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American Sign Language: "still"


The sign for "still" (as in "continue to do or be) uses palm-down "Y" hands.  Start near your body.  Move the hands in a smooth arch forward and down and then back up again.

STILL:

 

Animation:  STILL

 



See: "He is still teaching, but is currently on summer break"

See: "He is still teaching but he is off for the summer."

See: "He is still eating!"
 


See related sign: STAY


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