in this bundle are led by Able Lingo, an organization that specializes in teaching ASL. It’s led by a TESOL- and TEFL-certified instructor and former police officer who often communicated with and served members of the deaf community while on duty. His courses cover emotions, family, even animals, and numbers. By the time you’ve reached the end of this bundle and practiced a bit on your own, you’ll be able to make yourself clearly understood to people who have been signing their whole lives.
In some capacity, sign language has existed as long as there have been people who need it. There’s documentation to show sign language hundreds of years ago, and by learning it yourself, you’re learning one of the oldest modes of human communication. Also, you won’t need subtitles if you rewatch the episodes of Hawkeye with Echo in them.
For a limited time, you can get the All-in-One American Sign Language Bundle on sale for $34.99 (Reg. $618), 94% off! Sign up for courses today or give them to a friend as a gesture of goodwill.
Prices subject to change.