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Learn the signs LUCKY and FAVORITE in American Sign Language (One-Min Fix)


Two signs that look similar are LUCKY
and FAVORITE. Lucky is signed … Well, they’re both, they both use the “5”
handshape with the middle finger down. LUCKY has that handshape starting at the
chin and then turning outward: LUCKY. Lucky. Lucky. “Ooh, you’re lucky.”
Lucky. Favorite: FAVORITE. So again, it’s this
same handshape with the middle finger pointing inward. It taps the chin. FAVORITE. “My favorite color is what? Purple.” Sign FAVORITE. So again the
difference is the movement: LUCKY, the palm turns outward, versus FAVORITE,
where the finger taps the chin. Lucky Favorite Thank you so much for watching! If you
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