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American Sign Language:  "next"


NEXT:
This sign starts with the dominant hand behind the non-dominant hand.  You lift the dominant hand up and place it in front of the non-dominant hand.


Memory aid:  Think of this sign like a box full of recipe cards or study cards. You are simply showing the "next" card in the series.


Also see: "What are we going to do next?"


Note: signs like "next week, next month, next year" and others do NOT use the sign "NEXT."  Instead they use changes in the movement and other aspects of those signs to create the meaning of "next."


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