YESTERDAY

YESTERDAY
English Equivalent: YESTERDAY
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yesterday

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Savvy User Debi Savvy Guest
Tuesday, September 8, 2009

use y sign

RE: yesterday

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Savvy User Shy Savvy Guest
Monday, May 17, 2010

it can be used either way i recommend use the a sign if you are using asl but if u are signing english then use the y sign
hope i helped

Both

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SGardner Savvy Guest
Saturday, June 5, 2010

I've seen both used... So many dialects are used in signing, even in ASL. It's like English, in the north south, east, and west, they all have similar but small differences...

handshapes

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Savvy User victoria Savvy Guest
Monday, May 6, 2013

It really just depends where you are and how the locals in the 'deaf community' sign it... If you are in a class then sign it how your teacher recommends it.

Y vs the A handshape

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John @ Signing Savvy Savvy Member
Tuesday, May 7, 2013

As Victoria just said, it really depends on the Deaf Community in your area and what they use. The more ASL version would be the A handshape. The more English one would be the Y hand, but I have seen both widely used and accepted.

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