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    • Great practice.  We can all help.  First little bit of advice.  The sign for MAKE in ASL does not work the way it does in English.  MAKE in ASL is literally to create something. So for making friends you would want to sign something like FRIENDS ME WANT NEW. You can use MEET, FIND, ACQUIRE.  Just not MAKE.  Make is an English word that has about 10 different uses in English.  In sign, the sign for make is literally to create something.
    • Dear Gadget Jim, I said, to the word  "you inspire me to become a better actor. not only because you dea but because you not afraid to be yourself"
    • I just started learning ASL. I cannot figure out what you are signing. If you post exactly what you signed, that would be helpful.
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