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Vypočujte si hudbu z internetu on-line zadarmo a legálne

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showmystreet.com - rychlé a snadné sledování na ulici (stačí napsat adresu a už jsi tam)  ;-)

showmystreet.com - rychlé a snadné sledování na ulici (stačí napsat adresu a už jsi tam) ;-)

How do you sign #Music? #ASL #babysignlanguage

To sign music, hold left arm out with a flat palm facing slightly towards you, then use your right hand with a flat palm to sway back and forth from the .

Close your hands and cross your arms over your chest, almost like your giving yourself a hug.

American sign language for the word "Hug": Close your hands and cross your arms over your chest, almost like your giving yourself a hug.

Sign for yes

I decide to sign the word to make sure. Making a fist with my hand, I move it up and down to make it nod yes. She smiles at the sign and mirrors it, saying yes. "yes" To sign Yes, close your hand into a fist and move it up and down as if…

Help: Close your right hand and place it on the palm of your left hand in front of you. Then, lift both hands up together.

My boyfriend and his brother both studied sign language. When we visit I often find them speaking a secret language with their hands. Before I dated Kasjen I had no idea how to say anything in sign…

"close" For Close, begin by holding your flat hands apart, palms facing each other, then bring them together as you turn them to face the palms away from you.

Close: The sign for "close" is the sign for "open" in reverse. Hold your flat hands apart, palms facing each other, then bring them together as you turn them to face the palms away from you.

"open" For Open, begin by holding your flat hands together, palms facing away from you, then separate them as you turn them to where the palms face each other.

For Open, begin by holding your flat hands together, palms facing away from you, then separate them as you turn them to where the palms face each other.