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S 49 Y A few students think the Y HandShape looks like the Hang Loose street sign and you can decide to make that connection if it works for your sentence because it works for us to give you that lateral freedom.. You create the Y from a Five by bending the three middle ﬁngers down into your palm. You don’t shake your Y HandShape in traditional Hang Loose style, but you will learn that the Y does get used in this book to sign “play” with jiggling hands. 50 Commanding HandShapes Chapter 4 Wrapping Up the Hands T hese 16 HandShapes are all you need to master the rest of this book.
Few people realize the value and vital importance of the face in the expression of American Sign Language. Facial Expression—which you will learn in this chapter—sets the tone of your emotions and frames the context of your sentences. Don’t forget that your Facial Expressions can change from word to word and moment to moment—you don’t need to use a single Facial Expression for an entire sentence. Acting Out When Hearing people are enraged, they raise their voice, clench their ﬁsts, and their faces turn red and bulging with veins.
There is no such thing as having Facial Expression with your mouth closed. Are you ready to learn some Facial Expression and the mouth norms that go along with each of them? Let’s dig in right now. All of the sentence examples we provide can be learned and signed in the forthcoming chapters! 23 Drowsy e begin our learning with the W Drowsy Facial Expression: tilt your head, droop your eyes, open your mouth, and look numb and zoned out. Drowsy shows the person you are talking to how you feel about cleaning the toilet or if you are tired or worn out.