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asl sign for new

📝 Description
The ASL sign for "new" involves your dominant hand open, palm facing you, fingers together. Starting at your forehead, you move your hand forward and downward in a quick motion, like you're pulling something new out of your mind.
📝 Example Sentence
"The ASL sign for 'new' is a useful tool for communication, particularly for those in the deaf community."
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for

📝 Description
"For" is a preposition in English. It's used to indicate the use of something, a reason or purpose, or a period of time. For example, "I bought a gift for you," "I'm studying for my exams," and "I lived there for a year." It's derived from Old English 'for' meaning 'before, for, on behalf of.'
📝 Example Sentence
"Mike went for a run in the park and felt refreshed."
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