Sing in Sign Language – Video & Image Included
We can connect and communicate with one another through music. Music has enriched every culture throughout human history, regardless of origin. In fact, singing is among the easiest and most accessible ways for us to take part in music-making. We are the instrument, so we already have everything we need to get started.
Today we’ll learn the word Sing in sign language. Based on the language you’re learning, you’ll obviously come across the word Sing early on in your sign language journey. The words for Sing in American Sign Language (ASL), British Sign Language (BSL), and other sign languages are not similar.
For our purposes today, we’ll only be discussing British Sign Language, and we’ll walk you through the steps of signing Sing in BSL with lots of pictures and videos.
So let’s begin.
Sing in Sign Language
Before moving on to the main topic, you need to understand a specific fact about BSL. You need to use both of your hands to communicate because it is a two-handed language.
Therefore, when learning BSL, it’s important to understand what “dominant hand” and “non-dominant hand” means. If you are right-handed, that’s your dominant hand. As a result, your left hand is non-dominant and vice versa.
The base hand is another name for the non-dominant hand.
Let’s move on to the BSL demonstration of how to sign Sing. Please first watch the video we have given below.
Please follow the steps we’ll discuss shortly.
1. Start with a normal posture.
2. Raise both of your hands.
3. Using the index and middle fingers of both hands, make the “V” symbol and rotate it repeatedly.
4. Say the word ‘Sing’ while doing the sign.
So that’s how we sign the word Sing in sign language. Maintain a regular practice schedule to ensure that it is completely set in your memory. Otherwise, it can be easily forgotten and lost from your memories.