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American Sign Language: "roof"



Some people say you should spell the concept of "roof." Sure, I can agree with that -- depending on what kind of roof it is -- since there are different kinds of roofs:

* The roof of your mouth. (Point to it.)

* The roof of your vehicle. (Point to it. Spell it. Use flat hands to show a flat surface close above your head.)

* Exclamations such as, "She hit the roof when she found out he was gambling!"


So, indeed, I can see why some folks would say to just "spell it."

However, if you mean "roof" as in the top of a house, just use two "flat" hands to show the roof:

ROOF:

 


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