Hello, today we’re going to learn signs
related to work — maybe in a store or a restaurant, so that in your job when a
Deaf customer comes in, you can sign to communicate with them! You ready to
begin? Hello welcome welcome how are you? how are you? Can I help you? May I help you? and again: don’t forget to raise your
eyebrows, because it’s a question–right? can I help you? are you deaf? do you sign? again eyebrows up because it’s a yes or
no question: do you sign? yes. yes. No no For the sign NO, shake your head – like
this: no so maybe a deaf person asks you: “Do you
sign?” and you’re so-so, right? You might sign: “I know a little” Again: “I know a little bit.” please please sorry sorry Understand. If it’s a question: “Do you
understand?”, raise your eyebrows. To sign that you *don’t* understand, you can shake your head ‘no’: Don’t understand I don’t understand or maybe you’ll sign “I don’t” —
with the sign NOT right — so ME NOT UNDERSTAND is also “I don’t understand.” You don’t *have to* sign the word NOT, but if you forget to shake your head then
it’s important that you add in the ‘NOT’. but shaking your head is more important:
“sorry I don’t understand” again again slow slow so maybe you’ll sign: “sorry I don’t
understand” “please sign again slow” paper want want some people sign it this way: WANT. kind of goes outward: WANT but it’s the same sign / same word:
WANT “want paper to write?” so it’s like “do you want paper to write on” / “do you want
people to write a note” — so it would be WANT PAPER WRITE you can also offer writing back and forth; so this is a slightly different sign means
that you’ll take turns — that’s how you’ll communicate, by writing notes back and
forth. For example: “paper do you want to write back and forth?” “want to write back and forth on paper?” and of course if they sign “YES”,
that means you should look for / go get some paper! “you want what?” meaning what do you want? have have
could mean “I have something” / “we have something” or if something is here — something’s present — so like: “yes we have that” “no we don’t have that” and again shaking your head indicates “NOT have”– “no don’t have it” you can also sign “no none”
meaning we don’t have any or there is none. “no none” ready thats the ‘R’ hand shape: READY? eyebrows up again cuz it’s a question: ready? Ready to order? ready to order? food your food is ready. your food is ready are you finished? the sign FINISH, your mouth makes that
“fish” “fish” mouth — means are you done “are you ready?” you can also point to items and say “is this all?” so if someone’s shopping, maybecollecting things and bringing them to you and ready to pay, you can sign “is this all?” point toward the items and then sign FINISH? pay pay there’s a second version that looks like
this: PAY the sign PAY is directional, so it
changes depending on who is doing what and who’s where in space. So PAY-ME, for
example, would go inward. but in general if you just sign to PAY, they’ll
understand. The general sign PAY would look like that, going outwards: “Ready to pay?” “you can pay over there” — so maybe if
someone asks you “PAY WHERE” right? ‘Where do I pay?” “pay where? — your response would
be something like “pay over there” and you’d point toward whichever direction
the cashier is in. “the register is over there.” “how are you paying?” is “YOU PAY HOW” cash credit card or credit “are you paying with cash or credit?” so literally it would be “cash credit which?” cash only cash only — cash only, meaning credit’s not
allowed here. money PRICE or COST is an x handshape going
down the opposite palm: PRICE or COST DOLLAR maybe “ten dollars” for money signs please watch my other videos about money, numbers etc. there are too many signs for
here, so that can be for later. For now: cost or price “all together”– all together. So that might be like summing up the price of all the different items
to a total cost For example: “this altogether cost $10” or “altogether it costs $100” “cost reduced” or “on sale” discount — so it’s like the price
decreasing: “price reduced” so it means there’s sale or maybe just one item has a reduced price. cheap cheap expensive expensive free free thank you thank you for coming thank you for coming so if someone to you signs “thank you”, to respond, you can sign “thank you” back – like this: you can also sign, you know, “it was nothing”, “it’s fine”, “no problem”… again I have a whole different video about that. and finally for fingerspelling the alphabet — ABC etc. I have a different
video, as well, it’s too long for here. but otherwise that’s it! You’ve got WELCOME,
COST, communication methods… and that’s it for today! So I hope that helps! Any other signs you want to learn please let me know, and you might want to check out my other videos for fingerspelling, numbers, and so on. Have a good day! Bye.