Flower in Sign Language – Video & Image Included
Flowers are well-known for their exceptional beauty and seductive smells. Some have unique qualities and hidden healing skills, while others have religious or historical significance. So it’s safe to say that flowers are full of hidden secrets.
Today we are taking a look to find out how to say the word ‘flower’ in sign language.
As you know, there are many differences in both spoken and sign languages. Around the world, more than 300 different sign languages are in use. They differ from one country to the next. Sign language can have many diverse regional accents that cause subtle differences in how people use and understand signs, even in nations where the same language is spoken.
With that said, today we will only discuss BSL or British Sign Language.
So let’s begin.
Flower in Sign Language
We have linked a video below. Please watch it first. Don’t worry about its speed. We’ll explain it in detail to you.
Please follow the steps we’ll discuss shortly.
Step 1: Start with a normal posture.
Step 2: Raise your right hand.
Step 3: Use your thumb and index finger to create an “O” shape.
Step 4: And bring your right hand to your nose.
Step 5: Now rotate your hand, as shown in the picture above.
Step 6: Now go back to your normal posture.
Step 7: Now keep moving your hand along the face as in the picture above.
Step 8: Say the word ‘flower’ while doing the sign.
So, that’s the first version of the word. Now let’s see the second version.
Step 1. Start with a normal posture again
Step 2. Raise your right hand.
Step 3. Create the shape “O” using your thumb and index finger.
Step 4. Say the word while you are signing
So that’s how we say “flower” in sign language. If you just cannot remember the sign for a particular word, developing a creative memory technique can be helpful. Some people like wordplay, while others prefer to simplify the sign’s movements. Find the technique that suits you the best, then use it when needed.
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