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How to tell WEEK in a calendar in ASL

This tutorial shows you how to express WEEK in American Sign Language (ASL).

The following illustrations demonstrate some ASL signs to express a number of weeks in the calendar.

week

two-weeks

The ASL word week can be incorporated with a number between 1 and 9. Beyond the numbers from ten, one signs the number and then "week".

Frequency of week in ASL

The following illustrations demonstrate some ASL signs to express recurring weeks.

weekly

This regular ASL word (or morpheme) week is inflected to weekly. It is also known as a form of pluralization.

biweekly

This ASL sign weekly also can be modified by incorporating with a number between 1 and 9. For example, biweekly, tri-weekly above, quad-weekly, and so on up to 9. The movement is only twice for all of them (-weekly).

tri-weekly

This ASL sign weekly also can be modified by incorporating with a number between 1 and 9. For example, biweekly, tri-weekly above, quad-weekly, and so on up to 9. The movement is only twice for all of them (-weekly).

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