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American Sign Language: "thing"


The sign for "thing" can mean, "materials," "supplies," "items," etc.

THING:


 



Sample sentence: "Do you like to learn new things?"



 



Notes:
The sign "thing" is not used as part of the sign for "something." 
The "something" sign can be used to mean "something / someone / single / alone / only."

SOMETHING:


Also see: SOMETHING


 

Every once in a while I see people combine the signs for "some" and "thing" to mean "something."
That has always seemed "off" to me and I don't recommend it.  The signs "SOME" and "THING" when used together means "some things."  As in: "I will bring some things to the yard sale."

 


See: SOME


 



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