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ASL: "Ross Dress For Less"


Question
An ASL student asked: How do you sign the store "Ross Dress For Less"?

Answer:
"Ross Dress For Less" store is typically signed by just fingerspelling "ROSS."
The only time you might need to sign "ROSS DRESS FOR LESS" is if it were the first time you were telling someone about the store and if there was no context.
If you are driving by the store you might just sign "I WANT GO THERE." Your communication partner might not be sure exactly which store. At which point you would fingerspell ROSS. Your partner would then have no question regarding the exact store to which you want to go.
 



 

Notes:
See: DRESS

See: CLOTHES

See: FOR

See: LESS

 




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