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American Sign Language:  "real"


The sign for "real" is the same sign as the sign "TRUE" which can be used to mean many English concepts such as:  sure, indeed, absolutely, "you're welcome," really, very, etc...

The sign for "real" (or TRUE)  is made by placing the dominant index finger against your lips. If you are right-handed, your palm should face left. 

Move your index finger forward a few inches using a quick motion.


 


The sign "real" also means "true" as in:
Do you like true/false tests?


 


See: TRUE



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