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A
Use your right hand index finger to point to your left hand thumb. Other left hand fingers are all out.
B
Cup both hands so all of your right hand fingers are touching and all of your left hand fingers are touching. Bring your hands together so they form two touching circles.
C
Easy one- only use your right hand. Curve your thumb and your index finger so they make a sort of backwards 'C'. Rest of hand is in a fist.
D
Use same fingers on right hand for 'C' except bring in the left hand with only your index finger pointing out. Place your left hand index finger alongside the backwards 'C' and you will see the 'D' formed
E
Use your right hand index finger to point to your left hand index finger. Other left hand fingers are all out.
F
Place all fingers for both hands into a fist except your index and middle fingers. Place your two right hand fingers over your two left hand fingers, but near the base of the fingers, instead of at the tip.
G
Make both hands into fists but turn them upright so both your little fingers are at the bottom. Then place your right hand fist ontop of your left hand fist.
H
This one is cool, simply lay your left hand out and then sweep your right hand over it from your palm outwards. This makes the 'H' sound(sort of).
I
Use your right hand index finger to point to your middle left hand finger. (p.s. have you noticed by now that all of your left hand fingers stand for the different vowels??)
J
A bit like 'H'.Kind of. Take yoru right hand index finger and place it at the top of your left hand middle finger, while your left hand is still open. Then move your right index finger down onto your left palm and curve round a bit upwards to the left, drawing a 'J' on your left hand.
K
This time point your left hand index finger upwards. Then take your right hand index finger and make it into a right-angle (curve the top bit over). Then place the corner- bit of it onto your left hand index finger, so the tip of your finger points diagonally down. If this doesn't make a 'k' shape you've done something wrong (although i don't blame you 'coz it really hard to explain)
L
Easy one, simply outstretch your left hand and place your right hand index finger onto your left palm.
M
Similar to 'L' except this time place your right hand index finger, middle finger, and the one next to that onto the palm of your left hand, so there are three fingers on your palm, instead of one.
N
Like the 'M' but just use your right index finger and middle finger to place on the palm of your left hand.
O
Use your right hand index finger to point to the fourth finger of your left hand(the finger between your middle finger and little finger)
P
Place your right hand finger and thumb together to form a circle while the rest of your right hand is closed. Then, with your left hand, point out only your index finger and place your right hand finger and thumb at the end of your left hand index finger to create a 'P' shape.
Q
Make your left hand into a circle with your fingers on the top of the circle and your thumb on the bottom part. Then hook your right hand index finger to the bottom of the circle and you should have a 'Q' shape.
R
Place your left hand outwards and curve your right hand index finger round to create a backwards lowercase 'r' and place your finger onto your left palm.
S
Outstretch your left hand. Then, get your right hand little finger and hook it over your left hand middle finger.
T
Outstretch your left hand and point your right hand index finger to the side of your palm so it's touching it without being ontop of your palm.
U
Use your right hand index finger to point to the tip of your left hand little finger, touching the end.
V
Similar to the 'N'. Place your left palm outwards and put your right hand index and middle finger onto your palm, but instead of making them touch like in the 'N' and the 'M', spread them apart, creating a 'V' shape.
W
This ones cool...all you have to do is knot your left hand fingers together with your right hand fingers like a comb. This is supposed to resemble a 'W' (?)
X
For this one point out your two index fingers and cross them over to form an 'X'. Simple!
Y
Place your left hand so your palm is facing down and make sure your left thumb is apart from your left fingers. Then place the tip of your right index finger in the gap between your left thumb and index finger. Can you see the 'Y'?(i can't either)
Z
This one's nice and easy. Point your left hand up so your thumb is facing you. Then make your right hand horizontal, again making sure the thumb is facing you. Now place the end of your right fingers onto the middle of the vertical line that is your left hand, so it is PERPENDICULAR. (your hands SHOULD look a bit like a 'H' without the other vertical line, so don;t panick that it looks nothing like a 'Z')