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This is how you sign Week in American Sign Language.

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This is how you sign the word “Week” in ASL. To sign "week," extend your non-dominant hand with the palm facing up. With your dominant hand, form a fist with the pointer finger extended. Run the back of the pointer finger across the palm of your non-dominant hand, starting from the base and moving beyond the fingertips. This motion symbolizes the idea of days accumulating or multiplying throughout the week.

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