Beginner I

Receptive practice in numbers between 1 and 100

Practice with the numbers between one (or zero) and hundred in receptive skill in ASL. Beginners level. Instructions below.

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Watch a random video, enter your answer (in numeral only) in the blank box, and click on the "Check" button for feedback. The answer will reveal for a couple of seconds before automatically move on to the next number. Scores will be erased after use.

For individual numbers, you also can check them in the ASL dictionary.

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