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American Sign Language: "normal / natural / of course"


This sign can mean typical, ordinary, and "of course."
While the movement can go either way, I'm going to recommend you do it with a clockwise movement that spirals up and then drops down. But of course you should do it however your local instructor or Deaf friends do it.
 

NORMAL:


 

 



Here's an example of the movement going the other direction.
Again, you will see it both ways, but "today" I'm advocating you do it like the way I do in the first example above (use a clockwise movement).


 

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