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Hotel and Hospitality Sign Language (Part 2) American Sign Language (ASL)

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American Sign Language (ASL) for Hotel-related signing.  

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American Sign Language (ASL) taught by Dr. Bill Vicars who is Deaf/hh. He holds an earned doctorate (accredited) in Deaf Studies from Lamar University in Texas and teaches Deaf Studies and ASL full-time (as of this post) as an tenured full-Professor at a major four-year state university.)  These videos do not use sound.  The lessons are taught without voice.  If the signing seems fast you are encouraged to first study the lessons at and then come back and watch the video.  This is an actual ASL student. You can learn along with her as she progresses. For additional lessons and signing information, visit

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    • Hotel and Hospitality Sign Language (Part 2) American Sign Language (ASL)
      00:13 hour(s)
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