How to Sign "None" Accurately in ASL

Question:

Your friend Cleo is in your ASL class but is having trouble picking up some of the vocabulary words & has asked you to help her study. When you ask her to make the sign for the word "none," Cleo holds up a "zero" or "o" shape on her right hand, which isn't entirely correct. How can you ask Cleo to fix this sign so that it's accurate?

Answer:

She needs to hold up a zero or "o" shape with both hands and move them slightly forward while shaking her head.

Explanation: This is because the sign for "none" has both hands crossing each other with the "zero" handshape.

Extra Notes (if any): I hope that this helps you, & I hope that you have a wonderful day! :D

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