Signs of the times

I made two new signs last week.  What do you think?


In English “sign” is either a verb or a noun.

Verb form:(動詞)

Could you please sign this form?

Would you mind signing my t-shirt?

Noun form:(名詞)

I missed the sign for Starbucks, did you see it?

Turn left when you see the Gusto sign.

Or, sign is also used as “しるし”。

Signs of the times. 時のしるし。

I hope the Corona Virus is not a sign of things to come.


DON’T ASK, “Can I have your sign please?”  This is wrong.  In English, we would say either; “May I have your autograph (or signature)? or Would you sign this for me . . . .I’m a big fan!

Also, sign is used to ask someone’s astrology. 星座。

What’s your sign?  I’m a Libra.See the source image

When I woke up this morning, I had an email that another school is closing for the Spring semester.  I sure hope this is not a sign of things to come.

Let’s all keep a safe distance apart, clean hands, and a positive attitude.  We can all get through this together!  Here is a sign!