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American Sign Language: "study"

Hold your non-dominant hand out in front of you as if it were a book or piece of paper.  Aim the fingers of your dominant hand at the "book" and wiggle your fingers.


Sample sentence:  Do you study all night before a test?

Notes: If you'll review the above sentence carefully you will be able to learn the sign for "previous" (which isn't the same as "past") and also the sign for "all-NIGHT."


Also see:  STUDENT

Also see: SELF-STUDY

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