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How to make letters with your hands
The letter Z has a curious way of representing itself in sign language. You should put your index finger like a hookwhile the rest of the hand is closed.
The letter Y has a curious way of representing itself that can remind us of the gesture that surfers make to say that everything is fine. With the closed fist the little finger and thumb are raised.
The letter W in the Sign language It is represented by raising the index, middle and ring fingers, while the rest remain gathered in the hand. Something like indicating a 3.
The letter V in the sign alphabet may be the most intuitive of all. You simply have to represent the letter with the index and middle fingers, forming the victory sign, while the rest of the fingers are collected.
The letter U is a very easy letter to do with the Sign language. We just have to reach out with the fingers together, and bend the ring finger and little finger, while the thumb remains straight.
The letter T looks a lot like the letter A and S in sign language. To make the letter T we must close the hand, but the thumb should stick out rect between the index and the heart.
In the case of the letter "S" you have to be very careful as it is represented by making a fist, but with the middle finger a little higher that the rest, while the thumb is gathered above that finger; and it looks a lot like the letter "T".
You can learn to make the letter R with your hands, you just have to to cross fingers index and heart, with the hand raised. Easy right?
To make the letter Q in sign language, you place your hand on gaff shape, and with the index finger and thumb it is done as a gripper looking down.
The letter "P" is represented in the Sign language in a curious way. The index and middle fingers should be left extended, while the rest of the fingers are collected in the hand. The thumb it stays stretched between the index and the heart.
The letter "O" is one of the easiest and most intuitive in the sign alphabet. Simply put your whole hand drawing the letter O, that is, touch the thumb with all your fingers, in the shape of an "O".
The letters M and N are very similar. The only difference is that the thumb appears between different fingers, representing the spelling of each of the letters. In this case, for the letter N, we will make a fist and take our thumb between the heart and when the ring finger.
To make the letter "M" in sign language, you just have to clench your fist, But be careful, because your thumb should stick out between the ring finger and the little finger.
The letter L is very easy to do in sign language. It is simply about representing with the index finger and thumb the letter itself In uppercase.
To put the letter K in sign language, we must put the victory sign with the fingers, that is, put the shape of a V, with the index and middle finger, but with the thumb extended and glued to them.
The letter J looks a lot like the letter I in the hand shape, it only changes in the hand tilt. To do the J we will tilt the hand to one side, while in the I the hand must be straight up.
The letter I in sign language is very intuitive, since we must represent the letter I with the little finger. The rest of the fingers are collected.
Making the letter H with sign language is easy, you just have to put your fingers as if you were forming a imaginary gun. The index and middle fingers are extended, while the ring and little fingers are retracted. The thumb is also extended.
The letter G is represented in sign language as if you were to point index, but the point should be glued to the index finger.
The letter "F" is represented in sign language by the outstretched hand and fingers together. The forefinger and thumb are in a circle.
To make the letter "E" the right hand is used, putting it in the shape of a claw, with the four semi-closed fingers and together with the thumb that is extended.
The letter "D" can be made by bringing the fingers together with the thumb and lifting the index finger. In the end the shape looks like a lowercase "d".
To make the letter "C" in sign language is very easy, you just have to put the same shape as the letter with your hand, forming a semicircle.
The letter "B" is represented with the hand extended high. All the fingers together and extended, except for the little finger, which is slightly separated from the rest.
To sign the first letter of the alphabet "A" we just have to clench your fist, with the thumb extended, and put the hand up.