Resources for ASL?

Does anyone know any good resources I can use to improve my listening comprehension for American Sign Language? I'm already in ASL 2, (I take it in school) but I still don't consider myself all too great at listening, while I'm okay at signing myself.

I watched a video by Langfocus where he basically says that a way to improve your comprehension of a language is to study it every day by watching videos that are spoken in the language. I'm pretty sure, despite being a Signed Language, that this as well can improve comprehension.

If you know of any resources I can use, please tell me. Thanks!

April 9, 2017


I don't know if anyone's heard of her, but I know of a yt signer, Trish Wooten. The signs I've learned from her have been pretty helpful :)

April 9, 2017
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When some survey here asked what languages should be implemented next, I mentioned (among other things) ASL. My post on ASL got downvoted like 4 times; yours was at -2 before I upvoted you. What do people here have against it? It has a real use, unlike Klingon, High Valyrian, or really even Esperanto. I'm personally not deaf, don't know anybody that is, and not learning ASL myself, but I do see the importance of it. I don't know how to help you other than what's already written in the comments, I just want to know what's up about it. Good luck with your studies.

April 10, 2017

I don't know but a lot of major public speeches are now having a signing translation with them try searching YouTube for public address and signed would be my guess

April 9, 2017

You might find this thread helpful if you havent't already seen it----->.

April 9, 2017

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    I don't know any resources, but I wish you good luck!

    April 9, 2017

    Those are some of my favorite resources. I'm learning ASL too!

    April 9, 2017

    Your absolutely best resource is your local Deaf community.

    April 11, 2017
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