You’re Welcome

Video: You’re welcome in Baby Sign Language


You are Welcome in Baby Sign Language
Figure: You’re welcome in Baby Sign Language

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3 Responses to “You’re Welcome”

  1. Dave

    So is this the same sign as “thank you?”

    ADMIN – Hi Dave,

    Yes in the case of baby sign language we use the same sign for both. If a child is transitioning to ASL you want to use the proper welcome sign in which your dominant hand travels from upper chest to sternum making a little half circle.

  2. Abby

    I’ve seen also people make an outward ark motion not starting anywhere on the body just out in front of them.

  3. mielin

    I have a friend who does sign language and he takes his hand to his chin and brings it down to his waist for yo’ur welcome.

    ADMIN – Hi Mielin,

    That is fine. Like any language there is variation in how signs are pronounced.

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