How to Sign “Pear” in Sign Language

Pears, with their juicy sweetness and distinctive shape, are delightful fruits enjoyed for their unique flavor and nutritional benefits. Knowing how to sign 'pear' in American Sign Language (ASL) can add an engaging and interactive element to small talk situations at work, whether discussing favorite fruits or sharing a healthy snack ideas with colleagues.

Signing “Pear”

  1. Hand shape: Form both hands into bent ‘O’ handshapes.
  2. Hand location: Bring both hands to about chest level. Wrap your non-dominant hand with your dominant hand.
  3. Movement: Gently move your dominant hand away from your non-dominant hand, and back.
  4. Facial expression: Keep a neutral facial expression.

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