SEE

SEE
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.
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English Equivalent: SEE
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Barb

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Savvy User Barbara Savvy Guest
Thursday, July 22, 2010

Thank you so very much for your help and your sight. My husband is quickly losing his hearing and this is giving us both a chance to learn ASL before it is completely gone. We will be able to communicate even after his hearing is gone. It's truly amazing what we take for granted.

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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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