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French Sign Language (LSF) is the sign language of the deaf in France.

Fact: American Sign Language (ASL) is most closely related to French Sign Language (LSF). The influence of LSF on ASL has been found that about 58% of signs in modern ASL are cognate to Old French Sign Language signs.

Now, aren’t you curious about 42%? You better watch this video to see some different alphabet signs!

Here’s the new thing I did with this video is to replay its alphabet of French Sign Language without ASL. You’ll be able to watch him signing only, which I hope it will help you learning better.

Hope you learned something new today! Enjoy learning the difference between ASL and Australia Sign Language.

Happy learning!

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