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Sign the phrase 'How Are You?' using these American Sign Language symbols.
Communicate in sign language with the basic conversational phrases in this
free video on the American Sign Language from a signing expert.

Expert: John Atwood
Bio: John Atwood has been a student of the American Sign Language for many
years. His deaf friends teach him their language and help him sharpen his
skills. He also offers his assistance interpreting.
Filmmaker: joseph wilkins

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Make "I Love You" in Sign Language

In Amsterdam they may say "Ik hou van je." In Paris, they most certainly
say "Je t'aime." In Albania, they'll say "Te dua," and in Zulu,
"Ngiyakuthanda!" It's the phrase we know as "I love you," and this is how
you can say it in American Sign Language (ASL).

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-Method 1 of 2: Traditional Sign-

1. 1
*Make a fist*. Don’t make it too tight, and smile when you do
it—you’re about to tell somebody something wonderful.


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*Lift up your pinky finger*. This creates the sign language symbol for the
personal pronoun "I.”


· 3
*Lift up your index finger*. This would resemble horns with the two
fingers. Unless you’re ready to rock, move quickly to the next step!


· 4
*Lift up your thumb*. The index finger and thumb create the letter "L," and
the pinky finger in concert with the thumb creates the "Y.”


· 5
*Put the steps together all at once, and say, “I love you*!”

-Method 2 of 2: Alternate Sign-

You can also say "I love you" this way:

1. 1
*Point to yourself*.
2. 2
*Make a gentle fist with


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