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American Sign Language: "autumn"


The sign for "autumn" is based on the idea of "leaves falling from a tree."
Your non-dominant hand represents the tree (not an upright tree, but more of a tired old leaning tree).  Your right hand represents leaves "falling from the tree." Use a double motion.  Remember do the movement with your dominant hand.

AUTUMN:



Sample sentence: "Do you like going for a stroll in a cool autumn breeze?"

= AUTUMN, WIND-[light], COOL, YOU LIKE CL:1-"go for a stroll"?


 



Sample sentence: "Which do you like best, spring, summer, or autumn?"
= SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN, YOU LIKE BEST WHICH?
 


 


Also see: LEAF



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