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This is how you sign Across in American Sign Language.


To sign “across” in American Sign Language in ASL, extend only your index fingers. Point your non-dominant index finger straight ahead. Then, with your dominant hand's index finger, start from touching the tip of your non-dominant index finger and move it forward about half a foot, illustrating a short distance across something.


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