Japanese Deaf Man:To 25 Verbs In Japanese sign language(JSL)





Hi! I’m Maki. I was born in the Philippines and I moved to Japan with my family from the Philippines when I was 6 years old.

I hope that your Japanese sign language go well!
To25 verbs

Eat(食べる)
Drink(飲む)
Jump(ジャンプ)
Walk(歩く)
Run(走る)
Sit(座る)
Stand(立つ)
Sleep(寝る
Fly(bird)
fly(airplane)
Cry(泣く)
Wake up(起きる
Stop(止める)
Push(押す)
Pull(引く)
Open(あける)
Close(閉める)
Wash(洗う)
Throw(投げる)
Drop(落とす)
Hit(殴る)
Cut(きる)
Drive(ドライブ)
Hug(ハグ)

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4 Replies to “Japanese Deaf Man:To 25 Verbs In Japanese sign language(JSL)”

  1. raikeroth lins

    JSL is so surprisingly logical (verbs at least) 🤔
    Of course you need to repeat several signs to remember them, but most of them are easy to guess just from looking.

    Thanks for the lesson!

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