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HANDS: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "hands / hand"
 

HANDS:

This sign looks sort of as if you are cutting off your hands at the wrists.    Use the pinkie-edge of the right b hand to "slice off" the non-dominant hand.  Then use the left b-hand to slice off the dominant hand.            

(I know that sounds gross, but at least you will remember the sign eh?)

 

 


 

Sample sentence: Do your hands tend to become cold?

 

 


 

If you want to express the concept of "second hand" or "hand me downs"

 

 


 

If you want to discuss "hand sanitizer" there are two versions. One shows a pump bottle, the other shows a squeeze bottle.

 

 

HAND SANITIZER (pump):

 

 

HAND SANITIZER (squeeze):

 

 



Notes: 

See: BODY

See: WRITE

See: APPLAUSE




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