Learn American Sign Language With Rocket Sign Language!

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Learn American Sign Language(And the best thing is – it only takes minutes a day)

Learn American Sign Language with Rocket Sign Language, the online Sign Language course that’s used by over 1,200,000 people, just like you, to master Sign Language

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  • You get instant access to a 24/7 lifetime trial of Rocket Sign Language
  • You’ll get 6+ hours of free trial lessons, voice recognition features and more
  • Be amazed at how much Sign Language you’ll learn in a short space of time

Use the Rocket Sign Language trial on any device

  • Use it on your computer and/or the free IOS or Android apps
  • You can download the audio lessons for learning on the go
  • All of your progress syncs between your devices                                                       Learn American Sign Language

Built on practical success strategies

  • Learn Sign Language using modern scientific learning methods
  • Uses the top 7 practical success strategies successful Sign Language learners use
  • You get the experience of over 10 years of research and development.
  • Sign languages share many similarities with spoken languages, which depend on sound, and linguists consider to be types of natural language.
  • Spoken and Signed Language show the same linguistic properties.
  • Body language is a kind of non-linguistic communication.
  • Sign languages the core of local deaf cultures and communities.
  • People with disabilities like augmentative and alternative communication also sign.It is not clear how many sign languages there are.
  • A common misconception is that all sign languages are the same worldwide or that sign language is international.
  • Aside from the pidgin International Sign, each country generally has its own, native sign language, and some have more than one.
  • The 2013 edition of Ethnology lists 137 sign languages. Some sign languages have obtained some form of legal recognition, while others have no status at all.
  • Learn American Sign Language