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Again in Sign Language – Video and Image Included

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Have you ever faced any situation where you hesitated to ask someone to repeat something for you? Moreover, if it was someone who is deaf, many might not ask again not to hurt their feelings. This is why you need to learn to sign ‘Again’ quite early in your sign language learning journey. Needless to worry, in this guide, you will learn how to say “again” in sign language in just four steps!

You will be learning how to sign “again” in British Sign Language(BSL), not in American Sign Language (ASL).

Without any further ado, let’s get started!

Again in Sign Language

The video above will give you an understanding of how to sign “again”. Try to follow the man in the video and practice simultaneously. To make things easier for you, follow the steps below:

A man shows how to sign “Cool” in British sign language

Step 1: Start with a normal/laid-back posture.

A man shows how to sign “Cool” in British sign language

Step 2: Raise your Index and Middle finger. There should be space between the two fingers.

A man shows how to sign “Cool” in British sign language

Step 3: Flex your hand down twice, keeping the fingers in the same position.

Step 4: Along with signing, remember to mouth the word “again”.

Since this does not involve both hands, you can use any of your hands to sign it. Usually, right-handed people use their right hand and vice-versa.


Now that you have learned to use “again” in sign language, with a little more practice, you can ask people to repeat something without hesitation. Make sure the person you are signing with can see your hand gestures correctly. Also, if possible, try to keep a smile on your face.

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