the wandering valence electron (lemoncakes) wrote in thequestionclub,
the wandering valence electron
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When communicating with ASL, I know how far/close you hold your hands to your body denotes tense. But what about which direction you do actions in, or which hand is dominant?

Whenever I learn a new sign, I tend to do it as a mirror image of the teacher - and therefore, with the opposite hands doing the actions. Like with abandon: I tend to throw towards the right instead of the left. Will this have any affect on how the sign is interpreted?
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