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BUILDING: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "building"


You can use this sign to mean "build" or "building."
You can use either all four fingers on each hand or just the index and middle finger of each hand.  

I tend to use all four fingers on each hand when I'm signing a "building."   I tend to use just the index and middle fingers when I'm signing "build" or the process of "building."


 

Bent hand version:

   


 

"H" hand version:

 


 

Sample sentence: I THINK I LEAVE MY KEYS THIS BUILDING GARAGE [OR] ELEVATOR.

 

 


Notes: 

Also see: SKYSCRAPER
Also see: BUILD




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