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American Sign Language: "wake-up"


The sign for "wake-up" shows the eyelids "opening."  If you just use a sleepy facial expression then it means "wake-up." If you use a "surprised" look on your face, do the sign quickly, and open your mouth in surprise, this sign will mean, "surprised." 


WAKE-up:


Sample sentence: What time do you wake up during summer vacation?



 


Also see: SURPRISE



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