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American Sign Language: "ONE-MORE"
Note the index finger is the only thing moving in this version of the sign "one-more."
In a message dated 10/8/2015 4:42:41 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, abheckstall writes:
Hello! It's Antonio again. I've got a question: what are the variants of the sign "one more"? I've seen two:
1) "1" handshape facing the signer and bends down twice;
2) both hands are in "bent O" positions with fingertips touching and the right index finger moves up and down.
Are there other ways of signing this? Thank you!
You could also do two separate signs: ONE MORE.
The bending and unbending index finger is the most advanced version.
Also see: MORE
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