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This is how you sign Between in American Sign Language.


To sign “Between” in American Sign Language in ASL, take your non-dominant, open, flat hand, with thumb pointing up, and hold it steady. Your open, flat, dominant hand will first touch its palm to the thumb of your non-dominant hand, then flip back and forth as the back of its fingers then rest alternately on the index finger side of your non-dominant hand. It is as if you are choosing between your thumb and your index finger.


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