Posted 2009, updated 2021.
Enjoy the fable in sign language, ASL. For learners, the suitable level is intermediate. For beginners, develop your receptive skills. If you don't understand, it's okay. Just watch and pick up the patterns here and there.
When telling a title, sign TITLE and the title. E.g. TITLE fs-THE BEAR AND TWO TRAVELERS.
When telling a title of a book, movie, or a story in ASL, it's usually done as a transliteration rather than a translation. It's like glossing in signing for English titles.
Watch the fable translated into ASL.
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