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Talking About Time in American Sign Language

Half the fun of going to movies, plays, and museums lies in setting up a date and anticipating the treat. This article helps you make your plans by showing you how to sign not only what time you want to go but also which day or even which week. Here are the days of the week.

MONDAY


TUESDAY


WEDNESDAY


THURSDAY


FRIDAY


SATURDAY


SUNDAY


Use the first letter in the manual alphabet to sign the weekdays and Saturday, but use T-H for Thursday. Sunday is signed in a circular motion.

If you want to make plans for the weekend, you need to know how to sign weekend. Here's that sign and more.

DAY


WEEK


WEEKEND


MONTH


YEAR


TODAY


TOMORROW


YESTERDAY


LAST YEAR


NEXT WEEK


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