When learning a new language, it really helps to learn how to communicate what we talk about the most, and let’s face it, one thing that we talk about nearly everyday is food. With that in mind, I’ve gathered some great videos that can help you build up your vocabulary when it comes to the subject of food.
- Sentences about Meals | ASL Meredith
- Meals & Fast Food | ASL That
- Breakfast Foods | Sign Duo
- 25 Basic Signs about Food | Chris Gorges
Now that you have learned some signs related to food, let’s put them into practice! This week we are hosting a free ASL group practice session and the theme is all about foods and drinks. Come join us on October 21th at 5:00 PM Pacific on Zoom to find a practice partner or join the live stream over on YouTube.
Learn ASL The Easy Way
October 21, 2020 – 5:00 PM Pacific
Theme: Foods and Drinks
If you will be joining us on Zoom, just let us know what skill level you are by adding new, beginner, intermediate, or advanced to the end of your name and we will create a small breakout room for you to join. You will have about 30 minutes to turn your voice off and make the communication happen any way you can.
These sessions are great for increasing your exposure to the language, getting out of your comfort zone, and using what you have been learning in a real world setting. They really help us get nail all three fundamental keys of learning a new language. Plus, you get to talk about your pets or your favorite animals with others!
For the past 6 months we have really enjoyed being able to host these free ASL group practice sessions for anyone interested in finding others to practice with. We know how challenging it can be to try to learn on your own and we are happy to facilitate a place where you can meet and practice with others.
If you’d really like to take your learning to the next level, don’t miss out on our upcoming 7-day Challenge which kicks off on November 2nd. Anyways, we hope that you can make it to this week’s practice session. In the meantime, stay safe, and take care, and keep on learning. See you soon!
3 thoughts on “How to Sign Food in ASL”
This is Connie Foulke. I missed the practice today because I just couldn’t figure out how to get to the meeting. By the time I figured it out I was past the cut off time. Next time I will go directly to my email to find the message with the meeting information. I am not the best with computers. I was here on time and everything. I even know the sign for disappointed. Well tomorrow then. Later Connie
Kathleen willtry to go
On zoom at 8PM tonight. If kathleen cant figure it out.i will
That’s great, I hope that Kathleen was able to make it.