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British Sign Language

British sign language is the sign language used by the deaf in Great Britain. Although the United States and Britain share a spoken language, British Sign Language is separate and distinct from American Sign Language. One example of their differences is that ASL uses a single-handed alphabet while BSL uses two hands for their fingerspelling system.

See also; Makaton



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