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Tree in Sign Language – Video & Image Included

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Today we will take a look at how to say the word tree in sign language. 

Language differs between different countries and cultures. Even countries that speak the same language can be differentiated from other native speakers. For example, British English and American English are not the same, even though they both share the common ‘English’ language.

It’s the same with sign language. Contrary to popular belief, sign languages are not universally used around the world.

Having said that, we will only talk about BSL or British Sign Language today.

Tree in Sign Language

Below, you’ll find a video link. Please, watch it first. Don’t worry about how fast it is. We’ll go into great detail with you.

Please follow the steps we’ll discuss shortly.

A man shows how to sign “Tree” in British Sign Language

1. Start with a normal posture.

A man shows how to sign “Tree” in British Sign Language with hand posture
Tree in british sign language

2. Raise your left arm and place your right hand on your left elbow.

3. Now keep moving your left hand.

4. Say the word “tree” while you are signing.

So, that’s the first version of the word. Now let’s see the second version.

Woman shows how to sign “Tree” in British Sign Language with normal posture

1. Start with a normal posture.

Woman shows how to sign “Tree” in British Sign Language with hand posture

2. Raise both of your hands.

Woman shows how to sign “Tree” in British Sign Language with hand posture

3. Create a fist by using your two hands.

4. Now connect both of your hands.

5. Now take out all the fingers of your hand and move them down.

Conclusion

So that’s how we say “tree” in sign language. If you simply cannot remember the sign for a certain word, you can record yourself and watch it again. It enables you to see how you appear when signing and decide whether you need to adjust your body position, facial emotions, relative distances, and other factors. When you watch your recording, it will make your movements more smooth because if you can’t understand yourself, no one else will be able to either.

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