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SUGGEST: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "suggest / recommend / offer / propose"
 

The sign for "suggest" moves the palm-up flat hands in an arc forward and up and then down a bit. Think of "laying an offer on the table."

SUGGEST / OFFER / RECOMMEND:

 

 


 

One handed version can mean  PROPOSE / SUBMIT / ASSERT / BID:

 


 

Sample sentence: If the class has a party, what would you suggest to do?

 



Notes: 
See: SUBMIT

See: PLAN

See: REFER

See: PROMISE




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