YOU

YOU
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English Equivalent: YOU
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You (plural)?

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Savvy User Richard Savvy Guest
Tuesday, February 23, 2010

I imagine there's a difference in signing you (singular) vs. you (plural). Is there a video to show the difference? I couldn't find/see it. Thanks!

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Savvy User Emily Savvy Guest
Sunday, March 21, 2010

I love this website. I can now talk to deaf people, who I know a few of. I can now understand them, because of this website. Thank you Signingsavvy.org!

Plural pronouns

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Dr. B Savvy Guest
Tuesday, March 23, 2010

In ASL, the rule is that plural pronouns are performed with a sweeping motion, while singular pronouns are signed in "stationary." Notice that MY is stationary, while OUR/OURS has a sweeping motion. HIS/HERS/ITS is stationary, while THEIR/THEIRS has a sweeping motion. If YOUR/YOURS is singular, it should be in the direction of the single person you are addressing. If YOUR/YOURS is plural, your hand should move/sweep toward the personS you are addressing.

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Savvy User Katie Savvy Guest
Sunday, July 3, 2011

I love this website because now i can talk to deaf people without having any trouble

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