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American Sign Language:  "ticket"


TICKET:
Use a "bent V" handshape and a "flat" handshape.  Focus on moving the dominant hand. The other hand might move a bit but for the most part the non-dominant hand stays in place.


 

Memory aid: Think of "punching a ticket."

 

Sample sentence: last-YEAR TICKET HOW-MANY YOU? (How many tickets did you get last year?)

 



If you use a single, somewhat larger motion, it means "get a ticket" or "punch a ticket" or "get ticketed."

 


 



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