0:221:58ME vs. MY in American Sign Language - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipSo it's going to be a flat hand on your chest just like this okay. So it's mine fingers. AreMoreSo it's going to be a flat hand on your chest just like this okay. So it's mine fingers. Are together touching your chest okay. So it's mine. And then the other one would be me.
The sign for "help" is made by closing your left hand into an "A." Place the outstretched palm of your right hand under the left "A" hand and raise both hands. Note: Some people do this sign by placing the right "A" hand on the left palm. (Do it however your local teacher or Deaf friends do it.)
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To sign “my“ in American Sign Language (ASL) form a flat hand and touch your chest twice. To perform the sign “name“ stick out your index and middle finger of both hands. Form a cross by moving the fingers of both hands together. Repeat the movement.
The sign for “I love you” is a combination of the fingerspelled letter I, L and Y. Your thumb and index finger together form an L, while your little finger forms an I. In addition, your thumb and little finger is expressing a Y. So if you combine all three handshapes, you get I-L-Y for I love you.
To do the sign for more, flatten out your hands then bring your thumbs and fingers together, to make flat 'O' hands in ASL. Then, bring your hands together and pull them apart repeatedly. Your baby will often simplify more, gleefully clapping their fists together.
FEMALE: This is the general sign for "girl." Place the tip of your thumb on your cheek. Slide the tip of the thumb forward and down along the cheek. Memory tip: Girls used to wear bonnets that they tied under their chin. [You might want to visit the BOY/GIRL "tour" page for more information.]
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"milk" American Sign Language (ASL) The sign for "milk" is made by forming a "C" and closing it twice into an "S" hand.
To sign water, take your dominant hand and extend and separate the three middle fingers while holding the thumb and pinkie finger together. Then tap your index finger on your chin a couple of times. To remember the sign, it is simply the ASL sign for 'W', going near your mouth.
To sign yellow, make a fist with the thumb and pinkie finger extended (the ASL sign for 'Y'), then position your hand by the side of your body and twist the hand back and forth.
The sign for "white" (as in the color white) starts as a flat hand with the thumb extended. As you pull the hand away from your chest, change the shape so that your thumb is touching the fingers.
American Sign Language: "can" The sign for "can" as in "possible" uses "S" hands that move downward about six inches. Note: If you use a double movement, it changes the meaning more toward being "possible." You can use a stronger movement to indicate more "assurance."
American Sign Language: "never" The sign for "never" looks a bit like a "karate chop." It has a movement path that follows somewhat of a question mark shape in the air. NEVER: Basically you make a downward swipe with the flat hand. Like a squiggly karate chop.
American Sign Language: "cookie" The right (or dominant) hand is in a loose "C" handshape. You bring the right hand down onto the left hand, then you lift up the right hand rotate it and bring it down again on the left hand. Twist your right hand as if cutting out cookies from cookie dough.
To sign soda, form your non-dominant hand into a fist, or the ASL letter S sign, while laying it down on its pinkie finger side. Then forming the ASL number 5 sign, bend the middle finger forward on your dominant hand and press it down onto the crevice of your fist, suggesting the straw you insert into your soda cup.
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