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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of eighths (E.g. 1 for 1/8); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign eight.

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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of fifths (E.g. 1 for 1/5); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign five.

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Hold one hand flat in front of stomach with palm up and fingers pointing sideways. With other hand flat, palm sideways, fingers forward; use blade of hand like knife to cut across the middle of flat hand.

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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of ninths (E.g. 1 for 1/9); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign nine.

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Start signing 1 (raise pointer finger upwards from palm backwards fist, in front of shoulder); then move hand downwards in an arc and sign 3 - slightly sideways (extend pointer, middle and ring fingers from palm back fist).

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Start by signing 1 (with pointer finger raised upwards from palm backwards fist, in front of shoulder); then bring hand downwards in a sideways arc and sign four (by extending all fingers apart slightly and tucking thumb behind palm).

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Usually proceed with a number (1 for 1/4, 2 for 2 quarters and so on); then bring hand downwards in a sideways arc and sign four (by extending all fingers apart slightly and tucking thumb behind palm).

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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of seventh (E.g. 1 for 1/7); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign seven.

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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of sixths (E.g. 1 for 1/6); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign six.

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This is the second part of a two part sign, the first being the number of fifths (E.g. 1 for 1/3); then angle hand downwards at wrist while changing handshake to sign three.

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