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FIRE in sign language
How to sign "fire" in American Sign Language (ASL)?
Pronunciation: The movement of two hands may be either alternating or simultaneously upward while wiggling the fingers, depending on the contexts.
Definition: Combustion or burning, in which substances (fuel or other material) combine chemically with oxygen and typically give out bright light or flame, heat, and smoke.
Related signs: HOT, EMERGENCY, FIREFIGHTER, BURNING, SMOKE.
ASL Storytelling for beginners
For learners, practice and develop your receptive skill by watching conversations in the video with English subtitles. Hint: You can try to turn off the subtitles and watch the video first before you can watch it again with the subtitles.
The video shows a mother and her three-year-old (3;6) child reading a book "Fire Engine" about the firefighter. Fun and cute kid signing with her little hands.
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[Note: ASL writing is not an official standard. This sign language writing remains in a state of open space to allow room for experiment, evolution, and improvement.]
The hands move upward at the same time. Contributed by Joseph Wheeler, 2015(?).
On the other hand, the hands move alternatively. Contributed by Todd Hicks, 2017.