How to sign include in American Sign Language

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Sign Instructions:

Begin with your dominant hand above your non-dominant hand. Your dominant hand should begin with an open handshape and then move down, closing your handshape and putting your fingers in the grasp of the non-dominant hand.

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Dominant Handshapes for this sign

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Extend all fingers to show the number five, spreading them out.
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Keep your index, middle, ring, and pink fingers together and straight, bend them all at the knuckle at a 90-degree angle, and reach your thumb to the bottom of the fingertips of your index and middle fingers.

Non-Dominant Handshapes for this sign

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Keep your index, middle, ring, and pinky fingers together and straight, bend them all at the knuckle at a 90-degree angle, and reach your thumb to the tip of your index finger.

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