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This is how you sign Forest in American Sign Language.


Learn how to sign "Forest" in American Sign Language (ASL): Place your non-dominant hand in a flat, horizontal position (palm down) to represent the ground. Then place your dominant elbow on the back of your non-dominant hand with your dominant hand in an open position (like a tree with branches).Then move your dominant hand side to side as described above to indicate multiple trees, hence a "forest."


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