Welcome to the Free S.E.E. Dictionary, sign language with graphics!
Thank you for your patience 🙂 while we switched from photographs to graphics. Due to the fact that I have a form of dyslexia I have made several mistakes with the descriptions and graphics. Miss J. is going through and pointing out my mistakes so I can correct them. She is now on the V-Z page and will continue until she has checked them all. So pages A through U are correct. I wanted to get the basics on quickly, after Miss J. is done with the checking and we fix things, we will go forward with her checking things out before I (Mrs. J.) publish a post, thanks again for your patience.
In the mean time, have a blessed New Year.
We are planning to put on over 4,000 signs, so this will take us a while, please be patient with us while we dust off the computer. We are starting with the most used words in the order they appear on many different lists, then going alphabetical after that.
We hope that you find this site very helpful in learning Signing Exact English. Please use the contact form if you have any questions or suggestions.
Most people who learn sign language as a second way of communicating find that a combination of methods work best for them. We use S.E.E. most of the time but also make use of some A.S.L. signs as well.
Please feel free to use this site to learn with a friend, that makes learning much more fun.
We choose graphics to illustrate sign language, and hope this works for you.
Our staff members:
VP of Marketing – (Mr. Ted Stuffins) Another part of our team, we can find him in the kitchen stuffing himself with the latest bake goods, and it if is chocolate we are following close behind him.