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Learn Auslan: Fingerspelling the Alphabet

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Use this Auslan (Australian Sign Language) video to help your students learn how to make handshapes to fingerspell the 26 letters of the alphabet.

Auslan fingerspelling is used to spell out names of people and places for which there is not a sign. But it’s also used when the signer is unsure of how to sign a word or to clarify meaning.

There’s lots of repetition and time to practise. And the best news is that you can replay and revisit it as many times as you need to!

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