To sign God , swipe your dominant hand in front of your head, your thumb touching your forehead, then pulling downward to your chest area. It’s like one half of two praying hands. Alternatively, just doing the first part – touching the thumb of a flat open hand to the forehead, is enough to sign God in ASL.
The right hand starts in a “V” handshape and changes to a “U” handshape. The left hand starts as “C” handshape then closes as the right “V” hand moves downward through it..
To sign I love you in American Sign Language ( ASL ), point out your thumb and index finger to form an “L”. While keeping them extended, lift your little finger. Your middle and ring finger keep touching your palm. Finally, direct your hand towards the person you are talking to.
One slight difference between the signs ” GOOD” and “THANK YOU ” is that the sign ” THANK YOU ” is “directional.” That means it is signed toward the person whom is being thanked. GOOD is signed with a simple downward movement. I remember teaching a class to the co-workers of a Deaf employee.
Beginning in Sign Language Take one hand and extend pointer and middle finger, tucking in all other fingers into the palm. Lay the hand sideways so the extended fingers are pointing to the side (so if you use your left hand, the extended fingers would be pointing towards the right side of the body)
The sign for ” devil ” (or ” Satan “) uses a “three hand” and bends, unbends, and re-bends the fingers at the second and third knuckles (the small knuckles) ending in a 3 digit claw shape with the thumb touching the side of the forehead.
MOST : The non-dominant hand stays pretty much stationary. The right hand sometimes glances against the left hand on the way up (or it can just come really close to making contact).
Single sweeping movement. WE / US : Those three: The sign THOSE-THREE uses a “3” handshape (thumb, index, and middle finger) and makes a very small horizontal circle in the air (or a side to side horizontal movement.
To sign now , form both hands into the ASL letter Y sign, with your thumb and pinkie fingers extended and your three middle fingers curled in on each hand. Starting with your hands up, bring them down to your hip level. Now is signed just like today .