How To Sign Office in Sign Language

Remember offices? Some of us are actually able to go back to the office, “return to office,” as they say! If that’s something relevant for your company, it’s important to know how to say this in sign language.

Directions for Signing “Office” in Sign Language

  1. Hand position: Make both hands into "O" shapes, with the thumbs and index fingers touching and the other fingers tucked in.
  2. Placement: Place your hands in front of you, palms facing each other and about six inches apart.
  3. Movement: Move your hands together so that the "O" shapes cross each other. Then, move your hands back apart to the original position.


Follow the video above to learn how to sign "where is your office?"

Learn other work-related signs:

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