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This is how you sign Guestroom in American Sign Language.


Learn how to sign "guestroom" in American Sign Language(ASL). You can combine the signs for "guest" “sleep” and "room”. Here are the steps on how can do it: 1. Guest: • Use your dominant hand in a "G" handshape. • Start near your face, and then move your hand away from your face in a downward motion. 2. Sleep: • Make a fist with your dominant hand. • Bring your fist to the side of your face, resting it against your cheek, to represent sleeping. 3. Room: ◦ Hold both hands in a flat, open position. ◦ Position your hands parallel to each other. ◦ Move both hands forward, as if outlining the walls of a room.


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