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This is how you sign Breathing in American Sign Language.

Description

Learn how to sign “Breathing” in American Sign Language (ASL): Both hands use "5"-hands. The hands move forward away from the chest, and then back to the chest-representing the swelling and contraction of the chest during breathing.

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