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today we're going to be learning about sign language. In the up coming clips, we're going to learn how to sign the alphabet and the numbers 1-10. Alright, so we're almost there. In this clip, let's learn P, Q, and R. Getting a little bit trickier. Do you remember the letter K? K, well P is very similar to that. Instead of pointing upwards like the K, we're just going to take that and point it downwards. P. I'll show you what it looks like there. Some people do it a little bit differently depending on where they have their thumb on which finger. I tend to put it still on the middle finger here, so it's almost like the reverse. Just tilting down from the K to P. A bit of a tricky one again. Kind of like the K as I mentioned. P looks like this. If you were the person receiving the sign language. P. Let's go to Q. Q, point down. Take your thumb and your index finger and point down. It looks like this from the inside, but if you see it normally, it'll look like that. P, Q, and R. You want to cross your fingers. You want to make sure that the index fingers crosses then in front of the middle finger. R. Let's just review those 3 because they're a bit tricky. P, Q, and R. P. Do you remember P? P, tilt down, that's very key. P, Q, Q, and R. We're getting close. In the next clips we'll learn S, T, and U.