Sign of the Day for Sunday, April 20, 2014

The Sign of the Day allows you to sample some of the member features, including the ability to:

  • change and view the larger video sizes
  • view the large video size full-screen
  • print the sign
  • view the complete sign description and memory aid

You can sample the features below or become a member to have these capabilities on all signs.

SHOW

As in "to show something"

SHOW
Notice: This is a Directional Sign. Directional signs are verbs that use the direction that they are signed to show who is doing what to whom. For more information see our article on Directional Signs.
English Equivalent: SHOW (as in "to show something")
English Sentence: Can you show me your paper please?
Sign Description: The index finger is placed in the center of the palm. Both hands move in a forward motion.
Memory Aid: The finger is pointing to something that is being shown.
Sign Type: ASL
Sign Variations:
This sign can also be used to say:

DEMO, DEMONSTRATE, EXAMPLE, EXHIBIT, EXHIBITION, EXPRESS, FOR WHICH IT STANDS, INDICATE, INDICATION, MANIFEST, MANIFESTATION, PORTRAY, REPRESENT, REVEAL, REVELATION
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