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This is how you sign Afternoon in American Sign Language.


Learn how to sign "Afternoon" in American Sign Language. 1. Non-dominant hand: Hold your non-dominant hand in a diagonal position with the palm facing downward. This hand represents the horizon or the ground. 2. Dominant hand: Place your dominant hand with the elbow above the non-dominant fingers. Keep the palm open and facing outward. This represents the sun above the horizon. 3. Movement: Slightly move the dominant hand forward twice. This motion signifies the progression of time or the movement of the sun across the sky.


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