A friend of mine was explaining to her friends how she had learned to sign English.
The English I had learned in school was a strange, complicated language.
It had a wide range of words, and it used many different writing systems to spell out the words.
When I learned a language as a child, I had to figure out what it meant by a particular word.
But it was hard.
A language is a lot like a human being: it has many different ways of understanding something.
This can make it hard to understand the same thing in different ways.
Sometimes people have a hard time figuring out what a sign means when it sounds the same in several languages.
One of the most common mistakes I’ve noticed is that people try to pick out the sign language that they can understand.
For example, they might be interested in Japanese.
Then they hear a sign and decide, “Oh, that’s not really Japanese, it sounds like English.”
But it is a sign language.
When you learn a language you also have to learn how to interpret its signs.
But this is really hard.
It is not a language that is easy to learn.
It requires a lot of practice and understanding.
It takes time.
So why do we use sign language?
Because of our relationship with language.
I have a friend who is a writer and also a linguist.
She said, “I love the way that people sign.
They have this way of signing where they sign their names or their names of friends.
And then I can just hear them say the word and then it becomes clear.
Then I can then try to figure it out.”
This sounds like a nice way to learn English, but it’s not.
When we sign our names or when we say things like “good morning” or “hello” we’re saying something that has a different meaning in other languages.
So when we hear a language we know, we can use sign as a way to hear the same information in different languages.
We can try to understand each other’s sign language in a new language, but sometimes we can’t because we’re not in the same place.
So this is one of the reasons why you have to understand a language first.
For more on this topic, see our article about how to study sign.