ASL sign for: you

The pronoun of the second person singular, used of the person being addressed.

Related signs: YOUR.

Gloss: IX1 WAIT+++ FOR YOU ALL-DAY.

English equivalent: She has been waiting for you all day.

The pronoun is non-gender in ASL. The verb WAIT is inflected in agreement with time tense.

The sign DAY has a "1' handshape but in the sign ALL-DAY, the handshape is different. Don't be confused by these handshapes, as these are not interchangeable.

ASL writing for YOU

Two possibilities: either the left or the right.

Contributed by Adrean Clark.

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