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American Sign Language: "point"

 


POINT:
As in "Good point."
You point your  dominant index finger toward the tip of the other index finger and you move the dominant finger toward but do not touch the non-dominant finger.
 


POINT:

As in the type of point you score in a game.


This sign is done "very" quickly:





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