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American Sign Language:  "haircut" and "barber"


HAIRCUT:



BARBER:
To sign "barber" just add the AGENT sign to "cut hair."
In everyday usage though you can just sign, "TOMORROW I GO CUT-HAIR" (Tomorrow I'm going to the barber), or "I WANT WORK CUT-HAIR" (I want to be a barber), or "YOUR DAD MAJOR CUT-HAIR?" (Is your dad a barber?)
 


 


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