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This is how you sign Afraid in American Sign Language.

Description

Learn how to sign “Afraid” in American Sign Language (ASL). Start with both hands—one at chest level (dominant hand) and the other at stomach level (non-dominant hand). Bring them together in front with open palms and fingers spread.

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