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American Sign Language: "think-same"


The sign for "think-same" means "I agree" as in "I am thinking the same as you are on this topic."
 

Handshape:  Start with an index finger, and then change it into a "Y"-hand.


Movement:  The sign starts an inch or two away from the head and moves to touch the index finger to the forehead.  Then change the handshape into a "Y" hand as you "slide" the sign forward toward the person you are talking to. And then slide it back toward you just a bit and finally slide it back toward the person you are talking to.
 


 


Also see:  THINK
Also see:  SAME-AS


 


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