American Sign Language
A shift in morphological form with its origin word, "Same"; When the answer is right, it compare what's written and what's an official answer is. When it is the same answers then it is the same; but through morphological form, it turned into a concept as an applaud for being "right".
- This two-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
- in , extended fingers of the nondominant hand pointing forward and across the body toward the dominant side (contralaterally). Posture the dominant hand in at the radial (thumb) side of the nondominant hand, extended fingers of the dominant hand pointing forward and across the body toward the nondominant side (contralaterally).
- Hold both hands still briefly.
|GUH Hand||LUH Hand||LUH Move||GUH Move||GUH Hand||LUH Hand|
|GUH Palm||LUH Palm||Second||Second||GUH Palm||LUH Palm|
|GUH Position||LUH Separation||Third||Third|
- (correct): 1@NearNose Contact
- (correct, right): Y@Chin-PalmBack (“wrong”)