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 American Sign Language: "notice"


This sign can mean such things as "catch my eye" or "I picked that one out right away."



 

Notes:  The sign "notice" can be done directionally.  By that I mean you can drop the left hand (or your non-dominant hand) and instead move your index finger in the direct of that which is being noticed.

 

 

You can add emotion, specificity, and location to the sign for NOTICE: 


In the example above I am using an expression that indicates: "I didn't expect to see that but I noticed over there was a..."
 

 

Dr. Bill's Notes:

You would not use the typical sign NOTICE to mean the police posted a notice that the building was condemned. 
Instead see:

POST
INFORMATION 
 


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