ASL


I have a sudden and very strong urge to learn American Sign Language.

Well, that’s only partially true, as I’ve always had an interest in ASL. I’m just now feeling more serious about it.

I’ve looked it up and apparently there are immersion ASL courses offered by Deaf Alberta, but they’re $430 per class (there are five levels, so five classes), which is way more than I think I can afford right now.

Maybe some day…

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One response

  1. ASL is considered by many companies to be a second language, and always looks great on a job application. I’m sure there are plenty of self taught books and materials that would be free.

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