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This is how you sign Later in American Sign Language.


To sign "later" in American Sign Language (ASL), begin with your dominant hand forming an 'L'-sign, where your index finger and thumb extend at right angles. Simultaneously, raise your non-dominant hand, holding it up flat and facing towards your 'L' hand, with the thumb of your 'L' hand sticking to the palm of your other hand. This sign visually signifies a postponed or delayed action.


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