YESTERDAY: version 2
Here is another way to sign "YESTERDAY" that uses a "Y"
handshape. I recommend you just stick with using the "A"
handshape--because there are those who will say the "Y" handshape
indicates you are using "signed English" and not ASL. Oh
phooey. I see awesome Deaf signers using the "Y" version as their
"version of choice." Just because a sign is
"initialized" doesn't mean it is automatically "English on the
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