Boy in Sign Language – Video and Image Included
Today, we’re going to learn how to say “boy” in sign language. You will learn this word, even if you are not a toddler, pretty much right away when you start learning sign language.
We usually refer to a “boy” as a male child. When a baby is born, the doctor or midwife often says, “It’s a girl!” or “It’s a boy!”
Check out the blog “British Sign Language for Beginners” for more information on BSL.
Boy in Sign Language
Check out the video linked below.
If it moves too quickly for you, don’t worry about it. Below, we’ll go through each stage in more detail.
Now follow these steps.
1. Start with a normal posture.
2. Raise your right hand.
3. Place your index finger and middle finger at the bottom of your face.
4. Say the word as you’re signing it.
5. Remember to keep a smile on your face!
So, that’s how we say ‘boy’ in sign language. Make sure the person you are speaking with can see you clearly. If the signer’s movements are not visible, anybody can easily misunderstand the meaning.
Maintain a regular practice routine if you want to remember the sign; otherwise, you run the danger of forgetting it over time.
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