📝 Fingerspelling
s
Fingerspelling s
i
Fingerspelling i
g
Fingerspelling g
n
Fingerspelling n
l
Fingerspelling l
a
Fingerspelling a
n
Fingerspelling n
g
Fingerspelling g
u
Fingerspelling u
a
Fingerspelling a
g
Fingerspelling g
e
Fingerspelling e
a
Fingerspelling a
n
Fingerspelling n
i
Fingerspelling i
m
Fingerspelling m
a
Fingerspelling a
l
Fingerspelling l
s
Fingerspelling s

sign language animals

📝 Description
"Sign language animals" refers to animals trained to communicate with humans using sign language. The most famous example is Koko the gorilla, who understood over 1,000 signs. This practice helps explore cognitive abilities in animals and improve human-animal interactions.
📝 Example Sentence
"Kids enjoyed learning sign language to communicate with animals at the zoo."
📝 Fingerspelling
s
Fingerspelling s
i
Fingerspelling i
g
Fingerspelling g
n
Fingerspelling n
l
Fingerspelling l
a
Fingerspelling a
n
Fingerspelling n
g
Fingerspelling g
u
Fingerspelling u
a
Fingerspelling a
g
Fingerspelling g
e
Fingerspelling e
a
Fingerspelling a
n
Fingerspelling n
i
Fingerspelling i
m
Fingerspelling m
a
Fingerspelling a
l
Fingerspelling l
s
Fingerspelling s

animals

📝 Description
"Animals" is a noun in English language, derived from Latin word 'animalis' meaning 'having breath'. It refers to a group of multicellular, eukaryotic organisms in biological kingdome Animalia. In common usage, it often excludes humans and, sometimes, other sentient beings.
📝 Example Sentence
Sure, here it is: "Children love to see animals at the zoo."
📝 Fingerspelling
a
Fingerspelling a
n
Fingerspelling n
i
Fingerspelling i
m
Fingerspelling m
a
Fingerspelling a
l
Fingerspelling l
s
Fingerspelling s