When you sign color with furrowed eyebrows, it is generally interpreted as "what
In a message dated 2/6/2004 8:08:40 PM Pacific Standard Time, moorchild-dreamer@_____.net
Dear Dr. Bill,
I'm having trouble with the sign for "color". Do you
simply hold the hand in front of your mouth and flutter the fingers?
You don't have to make contact with the chin. It is very common to just hold the hand in front of your neck and flutter the fingers
in front of (but not touching) the chin.
However, it is "okay" to do the flutter "on" the chin. Both methods are well accepted.
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