How to tell ASL cardinal numbers: 30 to 100

Learn the numbers from thirty to hundred in both receptive and expressive skills. Watch the video and practice the numbers. For individual numbers, you also can check them in the ASL dictionary.

Remember some tips:

Don't bounce your hand, except for the double numbers: 66, 77, 88, and 99.

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