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This is how you sign Everyone in American Sign Language.


"Everyone" is a compound sign. First, sign "every". To sign "every," form the ASL letter 'A' sign with both hands aligned in front of you, each lying on the pinkie side of the fist with the thumb out, the non-dominant hand positioned lower than the dominant one. Keep your non-dominant 'A' fist in place, and motion your dominant 'A' hand downward about half a foot's distance until it disappears behind your other hand, making the sign for "any." Finally, complete the sign by signing '1'.


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