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SHOES: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "shoes"
 


T
he sign for "shoes" is made by closing both hands and whacking them together twice:

 

Do it gently eh? No need to hurt yourself.



 


 

If you wanted to discuss "sandals" one way to convey that concept is:


 


 

If you were referring to "shoe laces" or "shoe strings" a common way to sign that is:

 

If you wanted to show the concept of "tie shoes" one way to express that concept:

 


 

If you were discussing "shoe polish" a common way to sign that is by signing "SHOE" and fingerspelling "POLISH":

 

Sample sentence: I should polish my shoes but I can't because I have no polish.

 

 


 

If you are talking about a person's behavior "goody-goody / goody two-shoes" a common sign used is:

 


 

Sample sentence: What size shoe do you wear?

 

 



Notes: 

See: CLOTHES

See: SIZE

See: SOCKS




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