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G

GAIN WEIGHT


GAME


GARAGE


GARDENING


GAS


GERMAN


GERMANY


Germany makes the best cars for winter weather and they handle well in the snow.


GERMANY/GERMAN


GET-ALONG


GET-UP


GIFT


GIRAFFE


GIRL


GIRLFRIEND


GIVE

This is the sign for GIVE as it is used for "GIVE-you" or "Give to you." GIVE is a directional verb, so it can be modified to show who is giving what to whom. You can learn more about directional verbs in ASL 1 - Unit 8.


GIVE BLOOD


GIVE-you


GLASS


GLASSES



GLASSES (2)

GLASSES (3)



This sign is referring to glasses for drinking.


GLOBAL WARMING


GLUE


GO


GO AHEAD


GO-IN


GO-IN/ENTER


GO-to



This is the sign for GO meaning to go somewhere. GO can be directional and point to an area you have set up in your signing space.


GOD


GOING STEADY


GOLF


GONE


GOOD


Good afternoon



This phrase is signed as "GOOD AFTERNOON"


Good morning



This is signed as "GOOD MORNING". This phrase can also be signed more fluidly where your non-dominant hand is only used for MORNING (your dominant hand moves directly from your chin down to sign MORNING).


Goodbye



This is the sign for "BYE" in ASL.


Goodnight



This phrase is signed as "GOOD NIGHT."


GOSSIP


GOVERNMENT


GRADUATE


GRANDDAUGHTER


GRANDFATHER


GRANDMOTHER


GRANDSON



GRANDSON (2)


GRAPES


GRAY


GREECE


GREECE/GREEK


GREEK


GREEN


GREEN BEANS


GROSS


GROW-UP


GUITAR


GYMNASTICS



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