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Take care of yourself.
This phrase is signed as: "TAKE-CARE". This is like saying "take care!" when you say goodbye in English.
The sign TAKE-up is used to mean "taking a class" or "adopt" as in, "I want to adopt a child." You can see an example of TAKE-up in the video above. She signs, "I am taking an ASL class" and signs, "I TAKE-up ASL CLASS". This sign is different from the sign TAKE you would use to indicate that you took (or got) something (i.e. TAKE-from).
TAKING IT EASY
This sign is used to explain something you tend to do. For example: EVERY-MORNING I TEND-TO GET-UP TIME 8
This is the phrase/word "THANK-YOU" in ASL.
Thank you. (2)
This is a different signer signing "Thank you." This is the phrase/word "THANK-YOU" in ASL.
The art museum had silly paintings of strawberries and country sides.
CL:1(index right) ART MUSEUM HAVE PAINTINGS STRAWBERRIES GRASS HILLS SILLY