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American Sign Language: "everyday" or "daily"


The sign for "everyday"  is variation of the sign "tomorrow"
Do the sign "tomorrow" twice rapidly and it means "everyday."  See: "TOMORROW"
 

This sign can also mean "daily," "common," or even "regularly."

EVERYDAY:


 

Sample sentence: "Do you think children should change their underwear daily?"

 



EVERYDAY (side view)

 



Notes:
Just recently I watched a friend of mine use the sign "everyday" to order a "regular" size drink. She was signing to her Hearing friend who was interpreting her order at a restaurant.
 


See: REGULAR



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