Note: There is a "casual" way of
doing the "YEAR" sign that holds the right hand (if you are right handed) above the left hand and does a very quick, small
rotating movement. The difference is in the "casual version: the right hand stays above the left hand and doesn't actually circle
the left hand. It comes to rest upon the top of the left hand.
For more information:
Also see: YEAR (advanced)
Also see: ANNUAL
Also see: LAST-YEAR (version 2)
In a message dated 2/28/2012 4:00:38 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, Vicki (an
interpreter in Alaska) writes:
How do we sign 2012 now?
You'll see it a couple ways out in the community, but personally, I do it
"20" "12" (each number having only one movement since it is a compound).