dgskorpus_nue_03: Discussion

Topics Politics: One Sign Language in Europe; Sign Language; Sign Language: One Sign Language in Europe

Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Moderator
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Let me ask you a question: Can you imagine traveling through Europe, and people using the same sign language everywhere?
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QUESTION1 frage
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YOU1
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstellen
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CAN1 kann
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EUROPE1 europa
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35
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EQUAL8*
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TO-SIGN1G
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In Spain, they sign something like this and in Italy like that and so on.
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SPAIN1A* spanien
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TO-SIGN1G*
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$GEST-ALL-FINGERTIPS-CONTACT1^*
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ITALY1
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$GEST-ALL-FINGERTIPS-CONTACT1^*
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THIS-AND-THAT1 [MG]
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Are you in favor of one common sign language in Europe?
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EUROPE1 europa
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$INDEX1
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IMAGINATION1A*
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$GEST^
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Well, the problem is this/ Normally, that would be great.
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$GEST-OFF^
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PROBLEM1 problem
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WHAT1A
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USUAL1* normal
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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WAS1 war
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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Look, first, there’d have to be a single spoken language in Europe, and as soon as everyone speaks the same one, it could work for sign languages, too.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^
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$LIST1:1of1d
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EUROPE2* europa
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IMPORTANT1 wichtig
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$INDEX1||FIRST-OF-ALL1B erst
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LANGUAGE1 sprache
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MUST1A* muss
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ALL2B
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EQUAL1A gleich
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THEN1C
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TO-SIGN1A*
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$GEST^
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How is using German Sign Language going to work if they speak differently, French for example, or in another foreign, unintelligible language?
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||LANGUAGE1 sprache
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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FRANCE4* französ{isch}
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LANGUAGE1||$INDEX1
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INCOMPREHENSIBLE-SCRAWL1*
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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LANGUAGE1||$INDEX1 sprache
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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LANGUAGE1 sprache
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A*
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HOW-QUESTION1 wie
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How’s that supposed to work? It all comes down to a decision about the written language: If everyone is writing in German, I can stick to my German signs.
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||HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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TO-DECIDE1B entscheiden
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It’s impossible.
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I1
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||MY1 [MG]
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TO-WRITE1A*
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-SIGN1A*
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TO-WRITE1A*
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MY1*
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And that settles the matter. ||DONE1A* [MG]
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The Swedish, for example, have their own language, too.
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SWEDEN1* schweden
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Exactly. How is that supposed to work?
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$GEST-OFF^
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||TO-BELONG1*
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||HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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It’s just not possible to meet in the middle and adapt to one another.
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TO-MATCH1*
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Exactly. $GEST-OFF^
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IMPOSSIBLE1
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Sure/ You’d have one random word then.
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$GEST^
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||WORD3
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$GEST^
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In spoken languages, it is, of course, important how to write the language and what kind of words are used.
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||CLEAR1B klar
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||LANGUAGE1* sprache
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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LANGUAGE1* sprache
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TO-WRITE1B* schreiben
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LANGUAGE1* sprache
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HEADING1^*||WORD3 wort
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HEADING1^* wort
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It depends on the words. For example the words ‘Stefan Bauer’.
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HEADING1^* wort
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EXAMPLE1*
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$GEST^ sch
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HEADING1^* wort
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$ORAL^ stefan
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$ORAL^ bauer
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In Germany, the sign is BAUER [DGS sign for “farmer”], like this.
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HERE1
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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TO-SIGN1A*
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I1*
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AREA1A*
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FARMER3 bauer
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In Italy, the corresponding sign to BAUER [DGS]/
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||ITALY1 italien
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FARMER3* bauer
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In Germany, you sign BAUER.
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TO-SIGN1A*
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FARMER3 bauer
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In former times, a farmer had cows dragging carts.
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FARMER3 bauer
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TO-SAY1*
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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COW1* kuh
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$PROD* [MG]
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TO-TOW1^* [MG]
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The sign BAUER is related to that.
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||FARMER3* bauer bauer
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||COHERENCE1A
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In other countries, there is no such word as ‘Bauer’, but a different one.
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||ABROAD1* ausland
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||FARMER3 bauer
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||DIFFERENT2 anders
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It would be „farmer“ in English for example.
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$ALPHA1:F-A-M-E-R farmer
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$INDEX1||WORD1
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Something - yes, for instance “farmer”. You couldn’t combine the sign BAUER with the mouthing “farmer”. It’s not possible. $GEST^
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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||YOU1*
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||HEADING1^ farmer
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FARMER3* farmer
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IMPOSSIBLE1
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Yes, and so the result clearly is that a single European sign language is not possible. Forget it.
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THEREFORE1 darum
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$INDEX1*
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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RESULT1 ergebnis
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EUROPE2* euro{pa}
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IMPOSSIBLE1
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I think a common sign language would only be possible amongst deaf people.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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CAN2A kann
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstellen
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I1
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35* einheit
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ONLY2A nur
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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EVERYWHERE1*
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TO-SIGN1G*
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$GEST-OFF^
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The people/
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But I can’t imagine a common sign language enshrined in law. $ORAL^ aber
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REALLY2*
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PERSON1*
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TO-ACKNOWLEDGE1
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STATUTE1B
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheit
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I1
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CAN2A^* kann nicht
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstellen
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The written language is crucial.
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TO-DECIDE1B* entscheiden
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IN-ADDITION1^
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WORD3
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What’s written down is the real language. It’s just the way it is.
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LANGUAGE4A sprache
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Right, it’s okay when meeting up randomly at some event.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt POINT2^*
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TO-WRITE1A* [MG]
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TO-DECIDE1B*
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TO-MEET2B
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TO-MEET2B
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But to establish a law for everyone - that’s not possible.
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REALLY2*
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GOOD1^* richtig
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EVERYWHERE1*
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IMPOSSIBLE1* [MG]
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Sure, what words should be taken from which spoken language?
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CLEAR1B klar
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WORD1* wort
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WHERE1A wo
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||WORD1* wort
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WHERE1A* wo
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Look, that’s the advantage of the United States: The country extends over the whole continent, and people use one common language there.
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||WORD3 wort WEIRD1*
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$INDEX1
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$GEST-OFF^
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USA2* u-s-a
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ADVANTAGE1 [MG]
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HEADING1^
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HEADING1^*
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USA2 u-s-a
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35
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When they occupied the country, they established speaking English nationwide.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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$GEST-OFF^
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It’s their advantage to have the country extending over a whole continent.
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ADVANTAGE1 [MG]
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HEADING1^
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$GEST-OFF^
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Such a change is impossible in Europe/
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I1
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EUROPE1* europa
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TO-MODIFY1B*
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VERY7*
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It's the same problem with the euro.
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SAME2B*
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$INIT-CIRCLE1^* euro
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MONEY1A^*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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When the currency is heading for a crisis, Greek is endangered to become bankrupt, as well.
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MONEY1A* [MG]
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LET-US-SEE1
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$PROD* [MG]
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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GREECE4 griechenland
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$GEST-OFF^
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BROKE2
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$GEST-OFF^
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Everyone needs to stick to the bailout plan now. But can the poor countries afford it and save up?
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MUST1A muss
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TO-ADJUST1*
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WHERE1A* wo
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POVERTY2* arm
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COUNTRY3B* land
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$INDEX1
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CAN1* kann
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PERFORMANCE1 leisten
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TO-SAVE3 sparen
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CAN1
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It's impossible.
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IMPOSSIBLE1*
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You know/ The same goes for a common writing system; it would be a huge task. It’s not possible.
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SAME2B* selbe
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*
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$INDEX1 schrift
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WRITTEN1B
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VERY6*
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LATER1^ [MG]
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It's impossible.
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||IMPOSSIBLE1*
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All countries can get bound to the same currency like the euro.
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IMPOSSIBLE1* [MG]
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$INDEX2||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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AREA1A^* euro
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MONEY1A* geld
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LET-US-SEE1* [MG]
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$INDEX2* [MG]
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||MONEY1A geld
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EURO2 euro
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||MONEY1A geld
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||TO-GIVE-MONEY2B*
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||MOST1B*
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COHERENCE1B*
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But what would you say about spoken and signed languages: There are millions of words in every language. How is that supposed to work?
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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LANGUAGE1* sprache
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||TO-SIGN1A* gebärdensprache
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LANGUAGE1
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HOW-MUCH5 wie viel
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LANGUAGE1 sprache
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TO-THINK1B* denken
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$NUM-MILLION1* million
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WORD1* wort
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$GEST^
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How could we have millions of words in our heads?
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||HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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$NUM-MILLION1* million
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BALL-SPHERE1B^ [MG]
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$PROD*
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MOUNTAIN1A^*
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WORD3* wort
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$INDEX1
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INSIDE2*
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EVERYHTING1A*
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MUST1A* muss
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EVERYHTING1A alles
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How is all this supposed to work?
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$GEST-OFF^
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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$GEST-OFF^
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It's impossible.
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Many people work with English, they use many English words.
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||IMPOSSIBLE1* unmöglich
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HERE1* hier
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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$INDEX1
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MUCH-OR-MANY5* viel
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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WORD3*||TO-LIST1C
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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WORD2
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Others want to speak their own language like, for instance, people in Russia who want to keep their Russian Sign Language.
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AND5 und
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ALL1A*
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MY1*
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TO-STAY1*
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$GEST^
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RUSSIA1 russland
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TO-WANT5*
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TO-STAY1* [MG]
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MY1 meine
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LANGUAGE4A* sprache
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TO-STAY3
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It's the same in Germany, everyone would keep their own language.
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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EQUAL1C*
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MY1 meine
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I would want to keep my own.
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TO-STAY3 sprache
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||MY1*
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LANGUAGE4A*
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In my opinion, a common sign language is not possible.
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TO-STAY3*
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||TO-STAY3
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$GEST-OFF^
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheit
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It would be nice, though.
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IMPOSSIBLE2*
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I1
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||WAS1 war
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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Of course it would be nice.
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BEAUTIFUL1B schön
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It would be nice.
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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If that was the case in Europe, the related spoken language would have to be the main language, too.
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REALLY2*
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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REALLY2*
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstellung
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EUROPE2* europa
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SELECTION1C*
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CLEAR1B klar
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MUST1A* muss
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AN1 ein
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LANGUAGE1* sprache
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MEASURE-HORIZONTAL1^
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If the chosen language was French or German, everyone would speak German, and for instance, all of Spain would sign German.
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WHAT1B was
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MEASURE-HORIZONTAL1^
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FRANCE4* französisch
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TO-SPEAK5
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OR5* oder
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-SPEAK3* sprechen
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||GERMAN1 deutsch
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||EVERYHTING1B* alles
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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SPAIN1A spanien
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TO-SIGN1A*
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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It would be rather irritating.
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$PROD*
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$GEST-OFF^
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Right, because real German sounds harsh.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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REALLY2*
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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HARD1A hart
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TO-BELONG1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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French is spoken and signed more softly; it’s because of their words.
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FRANCE2 französisch
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SOFT2C* weich
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TO-SPEAK3
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$PROD*
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It's true, German is harsher; that’s a difference.
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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HARD1A hart
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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$GEST-OFF^
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It's easier to speak English.
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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DIRECTION3^*
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$GEST-OFF^
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EASY1 einfach
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If a sign, like JA [yes], originates from the finger alphabet, you sign it with the beginning letter, ‚J‘.
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IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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TO-SIGN1G*
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ALPHABET1*
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HERE1
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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YES2*
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WHY2A* warum
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$ALPHA1:J_2-A ja
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In English you don’t sign JA, like we do here, but YES.
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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YES2*
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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YES-ASL1^* yes
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The ‚Y‘ stands for YES, because they use the word ‚yes‘.
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$ALPHA1:Y ypsilon
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YES-ASL1^* yes
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WORD3* wort
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TO-BELONG1*
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YES-ASL1^* yes
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$GEST-OFF^
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In Germany, you sign HUND [dog] at the chin like this including the mouthing. Or like this on the thigh.
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DOG4 hund
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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$GEST-OFF^*
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REALLY2*
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DOG4 hund
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$INDEX-ORAL1 hund
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DOG4
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DOG1 hund
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In English, the sign looks like this, but you say “dog”. BUT1
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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DOG1 dog
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In one language it’s “dog” with a “D” and in the other it’s “Hund” with a “H”, isn’t that weird?
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$ALPHA1:D dog
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$ALPHA1:D dog
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$ALPHA1:D dog
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||DOG4* hund
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||$ALPHA1:H h
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$ALPHA1:D* d
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Both words differ. CONTRADICTION1A komisch
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TO-MODIFY2* verändert
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$GEST-OFF^*
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So how are we supposed to sign it then?
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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TO-SIGN1A
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HOW-QUESTION1 wie
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How’s that supposed to work?
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TO-SIGN1A
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HOW-QUESTION1*||HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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Especially in schools for the deaf, English classes are taught in German Sign Language which is used throughout the course.
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ONLY2A nur
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1* ein
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SCHOOL1A schule
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TEACHER5* lehrer
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GOOD1 [MG]
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ON-PERSON1*
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TO-TEACH1
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AND5 und
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$GEST-OFF^*
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ORAL1* [MG]
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TO-SIGN1G* [MG]
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GERMAN1||$INDEX1 deutsch
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TO-SIGN1G*
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AND5
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TO-CHANGE2B* um
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ENGLAND3
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TO-SIGN1G*
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It's not for me.
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I1
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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It used to be oral, but that’s not modern anymore.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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ORAL1*
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NOW1* jetzt
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MODERN1A*
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USUAL1* normal
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German lessons should be in German Sign Language and English ones in BSL.
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$INDEX1 da
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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MUST1A||$INDEX1 muss
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YOU1* du
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GERMAN1 deutsch gebärdenspr{ache}
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TO-SIGN1G*
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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When switching to English they should also switch to BSL immediately.
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CAN1 kann
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$GEST-OFF^
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-CHANGE2A^*
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TO-SIGN1G*
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That would probably be better.
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MAYBE2*
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BETTER1* besser
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$GEST-OFF^
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Teachers would have to know both languages the way it is with hearing teachers who know for example German as well as French.
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TEACHER5* lehrer
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PERSON1
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LIKE3B* wie
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YOU1
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HEARING1A* hörend
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$INDEX1
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$GEST^
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-SPEAK3
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FRANCE3A französisch
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TO-SPEAK3
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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WORD1*
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While hearing people can easily speak several languages, deaf people are dependent on signs, and in this context signs in two languages, too.
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HEARING1A* hörend
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TO-SPEAK3* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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A-WHOLE-LOT2 [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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Yes.
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They sign in DGS [German Sign Language] and English, either in BSL or in ASL.
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$GEST^ ja
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$ALPHA1:D-S d-g-s
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TO-SIGN1G*
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They have to.
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MUST1A muss
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TO-SIGN1G*
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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OR1* oder
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$ALPHA1:A-S-L a-s-l
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ASL and BSL are not the same, they differ from each other.
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$GEST^
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$ALPHA1:A-S-L a-s-l
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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NOT3A nicht
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EQUAL1A* gleich
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DIFFERENT1* anders anders
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There’s Auslan, as well, but it’s quite similar to BSL. For instance, you use the two-handed finger alphabet in Auslan, like with the ‘B‘.
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AUSTRALIA1 australien
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ALSO3A* auch
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AUSTRALIA1* aus{tralien}
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LIKE4A* wie
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ENGLAND2*||$INDEX1 englisch
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||TO-GO-THERE1^
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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IMMEDIATELY6 [MG]
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$ALPHA2:B*
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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IMMEDIATELY6 [MG]
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But it’s different in ASL where you use the one-handed finger alphabet like in DGS, although you sign differently.
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BUT1 aber
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AMERICA1 amerika
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DIFFERENT1
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$INDEX1
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ALPHABET1
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LIKE3B* wie
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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ONLY2A nur
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TO-SIGN1G*
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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There are differences between the languages.
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DIFFERENCE1C*
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It would be best if the teacher knew BSL.
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WOULD-BE1 wäre
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BEST1 besten
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TO-TEACH1
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PERSON1
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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$GEST-OFF^
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I met someone from Australia once who lives in Cologne now.
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ALREADY1B schon
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TO-SPOT1^
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PERSON1
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||SELF1A* selbst
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AUSTRALIA1 australien
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APARTMENT5* wohnen
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COLOGNE2A köln
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He teaches English in Cologne.
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TO-TEACH1
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SELF1A* selbst
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COLOGNE2A* köln
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TO-TEACH1
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WORD1^
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He teaches in sign language.
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TO-TEACH1
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TO-SIGN1A
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I asked him how he’s teaching the signs.
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TO-LET-KNOW1A
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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TO-SIGN1A*
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TO-TEACH1
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He said he uses German sometimes, but no BSL or ASL at all when teaching English.
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$GEST-OFF^
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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APPROXIMATELY2^
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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NONE5B kein
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$ALPHA1:B-S-L b-s-l
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$ALPHA1:A-L a-s-l
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NOT3B
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NEUTRAL1A* [MG]
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That answer surprised me. I1
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TO-LOOK-AT2^ [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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He works with useful English terms from different working areas that are needed, for instance for computers or in company contexts.
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$INDEX1
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TO-WORK1* arbeiten
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ONLY2B nur
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WORD3 englisch
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LIKE3B* wie
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FOR2 für
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AREA1A*
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TO-WORK1* arbeiten
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AREA1A*
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IMPORTANT1 wichtig
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COMPUTER2 computer
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SUBJECT-OR-DISCIPLINE3 fachwort
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WORD2
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COMPANY1A firma
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COHERENCE1A
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It’s important to use English when working with machines.
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MACHINE2A maschine
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$GEST^
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HENCE1*
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IMPORTANT1 wichtig
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HANDS-OFF1^*
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It’s all about this one working area; he stays out of everything else.
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THROUGH2A durch
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TO-WORK1* arbeit
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IN3*
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HANDS-OFF1^*
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$PROD*
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DIVERSITY1* [MG]
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NOT3A*
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It's a shame.
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I1*
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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$GEST-OFF^
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I usually didn’t understand anything in English classes, because I couldn’t read the mouthing.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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TO-UNDERSTAND1
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$INDEX1
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SCHOOL1A* schule
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TO-TEACH1*
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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$GEST-NM-SPEAKING1^ [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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$INDEX1
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I couldn’t possibly read the lips. They just spelled out the words, and that was that.
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I1 [MG]
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PERSON1*
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IMPOSSIBLE1*
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TO-READ-OFF1* ab{lesen}
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WORD3*
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MANUAL-ALPHABET1
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LETTER1*||ATTENTION1A^ buchstabe
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MANUAL-ALPHABET1
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DONE1B
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I1 [MG]
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Articulation is impossible for me.
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SOUND2 [MG]
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IMPOSSIBLE1
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$GEST-OFF^
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My son is hearing, and when I speak English he tells me I’m doing it all wrong.
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EXAMPLE1*
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MY1
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SON1 sohn
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HEARING1A hörend
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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$INDEX1
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WORD1 [MG]
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I1
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TO-LET-KNOW1A* [MG]
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I1*
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TO-SPEAK3*
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YOU1* [MG]
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WRONG1 falsch
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$GEST^
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I told him that he could of course articulate everything right, but I spelled it right, and he didn’t.
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CLEAR1B klar
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YOU1*
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TO-WRITE1A*
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||WRONG1 falsch
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TO-WRITE1A*
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT2 richtig
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I1||$GEST-OFF^*
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There are two sides to everything, he can speak it well, but I can spell the words right.
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DIFFERENCE1C*
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TO-SPEAK3*
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GOOD1 gut
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$ORAL^ aber
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I1 ich
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TO-WRITE1A schreibe
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED2 stimmt
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WORD3 wort
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He was speechless.
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$PROD* [MG]
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Compared to a correctly spelled word, I don’t give a shit about pronunciation.
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I2* wichtig
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CLEAN1 sauber
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WORD2 wort
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VOICE1*
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SHIT3* scheiße
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That's the way it is.
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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If I had learned BSL, everything would have been so much easier.
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$GEST^ oder
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IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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WOULD-BE1 wäre
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1 leicht
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I could have spelled better.
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CLEAN1 sauber
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$GEST-OFF^
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Well, it would be difficult to have a common language for everyone.
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$GEST^
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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RENT1^ schwer
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Who wants to get really good at it?
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WHO2* wer
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TO-WANT8 will
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WHO2* wer
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WHO2 wer
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There’s something interesting about the huge country of the USA.
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AMERICA1 u-s-a
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INTEREST1B* [MG]
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$PROD*
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I saw something in a museum of refugees in Bremerhaven.
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BACK-THEN1* [MG]
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BREMEN1 bremerhaven
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FLIGHT1B flucht
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MUSEUM1* museum
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Around the time of the economic crisis in 1913, many people escaped and emigrated to the U.S.
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$NUM-TEEN1:9 neunzehnhundertdreizehn
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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FLIGHT1B* [MG]
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TO-HIKE2* aus{wandern}
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USA2* u-s-a
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Far more Germans than English people emigrated there.
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USA2* u-s-a
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NARROW1A^
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PRIMARILY1* [MG]
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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ENGLAND2* eng{land}
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SMALL12 [MG]
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Many Germans went there.
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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||MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*
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So which language was there first: German or English?
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BUT1* aber
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WHO2 wer
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:1
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LANGUAGE4A sprache
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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OR5* oder
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TO-EVALUATE1*
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English was in the lead, and as a result became the standard language of the whole country.
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RESULT1 ergebnis
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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LIKE-THIS1*
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BARELY1 knapp
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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DONE2*
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BIG7^*
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$GEST^
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I was baffled; it could have been German.
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$GEST^
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WOULD-BE1 wäre
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ doch
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The idea of German as the standard language in the U.S. is crazy.
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstellen
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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REALLY2*
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IF-OR-WHEN1
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BIG7^
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It could have been German.
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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AMERICA1* amerika
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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BIG7^
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LANGUAGE4A sprache
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-SIGN1A*
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VERY6* [MG]
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WOULD-BE1 wäre
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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Yes, it was interesting to see that in Bremerhaven. It was really incredible.
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$GEST-OFF^
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INTEREST1B
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TO-WATCH2 [MG]
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THERE1
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BREMEN1 bremerhaven
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$ALPHA1:H*
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A-WHOLE-LOT2 [MG]
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Interesting.
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INTEREST1A [MG] in{teressant}
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I didn’t know.
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I1 auch
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Many Germans migrated to other countries, for instance Argentina.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1B* viel
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2* [MG]
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ARGENTINA1 argentinien
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Millions came by ship.
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SHIP1*
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$NUM-MILLION1 million
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$GEST^
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Of course, they all got permits.
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OF-COURSE1A||$GEST-TO-STAY-CALM1^*
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TO-CONFIRM1*||$GEST-TO-STAY-CALM1^*
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YES1A* ja
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I was surprised, but that’s how it was.
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$GEST-NM^
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HENCE1*
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COMPARISON2^
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I am surprised that/
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I don’t think a common sign language will be constituted. $GEST-OFF^* aber
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||I1 aber
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||TO-WONDER1 [MG] NOW1 jetzt
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$GEST-OFF^
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MY1*
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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I am surprised that people in Canada, in the U.S. and in South America speak English.
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IMPOSSIBLE1*
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I1 aber
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TO-WONDER1 [MG]
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CANADA2* kanada
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AMERICA3 u-s-a
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SOUTH1A südamerika
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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||TO-STAY1*
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But in Europe, which is much smaller, there are many different languages.
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EUROPE2
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$PROD*
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PART2B* teile
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$GEST-OFF^
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That's how it is in Europe; that’s true.
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EUROPE2 europa
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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FULL1* voll
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$GEST-OFF^
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In North America — that means Canada and the U.S. — people speak English, true, but for instance in Mexico, they also speak Spanish and Portuguese.
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NORTH1B nordamerika
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CANADA1*||MEASURE1 kanada
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AMERICA1* u-s-a
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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MEXICO3 mexiko
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$INDEX1
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NOT3A
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SPAIN1A* spanisch
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$LIST1:1of1d
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Right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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PORTUGAL1*||$LIST1:2of2d* portugal
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d zweite
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TO-BELONG1*
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$INDEX1
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People are speaking Spanish and Portuguese in South America, because it used to be a colony.
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SOUTH1A südamerika
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AMERICA1
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$INDEX1
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PORTUGAL1* portugal
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SPAIN1A*||$LIST1:2of2d* spanisch
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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ATTACK1^ kolonie
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$GEST-OFF^
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APPROXIMATELY2^ [MG]
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People in Australia speak English.
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AUSTRALIA1 australien
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TO-BELONG1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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In Africa, they speak French and English.
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AFRICA1 afrika
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FRANCE3A* franzö{sisch}
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ENGLAND2*||$INDEX1 englisch
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ON-PERSON1^*
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$GEST-OFF^
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A complete change is unlikely to happen, but everywhere in this world, people speak English.
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MAYBE2* vielleicht
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ALL2B alle
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED2 heißt
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WORLD2 welt
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 ein
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LANGUAGE4A sprache
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ENGLAND2*||$GEST-OFF^* englisch
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It's obvious that people use mainly English for work.
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CLEAR1A*
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English is used predominantly; it’s established by now.
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MAIN-POINT1A
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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PRIMARILY1*
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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TO-PUT8^
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But you cannot force people to use it. The own culture has to be preserved. $ORAL^ aber
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MUST1A* muss
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IMPOSSIBLE1*
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CULTURE1A* kultur
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TO-STAY1* bleiben
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In my opinion, the culture has to be preserved.
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I1
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TO-SAY1
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CULTURE1A* kultur
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TO-STAY1* bleiben
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It's nice that languages differ from one another.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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||$GEST-OFF^
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And why is that?
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WHY1* warum
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Well, it’s okay to focus on English for work.
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BECAUSE-OF1* wegen
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TO-WORK1 arbeiten
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ okay
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EXTRA1 extra
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TO-FOCUS1
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||$GEST-OFF^
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But for everyday life, a lot of things would have to change, like labels for instance.
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$ORAL^ aber
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MY1*
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ALL2C^*
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A-WHOLE-LOT2* [MG]
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MUST1A muss
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TO-MODIFY1A
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TO-WRITE1A*
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TO-MODIFY1A*
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We’d have to get rid of our books, because our children have no use for them in the future, as they wouldn’t know how to read German anymore.
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BOOK1A buch
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MUST1A||LIKE-THIS1^* muss
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OFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1A*
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FUTURE1A* zukunft
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$GEST-OFF^
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CHILD2 kind
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TO-GIVE1
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$INDEX1
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$GEST-OFF^
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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CAN2A* kann nicht
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TO-READ1C* lesen
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CAN2A* kann nicht
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NOT1
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What would we need them for?
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$GEST-OFF^*
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All this would be especially bad for deaf people, because they’d face a dual changeover.
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TO-NEED1 was brauch
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I1*||$INDEX2
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||IF-OR-WHEN1
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$GEST-OFF^||$INDEX2
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||FOR2 für
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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||VERY7
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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TIMES3* mal
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||TO-THINK1A*
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||MORE7A mehr
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A für gehörlos
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||FOR2
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That would mean twice as much effort.
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$GEST^
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IF-OR-WHEN1*
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It's not just the words but also the signs you’d have to learn.
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DOUBLE1B doppel
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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WORD1* wort
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PLUS1 plus
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TO-SIGN1B*
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German is difficult.
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||TO-BELONG1
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||GERMAN1* deutsch
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Deaf people are bilingual.
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VERY6^
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BILINGUAL1 bilingual
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HENCE1
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So I think I am not in favor of this.
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TO-BELIEVE2A
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$GEST-OFF^
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I1* [MG]
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FOR1*
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NOT3B* [MG]
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NOT3A*
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Everything stays the same. Period. It’s obvious. It's just not possible, so everything should stay the same.
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CAN1*
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TO-STAY3* bleibt
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TO-STAY3 bleiben
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DONE1B
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ bleibt
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||CLEAR1A* klar
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English as a global language would also mean that BSL will be taught, and that could change everything. Or are you proud of German Sign Language and wouldn’t want to give it up?
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It's not about pride.
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||$INDEX1
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$GEST-OFF^*
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THUS1
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PROUD1 stolz
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NOT3B*
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I was born here.
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I1
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BIRTH1A geboren
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HERE1
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Hearing people would have to start such a process.
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FIRST-OF-ALL1B erst
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HEARING1A||$INDEX1 hörend
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MUST1A muss
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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I2||$GEST-OFF^*
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It's also a relevant question considering jobs.
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I1
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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NOW1
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ALSO3A auch
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QUESTION1 frage
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If I had a job in Paris instead of somewhere nearby, I’d have to learn French.
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NOT-ANYMORE1A* nicht mehr
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BACK-AND-FORTH1* [MG]
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CAN1*
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I1
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TO-WORK1* arbeitsplatz
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PLACE3
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PARIS1 paris
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I1||$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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||THERE1
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MUST1A muss
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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FRANCE3A* frankreich
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$GEST-OFF^
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Such a change takes time.
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$ORAL^ aber
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TO-MODIFY1A*
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$GEST^
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TIME1 braucht zeit
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For me, it’s enough to use German Sign Language.
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||I1 ich
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SELF1A selbst
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MY1*
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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DONE1A
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I have no use for other signs.
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$GEST-OFF^
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If I get a job in Paris, like you said, and I live there, I “have” to learn a new language.
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I1* ich
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YOU1*
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TO-WORK1 arbeitsplatz
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FRANCE4* frankreich
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HOME7 heim
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QUOTATION-MARKS2
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MUST1A muss
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$GEST-OFF^
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I’d be willing to learn French then.
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READY1*
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||FRANCE4* französisch
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$GEST-OFF^
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But starting to learn other languages now? I ask myself: How often will I be there? How often?
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$GEST^
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NOW2 jetzt
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TO-LEARN1* lernen
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FOR1 für
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YOU-PLURAL1A
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||OFTEN1A oft
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||OFTEN1A oft
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$GEST-OFF^
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I sometimes meet foreigners at deaf events who don’t speak our language.
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* gehörlos
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TO-SIGN1B* [MG]
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When we chat and party together, the atmosphere is loosened up after a few beers. And we can even use German Sign Language.
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TO-CELEBRATE1*
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DONE1A [MG]
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TO-DRINK1
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BEER3* bier bier bier
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INTOXICATED2
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TO-SIGN1A*
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LOOSE1 locker
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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It only lasts until the next morning, anyway.
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DONE1A
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TOMORROW1B morgen
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VANISHED1B [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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But that’s okay. That is good, but what also counts is not just the moment but our children’s and the following generation’s future.
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^* [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED2 stimmt
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$GEST-OFF^
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$INDEX1 warum
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NOT3A* nicht
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ONLY2A nur
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$INDEX1
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NOW3* jetzt
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OPINION1B meint
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FUTURE1A zukunft
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$GEST-OFF^
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CHILD2 kind
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TO-GIVE2 [MG]
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Just think about how much money is wasted on interpreters.
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EASY1 einfach
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NOW1 jetzt
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$GEST^
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MONEY1A
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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TO-THROW1*
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How much does a hearing interpreter cost? The price makes you faint.
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HEARING1A hörend
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||INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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TO-HIRE1A
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MONEY1A wie viel
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PERSON1
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FAINT1* [MG]
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But you don’t need interpreters if everyone is speaking English.
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EQUAL8*
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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DONE1B
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$GEST-OFF^
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INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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If many people are going to Canada now, they need to have interpreters there also.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A*
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YOU1*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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NOW2* jetzt
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CANADA1*||$INDEX1 kanada
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1
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CERTAIN2* bestimmt
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INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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$GEST-OFF^
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They certainly do.
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CERTAIN2 bestimmt
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Same with Japan, because you don’t understand what they’re saying, and it has to be translated.
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JAPAN1 japan
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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We’d put an end to interpreting if everyone was speaking the same language.
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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DONE1B
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It would save expenses, too.
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MONEY1A
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TO-COST1* kosten
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ALSO3A auch
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TO-SAVE3 sparen
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$GEST-OFF^
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You have to save wherever possible.
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I1*
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MUST1A muss
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TO-SEARCH1*||WHERE1A*
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TO-SAVE3 sparen
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$GEST-OFF^
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You cannot just waste money.
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$GEST-OFF^
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MUCH-OR-MANY5* viel
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TO-SPEND-OR-TO-DISTRIBUTE2*
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TO-GO4* geht nicht
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We pay taxes, work and sweat to earn money, and then we waste it? We can’t do that.
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TAX1 steuer
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TO-WORK4* arbeiten
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TO-SWEAT4 [MG]
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AND5* und
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MONEY1A*
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TO-THROW1* schmeißen
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$GEST-OFF^*
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There's no need to.
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INNOCENT1^ unnötig
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$GEST-OFF^
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On the other hand, it’s correct, too.
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COMPARISON2*
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ALSO3A auch
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CORRECT1 korrekt
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$GEST-OFF^
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It’s right to do so.
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1A*
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MUST1A muss
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But it takes a long time to change. THEN1A*
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$GEST^
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TIME1 zeit
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IT-WORKS1*
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TO-MODIFY1B*
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Does everyone, like Japan and China, have to give up their writing system?
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ALL1A alle
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JAPAN1 japan
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CHINA2 china
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INCOMPREHENSIBLE-SCRAWL1*
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MUST1A* muss
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They’d have to.
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MUST1A muss
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$GEST-OFF^
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So it’s even worse for them.
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STILL1A* noch
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BAD3D* schlimmer
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Yes, it’s bad indeed.
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Extremely bad.
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STILL1A* noch
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HARD1A hart
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VERY6 [MG]
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English would be easier. $ORAL^ aber
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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EASY1 einfach
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$GEST-OFF^
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You cannot force it. You just can’t.
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$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^ aber
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CAN1* kann nicht
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COMPULSION1 zwingen
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CAN1* kann nicht
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$GEST-OFF^
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It is imaginable, but well.
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IMAGINATION1A vorstellen
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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It's not for you and me.
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It would be possible though.
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^
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$GEST-OFF^*
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POSSIBLE1B* möglich möglich
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$GEST-OFF^ möglich
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If the two of us were younger, we wouldn’t know a language, yet, and could learn it naturally.
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$ORAL^ möglich
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TO-THINK1A*
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BIRTH1A*
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SMALL3* [MG]
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BRAIN1A
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EMPTY1 leer
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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TO-PUT-IN2*
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$GEST^
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But our language is already embedded in our heads now, and it’s too late to relearn.
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BOTH1
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||ALREADY1A* schon
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OLD9* alt
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ALREADY1A schon
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HEAD1A* kopf
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HEAD-FULL1 [MG]
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NOW1*
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ALREADY1A schon
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IMPOSSIBLE1
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-STAY3 bleiben
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$GEST-OFF^
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DONE1A*
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$GEST-OFF^
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Imagine the huge change really happening. Authorities would have to hire more people.
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IMAGINATION1A*
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IF-OR-WHEN1
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REALLY2
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TO-MODIFY2*
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AUTHORITIES2A behörde
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MORE1 noch mehr
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TO-HIRE1A*
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There’d be elder people who could still speak German, and then lots of new employees.
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STILL1B* noch
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OLD8B||$INDEX1 alt
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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That would be expensive and cause double costs.
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||TO-HIRE1A*
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EXPENSIVE1* teuer teuer NEW1A* neu
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ALL2A
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If new employees gave me documents in English and I couldn’t read them, I’d need to find someone to explain it to me in German.
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I1
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YOU1 du
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A*
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DOUBLE1A doppelt
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TO-GIVE1*
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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I1
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$INDEX1*
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CAN1 kann nicht
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TO-READ1C*
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I1||$GEST-OFF^*
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A* besuchen
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$INDEX1
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$GEST^ [MG]
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So even more people would have to be hired.
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$GEST-OFF^
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MORE1 noch mehr
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TO-HIRE1A*
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That's the way it usually is in the beginning, and then it decreases.
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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ALWAYS4A* immer
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AND5 und
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MEASURE-SAGITTAL2A^
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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Would you, as deaf people, protest against a common language established by the government? Or would this be a possibility to establish German Sign Language in all of Europe? What do you think?
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I wouldn’t be against it in principle; if the information by the government was coherent, and their argumentation was reasonable and everything; then yes, I’d be in favor.
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I1
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LIKE3B wie
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HARD1A hart
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$PROD*
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BUT1
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INFORMATION2B* info
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$INDEX1
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CORRECT1 [MG]
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REASON4A begründung
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WHY1* warum
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CLEAR1D klar
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^* logisch
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TO-LIST1C^*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B* stimm stimm stimm stimm
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FOR1* dafür
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But I wouldn’t be okay with it if their decision oppressed people in some way; I’d have to oppose then.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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LIKE3B wie
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$GEST-OFF^*
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TO-OPPRESS1C [MG]
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TO-LIST1C*
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I1 [MG]
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MUST1A muss
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DEFENSE3C [MG]
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MUST1A muss
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I agree. I do. It needs to be real.
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BOTH2A*
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ONLY2B nur
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SAME5* {das}selbe
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I1*
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REALLY2
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BOTH2A*
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SAME5* dasselbe
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||$GEST-OFF^
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BOTH2A*
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$GEST^ {das}selbe
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We can’t just accept it without claiming reasons.
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IMPOSSIBLE1* un{möglich}
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I1
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TO-OBEY1B [MG]
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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MUST1A* muss
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If German Sign Language was established for all of Europe, I’d obviously be in favor of it. Obviously.
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$PROD*
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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DGS1 d-g-s
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TO-SIGN1A
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ONLY2A nur
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FOR2* für
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ALL1A* europa
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||OF-COURSE1A*
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||I1
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||OF-COURSE1A*
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||CLEAR1B klar
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||I1
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||YES1A ja
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||CLEAR1A* klar
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If it were the other way round, and the government would decide the whole thing — I’d have a problem with that. Let me ask you, though:
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$ORAL^ aber
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||TO-CHANGE6
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I1
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QUESTION1* fra{ge}
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||$INDEX1
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Seriously, do you really think they take care of the deaf people first?
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HONEST2* ehrlich
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||FOR1* für
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$GEST^
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FIRST1D zu{erst}
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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It's about hearing people first.
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FIRST1D zuerst
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HEARING1A hörend
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FIRST1D zuerst
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Hearing people outrank us; deaf people are the last link in the chain.
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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HEARING1A* hörend
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If something is accepted among the hearing, deaf people necessarily have to follow and adapt.
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HEARING1A* hörend
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THEN1A* dann
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MUST1A muss
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Interpreters and hearing people who learn sign language find the differences between Northern and Southern Germany rather troublesome. So should sign language be standardized in Germany and also in Europe just for the hearing people?
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In addition to what he just said about the north: There was this one case recently which revealed that students from southern schools achieved better results than those from northern schools.
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NORTH1B nord
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NOW1* jetzt
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CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A fall
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SCHOOL1A* schule
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BEST1
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PERFORMANCE1 leistung
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AREA1A
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Grade specific school books are the same in Germany.
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BUT1 aber
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NOW1
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FUTURE1B zukunft
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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They don’t use different books anymore.
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BOOK1B buch
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NOT-ANYMORE1A* nicht mehr
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For instance schools in Hesse don’t have their own books, instead they have the same all over Germany in all of the states now.
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$ALPHA1:H hessen
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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At least they are beginning to unify it; the process already started.
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SLOW1* langsam
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ALREADY1A schon
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Maybe the same thing applies for sign languages, as well, and the process of standardization already started, but it can’t be that far, yet.
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ALREADY1A* schon
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$ORAL^ aber
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FAR1* so weit
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NOT-YET2* noch nicht
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I’m surprised, why didn’t they start it much earlier?
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$ORAL^ warum nicht
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1
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It is making some progress now, though.
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NOW1* jetzt
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IN-FRONT1
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And it’s some sort of bad luck for interpreters.
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AND2A und
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$ORAL^ für
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INTERPRETER1 dolmetscher
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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It should be standardized in Germany; I’m in favor of that.
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OVER-OR-ABOUT1 über
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 ein{heitlich}
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FOR1 dafür
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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But one common sign language in Europe is simply impossible.
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EUROPE1* europa
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ENGLAND2* englisch
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LANGUAGE4A* sprache
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IMPOSSIBLE1* unmöglich
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It would be, however, possible in Germany.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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GERMAN1* deutsch{land}
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AREA1A
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I'm obviously in favor of having a standardized sign language in Germany.
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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YES1A ja
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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Clearly, hearing people would have to start the process; it wouldn’t be possible for the deaf.
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FOR1* dafür
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||CLEAR1B klar
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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Hearing people would have to start, then deaf people have to follow. ||FIRST1B zuerst
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||HEARING1A* hörend
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FIRST1B zuerst
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DONE1A
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* gehörlos
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$GEST^ [MG]
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LATER10
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I ask myself why deaf people in northern and southern Germany sign that differently.
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||BUT1
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||WHY1* warum
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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NORTH1B nord
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SOUTH1A süd
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NOT3A*
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EQUAL1A gleich
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Does the teaching at school differ that much?
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SCHOOL1B* schule
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TO-TEACH1 unterricht
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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I wonder why that is.
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||I1 ich
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||TO-WONDER1
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||I1
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For hearing people it depends on the books.
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||WHAT1B*
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HEARING1A hörend
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BOOK1A buch
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COHERENCE1A^ [MG]
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I wonder why. BOOK1A buch
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$GEST^
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||TO-WONDER1
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The ministry of education and cultural affairs decides about it.
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$INDEX1
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CULTURE1A* kulturministerium
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TO-DECIDE1A* entscheidung
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$GEST-OFF^
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That decision is final, even if there is other material available.
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$GEST-OFF^
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The ministry of education and cultural affairs makes the decisions.
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MINISTER2*
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MUST1A* muss
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TO-DECIDE1B* entscheiden
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||$INDEX2*
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People’s minds have changed by now, also because they move a lot for their jobs.
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NOW1 jetzt
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OPINION1A
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TO-MODIFY1B*
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But now it’s too late. It’s too late.
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NOW1* jetzt
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TO-WORK1 arbeiten
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ALREADY1A* schon
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LATE2 spät
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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My brother’s son lives in Hesse.
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BROTHER1A* bruder
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SON1 sohn
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$ALPHA1:H hessen
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TO-BELONG1
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My brother is from Bavaria and moved to Hesse because of his marriage.
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MY1*
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BROTHER1C* bruder
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$INDEX1
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BAVARIA1* bayern
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TO-MOVE2
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$INDEX1||$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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When he took a look at the math book, he noticed that everything was easier than what he knew.
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TO-WRITE1A
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TO-READ1C* [MG]
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BOOK1B mathe
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$GEST-NM^
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REASON4A^ [MG]
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EASY1 einfach
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He said to his son, “I’m confused, it’s more difficult in Bavaria.“
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TO-LET-KNOW1A
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$INDEX1*
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BAVARIA1* bayern
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BIT2A* bisschen
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HEAVY6 schwer
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He was puzzled and confused that it was so easy; he thought that couldn’t be real.
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$GEST^
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TO-BE-CONFUSED1*
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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EASY1* einfach
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IMPOSSIBLE1
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$INDEX1||$GEST-OFF^*
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His son tried to explain how logical it was, but it was just taught differently in Bavaria.
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TO-TEACH1
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LOGICAL1* logisch
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TO-BELONG1
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-BELONG1*
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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$GEST-OFF^
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There are dialects in spoken language, and the same accounts for signed languages.
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Such are the differences.
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COMPARISON2
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HEARING1A* hörend
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ALSO3A
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I-SEE1^ dialekt
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HEARING1A* hörend
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BIT4* bisschen
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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In spoken language, exactly.
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TO-SIGN1A*
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ALSO3A auch
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LANGUAGE3^*
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SOUND2 dialekt
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For example: Here you sign ’Spezi‘ [cola and lemonade mix] like this.
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YES2*
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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HERE1*
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||$INDEX1
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1* spezi
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Spezi.
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1* spezi
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Further up, in the northwest, they sign it like ’dark‘, something like that. I thought that was interesting.
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||AREA1A*
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Cola mix.
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$ALPHA1:C cola
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BLACK2* sch
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TO-MIX3 mix
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TO-SIGN1A*
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Cola mix is ’black coffee‘.
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$INDEX1||INTEREST1B [MG]
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$ALPHA1:C cola
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That’s what they call it there: ‘black coffee.’
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TO-SAY4
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TO-MIX3 mix
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BLACK2* schwarz
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BLACK2* schwarz
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BLACK2 schwarz
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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’Black coffee‘, that was interesting. It’s actually ‘cold coffee’.
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BLACK2* schwarzer
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COLD1 kalt
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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COLD1 kalt
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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$INDEX1
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Yes, like you said, ‚cold coffee‘. Cold.
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$ORAL^ kalt
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COLD1 kalt
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TO-BELONG1
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$INDEX1*
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’Cold coffee’ actually means Spezi.
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COLD1* kalt
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COFFEE1A* kaffee
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IN1*
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IN-CONTAINED2
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1* spezi
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||$INDEX1
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$GEST^
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I signed SPEZI, but no one got it. I1
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TO-SIGN1A*
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1 spezi
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$GEST-NM^
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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’Black coffee’ is something regional. ||THEN1C
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||BLACK2* schwarz
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||COFFEE2A* kaffee
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$GEST^ [MG]
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||TO-BELONG1*
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TO-BELONG1*
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Do you know people from that region?
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$INDEX1*
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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ON-PERSON1
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ALSO3A* auch
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YOU1*
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||COHERENCE1A*
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$INDEX1
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I used to have only little contact, because of the poor transport facilities.
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$GEST^
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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TRAFFIC1A verkehr
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NOT-YET1^ nicht
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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$GEST-OFF^
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Deaf as well as hearing people didn’t use to travel much, and had less contact, because they didn’t have cars, and were rather isolated in their villages.
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BACK-THEN1* damals
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TRAFFIC1A*
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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TRAFFIC1A verkehr
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HEARING1A* hörend
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LIKE3B
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NONE1*
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CAR3 auto
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SAME5*
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As a child, I used to sign SPEZI like this.
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$PROD*
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CHILD2
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TO-SIGN1A*
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I1*
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Nowadays, you can go everywhere.
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1* spezi spezi
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NOW1* jetzt
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Deaf people up in the north-west regions/
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TO-RAISE-HAND-OR-TO-SIGNAL1
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TO-SPREAD1* [MG]
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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||TO-BELONG1*
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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… order ’black coffee’, and I just sign Spezi.
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||I1
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||TO-WAVE1
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||BLACK2 schwarz
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||I1*
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||COFFEE2A kaffee
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||TO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO2^*
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A*
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1* spezi
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Right, I remember that.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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Some deaf people sign it differently. It’s different even there.
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I1 ich
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* gehörlos
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TO-SIGN1A*
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BACK-THEN1 damals
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||ABOVE1
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||DIFFERENT2 anders
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ALREADY1A* schon
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||DIFFERENT2* anders
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimm stimm
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ALREADY1A* schon
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$GEST-OFF^
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It’s really different there. They sign ’cold coffee’.
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ALREADY1A* schon
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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ALREADY1A* schon
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||$GEST-OFF^* ??
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TO-SIGN1A*
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||ALREADY1B* schon
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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When I was playing for the youth soccer club, we went on a trip to Hamburg once, and I ordered a Spezi.
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I1*
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HAMBURG1 hamburg
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YOUNG1* jung
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FOOTBALL2* fußball
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I1
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TO-DRIVE3 [MG]
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I1*
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TO-LET-KNOW1A
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1 spezi
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We’re on the Munich soccer team, so I ordered a Spezi.
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I1*
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FROM-OR-BY-OR-OF1 von
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MUNICH1A* münchen
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TEAM-OR-CREW1*
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FOOTBALL2 fußball
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I1
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ALSO3A auch
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1 spezi
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The bartender just questioningly looked at me.
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HE-SHE-IT1*
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$GEST-NM^
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I didn’t quite know how to explain it and said, “The yellow lemonade mixed with coke.”
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$GEST^
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WHAT1B^
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YELLOW3B* gelb
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INDUSTRY1B^ limo
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$LIST1:1of1d*
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WITH1A mit
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$ALPHA1:C-L-A cola
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$LIST1:2of2d [MG]
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TO-FILL3* [MG]
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TO-MIX3 [MG]
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The landlady said, “Ah, yes, cold coffee.“
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$GEST^ [MG]
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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COLD1* kalt
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TO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO2^* kaffee
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That’s ‘cold coffee’?
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COLD1* kalt
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COFFEE2A* [MG]
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COFFEE1A kaffee
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$INDEX1*
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Alright, so ‚cold coffee‘. I was just hoping she’d bring the right drink.
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COLD1* kalt
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COFFEE1A* kaffee
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WORD2 wort
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TO-HOPE2B* hoffen
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TO-DELIVER1A* nicht falsch
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She then served the drink, and it was the right one.
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TO-HIRE1B
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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I was pleased and drank it. I finally understood.
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RELIEVED1 [MG]
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MUG1A
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TO-DRINK1
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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I1||$GEST-OFF^*
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When I got what they meant, it was a new experience for me. Something new.
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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IT-WORKS1*
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LIKE3B wie
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NEW1B* neu
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EXPERIENCE1A erleb{nis}
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NEW1A* neu
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I1
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TO-BUILD-UP1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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I was surprised, too. ALSO3A* auch
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||I1
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||TO-WONDER1 [MG]
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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If a specific word is used amongst hearing people, the deaf pick it up and sign it the same way.
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||TO-BELONG1 aber
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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$INDEX1
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WORD2* wort
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TO-BELONG1
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HEARING1A* hörend
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TO-BELONG1
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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$INDEX1
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TO-ROLL1A^* automatisch
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ALSO3A auch
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TO-SIGN1B*
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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||ALSO3A auch
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$GEST-OFF^
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If the hearing use regional terms, deaf people surely do, too.
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||IF-OR-WHEN1*
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||TO-BELONG1
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HEARING1A* hörend
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||ALSO3A auch
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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They sign the way they learn when growing up. If they order something, for instance, they sign to the waiter, “Two blacks“ or what you just said.
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||TO-BELONG1
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ALREADY1A
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TO-GROW-UP1A* [MG]
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TO-BELONG1*
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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||I1
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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||I1
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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||BLACK2 schwarz
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||$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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YOU1
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||TO-SAY4
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“Two cold coffees, please!“
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COLD1* kalt
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COFFEE1A kaffee
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zwei
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||COME-HERE1
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They understand it, and I use a different term in my region.
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* weiß schon
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||ALREADY1A
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||APPROXIMATELY1^
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||I1
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||TO-STAY1*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1 spezi
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||TO-BELONG1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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I ask myself, how does that happen?
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$GEST-OFF^
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||I1
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||TO-THINK1A [MG]
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WHERE-FROM1* woher
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$INDEX1||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^*
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WHERE-FROM1* woher
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What’s the source of signs such as ‘black’, or like you said, ‘cold coffee’? $INDEX1*||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^*
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WHERE-FROM1* woher
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||$INDEX1
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BLACK2 schwarz
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TO-SAY4
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YOU1*
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COLD1* kalt
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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WHERE-FROM1* woher
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TO-SIGN1A*
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$GEST-OFF^
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What's the source? Deaf people usually borrow it from the hearing. It’s almost always like that.
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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$ORAL^ woher
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MOST1A*
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TO-TAKE1A^* ab
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HEARING1A hörenden
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Sure, but what’s the source? What’s the term’s historical background?
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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||CLEAR1B klar ALWAYS1A* immer
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$ORAL^ aber
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TO-TAKE1A^* ab
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WHERE-FROM1* woher
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$GEST-OFF^
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Now, with growing self-confidence, the deaf don’t really borrow terms from the hearing anymore, it rather emerges from the symbols we perceive visually.
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$INDEX1||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^*
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LIKE3B* wie
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HISTORY-OR-STORY2 geschichte
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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$INDEX1||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^*
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UNTIL-NOW1^ woher
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NOW1* jetzt
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$GEST-OFF^*
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CONFIDENT1 selbstbewusst
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NOW1* jetzt
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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OFF6* ab
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HEARING1A* hörend
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||NOT-ANYMORE1A* nicht mehr
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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TO-BELONG1^* selbst
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TO-SEE1*
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SYMBOL2A*
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The sign for one ‘Maß’ [liter] of beer was unknown in Hamburg, for example.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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$INDEX1*
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MEASURE2C* maß
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BEER3 bier
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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HAMBURG1* hamburg
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AREA1A^*
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UNKNOWN1 unbekannt
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I didn't learn it until I came here.
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||TO-COME1
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I1*
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MEASURE2C maß
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It's a big beer.
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$PROD* groß
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In Hamburg, I was asked what a ‘Maß‘ was. $INDEX1*
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VERY6*
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WHAT1B*
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MEASURE2C maß
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WHAT1B was
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They responded with “Ah okay“ when I brought them a liter of beer to show what it was.
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$GEST^
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AHA1
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MEASURE2C maß
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I1*
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$PROD*
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HENCE1* [MG]
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MEASURE2C^
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$GEST-OFF^
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One liter of beer like it is common in Bavarian culture.
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BEER1
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TO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER1A^*
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AN1 ein
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LITER1* liter
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BAVARIA1* bayern
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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CULTURE1A kultur
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TO-BELONG1*
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They were surprised and didn’t know the sign for it until they adopted this one.
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||$GEST^ [LM:ah]
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TO-SIGN1B*
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TO-TAKE1A^*
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IT-WORKS1*
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A||$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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It sometimes happens like this.
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DIFFERENCE1C* [MG]
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I am, however, in favor of standardized signs in Germany.
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$ORAL^ aber
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TO-SAY1
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UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35 einheitlich
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CLEAR1B* klar
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FOR1* für