Think you know your alphabet so well you can recite it backwards? Well, time to try signing it!
The SgSL fingerspelling is based on the ASL fingerspelling. In fact, they are identical except for the letter ‘T’, which has been modified because the original sign is offensive in the local context.
Fingerspelling is integral to sign language and is used mainly for names and words that lack signs. Once you master it, you can pretty much communicate anything you want!
Check out the video here:
Here’s a ASL Fingerspelling chart. Note how the letter ‘T’ differs from the video.