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This is how you sign Look in American Sign Language.


To sign "look" in American Sign Language (ASL). Tip of forefinger in dominant "V" hand in contact with upper cheek moves forward where forefinger and middle finger face outward, then smoothly direct them toward the object of your gaze. This sign effectively conveys the action of focusing your attention on something.


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