How To Sign "People" in Sign Language

The sign for "people" is a plural form that visually represents a group. Here's how to sign "people":

Directions for Signing "People" in ASL

  1. Hand Position: Start with both hands in the "P" handshape. This is done by making a fist with both hands and extending the thumbs, index, and middle fingers.
  2. Starting Placement: Hold both hands in front of your body, with the palms facing down.
  3. Movement: Move both hands in alternate circles, up, forward, down, and back
  4. Facial Expression: A neutral facial expression is typically used for this sign, but it can vary based on the context of your sentence or discussion.

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