10 Basic Filipino Sign Language That You Can Use Everyday

10 Basic Filipino Sign Language That You Can Use Everyday

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Sign language is a useful and courteous skill to learn, some even believe it should be taught in schools. Although going to school has been put to a halt because of COVID-19, there are several things you can learn from online platforms like YouTube for free! A great thing to learn is Filipino Sign Language otherwise known as FSL. Here are some basic signs that you can incorporate into your daily lives.

1. Hello.

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This simple greeting can either be done by putting your fingers together, placing your index finger to your forehead, and moving it away. Almost like a salute to the person you’re greeting.

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