How to Sign “Cherry” in Sign Language

Cherries, with their vibrant color and sweet-tart flavor, are delightful fruits enjoyed for their refreshing taste and versatility in culinary delights. Knowing how to sign 'cherry' in American Sign Language (ASL) can add a fun and interactive dimension to small talk situations at work, whether discussing favorite fruits or sharing dessert ideas with colleagues.

Signing “Cherry”

  1. Hand shape: Form your non-dominant hand into an ‘I’ handshape. Form your dominant hand into a bent ‘O’ handshape.
  2. Hand location: Bring your hands to about chest level. Wrap your non-dominant pinky with your dominant hand.
  3. Movement: Gently twist your dominant hand around your non-dominant hand.
  4. Facial expression: Keep a neutral facial expression.

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