How to sign "example" in American Sign Language (ASL)?
Meaning: A thing characteristic of its kind or illustrating a general rule; be illustrated or exemplified.
Pronunciation (sign description): Tip of dominant forefinger or index finger in contact with non-dominant palm, both hands, move forward twice, briefly and quickly.
Related signs: INSTANCE, SAMPLE, CASE, ILLUSTRATION, MODEL.
How to sign "for example" in American Sign Language. It's nearly a compound word if not itself a compound.
Meaning: Used to introduce something chosen as a typical case or illustration; for instance.
Same sign for "for instance".
Other ways to say "for example": for INSTANCE, SUCH AS, as seen in, as in, in other words, suppose that, IMAGINE, ...
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