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You can see an example of EVERYDAY (or DAILY) in the "Regularity Examples" video above from ASL 2 - Unit 3: Duration and Regularity. EVERYDAY is signed by making the A-handshape with your dominant hand and brushing your cheek twice with your knuckles. You are basically signing TOMORROW twice quickly.
Days of the Week
This video starts with Monday and ends with Sunday.
This sign can be made by moving from your ear to your chin or from your chin to your ear.
This sign is similar to the sign for "but."
Another way to sign DINNER is to tap the D handshape on your chin.
DISCARD (get rid of)
Do you have children?
Do you mind if I borrow your car?
This sign is the same as the sign for "art" and "design."