See he can dance

Have a look at our new SASL music video: “See he can dance.” This video contains music that Hearing people can also enjoy. Enjoy and drop a comment below!

Translation from South African Sign Language to English

See, see, see

He can dance

Whoa ,

Oh,

He can dance

Can, can, can

Oh, watch him, watch him, watch him

Oh whoa,

Oh whoa,

Oh,

See, see, see

Oh,

He can dance

Oh, see?

Oh,

Whoa,

Oh wow

Whoa

©️ Ismael Mansoor

Breaking News – SASL Humour

TRANSCRIPT:

1. Breaking News
The latest unknown airborne virus to be monopolizing humanity has yet to be identified.

2 years later

2. Breaking news
The unknown airborne virus discovered almost 2 years ago has confirmed that the common side effects is loss of hearing.

2 years later

3. Breaking News
As the unknown epidemic continues to grow in the world millions of people have lost their hearing.

2 years later

4. Breaking news
The Deaf community continues to grow at a rapid pace.

2 years later

5. Breaking news
As the sun rises upon another new day, humanity can no longer hear the birds chirping and the world as we know it has become silent.

By Bo Tasker, Darren Rajbal, and Ismael Mansoor

Sign Language or Signed English?

Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay

Number one sign English
I SEE YOUR ENGLISH IS NOT VERY GOOD.

Number two sign not English
ENGLISH SIGN YOUR ME DROWSY, WHY? BORED.

Number one sign English
IT’S IMPORTANT FOR ME TO SIGN ENGLISH,
BECAUSE I WANT MY ENGLISH TO BE GOOD.

Number one sign not English
THINK YOU ENGLISH DEAF? ENGLISH WHO?
HEARING YOUR NOT DEAF YOUR, WHY?
MOUTH VOICE EAR HEAR ENGLISH VOICE
IDEA WHO? HEARING YOURS. SIGN IDEA
WHO? DEAF YOURS.

Number one sign English
IF I SIGN ENGLISH WITH MY VOICE TO
HEARING PEOPLE I WOULD HAVE NO
PROBLEM BECAUSE THEY WOULD
UNDERSTAND THAT i AM SAYING
IN ENGLISH.

Number one sign not English
THINK YOU AMERICA OR ENGLAND?
WE SOUTH AFRICA ELEVEN LANGUAGES
NATION ONE NATION MEAN SIGN DEAF
NOT SIGN HEARING LANGUAGE, WHY?
IF SIGN HEARING LANGUAGE, IDEA YOU
KNOW ELEVEN LANGUAGES SIGN?

© Ismael Mansoor