Make the sign for eat by taking your dominant hand, forming a flat ASL letter O sign , and tapping your fingers to your mouth a few times. This universal sign for eating is the same sign used for food.
American Sign Language : ” lunch ” An initialized version, (“L” handshape using the movement and position of “EAT.”)
American Sign Language : ” hungry ” The sign for “hungry ” is made by forming your right hand into the letter “c.” Move your hand down the middle of your chest. You don’t actually have to touch your body but most people do — especially if they want to emphasize how hungry they are with a stronger movement.
American Sign Language : ” drink ” The sign for ” drink ” is made by forming your right hand into the letter “C.” Move the hand to your mouth in a short arc. DRINK : You can modify the sign DRINK to show the manner in which someone is drinking something.
The sign for ” please ” is made by placing your flat right hand over the center of your chest. Move your hand in a clockwise motion (from the observer’s point of view, use a circular motion towards your left, down, right, and back up) a few times.
The sign ” MEET ” (as in “two people meet ) uses “index finger” handshapes. The two hands ” meet ” in the middle.
A very common version of the sign TEST starts with index fingers straight, then bends them into “x” handshapes as the hands move downward. Then the hands change into palm-down “5” handshapes.
Babies who are hungry can learn to rub their tummy like the toddler in this printable sign language guide to indicate that they want to eat food soon.
To do the sign for more , flatten out your hands then bring your thumbs and fingers together, to make flat ‘O’ hands in ASL . Then, bring your hands together and pull them apart repeatedly. Your baby will often simplify more , gleefully clapping their fists together.
American Sign Language : ” Coke ” (the beverage) (And is still very popular!) The sign for ” Coke ” as in “Coco- Cola ” looks as if you are jabbing a needle into your arm. It is done by using your dominant hand index finger to poke your non-dominant arm’s bicep. It’s true folks.
The middle finger touches the lips for flavor. The middle finger touches the chin for favorite .
Imagine using the tip of your little finger to draw a big “check” mark on your forehead. The sign doesn’t actually touch your forehead though.