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 American Sign Language: "go-to-bed"


If you want to sign "go to bed," sure, you can just sign GO and BED.
But there is a version of "go to bed" that would probably be more accurately labeled as "get in bed."
It is worth knowing if for no other reason than it is a cool example of how to use your hands to show how things look.
 

Go to bed:



Sample sentence: During summer vacation, what time do you go to bed?
= SUMMER VACATION what-TIME YOU GO-TO-BED?
 

 


Also see: BED


 
 


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