Sign Language Phrases: I'm Good

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Sign the phrase 'I'm Good' using these American Sign Language symbols. Talk to a deaf person in sign language with the basic conversational phrases in this free video on the American Sign Language from a signing expert.

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And we're learning easy basic things you say to a deaf person in their language. And we're already went over how to introduce yourself, "Hi, my name is John", "your name is what", "it's nice to meet you", "how are you". Now they're going to reply and then ask you how you doing. So, "how are you"? They'll say, "good". So you say good, "good", or I'm fine, "I'm fine". So that, "I'm fine", "I'm fine". "How are you"? "I'm fine". "How are you"? "I'm good". So when you say, "how you"? They turn say, "fine", or whatever they say. "I'm fine, good". "How are you"? What you're going to do? "I'm good. I'm fine". Or, "okay". Deaf people they say a lot, "okay". "Okay". Easy, simple. Simple, doesn't need to be complicated, they'd be happy with anything simple. "Fine". "I'm good".

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