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American Sign Language: "audience"



AUDIENCE (version 1)

Notes: You might have seen the sign "SCADS" in an "ASL Classifiers" class and have wondered how that is different from this version of the sign AUDIENCE.  They are basically the same sign except the sign SCADS tends to almost always use a much more intense facial expression. See: SCADS
 



AUDIENCE (version 2)
The concept of audience is often signed with the palms back toward yourself. This is especially true of a theater or stadium audience that rises "into the bleachers."

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