Signs for LEARN
Definition: to gain knowledge (of something) or acquire skill in (something).
A plural form, meaning "in the process". E.g. "I've been learning a lot." Or "I am still learning."
Verb inflection: to learn from (her/him, etc.) You can change the direction of the palm orientation to indicate whom one learns from who.
[Note: ASL writing is not an official standard. This sign language writing remains in a state of open space to allow room for experiment, evolution, and improvement.]
Written ASL digit for "LEARN". [Contributed by ASLwrite, 2019]
Deaf Culture and tidbits
Sign Language Learning
How hard is it to learn sign language? Or, how easy it it to learn sign language?
Before signing up for the ASL 101 or equivalent classes, most of our students thought it would be easy to learn it. Somewhere during the near-middle of the semester, most of the students admitted it's rated as "fairly hard" and some "fairly easy". "Hard" or "really hard" for the few others and pretty easy for the few ones. This curve is similar to other foreign or second languages, such as German, Spanish, and French.
This website has tutorials where you can learn ASL.