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This is how you sign Add in American Sign Language.


To sign “Add” in American Sign Language in ASL, keep your non-dominant hand steady with a flat "O" sign, palm facing you. Your dominant hand starts slightly lower and away, mimicking scooping up something by bringing all fingers and thumb together. Then, bring your dominant hand under your non-dominant hand so that both hands form a flat "O" sign together.


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