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American Sign Language: "don't like"


The sign "don't-LIKE" provides a good example of "reversal of orientation for negation."
What you do is you do the sign "LIKE" and then your "reverse the orientation" (the direction in which the palm is facing) and you flick the fingers open.

don't-LIKE:

 


Also see: LIKE


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