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American Sign Language: "earn"


The sign for "earn" looks sort of like grabbing some money.
The dominant hand starts in a "C" handshape and changes into an "S" handshape as it moves back along the surface of the palm-up, flat, non-dominant hand.

EARN:

 


side view of EARN:


 



Sample sentence:  How do you earn money? = YOU EARN MONEY HOW?





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