So as long as you have one good hand, and a good brain in your head, you are good to go. The only thing left to worry about is what your other hand will do in the meantime.

Let's begin...

**Signing Up**

## Step 1: COUNTING ONE TO FIVE

Check out the boxes below for details on how to say the numbers in Chinese.

## Step 2: COUNTING SIX TO TEN

## Step 3: COUNTING BEYOND TEN

To show 100, you show ONE, TEN, TEN

To show 200, you show TWO, TEN, TEN

To show 250, you show TWO, TEN, TEN, FIVE, TEN

To show 500, you show FIVE, TEN, TEN

To show 1000, you show ONE, TEN, TEN, TEN

With each ten you shake your fist, but don't do it too violently, you don't want to start a fight!

Now that you are all familiar with the system, time for a test.

Move to the next stage and guess the number...

Besides, the thumb present number Five in chinese. So, a thumb and a little finger is Six, a thumb and forefinger and middle finger present Seven.

1 Yut

2 Yee

3 Saum

4 Say

5 Mm

6 Lut

7 Chut

8 Baut

9 Gauw ( Hard to do in letters)

10 Sup (lolz)

lol in 1337 is 101

101 in binary is 5

so, lol = 5

Binary:

Base 10 value - 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1

Power of two - 2

^{7}2^{6}2^{5}2^{4}2^{3}2^{2}2^{1}2^{0}To convert base 10 to binary, subtract the highest value, mark in the appropriate place, and repeat until zero.

e.g. '42'

-32 gives 10

-8 gives 2

-2 gives 0

Binary:

128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1

_0_ _0 _1 _0 1 0 1 0

10101

Which is 2

^{2}+ 2^{3}+ 2^{5 }http://www.masterstech-home.com/The_Library/ASL_Dictionary_Project/ASL_Tables/Numbers.html

Looks a lot easier than Chinese although, not nearly as many people in the world would understand it.

http://www.instructables.com/id/EIK4QLI9IIEQ2W3D0J/?ALLSTEPS