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over / across / after


OVER / ACROSS / AFTER:
This one sign has several interpretations depending on the rest of your sentence.  It can be used to mean "across" the river, or "over" the fence, or "after" the event.


Note:  There are other signs that may have more specific related meanings.

For example, you should use FINISH to express that something has been done or completed.  For example, "WORK FINISH, I GO CAMP" Would mean, "I'm going camping after work."


American Sign Language University ASL resources by Lifeprint.com Dr. William Vicars
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