Sign language is a valuable language to know—so test your muscle memory and see how much you've learned! Now that you’ve watched lessons on signing pronouns, colors, and questions, Ryan Moriarty of Sign Language 101 is here to test you on your skills. This quiz is conducted entirely in sign language, so make sure that you are comfortable with the signs, and have watched the corresponding lessons. Good luck, and let the signing begin!
This lesson will provide you with survival phrases you will need as a beginner of German and is all about miscommunication and misunderstandings you may encounter as a new speaker of the German language. It's completely normal to not understand a native speaker at first but there are some ways you can help bridge the language gap! Get ready for your next stay in Germany and Get Germanized today!
How do you sign colors? Ask, and sign language buff Ryan Moriarty shall answer! In this lesson in his Sign Language 101 course, learn how to sign colors and basic question words. The lesson covers the American Sign Language signs for red, orange, yellow, blue, green, pink, white, grey, black, tan, brown, gold, silver, ask, answer, who, what, when, where, why, how, which, and because.
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People from all over the world enjoy learning how to speak French with Alexa's popular French lessons. They’re fun, friendly and stress-free! This lesson is the last in a series entitled “French Essentials - Volume 1” that will help you learn French at a steady and enjoyable pace. This lesson covers the auxiliary verbs "avoir" (to have") and être (to be) which are crucial when it comes to using the past tense in French. Alexa’s “French Essentials” will lay solid foundations for future learning.
People from all over the world enjoy learning how to speak French with Alexa's popular French lessons. They’re fun, friendly and stress-free! This lesson is the eighth in a series entitled “French Essentials - Volume 1” that will help you learn French at a steady and enjoyable pace. This lesson covers the indefinite article in French - the two different ways French speakers say "a" (un & une) and the plural form 'des'. Alexa’s “French Essentials” will lay solid foundations for future learning.
Why just count numbers on your fingers when you can say numbers with your fingers? Test your knowledge of American Sign Language numbers and fingerspelling with this eight-question quiz from Ryan of Sign Language 101, and improve your linguistic and communication skills. The quiz is a great follow-up to Ryan’s previous lesson, "Numbers in Sign Language."
People from all over the world enjoy learning how to speak French with Alexa's popular French lessons. They’re fun, friendly and stress-free! This lesson is the ninth in a series entitled “French Essentials - Volume 1” that will help you learn French at a steady and enjoyable pace. This lesson covers French subject pronouns (je, tu, il, elle, on, nous, vous, ils, elles) which will help you conjugate French verbs. Alexa’s “French Essentials” will lay solid foundations for future learning.
Learn how to sign words for around the home! In this lesson from Sign Language 101, Ryan demonstrates signs for vocabulary words having to do with the house: room, door, couch, closet, basement, attic, and many more. These words will be useful in every day life, so feel "at home" using the signs for around the house!
So, you've been studying sign language, and have watched the lessons on families, relationships, and the home. Now, it’s time to test your memory and correct any signs that need adjusting! In this quiz from Sign Language 101, Ryan tests you on some of the most foundational and most important signs you’ll learn: those relating to the most important people in your life, your family and friends, and your home!
He can sign, she can sign... now you can sign, too! In this sixth lesson in the series from Ryan Moriarty of Sign Language 101, learn to sign personal and possessive pronouns, both singular and plural, in American Sign Language. The video also covers adding the 'self' ending to any pronoun and related vocabulary words, including 'person,' 'people,' 'any,' and 'every.'
Want to express your desires in French? To say that you want or are in the mood for something, use the always-flexible “avoir.” In this lesson, Learn French Now! shows you how to use the verb in a variety of situations in which you would want to express a desire or need. If you haven’t already, watch the previous lesson on how to conjugate “avoir” to apply the phrases used in this lesson to your conversational French.
Did you know the French verb “aller” can be used to describe how you are feeling? Learn more about “aller” and the preposition “chez” (which is often used in conjunction with “aller") in this tutorial by Learn French Now! As a bonus, you’ll also learn about the distinctly French accent mark, la cédille.
Don’t talk to the hand, talk with your hands! Test your knowledge of American Sign Language fingerspelling with this quiz from Ryan Moriarty of Sign Language 101. In this ten-question quiz, Ryan spells out words in ASL, and you must use your linguistic skills to figure out what he is communicating. The quiz is a great follow-up to Ryan’s previous lesson, "The Alphabet in Sign Language."
This lesson shows you how to conjugate and apply the French verb “dormir” in various contexts. Using full sentences and their English translations, Learn French Now! makes it easy for you to break down every word and phrase for the best results in conversational situations. Learn how to describe sleep with phrases like “sleeping well” and “still sleeping”; worlds like “bed” and “couch” to describe where one is sleeping; and use your conjugations to apply “dormir” to any subject.
You’ve already learned how to ask questions using “qu’est-ce que…” in French; now learn how to use “oú” to ask where something or someone is. Using common question-and-answer scenarios regarding a variety of places (the kitchen, the office, the movie theater, and more), Learn French Now! makes it easy to start incorporating “oú” into your vocabulary immediately.
Learning the days of the week and common phrases is helpful when building a foundation in any foreign language, but in order to engage in conversation, some greetings and other useful words are also useful. In this lesson from Sign Language 101, Ryan Moriarty teaches you important signs like “yes,” and “no,” as well as other basics like “please,” “thank you,” and “excuse me.” Add these words to your signing vocabulary, and you’ll be ready to chitchat in no time!
Learn to discuss your dashing duds in sign language! In this lesson from Sign Language 101, Ryan demonstrates the signs for the major articles of clothing, including those specific to women (ex: skirt) and men (ex: tie). You'll also learn the signs for accessories like jewelry, purses, and scarves. By the end of this lesson, you'll be able to discuss clothing in any conversation!
Your loved ones are the most important things in life—so make sure you know how to sign the name for each of your relatives! In this lesson from Sign Language 101, Ryan demonstrates how to sign all of the titles, names, and words relevant to your family (including the word “family”). Learning the reasoning behind many of the signs (like those for “girl,” “grandfather,” and “children”) will make mastering this new vocabulary a breeze. Finally, learn which titles/names are gender specific.