dgskorpus_sh_04: Discussion

Topics Communication; Communication: Interpreting; Deaf Culture; GDR: Fall of the Berlin Wall (1989); Personal Hygiene, Health, Illness: Cochlear Implant (CI); Personal Hygiene, Health, Illness: Deafness (medical); Politics: Fall of the Berlin Wall (1989); Pregnancy and Birth: In Vitro Fertilization; Sign Language: ASL; Sign Language: Interpreting; Society: Fall of the Berlin Wall (1989); Work and Profession: University Studies

Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Moderator
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All topics just had to be about politics, well.
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OF-ALL-THINGS2* aus{gerechnet}
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ALL2A alle
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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POLITICS-$CANDIDATE-SH03 politik
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I1* [MG]
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I don’t like the topic about genes and children.
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||$INDEX1 mit
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||GENE1* gen
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||CHILD1* kind
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||I1 [MG]
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||$INDEX1
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Okay, so let’s put that one aside.
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STOP1^*
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OKAY1* okay
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ASIDE1A [MG]
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Interpreters, well/
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I, the wall/
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||INTERPRETER1 dolmetsch
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WALL1B*
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$GEST^ [MG]
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I’d pick the one about interpreters, but I have too much to criticise.
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I1 [MG]
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INTERPRETER1* dol{metscher}
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TO-LIKE4 [MG]
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BUT1* aber
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* zu viel
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TO-CRITICISE1B* [MG]
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I1 [MG]
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APPROXIMATELY2^* [MG]
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The fall of the Berlin wall, well.
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2 mauerfall
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$GEST^ [MG]
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That’s also related to politics, well.
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||POLITICS1* politik [MG]
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||TO-LINK1A^
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$GEST^ [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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What was the fourth topic again?
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||$NUM-ORDINAL1:4 vier
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$LIST1:4of4* [MG]
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It was about university.
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UNIVERSITY2* uni
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It was about students who do not want to stay in Germany, but go to the US to study there.
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EXIT1^* [MG]
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Well.
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GERMAN1* deutschland
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$GEST^ [MG]
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TO-LET1^* [MG]
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I don’t have a lot of experience with that. I wouldn’t choose the fourth topic.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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I1*
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A erfahrung
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$LIST1:4of4 [MG]
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I2*
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I guess we should choose the second topic then - interpreters.
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$LIST1:2of4 dolmetscher
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$GEST^
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Sure, why not.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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So, it’s going to be the interpreters.
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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$GEST-OFF^
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ [MG]
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Have you always been able to get an interpreter on short notice and without any trouble? Did they fulfil your expectations?
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$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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YOU1* [MG]
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YOU1
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PROCEEDING1^* [MG]
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INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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EQUAL8^* gleich
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TIME1*
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CONVENIENT1^ [MG]
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Unfortunately not.
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TO-ORDER1A bestell
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YOU1 wel{che}
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EXPECTATION1A erwarten
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||NOT3A nicht
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It’s been bad.
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||BAD-OR-STALE1 schlecht
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Most of the time/
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I had an appointment with an interpreter, but he didn’t come.
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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APPOINTMENT1A* termin
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||TO-COME1 kommt
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NOTHING1A* nicht
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$GEST-OFF^
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And usually/
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||AND2A und
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And he didn’t tell you that he couldn’t make it?
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TO-LET-KNOW1A^*
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USUALLY1 normal
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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NONE8 [MG]
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MESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1 abgemeldet
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It happened once that he didn’t notify me.
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||ONCE1* einmal
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||BEEN1^* fall
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CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A
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||BEEN1* gewesen
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||TO-LET-KNOW1A* bescheid
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But still/
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$ORAL^ aber
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I’ve experienced it first hand that two interpreters were supposed to come, but then I was notified that unfortunately only one of them could come.
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||I2 ich
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BEEN1* gewes
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EXPERIENCE1A erleb
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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||I1 leider
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||INTERPRETER1* dolm{etscher}
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||TO-COME1 kommt
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So, one interpreter cancelled; that’s okay.
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||ONLY2B nur
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OKAY1* okay
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But still/
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$ORAL^ aber
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||NEVERTHELESS1* trotzdem
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The other case was about going to the job centre.
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BUT1* aber
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DIFFERENT2* ander
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DIFFERENT4
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||TO-WORK2 arbeitsamt
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I arranged everything with the interpreter, but then suddenly he just didn’t come, and didn’t inform me, either.
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||INTERPRETER1 dolm{etscher}
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||SHALL1 soll
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NOTHING1A nichts
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||TO-COME1 {ge}komm
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Not even the job centre knew anything about it.
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||NOTHING1A* nicht
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||MESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1 {ge}meld{et}
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$INDEX1*
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||TO-WORK1* arbeits{amt}
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ [MG]
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I don’t know whether that was good.
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$ORAL^ ob
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||GOOD1* gut
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||IT-WORKS1* läuft
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* aber
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I don’t know whether there’s a shortage.
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IF2* ob
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||LACK1* mangel
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||I1*
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß nicht
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*||WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1* wie sieht aus
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||TO-MEMORISE1^ [MG]
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All this with the interpreters has to get better; it has to be improved.
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||MUST1A* muss
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INTERPRETER1 dolm{etscher}
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||BETTER1* besser
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||TO-IMPROVE1 verbessern
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$GEST-OFF^
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I haven’t had such an experience yet.
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SELF1A* selbst
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* erfahrung
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NOT-YET2 noch nicht
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I’ve always been lucky, I guess.
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LUCK1* glück
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SUDDENLY4^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Still, I have been using interpreters only rarely.
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NEVERTHELESS3* trotzdem
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1 benutze
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LITTLE-BIT2* wenig
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INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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I know that they are always limited.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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ALWAYS6* immer
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AGAINST2^*
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Actually, I really like interpreters. I think the profession as such is great.
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$GEST-OFF^* wie [MG]
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LIKE7B
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INTERPRETER1 dolme{tscher}
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ACTUALLY1A* eig{entlich}
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SUPER1* [MG]
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PROFESSION1B* beruf
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HEADING1^
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SUPER1* [MG]
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But what’s problematic is their personal interaction. That‘s not so great.
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BUT1* aber
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PROBLEM1 problem
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WHAT1A* was
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INSIDE1B^*
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APPROXIMATELY2^ [MG]
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Different people have very diverse emotions.
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EXAMPLE1 zum beispiel
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$GEST^
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DIFFERENCE1B* untersch{iedliche}
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PEOPLE2* leute
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EMOTIONAL1 emotional
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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PEOPLE2*
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Everyone’s ideas are very different.
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstell
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ZOOM1^*
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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People’s language skills also vary a lot.
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AND2B* auch
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LANGUAGE1* sprache
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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BIG3B* groß
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DISTINCT1* versch{ieden}
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Interpreters can’t adapt to the individual people.
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TO-ADJUST1 an{passen}
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ALSO1A* auch
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$INDEX4
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The interpreter can say, ”That’s who I am.”
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LIKE-THIS2 so
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I2*
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LIKE-THIS2* [MG] so
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I2* [MG]
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LIKE-THIS2* so
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That’s difficult.
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Yes, the interpreter is supposed to be ”neutral”.
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DIFFERENCE1C^ [MG]
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||YES2 [MG]
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||MUST1A muss
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||INTERPRETER1* dolme{tscher}
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||NEUTRAL1A* neutral
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NEUTRAL2
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QUOTATION-MARKS1* [MG]
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You are saying that they have to adapt.
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||SELF2 was
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TO-SAY1 sagt
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||TO-ADJUST1 anpassen
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It‘s not enough to just adapt a little.
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||BIT2A bisschen
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||NOT3A nicht
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||ENOUGH2 genug
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Sometimes that’s true, right.
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SOMETIMES1 manchmal
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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Sometimes it is, sometimes it’s not.
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||SOMETIMES1* manchmal
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||APPROXIMATELY2^* [MG]
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One interpreter is good, the other not so much.
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GOOD1* gut
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||PERSON1 [MG]
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APPROXIMATELY2^*
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I’m always relieved when I get the interpreter I hoped for.
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I1 aber
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SELF1A selbst
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TO-WISH1A wünschen
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PERSON1^*
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TO-SAY1*
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ALLOWED1* darf
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TO-WISH1A* wünsch
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$INDEX1
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RELIEVED2 [MG]
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I know him; I trust him; about the others I feel more insecure.
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I1 ich
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B||$INDEX1 kenne
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TRUST1* vertrauen
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||ON-PERSON1
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$ORAL^ aber
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DIFFERENT2 ander
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ALL2A^
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I1 unsicher
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SECURE2
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$GEST^
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||I1
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Well, the profession of an interpreter requires secrecy.
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||ALTHOUGH1* obwohl
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||PROFESSION1A beruf
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||MUST1A* muss
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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ANONYMOUS1B anonym
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$GEST^
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But do they really always stick to that a hundred per cent?
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||DIFFERENT2^* und viele haben
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||MUST1A^* nicht
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||TO-HIDE2* [MG]
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||$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1* hundert
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PERCENT3* prozent
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GOOD1^* [MG]
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I wouldn’t be too sure of that.
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||INSECURE1* [MG]
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Right.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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So and so.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B* stimmt ||HALF5* halb halb
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$GEST^ [MG]
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That’s a problem.
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PROBLEM1 problem
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Objectively, interpreters could stick to secrecy.
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ACTUALLY1A eigen{tlich}
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$INDEX1 dolme{tscher}
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INTERPRETER1*
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CAN1* kann
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ANONYMOUS1A* anonym
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TO-SIGN1A*
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But it becomes a problem if after an appointment the interpreters talk about what happened. Even if they avoid details, others could recognize who the client was. That’s unsettling.
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ONLY2B nur
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PROBLEM1* problem
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SITUATION1* situation
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$INDEX1*
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TO-TELL3A* erzählt
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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TO-RECOGNISE1* [MG]
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APPOINTMENT1A termin
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A^* kenn
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WHO3 wer
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A-MOMENT-AGO1^* gerade
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INVOLVED1A* dabei
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TO-BE-IN-HOT-WATER2^* [MG]
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They will immediately know the persons name.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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NAME1B* name
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CLEAR1D* klar
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The deaf world is too small; there are too few people.
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REASON4A* grund
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GROUP1A^* wenig
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WORLD1 welt
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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IN1* [MG]
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LITTLE-BIT2* zu wenig
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Or if you need help/
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$INDEX1
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WHICH2* und welche
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TO-HELP1 hilfe
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TO-NEED1* braucht
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They don’t know how to deal with that.
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HE-SHE-IT2 sie
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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TO-AVOID2* umgang
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For them, it’s not about the people.
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NOT3A nicht
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NAME1B name
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ON-PERSON1^*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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But still.
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotzdem
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For example, I recently heard about a fight that interpreters had quite some time ago.
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$INDEX-ORAL1* zum beispiel
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EXAMPLE1
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I1*
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TO-LEARN-STH1B erfahren
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RECENTLY1 [MG]
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BEEN1* gewesen
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INTERPRETER1* dolmet{scher}
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TO-ARGUE3* [MG]
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TO-AVOID2*
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It was an interesting topic, very interesting indeed.
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INTEREST1A* [MG]
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SUBJECT1 thema
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INTEREST1A* [MG]
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The Deaf Association tried to gather information to find out about the incident.
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TO-TRY1* vers{ucht}
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlosenverband
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UNION1B
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PERCEPTION1^*
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They wanted to know whether there had been any incidents with interpreters in the past.
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CAN1* kann
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INTERPRETER1* dolme{tscher}
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WHAT1A was
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CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A fall
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*||$INDEX1 was was was was
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They gathered a lot of information.
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TO-COLLECT4* [MG]
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A young student was involved in quite a startling case.
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SUDDENLY4^*
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VERY7^* [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d* ein
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TO-STUDY2 stu{dent}
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PERSON1*
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YOUNG2* jung
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TO-BELONG1^*
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TO-COME1^* [MG]
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He had requested an interpreter, and his requirement was that the interpreter was supposed to be very well versed in math.
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TO-ORDER1A* bestellt
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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TO-CLAIM1^
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MATHEMATHICS1B* mathematik
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TO-MASTER1
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He told him about this condition right when he booked him.
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TO-CLAIM1^
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ALREADY1B schon
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TO-LET-KNOW1B* [MG]
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The interpreter said ”Yes, of course I can do that, yes!”
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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TO-SAY1*
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I1* [MG]
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YES1A* [MG]
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YES1A*
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He believed him and was relieved.
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RELIEVED1 [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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Come on/
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COME-HERE1
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The student was the only deaf person in a lecture hall full of people and was happy to see the interpreter there.
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ALONE1C allein
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-PASSIVE1 [MG]
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TOTALLY-FINE1* [MG]
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TO-HIRE1B* [MG]
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Later he got furious because the interpreter didn’t understand most of what was presented in the lecture.
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MAD2* [MG]
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REASON4A*
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TO-MISS-STH1* [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A [MG]
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$GEST^
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TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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CONTENT3*
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstanden
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$GEST-OFF^*
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The student said, ”I asked you beforehand whether you knew mathematics well, and you said you did.”
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TO-SAY1* sagt
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BEFOREHAND1 vorher
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ALREADY1B* schon
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QUESTION1 frag
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MATHEMATHICS1B* mathe
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B [MG]
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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TO-SAY1* ja
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YES1A*
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But in fact, he didn’t.
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CAN1*
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Wow, that’s interesting.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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The student flipped and fired him.
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||INTEREST1B* interessant
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TO-FEEL-INDIGNANT1* [MG]
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OUT3* raus
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And what did the interpreter do after that?
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AND7* und
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TO-MAKE2* was macht
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He told all the other interpreters about it.
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ALL1B alle
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INTERPRETER1* dolme{tscher}
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That’s why most interpreters wouldn’t go there.
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THEREFORE1* darum
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MOST1A meist
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INTERPRETER1* dol{metscher}
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TO-COME1 komm
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NOT3A* nicht
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$GEST-OFF^*
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They wouldn’t go because of him.
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BECAUSE-OF1* wegen
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HE-SHE-IT2 ihm
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How intense.
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The poor student.
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POOR-YOU1* [MG]
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||A-WHOLE-LOT1^ [MG]
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That the interpreter had lied wasn’t good either.
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But/
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||$INDEX1 aber
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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TO-LIE1 lügen
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BEAUTIFUL3 auch nicht schön
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Yes, exactly. ||$GEST^ eben
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Sometimes it’s better to be honest.
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||SOMETIMES1 manchmal
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TO-BELONG1^* ehrlich
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||HONEST1*
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||I1 meine
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||OPINION1B*
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$GEST-OFF^*||I2*
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||$INDEX1 aber
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Many also say that they’d like to know whether accounting is done correctly regarding the interpreter’s wage, or whether the books are being manipulated.
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||ALL2B^ die
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||TO-SAY2* sagen
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||ALSO1A* auch
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TO-SPEAK1^* gesprochen
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||TOWARDS9* zum beispiel
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||INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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||$INDEX1
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||TO-LIKE4 möchte
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE1* wissen
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$INDEX2||SALARY1 gehalt
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CORRECT1 [MG]
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||OR4B* oder
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||TO-AVOID1* [MG]
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||OR4B o{der}
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||$GEST^ [MG]
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Many say that they are wondering why interpreters are billing more and more, even though their wages are quite high already.
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||$INDEX1 warum
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||TO-SAY1 sagen
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||ALL2B* alle
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||MOST1A* meist
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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||WAGE1 lohn
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||GOOD1* gut
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||$INDEX-ORAL1 warum
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||PLUS1* plus plus
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They are a bit expensive, so to speak.
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||BIT4* bisschen
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||EXPENSIVE1 teuer
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||ON-PERSON1^*
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||QUOTATION-MARKS2
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But there are appointments that are covered by health insurance.
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$INDEX1* aber
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||THERE-IS2* gibt
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||ALL2B^
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||SICK1 krankenkasse
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TO-PAY1* [MG]
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||TO-UNDERTAKE1* über{nimmt}
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||TO-COST1 kosten aber
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For other appointments, for example with a lawyer or something like that, I have to pay myself.
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DIFFERENT2* andere
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||LIKE7A* wie
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||LAWYER1 rechtsanwalt
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$GEST^
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OR4B* oder
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||MUST1A* muss
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||I1 selbst
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||SELF1A*
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||TO-PAY8 bezahlen
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When I saw the bill, I almost had a heart attack.
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||I1 aber
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TO-CALCULATE1* [MG]
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||I1
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||VERY6* [MG]
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Yes.
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YES2 [MG] TO-BEAT11 [MG]
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They get that much?
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Unfortunately, yes.
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||LIKE-THIS1 so
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UNFORTUNATELY1* leider leider
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||LIKE-THIS4
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That’s a lot.
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||A-WHOLE-LOT1^ [MG]
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Plus, they get travel reimbursement for the kilometres travelled, and so on.
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PLUS1 plus
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TO-DRIVE1 fahr
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KILOMETER1* kilometer
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||AFTERWARDS2A^* und so weiter
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That’s immense.
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Unfortunately.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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$GEST-OFF^*
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UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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$GEST-OFF^*
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But in fact, the interpreters should be thanking the deaf people, since they are the reason they have a job.
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||$INDEX1 aber
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||ALSO1A auch
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||GRATEFUL1* dankbar
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||ALL2B^
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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||INTERPRETER1* dolme{tscher}
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||FOR1* für
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||SUCCESS1^ [MG]
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Considering what interpreters think of deaf people, you will see that the interpreters are looking down on deaf people, when truly it should be the other way around.
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||PROFESSION1A beruf
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AND2B und
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$INDEX1
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ON-PERSON1* auf $GEST-OFF^*
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TO-LOOK-AT1* schauen
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WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1* wie sieht aus
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Exactly.
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$GEST-OFF^ $GEST-OFF^
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MEANING1* bedeutet
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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TO-LOOK-AT2*
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INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher They have the advantage of being two people.
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||YES2 [MG]
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HOW-COME1* wieso
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TO-LOOK-AT2*
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||MORE1 mehr
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||GAIN1 gewinn
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$GEST-OFF^*
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ACTUALLY1A* eigentlich
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2* zwei
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$GEST-OFF^*
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||$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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Sadly yes.
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||UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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Well.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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Once, I had the following happen to me:
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MY1 [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d* ein
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CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A* fall
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SUDDENLY4^* [MG]
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I went to see a political speech.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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POLITICS-$CANDIDATE-SH03 politik
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LECTURE1* [MG]
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I was sitting in the audience.
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I1* [MG]
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TO-GO2A*
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TO-SIT1B
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I1*
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I told the interpreters that they should step a bit further to the side.
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SUDDENLY4^*||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||I2 [MG]
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^* dol{metscher}
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INTERPRETER1*
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||$PROD* [MG]
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They just looked away arrogantly and turned around.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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THEN7*
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$PROD*
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I was really perplexed.
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I1
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CLOSE-BY4^ [MG]
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I1 [MG]
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It was very disappointing.
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TO-LOOK-AT2^ [MG]
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TO-BE-DISILLUSIONED1* [MG]
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I wanted to shoot them.
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I2*
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TO-SHOOT1D* [MG]
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PREFERABLY1* am liebsten
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I1
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But I just grinned and bore it.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* aber
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TO-ACCEPT-STH1B*
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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Usually they would have to respect you when you tell them to step aside and do as you said.
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||USUALLY1* normalerweise
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||YOU1 [MG]
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||TO-LET-KNOW1A
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They didn’t, not in the slightest.
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||RESPECT1A respekt
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NO3B^ TO-POSTPONE3^
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NOT3B* nicht
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Oh my.
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$GEST-NM^||$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^ [MG]
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There were even two of them!
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Later on you should/
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:2 zwei
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||AFTERWARDS1A^
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||$GEST-OFF^
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ATTENTION1*
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:2* zwei
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When something like that happens, you better file a complaint about them at the interpreters’ agency.
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||MUST1A muss
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||I1 [MG]
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||DAY-AFTER1A^ [MG]
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||$INDEX1
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||IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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I don’t book them anymore.
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||RATHER1* lieber
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I2 ich
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TO-ORDER1A* bestelle
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||TO-ENLIGHTEN1^* erzählen
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht
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||WHO2* wer
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I don’t do that anymore.
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetscherzentrale
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CENTER1A
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I told them. ||$GEST-OFF^
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I1 gewesen
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BEEN1*
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TO-LET-KNOW1A* sagen
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INFORMATION2A info
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No, they defended them.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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They still pretend nothing has happened.
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$ORAL^ aber
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||NEVERTHELESS4 trotzdem
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||AFTERWARDS1A^*
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FOR1* für
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PROTECTION1A* schutz
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That’s unfair.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$MORPH-UN1B ungerecht
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LAW-OR-JUSTICE1*
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$GEST^
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They should stand up for the deaf people.
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||MUST1A* muss
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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FOR1* für
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As they say, interpreters need to have discipline and so on.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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||TO-SAY1 sagt man
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||$INDEX1
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$ORAL^ warum
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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MUST1A* muss
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DISCIPLINE1 disziplin
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$GEST^
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||AND-SO-ON2* und so weiter
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If the agency gives them instructions, they have to follow them.
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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$INDEX1* was
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||TO-SAY1 sag
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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DISCIPLINE1
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They can’t ignore a story like yours.
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||LIKE-THIS2* so
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||LIKE-THIS4*
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^* [MG]
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||DONT-TAKE-SERIOUSLY1 [MG]
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The agency shouldn’t be an ally of the interpreters.
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UNION2A^ [MG]
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||ALL2B^ [MG]
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||HEARING1A
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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When a deaf person files a complaint, they have to inform the interpreters and change things for the better.
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||ALL2B^ viele
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||TO-SAY1 sagen
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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TO-COMPLAIN-$CANDIDATE-SH11 beschweren
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||$INDEX1
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||MUST1A* muss
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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||TO-IMPROVE1 verbessern
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I already did/
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Why else do interpreters’ certificates exist?
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||WHY10B* warum
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ALREADY1A schon
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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||ID-CARD3^* [MG]
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RATHER1* lieber
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$GEST^
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||PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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||FOR-WHAT3* wofür
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I already told them.
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I1 ich
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ALREADY1B schon
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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They said they’d be willing to improve things.
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HE-SHE-IT2 sie
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TO-SAY1* sagt
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READY2A* bereit
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TO-IMPROVE1 verbessern
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But I don’t believe them.
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I1 ich glaube nicht
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They still defended the interpreters.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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$INDEX1 trotzdem
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NEVERTHELESS2A
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PROTECTION1A* schutz
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Still.
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotzdem
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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Why do interpreters get this certificate?
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$INDEX1 warum
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||ID-CARD3^*
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FOR-WHAT3* wofür
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||TO-ACKNOWLEDGE1* [MG]
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They have to do it right.
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MUST1A muss
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GOOD1^* richtig
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$GEST^ machen
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The way it’s going right now leads into the wrong direction.
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||LIKE-THIS1 so
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||IT-WORKS1* läuft
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||BIT2A* bisschen
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PARALLEL1A^*
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We have to pull the brake.
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||RATHER1* lieber
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||MUST1A muss
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||$PROD* brems
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Well.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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For example, you know the situation/
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YOU1
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A* kennst
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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$GEST-OFF^
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SITUATION1 situation
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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FEELING3^
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$GEST^ [MG]
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A simple example/
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YOU1^*
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EASY1 einfaches
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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$GEST-NO-IDEA1^*
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Well, I go shopping.
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I1 [MG]
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SUDDENLY4^* [MG]
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I1
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$ORAL^ einkaufen
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TO-GO1A* [MG]
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Suddenly I’m hit by a car.
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SUDDENLY4^* [MG]
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CAR3* auto
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$PROD*
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I’m the one affected.
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SELF1A* selbst
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AFFECTED2 betroffen
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$GEST-OFF^*
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No, let me think.
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NO1A [MG]
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$GEST^
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Simple, very simple.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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EASY1* einfach einfach
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I am ill.
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ONCE-MORE1A^
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SICK1 krankheit
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That example is easier to explain.
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BETTER1* besser
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A*
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Taking an illness as an example is better.
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SICK1 krankheit
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BETTER1* besser
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SICK1 krankheit
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I’m going to the doctor’s and the examination takes forever.
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SUDDENLY4^* [MG]
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I1
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PHYSICIAN1* arzt
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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TO-SWARM1^ [MG]
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$GEST^
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That goes on until the doctor says ”I have bad news for you.“
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PHYSICIAN1* arzt
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^* [MG]
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TO-TELL4* [MG]
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WHAT1B* [MG]
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$INDEX1 schlimm
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BAD3A*
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The interpreter said, “You are affected by the swine flue.
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SELF1A* s{elbst}
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ALSO1A auch
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SELF1A* selbst
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ALSO1A* auch
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AFFECTED2 {be}troffen
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WHAT1B* was
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PIG2* schweinegrippe
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It’s bad.”
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BAD3D schlimm
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I learn about that and think, ”I’m affected.”
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I1
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TO-LOOK-AT2
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AFFECTED2 betroffen
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But what is actually being said is that I have that disease.
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NO1A [MG]
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I1
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TO-OWN1* [MG]
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ACTUALLY1C eigentlich
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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But the hearing person, no, the interpreter signs, ”You are affected.”
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotzdem
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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HEARING1A* hör{end}
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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TO-SIGN1A*
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YOU1
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AFFECTED2 betroffen
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It’s as if he was saying, well, too bad for you.
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$GEST^ wie
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$GEST^ [MG]
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No!
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NO1A
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What he should be saying is ”You have that illness.”
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LANGUAGE1^*
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TO-OWN1 [MG]
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SICK1 krankheit
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$GEST-OFF^*
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ACTUALLY1A eigentlich
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s a contradiction.
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CONTRADICTION1A* widerspruch
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The signs have to be chosen very carefully for it to be exactly correct.
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MUST1A* muss [MG]
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TO-SIGN1B*
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EXACTLY1* genau
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$GEST-OFF^
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We - the deaf people - are different.
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WE1B* wir
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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When I learn that I’m affected, that creates more of a feeling of ”I’m affected, it’s something bad.”
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ZOOM1^
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I1* [MG]
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AFFECTED2 betroffen
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AFFECTED2 betroffen
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$GEST^
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BAD4 schlimm
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Right.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^
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BAD4 schlimm
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B [MG]
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But it really wasn’t that bad.
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NO1A^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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If I know that I simply have that disease, I know that it’s going to get better eventually.
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TO-OWN1* [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* ach
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NEXT1 nächste
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BETTER1* wieder besser
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$GEST-NM^* [MG]
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That’s right.
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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||$INDEX1
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Misunderstandings between interpreters and deaf people happen quite often.
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||MOST1A meist
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||$INDEX1
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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||$INDEX1*
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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||TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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||TO-SUFFER1A^* missverstanden
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||TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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The reason is/
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The interpreter uses a specific word, but in reality, a totally different meaning was intended.
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REASON4A* grund
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||WORD3 wort
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||$INDEX1*
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||OPINION1B* mei{nt}
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||TO-SWAP2^ an{ders}
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The deaf person will think that that it isn’t possible, because something different was intended. $INDEX1* unm{öglich}
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TO-THINK1B*
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IMPOSSIBLE2*
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$INDEX1 aber
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MEANING1*
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OPINION1B mei{nt}
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DIFFERENT2* anders
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That situation is slightly difficult.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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||BIT1B* biss{chen}
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That’s right.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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SITUATION2A situ{ation}
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$GEST^ [MG]
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The problem is:
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PROBLEM1 problem
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WHAT1B* was
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||$INDEX1
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For example/
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EXAMPLE1 zum beispiel
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$GEST^ [MG]
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The basic meaning of the words and signs is quite clear.
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BASE-GROUND3* grundlage
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WORD2* wort wort wort wort
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TO-SIGN1A*
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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CONTENT3
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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CLEAR1A* klar
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That’s what we saw in the example of the word AFFECTED.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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AFFECTED2^ [MG]
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The primary meaning is clear at first.
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CLEAR1A* klar
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WORD1^
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But the secondary meanings can vary quite a lot.
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BUT1* aber
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DOWN1^*
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MEANING1* bedeutungen Right.
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DISTINCT1 verschieden
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B [MG]
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If such a word is being used, the interpreter shouldn’t simply translate that word into one sign.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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TO-PRODUCE2^*
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NOT-ALLOWED3 darf nicht
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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WORD1^ [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A*
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NOT3A nicht
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They need to have a couple of different signs at hand, according to the different secondary meanings.
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MUST1A muss
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DISTINCT1* verschie{dene}
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Right.
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TO-SIGN1A*
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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TO-CHANGE2A^*
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Otherwise it’s going to be difficult.
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$INDEX1*
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TO-BE-IN-HOT-WATER4* [MG]
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But on the other hand, there are Codas and other people who have a lot of experience with deaf people, so to speak.
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||BUT1* aber
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||$INDEX1*
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QUOTATION-MARKS2*
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CODA1* coda
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OR4B* oder
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* erfahrung
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CLEAR1B^
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WITH1A* mit
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlosen
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TO-AVOID2 u{mgang}
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MUCH-OR-MANY1B* [MG]
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The have a better intuition for things like these.
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FEELING3^
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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BETTER1 besser
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$INDEX1
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Other hearing people who only interpret say, ”That’s what it means. That’s the way it is.”
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$INDEX4
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HEARING1A* hör{end}
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TO-TRANSLATE1A* [MG]
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LIKE-THIS2*
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LIKE-THIS2
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That is problematic.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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Usually, hearing people would have to immerse themselves into deaf culture.
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USUALLY1 normal
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MUST1A muss
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IN1* im
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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CULTURE1B* kultur
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IN1^* herein
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$INDEX1 True.
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||$GEST^ [MG]
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Actually, they have to.
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ACTUALLY1B eigentlich
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$GEST-OFF^*
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But whether there are many at the moment who/
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Many of them don’t want to. ||IN1^* aber
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MUCH-OR-MANY1B* viele
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MOMENT1* moment
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||ALL2A^
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TO-LIKE4 mag
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||$GEST^ gibts nicht
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NOT3A
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But I’m wondering whether there actually are that many hearing interpreters who are truly interested in immersing themselves into deaf culture.
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||IF4* ob
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||ALL2A^
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viele
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||INTERPRETER1* dolm{etscher}
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||HEARING1A* hör{end}
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||INTEREST1B* interessant
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||IN1* in
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* ge{hörlosen}welt
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WORLD1
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They do it for the money.
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||QUESTIONMARK1* [MG]
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MONEY1A* geld
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$PROD*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$GEST^ [MG] Well, I don’t know about that.
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||$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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They should be interested in learning about deaf people when they enter the deaf world.
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||$INDEX1 für
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||MEANING1* bedeut
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||QUOTATION-MARKS1* [MG]
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||$INDEX1*
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||FOR1* für
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||GRATEFUL1* dankbar
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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||RATHER1* lieber
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||UNDER1A^*
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||WORLD1 welt
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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||INTEREST1B* [MG]
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That way you get a feeling for what it’s all about.
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TO-OBTAIN1* be{kommt} {ge}fühl
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FEELING3
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But if that‘s missing, well, that’s difficult.
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NOT1 nicht
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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If they only do it to earn money, my goodness.
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||$INDEX1* geld
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||MONEY1A*
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TO-PRAY1B^ mein gott
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I wouldn’t like that.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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An example:
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It’s unfortunate.
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$GEST-OFF^
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||UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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They can charge 55 euros per hour, that’s a lot already.
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HOUR2B pro
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POSSIBLE1B* möglich
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$NUM-DOUBLE1A:5 fünfundfünfzig
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EURO1* euro
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$GEST-OFF^*
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VERY6 [MG]
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ALREADY1A* schon
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$GEST-OFF^*
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They should be happy to have that job. $ORAL^ jetzt
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||HAPPY1* froh
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||PROFESSION1A beruf
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In other professions, you have to work for eight hours.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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DIFFERENT2* andere
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EASY1 einfach
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TO-WORK2* arbeiten
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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HOUR2B* acht stunden
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$GEST-OFF^
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That seems out of proportion.
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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$INDEX1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Interpreters work two hours a day, and then they’ll just go home.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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TO-WORK2* ar{beiten}
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ONLY2A nur
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DAY1A* am tag
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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END1^
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TO-BRUSH-OFF-HANDS1^ [MG]
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GO-HOME1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s ruthless.
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CONSIDERATION1 rücksichtslos
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$MORPH-LESS1
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Well, maybe not ruthless, but that is what they do.
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I1* [MG]
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FEELING3^*
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NOT-ALLOWED3 darf nicht
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TO-SAY1* sagen
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CONSIDERATION1 rücksichtslos
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$MORPH-LESS1*
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$INDEX1 aber
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DONE1A fertig
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$GEST-OFF^
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That doesn’t feel right.
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$GEST-SCEPTICAL1^* [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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Unfortunately/
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||UNFORTUNATELY1*
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Whether Germany has many interpreters or whether there’s a lack of interpreters in many areas or/
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||IF4 ob hier
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||HERE1*
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MUCH-OR-MANY4 viel
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||GERMAN1* deutschland
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||AREA1A^*
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||A-WHOLE-LOT2* viel
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||INTERPRETER1* dolm{etscher}
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||OR4B* oder
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||LACK1 mangel
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||OR4B oder
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Because there‘s a shortage of interpreters in many places, you need to look for them in neighbouring regions.
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||OFTEN1A* oft
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$GEST^
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||OFTEN1B* oft
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LACK1 ma{ngel}
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$GEST^
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||LOCATION3^* [MG]
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I’m wondering why.
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||I1*
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TO-WONDER1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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Maybe there are very many interpreters in one area, while another area has none.
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* vielleicht
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LOCATION1A* regional
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$INDEX1 da
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VERY6 [MG]
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DIFFERENT2 anderen
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LOCATION1A regional
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NONE8* [MG]
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I1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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But if the money is good, then why is there a lack of interpreters?
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$ORAL^ aber
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||I1 [MG]
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||TO-WONDER1*
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||IF-OR-WHEN1*
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||MONEY1A geld
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED2* stimmt
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||NEVERTHELESS3* trotz{dem}
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||LACK1 mangel
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||INTERPRETER1* dolme{tscher}
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I don’t understand that.
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||I1 verstehe
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||TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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||NO3A^
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$GEST-OFF^ nicht [MG]
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That’s crystal clear.
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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CLEAR1B klar
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If they worked eight hours a day, they surely could make ten times as many appointments.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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$INDEX1
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HOUR2B* acht stunden
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10* zehn
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TIMES3 mal
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APPOINTMENT1A termin
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CAN1
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$INDEX1 kann
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If they did that, there would be no shortage!
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LACK1 mangel
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Often, they can’t make it because they suddenly have to fill in at another appointment that is more important than mine.
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||MOST1A mei{stens}
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||TO-COME1 kommen
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||THERE1* [MG]
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TO-JUMP1* spring
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No, they’ll just say ”I have two appointments for 55 euros each, so I make 100 euros a day. That’s enough.”
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||IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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TO-SAY1*
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WHAT1A was
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2* zwei
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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APPOINTMENT1A termin
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$NUM-DOUBLE1A:5 fünfundfünf{zig}
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EURO1* euro
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DAY1B am tag
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$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1 hundert euro
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EURO1
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TO-HAND2 reichen
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$GEST-OFF^*
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If you multiply that by 30 days, that’s 3000 euros.
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TO-MULTIPLY1 mal
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$NUM-TENS2A:3d* dreißig
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DAY1A* tage
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$CUED-SPEECH* ist
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$NUM-THOUSANDS1:3d dreitausend
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d*
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That’s more than enough.
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TO-HAND2 reicht
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$GEST-OFF^*
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There’s no need for them to have ten appointments.
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MUST1A* muss nicht
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10* zehn
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APPOINTMENT1A termin termin
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TO-NEED1* brauch nicht
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$GEST-OFF^*
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But still, sometimes they aren’t there/
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$ORAL^ aber
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||NEVERTHELESS5 trotzdem
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||SOMETIMES1 manchmal
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||$INDEX1*
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||PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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If they fall ill, okay.
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||IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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||SICK1 krank
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CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A fall
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OKAY1* okay
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But it’s different if I set an appointment beforehand and it gets taken from me.
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$ORAL^ aber
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$INDEX1* wenn
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||AHEAD-OF6A* vor
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||I1 zuerst
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||FIRST1B
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||I1 termin
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||APPOINTMENT1A
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||THIS-TIME1
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||THEN1A da{nn}
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TO-TAKE-AWAY1* weggenommen
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Do you know what I mean?
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^
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That doesn’t feel good.
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||FEELING3^
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First, I made an appointment with both the interpreters.
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||FIRST1B zuerst
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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||I1 termin
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||APPOINTMENT1A*
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TO-DIVIDE-IN1A^*
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One of them said the other appointment was more important. But is it really that important?
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Right. $INDEX1 [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt TO-SAY1 wi{chtig}
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IMPORTANT1*
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Others, no, others/
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DIFFERENT2*
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MAYBE3* vielleicht
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$INDEX1* woanders
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DIFFERENT2*
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$INDEX1*
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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IMPORTANT1* so wichtig
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DIFFERENT2* [MG]
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Yes, that can happen as well.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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$GEST^ oder was
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CAN1* kann
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$GEST-OFF^* auch
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Technically, he then would have to find you another interpreter to fill in for her.
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DIFFERENT2* andere
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$INDEX2* dolmetscher
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INTERPRETER1*
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FOR1* für
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TO-SEARCH1* such
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ACTUALLY1B* eigentlich
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Yes, exactly.
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$GEST-OFF^ eben
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Technically.
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ACTUALLY1A* eigentlich
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But I was left with only one interpreter.
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$GEST^
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||BUT1* aber
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I1 eins
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1
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It was very difficult for him to last the two hour appointment.
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TO-BEAR1A* [MG]
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||HOUR2A* zwei
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||A-WHOLE-LOT2* [MG]
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VERY7*
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The interpreter needed many breaks and time outs.
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||$INDEX1 dolmetscher
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||INTERPRETER1*
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$GEST^ braucht
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PAUSE1* pause
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||STOP2
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Then/
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||THEN1A* dann
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Well, it was awful.
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$GEST-NM^||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||ATROCIOUS5* grausam
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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Well.
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$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^ [MG]
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Alas.
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||$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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||UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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What else? Let me think.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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||$GEST-TO-PONDER1^* [MG]
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That’s also when for example there’s two interpreters present at an appointment.
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||ALSO1A* auch
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$INDEX1*
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||EXAMPLE5* beispiel
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||EXAMPLE1
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$INDEX1
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||I1^ beim
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetsch
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||TO-LOOK-AT3^*
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TO-SIGN1A
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I look at them, and one of them is signing weirdly; I then ask them to stop.
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||$INDEX1
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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There’s two of them?
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||DIFFERENT1 [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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I1
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||STOP1 stopp
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You mean when there are two interpreters working?
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OPINION1B mein
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||STOP2*
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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Two, yes.
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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BOTH2A* beide
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So there’s two, yes.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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||YES2 [MG]
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The two of them are in front of me, signing. $INDEX1
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||$PROD* [MG]
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||I1 [MG]
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One will tap the other on the knee and point at the watch.
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$PROD*
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||TIME1^
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One of them needs a break, so they switch.
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||PAUSE1 pause
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||TO-SWAP3B* [MG]
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They split the time evenly.
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||EXACT4* [MG]
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||TO-DIVIDE-IN1A*
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Well.
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||BIT4* bisschen
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That’s how it goes.
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||LIKE-THIS1* so
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Then I’ll watch the other interpreter.
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||I1 [MG]
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||TO-LOOK3
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But he is using a weird sign.
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||I1 [MG]
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||$INDEX1
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||TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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||DIFFERENT2 [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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I’ll interrupt to ask about it, so that I can understand.
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STOP1^ [MG]
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I1 moment
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||MOMENT2*
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||STOP4* [MG]
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*||$INDEX1 was
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I-SEE1* ach
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Conversely, they’ll also ask about signs they don’t understand.
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||ALSO1A* auch
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||CONVERSELY1 um
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||I1
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||TO-SIGN1A*
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*
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||ALSO1A* auch
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||QUESTION1* frag mich
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So, when the one of them is signing, I won’t fully understand, like a hundred per cent.
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||NEVERTHELESS5* trotzdem
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||TO-SIGN1B*
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||FULL2A voll
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TO-PERCEIVE-EYE1A^
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||BUT1* aber
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||$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1* hundert
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||PERCENT3* pro{zent}
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A bit, a bit/
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||BIT1B bisschen
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||TO-PERCEIVE-EYE1A^*
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||BIT1B* bisschen
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
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What’s important is the content.
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Right, the content is important.
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CONTENT3* inhalt $INDEX1* [MG]
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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||CONTENT2* inhalt
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CONTENT3 inhalt
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||$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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||IMPORTANT1* wich{tig}
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That has to be conveyed.
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||TO-TRANSFER1A* [MG]
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I know/
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||I1 weiß
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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For example during a team meeting it’s not too bad.
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||TO-SEE1^*
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||EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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||$INDEX1*
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FAMILY1^* teamsitzung
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||MEETING1A*
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||BAD3A* schlimm
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But I’m wondering whether I could fully understand the interpreter signing in other settings.
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||IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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||I1 andere
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||DIFFERENT2*
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$INDEX1||ALL2A^
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||IF4* ob
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||FULL2A voll
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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||TO-PERCEIVE-EYE1A^* [MG]
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I see large question marks there.
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||FULL2A* voll
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I don’t know.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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I1* [MG]
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* nicht
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I’m thinking/ So, there’re interpreters, and there’re communication assistants, the latter of which are cheaper, the others more expensive. Do you have any experience with communication assistants/
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I2*
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TO-PONDER1* überleg
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WHAT2* was
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I don’t.
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NONE8 [MG]
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I don’t.
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I don’t have any experience with communication assistants.
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I1
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NONE8* [MG]
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ASSISTANCE1* kommunikationsassistenten
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NONE8 [MG]
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I’ve never used communication assistants.
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I1* assis{tent}
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ASSISTANCE1*
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NONE8 [MG]
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During team meetings, I get interpreters only.
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||ONLY2B nur
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FAMILY1^* teamsitzung
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||MEETING1A*
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||TO-APPOINT-SB1A*
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||INTERPRETER1* dolm{etscher}
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Okay. Maybe other deaf people told you about their experiences.
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But I haven‘t used communication assistants so far. $ORAL^ aber
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ASSISTANCE1* assis{tent}
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||NONE8* [MG]
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None.
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NONE8* [MG]
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No, I haven’t heard about this topic.
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ [MG]
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||NOTHING1A nichts
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People barely touched on that topic but no one told me anything specific. So I don’t know any more.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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||TO-HEAR1* [MG]
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LIKE7B wie
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$INDEX4 w{ie}
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ wie
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SEVERAL1* [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A* erzählt
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EXACTLY1* genau
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I1 ich
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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NOT3A nicht
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Unfortunately I haven’t heard anything about that topic.
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||UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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ASSISTANCE1* thema
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||NOTHING1A* nichts
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I haven’t, either.
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$ORAL^ auch nicht
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I know that they are cheaper, yes.
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I2 ich
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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$INDEX1
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CHEAP2* billig
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YES1A ja
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$GEST-OFF^*
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It means that they help someone.
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MEANING1* bedeutet
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TO-HELP1* helfen
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$GEST-OFF^*
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For example they help physically needy people.
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EXAMPLE1* beispie{l}
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HELPLESS1B*
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$GEST^
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TO-HELP1* helfen
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Yes.
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YES1A ja
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I think for them it’s good.
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||I1* [MG]
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TO-THINK1B denke
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FOR1* für
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* [MG]
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GOOD1 gut
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For people who need something easy.
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FOR2* für
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EASY1 einfach
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$GEST^
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If they are less skilled language-wise, communication assistants are right for them.
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$ORAL^ wie
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WEAK3* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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FOR1* für
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GOOD1 gut
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Yes, that would be nice.
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||$GEST^ wäre
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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It’s a good way of helping.
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$INDEX1 ja
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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GOOD1 war gute
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TO-HELP1* hilfe
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Things get easier with a bit of help.
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leichter
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BIT1B bisschen
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TO-HELP1* hilfe
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Interpreters will get lost/
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SHALL1* soll nicht
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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WHAT1B*
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That’s true.
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$GEST^*
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They are proceeding on a whole different level.
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$INDEX1 warum
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||$GEST^
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Yes.
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||YES2
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||$PROD*
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That gap is really big.
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AIR1* luft
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Clearly.
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||CLEAR1B klar
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I’m also hoping that if at some point I have an appointment with a lawyer, a notary or the car insurance, I’ll have an interpreter with me.
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||ALSO1A auch
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||$INDEX1*
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||I2 hoffentlich
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||TO-HOPE1A*
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||TO-COME1 komm
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||SOON2* [MG]
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||LAWYER1 rechtsanwalt
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||LAWYER1 notar
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||CAR1* autoversicherung
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||INSURANCE1*
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||SOME2 paar
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||ALL1C*
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||IN-ADDITION1* dazu
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||INTERPRETER1* dolme{tscher}
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||NEXT-TO1A
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It’s good if interpreters cover more and more appointments.
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||IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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||MORE1* mehr mehr
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OKAY2* okay
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It’s good if the costs are being covered. If they aren’t, I need to bring that up again.
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||IN3 in
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FURTHER1B* weiter
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||TO-PAY1 bezahlen
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||IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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||NOT3B nicht
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||MUST1A* muss
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||TO-DISCUSS1* [MG]
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If for example I buy a house, I need to have an interpreter with me during my appointment with the notary. That’s a hundred euros down the drain, just like that. ||IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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$GEST^ bei{spiel}
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||HOUSE1A haus
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||TO-BUY1A kauf
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NEVERTHELESS2B tro{tzdem}
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MUST1A muss
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TO-APPOINT-SB1A dolme{tscher}
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MUST1A* muss
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I1 bezahl
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$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1 hundert euro
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If I have another appointment the next day, I’ve spent 200 euros already.
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NEXT1 näch{ster}
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But there is no other way.
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||$GEST^ aber
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Unfortunately.
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Imagine I found ten good houses.
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YOU1 du
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstell
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EXAMPLE1 zum beispiel
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I1 ich
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GOOD1* gute
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TO-FIND1D* gefund gefund gefund gefund
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All of them are great.
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ALL1A alle
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But I want to talk to the agent first. $INDEX1 aber
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TO-WANT7 will
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FIRST1A zuerst
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$INDEX1 makler
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I want to go there and take a close look at the houses.
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INSIDE3* innen
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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INSIDE3 was
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Can you imagine that?
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^ [MG]
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IMAGINATION1A vor{stellen}
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It’s all that times ten!
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10 zehn
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TO-MULTIPLY1 mal
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That’s a lot!
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||A-WHOLE-LOT2 [MG]
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That’s extreme.
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You need to have someone there for each and every appointment, that’s true!
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||MUST2 mu{ss}
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||SINGLE1* einzeln
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||APPOINTMENT1A termin
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I think that’s disappointing.
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I want to be able to compare.
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CAN1* kann
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||COMPARISON1C*
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What are the advantages, the disadvantages, and so on? $INDEX1
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GOOD1^ [MG]
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SELF1A^* nachteil
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WHAT1B* was
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ADVANTAGE1* vorteil
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$GEST^
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Yes, right.
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NEGATIVE1^ nachteil
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^* [MG]
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That’s why I want to compare them all.
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ALL2A^*
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CAN1* kann ||$INDEX1
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COMPARISON1C* vergleich
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Then you can choose one.
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d* eins
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s crazy.
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||A-WHOLE-LOT2 [MG]
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Imagine you visit all ten, that times/
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||IMAGINATION1A* vor{stellen}
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||ALL2A alle
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10 zehn
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||TO-MULTIPLY1 mal
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We have to endure it.
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$GEST-OFF^ ??
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TO-ACCEPT-STH3B [MG]
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… a hundred, that makes ten thousand.
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||ALREADY1B* schon
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Deaf/
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YOU1*
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$NUM-THOUSANDS1:1*
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A ||$NUM-THOUSANDS1:10 zehntausend
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$GEST^
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Already/
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No.
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Well. A thousand.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG] $GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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||$NUM-THOUSANDS1:1* tausend
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Deaf people have to endure that.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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TO-ACCEPT-STH3B*
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You settled on one of the houses, but you realize that another one would have been much better. Yes.
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||YES2 [MG]
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TO-FIND1C* [MG]
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||$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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||$GEST-TO-TAP-ONES-FOREHEAD1^* [MG]
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True.
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt [MG]
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$GEST^
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That’s sad.
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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Hearing people can do it faster.
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HEARING1A* hör{end}
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NEVERTHELESS2B trotzdem
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I’m confused that hearing people pay less.
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||I2 [MG]
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||TO-WONDER1* [MG]
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||HEARING1A hör{end}
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||LITTLE-BIT4* [MG]
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||TO-PAY1 [MG]
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For us, the interpreter’s costs come on top of that.
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$INDEX1 aber
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||INTERPRETER1* dolmetscher
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IN-ADDITION1 dazu
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Hearing people just talk, and then they pay the notary. That’s it. ||$INDEX1 warum
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||HEARING1A* hörend
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$GEST-NM-SPEAKING1^ [MG]
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Oh, they can simply make a phone call! ||LAWYER1 notar
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WHATEVER3* egal
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END1B [MG]
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TO-RING-UP1 anruf
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It doesn’t matter.
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WHATEVER3 egal
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That’s an advantage hearing people have, but whatever.
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WHATEVER3 egal aber
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$GEST^
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They just call!
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||ADVANTAGE1 vorteil
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TO-RING-UP1 anrufen
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$GEST^
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I need an interpreter when I’m at the notary, and both of them have to get paid.
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I1 aber
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||INTERPRETER1* dolm{etscher}
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||MUST1A* muss
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TO-HIRE1A*
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||PLUS1 plus
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||LAWYER1 notar
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||I1* beza{hlen}
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The interpreter has to be hired on top of that.
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Also/
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PLUS1 plus
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ALSO1A* a{uch}
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INTERPRETER1* dol{metscher}
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TO-HIRE1A
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That is a lot.
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On top that, if I have a question and send them an email, I have to wait for three or four hours.
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ALSO3A auch
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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QUESTION1 frage
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EMAIL1 mail
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ALREADY1A* schon
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HOUR2B*
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TO-WAIT1A [MG]
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I’d also prefer to just call.
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RATHER1 lieber True.
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B [MG]
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TO-PICK-UP-TELEPHONE1
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$GEST^
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Unfortunately that’s the way it is.
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Well.
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG] ||UNFORTUNATELY1* leider
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That’s true.
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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That seems to be a slight barrier for deaf people, right.
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||PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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We are done with the first topic. Let’s now talk about the second one. There’s enough time for another one. What would you like? There’s east-and-west or the Fall of the Berlin wall. How did you experience those developments?
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Politics isn’t for me.
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Hey, let’s just pick the topic about university, okay?
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$GEST^
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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UNIVERSITY1* uni
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OFF2^ [MG]
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Ok, I don’t mind. HEAD-NOD1^ [MG]
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||WHATEVER3* egal
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Okay.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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Universities in Germany are good.
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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HERE1 [MG]
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GERMAN1* de{utschland}
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GOOD3 [MG]
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Maybe people are intimidated by how much interpreters cost.
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MAYBE4* vielleicht
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MAYBE3
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PEOPLE2* leute
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INTERPRETER1* dolmetscherkosten
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TO-COST1*
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You also have to keep in mind all those forms they have to fill in themselves.
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AND2B* und
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ALSO1A* auch nicht
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TO-FORGET1 vergessen
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SELF1A* selbst
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TO-WRITE2* formular
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$GEST^
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They don’t get any help with that.
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NOT3A nicht
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TO-HELP1* helfen
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NONE8 [MG]
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They have to fill them out themselves.
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SELF1A* selbst
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TO-WRITE2* formu{lar}
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That’s twice the work for them.
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MEANING1* [MG]
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DOUBLE1B doppelt
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TO-WORK2 arbeit
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True.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt stimmt stimmt
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That’s why some are thinking about going to the US where they have everything in place already.
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THEREFORE1* darum I can see that.
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I1
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||IMAGINATION1A* vorstellen
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SEVERAL1 eini{ge}
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MAYBE3* vielleicht
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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CONVENIENT1^ [MG]
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ALREADY1A* schon
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da da da da
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$GEST^
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They don’t have to do twice the work there.
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DOUBLE1B doppel
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TO-WORK2* arbeit
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NONE8 [MG]
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Right.
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It’s less they have to do there.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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But the US/
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||YOU1^* aber
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I’d like to ask you, can they speak German or English in the US?
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MEANING1* be{deutet}
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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OR1* oder
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No, it has to be English.
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ENGLAND4 englisch
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MUST1A muss
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First you go there and they’ll check whether your English is sufficient.
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FIRST1A zuerst
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Oh, I see.
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$INDEX1 ob ATTENTION1A^* [MG]
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ENGLAND4* englisch
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GOOD1 gut
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If you pass, you can stay and study there.
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FURTHER1A* weiter
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TO-STUDY1 studieren
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If you fail, they’ll send you home.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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MUST1A* muss
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GO-HOME2* nach hause
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That’s how it is.
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DONE1A fertig
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I’ve come to know that most deaf people who go to the US to study at Gallaudet get their diplomas super quickly and come back after only a year.
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Yes, that’s if everything works out with the language.
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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TO-PRACTICE1 üben
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The rescue/
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It was his last chance; it was about whether the person would be allowed to stay or had to leave.
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IF4* ob
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What helped was reading a lot of newspaper articles about the collapse of the twin towers; that way his knowledge of English improved.
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THROUGH2A* durch
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MORE5 mehr mehr
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That’s interesting.
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That way he could stay.
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THE1 der
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ALLOWED1* darf
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TO-LET1^* bleiben
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Great.
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||SUPER1 super
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Nice!
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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But it’s true that here in Germany it’s different, they have to hire and pay many interpreters here.
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||HERE1 aber
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||GERMAN1 deutsch{land}
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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||UNIVERSITY2 uni
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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||INTERPRETER1 dol{metscher}
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||TO-HIRE1B* [MG]
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||TO-PAY1* bezahlen
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I think they have to watch them for eight hours and take everything in.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^*
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TO-WATCH3*
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||TO-BELIEVE2B glaube
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HOUR2A* acht stu{nden}
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||TO-WATCH3
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You shouldn’t forget/ TO-PERCEIVE-EYE1A^*
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YOU1^ [MG]
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^*
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ALSO1A auch
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That’s exhausting.
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TO-FORGET1 nicht vergessen
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A-WHOLE-LOT2 [MG]
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Yes, that’s true.
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YES1A* [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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You shouldn’t forget that you are sitting there alone and have to watch the interpreters the entire time.
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NOT3A nicht
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TO-FORGET1 vergessen
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ALONE1C allein
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MUST1A muss
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