"Top 10% Graduate @UT Tyler of 2011"
Sign language is not a universal language; in fact American Sign Language(ASL) is primarily used in the deaf community, but is not fluent with the English language. ASL is a series of signs in which a hard of hearing or deaf individual communicates with short signs without signing every word. On the other hand, English sign language has a sign for every word in the English language and is widely used in colleges/universities. Primarily, I perform English, but I can interpret ASL. I gained my knowledge of this language since I was 11 years old. I am not certified, but I have been recognized by ... More