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American Sign Language: "Saturday"

The sign for "Saturday" circles an "S."
Note: The orientation can be palm forward, or "palm up" (the hand is still in a fist shape, but if it were open the palm would be facing up).  Most native signers tend to do it "palm up" because it is easier on the wrist.



Sample sentence: "Saturday night I'm going to a party. Do you want to come with me?"


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