British Sign Language

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British Sign Language[1] (English: British Sign Language, BSL) is the sign language of the British deaf (3,525,000.[2]

The language makes use of space and involves movement of the hands, body, face and head.

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  1. Ethnologue - BSL
  2. .Deaf population on UK