There are more than 100 languages in the Philippines. You may be surprised to know that there is at least one non-verbal language as well. FSL stands for Filipino Sign Language, a form of visual and manual communication that includes facial expression and body movements used by deaf individuals and hearing interpreters in the Philippines.
FSL is a distinct language with its own content, grammar and principles that are not dependent on spoken English or Filipino languages and is a completely visually-oriented language.
Here are 8 FSL for terms related to the country’s current woes with mismanaged public funds, demonstrated by Ma. Elena Lozada. The signs in the videos are repeated twice.8. BRIBE
2. PORK BARREL
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies offers programs which are responsive to the needs of the Deaf. SDEAS offers Filipino Sign Language (FSL) classes every trimester. Contact 4005406, 5267441 local 239 or email@example.com. Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter (dls-csbsdeas). Visit http://www.deaf-e-news.blogspot.com/.