The response to "thank you" is often signed with what English speakers would recognize as "you're welcome." Although “you’re welcome” doesn’t have a direct translation in ASL, there’s still a way to respond to a “thank you.” Here’s how!
Some regions or individuals might have variations or other signs they use for this concept, but the described motion is widely recognized and understood in most ASL communities.
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