LOOK

As in "to look at something"

LOOK
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.
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English Equivalent: LOOK (as in "to look at something")
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See vs Look

Signing Savvy Member

Wesley Savvy Member
Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Check out the differences in the signs. The nuance, as in English, is active (looking) versus passive (seeing).

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