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American Sign Language: "chase" or "pursue"



 

The dominant hand chases the non-dominant hand.  The non-dominant hand makes a smooth gliding motion as it travels forward and to the side.  The dominant hand makes a frantic spiraling forward motion as it tries to catch up to the non-dominant hand but never succeeds.

 



Sample sentence:  Why do dogs chase cats? = "DOG CHASE CAT, WHY?"

 

Sample sentence:  Name something that a dog chases.

 


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