CARE

CARE
Notice: This sign is considered Signed English and not strict ASL.
English Equivalent: CARE
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Additions?

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Savvy User Debra Savvy Guest
Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Please consider adding don't words, such as "don't care", "don't know" etc.

Care

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Savvy User Katie Savvy Guest
Tuesday, September 14, 2010

ive seen another version of care, where its only two index fingers crooked stroking the chin? Is that any different?

Another Version

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Savvy User Cory Savvy Guest
Friday, August 3, 2012

I've seen another version of care, where both open hands move diagonally downward past the face, palms facing down. Although, it's from a book from with a copyright from 1982. It's "The Joy of Signing" by Lottie L. Riekehof. Is this book reliable? Thanks in advance to anyone that answers.

joy of Signing

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John @ Signing Savvy Savvy Admin
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

It isn't that The Joy of SIgn is not reliable, it is just considered more of an English Sign Language book and we try to focus on ASL signs as much as possible (although you will find English sign and will see them marked as such).

another word for kind

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Savvy User David Savvy Member
Sunday, October 6, 2013

can this sign also be used to convey Kind or kindness? As in she was very kind to me yesterday. If not what sign would be used or is it just fingerspelled?

kind or kindness

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John @ Signing Savvy Savvy Admin
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Those signs would be signed more often like the sign for NICE.

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