"Brilliant idea alert: later this month, a new restaurant will be opening up in Toronto called “Signs” on 558 Yonge Street, which promises to be Canada’s first “deaf” restaurant where customers are asked to order their dinners using only American Sign Language.
Staffed primarily by deaf servers, the restaurant hopes to provide “a kind of community service for a deaf population that often struggles to find employment in a speech-oriented workforce,” reports The Star.”
Anonymous said: Do you have a name sign?
I do not
Maybe one day though!! *fingers crossed*
Anonymous said: Hi! I have been learning ASL for a few weeks and i just realised something. My right hand is my dominant hand but i am signing as if the left one is the dominant one. Would it be a problem? I mean does it affect the meaning of the things i sign?
It doesn’t necessarily change the meaning, no. As long as your directional signs stay consistent.
Thats the key: consistency.