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This is how you sign Before in American Sign Language.


Learn how to sign "before" in American Sign Language (ASL). Use both hands in a B-handshape, holding them back to back. The non-dominant hand faces outward, while the dominant hand faces inward. Move your dominant hand behind your non-dominant hand, a few inches closer to your body, indicating that something is positioned before something else.


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