ASL Experience with Chapelwood United Methodist Church

Are you thinking about becoming an interpreter? Maybe you are taking ASL as your foreign language in school and need additional practice? Maybe you feel called to serve in the Deaf community in some way. The full learning and understanding of a language involves much more than vocabulary or sentence structure. All language is unique in vocabulary, grammar, syntax, emotion, and more… including culture. ASL is a language unique to the community that uses it.

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