Learn the British Sign Language Alphabet Infographic
After finally being recognised as an official minority language by the UK government back in 2003, more than 145,000 people within the UK now use British Sign Language as their preferred language of choice.
Although sign language is used across the world, there are wide variations even within countries. Sign language can be different depending on the regional variations, accents and colloquialisms that are found in spoken language.
For people who require the use of hearing aids or for anyone worried about the effects of hearing loss, sign language is a vitally important and invaluable communication tool.
But here we have produced a guide to the A-Z of the British Sign Language alphabet for both your right and left hands.
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