dgskorpus_fra_07: Discussion

Topics Communication; Politics: One Sign Language in Europe; Sign Language; Sign Language: International Sign Language; Sign Language: One Sign Language in Europe; Sign Language: Signing Style; Sign Language: Youth Sign Language

Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Moderator
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You can start.
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PROMPT1^ [MG]
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You can start if you want to.
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$GEST-OFF^
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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Ok, I personally/ ||I2 [MG]
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||SELF1A selber
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It is my personal belief that it would be bad to have a uniformed sign language in Europe. ||NOT4
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||SELF1A selber
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||OPINION1A meine
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||MY1
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||EUROPE1* europa
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||AREA1A^
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||EQUAL8*
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||BUT1* aber
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||BAD-OR-STALE2 schlecht
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||$GEST-OFF^
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The German Sign Language is influenced by for example the German culture and other countries have their own culture.
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||EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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||I1
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||GERMAN1* deutsch
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||MY1
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||GOOD1^*
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TO-SAY1* be{sser}
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BETTER2*
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MY1 so
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CULTURE1A* kult{ur}
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TO-STAY1*
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MY1
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$LIST1:2of2d
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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HIS-HER1*
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CULTURE1A* kult{ur}
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I think the differences are fascinating.
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DIFFERENCE1B* unter{schied}
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||INTEREST1A [MG]
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The International Sign Language is already sufficient.
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||ALSO3A* auch
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||ENOUGH2* genu{g}
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INTERNATIONAL1* international
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TO-SIGN1A*
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||ENOUGH2 genu{g}
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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If there is no specific sign for one word, then one could derive a sign from another European sign language. ||$INDEX1
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INTERNATIONAL1*
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||WORD3*
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||FOR-WHAT1^* für
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||$GEST-OFF^* was
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NONE1* kein
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CAN2A kann
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IMAGINATION1A
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EUROPE1* eu{r}opa
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Or from the sign language of the country with the greatest influence.
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||INTERNATIONAL1* international
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TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1
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WORLD1 wel{t}
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POWER3* macht
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TO-SIGN1A
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I've been to the Dominican Republic before, and the deaf people there sign very differently.
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||AND2A* und
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DIFFERENT1^* ab{er}
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EXAMPLE1*
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SELF1A selber
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$ALPHA1:D-R dom{inikanischen} repub{lik}
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||DIFFERENT6 ande{rs}
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TO-SIGN1E
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I was still able to understand it.
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SELF1A selber
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TO-COMPREHEND1 begreif
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I could easily communicate just based on very simple movements.
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COMMUNICATION1A* komm{uni}ka{tion}
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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||EASY1* ein{fach}
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MOVEMENT1B bewe{gung}
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If hearing people do not know one word and they don't know any English either, how do they communicate?
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||EXACT4^ [MG]
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||HEARING1A hör{ende}
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||EXAMPLE1* bei{spiel}
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||HEARING1A* hör{ende}
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimm
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ENGLAND4 engl{isch}
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CAN1* [MG]
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COMMUNICATION1A* kom{munikation}
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HOW-QUESTION1* wie
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DEFICIENCY-IN-COMMUNICATION1
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Therefore deaf people have an advantage when it comes to communicating through movements, for example for TO EAT, TO WALK, TO SLEEP. You are able to communicate with the simplest movements.
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TO-GO-THERE2
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HOTEL8*
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MORE1 meh{r}
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MOVEMENT1B beweg
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||WITHOUT1* ohne
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One is always using movements in sign language and is able to express one's need for, for example, something to drink. LIKE3A* wie
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MORE1* mehr
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ACTIVE2* akt{iv}
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Yes, exactly.
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YES1A ja
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EXAMPLE1 beisp{iel}
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Yes.
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YES1A*
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TO-DRINK1
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TO-DRINK1
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WHAT1B* was
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Yes, for example. YES1A*
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THIS1A
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It's easy to understand.
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EXAMPLE1
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EXAMPLE1 bei{spiel}
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I'd find it boring if you were traveling around Europe and you ended up going to Italy for example, and they would use the same sign language like us.
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leich{t}
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TO-GRAB1A^* [MG]
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EUROPE1* europa
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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VACATION6* urlaub
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ITALY1* ital{ien}
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SAME2A* selbe
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I love to see new signs and learn them and their meaning.
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||DIFFERENT6* anders
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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I sometimes like the other signs because they are different and it would be a very dull world, if all sign languages were the same.
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||TO-TRY-OR-REHEARSAL2^* ma{nch}m{al}
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||SOME1*
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||GOOD1* gut
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||TO-PLEASE3 gefallen
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||OR4B* oder
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||WHY1* warum
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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BIT2A aber biss{chen}
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BAD-OR-STALE2 schlecht
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$GEST-OFF^
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Definitely.
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CLEAR1B* klar klar
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Everyone in Germany signs the same way.
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HERE1
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GERMAN1* deu{tschland}
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TO-SIGN1G
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LIKE3A* wie
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SAME2A selbe
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I am sick of it.
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I1
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TO-BE-FED-UP1^* [MG]
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I grew up with one constant sign language here in Germany.
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LIKE3B* wie
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GERMAN1 deu{tsch}
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TO-GROW-UP1B* aufwa{chsen}
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TO-SIGN1G*
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EQUAL1A gleich
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If one wants to sign extraordinarily, kind of internationally, one has to go for example to Spain or Italy.
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I1 will
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TO-WANT8
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WEIRD1^ [MG]
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WHAT1B*
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INTERNATIONAL1 interna{tional}
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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$INDEX1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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SPAIN1A span{ien}
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ITALY1 ital{ien}
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This sign language is far more interesting. One could even exchange signs.
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MORE1 mehr
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LIKE3B* wie
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INTEREST1B [MG]
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TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION1B handeln
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TO-SIGN1A
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Then life's more fun.
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MORE1 mehr
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FUN1 spaß
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TO-LIVE1C* leb
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It would be super boring if all of the sign languages were the same.
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IF-OR-WHEN1
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EQUAL8 glei{che}
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MEANING1 bed{eutet}
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BOREDOM1 langweilig
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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There were no evolving anymore, everything were static and everyone would assimilate to the same language, right?
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TO-DEVELOP1A
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LIKE3A wie
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ [MG]
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NOTHING1B nichts
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LIKE3B*
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SAME2B* selben
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A sti{mmt}
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If I go to another country, I am interested in the origin and the history of their sign language as well what the single signs mean and how they developed in that specific country.
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$INDEX1
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DIFFERENT6* anders
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THERE-IS2* gibt
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3 geschich{te}
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BACK-THEN1*
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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WHY1 warum
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TO-SIGN1B*
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The three-finger-hand shape is typical for the signs in Italy. It is used a lot.
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||ITALY1* ita{lien}
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||TYPICAL1* typisch
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$GEST-OFF^
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d* drei
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||MORE1 mehr
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d* hand drei
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Yes, the three-finger-hand-shape. $NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B^*
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MORE1 mehr
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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For example the signs TO DRIVE or for PALERMO They are always signed with the three-fingers-hand-shape.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^* EXAMPLE1* bei{spiel}
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TO-DRIVE-LIS1^ fahr
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PALERMO1* palermo
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Yes, Palermo.
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PALERMO1 palermo
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TO-DRIVE-LIS1^ fah{ren}
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MOST1A* meist
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One signs a lot more with the five-finger-hand-shape in Germany.
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||GERMAN1* deu{tsch}
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TO-SIGN1A*
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They use the one hand alphabet in America a lot.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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They also sign differently in Spain.
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SPAIN1A span{ien}
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The three-finger-hand shape is common for Italy.
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ITALY1* ita{lien}
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MOST1A mei{st}
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One could compare this to the usage of typical first names, for example in Germany some of them are #Name1, Thomas, Tobias.
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SAME2B selbe
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||GERMAN1* deutsch
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$NAME #name1
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||$ALPHA1:T thomas
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||$ALPHA1:T tobias
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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There are a couple of names in Italy that end with an “O”. TO-LIST1C*
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||ALWAYS1A immer
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$ALPHA1:O* o
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The ending “A” basically represents a female first name and an “O” represents a male first name.
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$ALPHA1:A* a
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WOMAN1A* frau
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$ALPHA1:O* o
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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They have different names in the different countries. $GEST-TO-STAY-CALM1^*
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DISTINCT1* verschi{eden}
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NAME1A nam
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DISTINCT1* vesch{ieden}
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||$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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LOCATION1A^*
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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||QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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My name, for example, #Name1 is a typical German name. That's why they sign like this.
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||HENCE1 deshalb
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$NAME #name1
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TO-SIGN1G*
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NOW1
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NOT-ANYMORE1A
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||$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-BELONG1^*
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WORD3* It would be like importing ones own signs and rejecting others reasoning that signs have to be the same.
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EQUAL1A* glei{che}
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NOT-ANYMORE1A*
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QUOTATION-MARKS1
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$GEST-OFF^* ||TO-BRING-IN1*
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DIFFERENT1* ander{s}
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EQUAL8*
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It is nicer if all sign languages differ from each other.
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DIFFERENT1* ander{s} and{ers}
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BETTER1 be{sser}
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AS-OR-THAN3* als
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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Otherwise it would be boring.
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BOREDOM1* langweile
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$GEST-OFF^*
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If deaf people are going on a holiday, they want to learn more about the different Deaf culture.
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TO-DRIVE1^* ur{laub}
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||CULTURE1A* kul{tur}
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||TO-WANT5 will
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||WEIRD1^ [MG]
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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You can pick up interesting signs on events and festivals or wherever it is you are going.
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EVENT1* [MG]
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||OR4B* oder
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FESTIVAL4A festival
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||OR4B oder
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EQUAL8* nicht selbe
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WEIRD1^* [MG]
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||INTEREST1A [MG]
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TO-TAKE1A^* [MG]
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Once you return home, you can tell about where you’ve been and what people do.
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Right.
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GOOD1* [MG]
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Then they are surprised that the signs sometimes differ so much or are special, and they think of it as interesting.
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Besides, they are more plain in some instances, which isn’t too bad, either.
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||WEIRD1^ aber auch
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There are some signs that catch my eye which I then copy. ||BAD-OR-STALE1 n{icht} schle{cht}
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THERE-IS3* nicht schlecht
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TO-SIGN1A*
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EYE1^* manchmal
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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TO-TAKE1A^* kop{ier}
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ALSO3A a{uch}
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They are new signs that I can add to my repertoire like an artist. I1
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LIKE3A wie
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TO-SIGN1A
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NEW1A* neu neu
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LIKE3B* wie
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ARTIFICIAL5* künstler
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I think it is very fascinating how new signs develop and how they are created.
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LIKE3B wie
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TO-INVENT1* neu
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TO-SIGN1A*
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WITH1B mit
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NEW1A* neu neu
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INTEREST1B [MG]
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If the signs would always stay the same, it would be pretty boring.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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SAME4 selbe
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BOREDOM1 langwei{lig}
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$GEST-OFF^
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If I meet new people, at international parties for example, I want to know more about them and their sign language.
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SAME2B* aber
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BUT1*
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PARTY1B* party
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INTERNATIONAL1* interna{tional}
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EXAMPLE1
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NEW4B neu
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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There are deaf people who like the German Sign Language.
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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GOOD1* gut
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TO-PLEASE3 gefallen
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GERMAN1 deutsch gebä{rden}
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TO-SIGN1G
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Vice versa, I like some other sign languages as well.
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OR4B* oder
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CONVERSELY1* um{gekehrt}
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THROUGH2A durch
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TO-PLEASE3 gefallen
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ON-PERSON1
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Right. ||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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It is true that the German Sign Language is very interesting and there are some pretty funny signs. $ORAL^ aber
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REALLY2 [MG]
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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GOOD5A^* [MG]
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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TO-SIGN1G
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INTEREST1B [MG]
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NEW4B* was neu
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FUNNY1 lus{tig}
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TO-SIGN1A
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Right, yes.
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FUNNY1* lus{tig} RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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That's why the language is interesting.
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$INDEX1 aber
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INTEREST1B [MG] $INDEX1
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YES1A stimmt
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And back in 2009 - at least I think it was 2009- the Deaflympics were held in Taipeh.
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AND2A*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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||ALSO3A auch
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||$NUM-THOUSANDS1:2d*
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:9 neun
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A* d{ea}flympic{s}
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TAIPEI1 taipeh
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Usually, I would have participated, but sadly I missed them.
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USUALLY1* normal
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INVOLVED1B dabei
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RESULT1 ergeb{nis}
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||TO-MISS-OUT-ON-STH2 [MG]
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You missed them? $GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^
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TO-MISS-OUT-ON-STH2*
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The German National team of basketball, soccer, bowling, handball, etc. participated. $INDEX1
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||GERMAN1*
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||NATIONAL2 national
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TEAM-OR-CREW1*
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BASKETBALL2* basketball
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$GEST-OFF^*
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FOOTBALL2 fußball
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$GEST-OFF^*
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BOWLING3* bowling
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HANDBALL1* handball
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$GEST-OFF^*
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WHATEVER3* egal
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*
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They traveled to this one city, Taipeh, in Taiwan from all over the world to come together in this one place.
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WORLD1 welt
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ASSEMBLY1* [MG]
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||TAIPEI1 taipeh
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||TAIWAN1B* taiwan
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||TERRITORY1
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||AND5*
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ASSEMBLY1*
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The German Sign Language caught the eye of many athletes during the conversations and the events. A lot of them liked the German Sign Language.
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EVENT1* [MG]
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TO-SIGN1E^*
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ALMOST2* fa{st}
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ALL2A* all{e}
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GOOD1*
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TO-PLEASE3* gefallen
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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TO-BE-EYE-CATCHING1^* [MG]
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The sign languages of other countries were nice, very fast and simple in their signs.
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DIFFERENT6* ander
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COUNTRY2* land
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FAST3A* schnell
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EASY1 ein{fach}
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TO-SIGN1E [MG]
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LIKE3A*
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WELL-BEHAVED1A brav
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There’s a special sort of atmosphere among Germans.
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LIKE3A wie
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It is different with the German Sign Language. It works a lot more with movements and upper bodywork.
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LIKE3A wie
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WEIRD1^
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GERMAN1 deu{tsch}
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WITH1A* mit
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MOOD3 stimme
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$PROD* laufen
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The German Sign Language is full of life and movements. $PROD*
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LIKE3B* wie
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Nearly everyone was fascinated by and interested in the German Sign Language.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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ALL1A* alle
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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MORE1* mehr
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A couple of deaf people told me so.
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They ignored the other sign languages while talking with other people.
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ALL1A alle
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MOMENT2* moment
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In a way that said, “Hold on for a second, I am interested in the German Sign Language. It catches my eye right away”. ||INTEREST1A [MG]
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GERMAN1* deu{tsch}
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TO-BE-EYE-CATCHING1^* [MG]
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TO-BELONG1^*
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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IN-ADDITION1^*
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||$GEST-OFF^
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||$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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The Germans have always signed very lively, with the result that it catches the eye of many other deaf people who then approach us.
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ALWAYS1A immer
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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MOVEMENT1B*
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TO-BE-EYE-CATCHING1* [MG]
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SOMETIMES1 manchmal
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INTEREST1B [MG]
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TO-COME3* komm
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We welcome them and invite them to chat a little.
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TO-LET1*
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HEART2* herz
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WELCOME1A* willkomm
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ALLOWED5* darf
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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They like the German Sign Language because it has signs that they like and that they think are funny.
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BUT1* aber
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GOOD1* gut
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TO-PLEASE3 gefallen
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LIKE3B* wie
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FUNNY1* lu{stig}
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GOOD1*
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They also say that they like the German Sign Language the best.
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TO-SAY2*
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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BEST1* bes{te}
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TO-PLEASE3 gefallen
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TO-SIGN1G
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That's right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$GEST-OFF^
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Some German deaf people are very gifted when it comes to introducing new words.
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THROUGH2A* durch
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TO-BELONG1^*
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GOOD1 [MG]
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TO-PRODUCE2^*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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GERMAN1
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TO-BELONG1^
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SOME1*
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TALENT1* tal{ent}
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WORD2*
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NEW4A neu
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IN-ADDITION1*
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The deaf people around 40, 50 and up usually sign very proper.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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||OLD4B alt
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlos
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TEAM-OR-CREW1^
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$NUM-TENS2A:4 vierzig
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||ABOVE3B^*
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||$INDEX1
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They used to sign simpler but that has changed. $INDEX1
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DIFFERENT2 ander{s}
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LIKE3A
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CORRECT1 [MG]
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The younger generation doesn't sign the same way.
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NOW3* jung
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NOW1*
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SAME2A* selbe selbe selbe
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My father told me that not only the basketball club but rather the whole main sports club celebrates their 100th anniversary in Frankfurt in 2008.
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||FATHER1* vater
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||TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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||BACK-THEN1*
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||EXAMPLE1^*
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$NUM-THOUSANDS1:2d zwei{tausend}ach{t}
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HERE1*
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FRANKFURT1 frankfurt
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||BASKETBALL2 basketball
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||NO1A
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GENERALLY1A allgemein
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||$MORPH-MAIN1B* haupt
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CLUB-OR-SOCIETY2* verein
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SPORTS1* spo{rt}
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AREA1A
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GOOD1*
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$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1 hun{dert}
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JUBILEE1* jubilä{um}
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YEAR2A*
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I helped organizing the celebration.
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GOOD1 [MG]
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I1
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||HERE1
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TO-ORGANISE2A organ{isieren}
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||TO-HELP1*
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We celebrated and drank and the party was a blast.
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||TO-DRINK1 [MG]
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TO-CELEBRATE1*
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FUN1* spaß
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1
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Suddenly we ran out of money.
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||SUDDENLY4^*
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||MONEY1A geld
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||TO-CLEAN-UP1A^* leer
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||I1
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Because my father lived close, I sent him a text asking him to drop by.
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||FATHER1* vater
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||TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2
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||CLOSE-BY1A [MG]
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FROM-TO3*
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||TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2*
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||COME-HERE1* komm
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Of course he came, by car.
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||FATHER1* vat{er}
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||OF-COURSE1A [MG]
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||CAR-DRIVING1*
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||TO-COME2*
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||TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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He was shocked, when he came in, because he had seen a drunk deaf guy who fell over lying outside on the floor.
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$GEST^
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||HE-SHE-IT1
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||DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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||ALREADY1A* schon
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||COMPLETELY-DRUNK1 schwarz
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||$PROD*
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||OUTSIDE1* drau{ßen}
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$PROD*
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COMPLETELY-DRUNK1 schwarz
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-LOOK2*
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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$INDEX1* schwarz
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||$PROD*
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That would have been scandalizing back in his day.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früh
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NOT3A* nicht
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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$NUM-TENS2A:3d
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||OLD4B
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||COMPLETELY-DRUNK1 schwa{rz}
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SCREAM1A schrei
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$GEST-OFF^
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He was shocked to see that there were so many drunk people. He thought it was totally inappropriate, and he couldn't understand that it became very common these days.
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TO-BE-SILENT3^
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DIFFERENT1 ander
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SAME2A selbe
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INTOXICATED1^ betru{nk}
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NOW3 je{tzt}
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OF-COURSE1B selbstverständlich
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One used to drink unhurried and today they drink their drinks very fast, for example vodka straight is usually drunk in one quick slug.
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COZY4 gemütlich
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Exactly, they used to simply drink beer.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früh
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VODKA1* wod{ka}
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FULL10 voll
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FAST3A* schnell
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EASY1 einfach
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BEER3 bier
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That was the easy and normal thing to do. Yes, quickly.
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USUAL1* normal
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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FAST3A* schnell
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When my father saw that, he thought of his time then and thought the new development was extreme.
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AREA1A*
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SAME2A selbe
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They signed properly back then. Of course they had fun and made jokes, too.
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BACK-THEN1* früher
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TO-SIGN1A*
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CORRECT1 [MG]
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ALSO3A* auch
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FUNNY1*
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||JOKE1 witz
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||MOST1A [MG]
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They used to tell a lot of jokes and they also laughed their asses off back in my father's thirties.
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||BACK-THEN1* früh
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||$NUM-TENS2A:3d drei{ßig}
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||JOKE1 witze
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TO-LAUGH2* [MG]
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Nowadays the jokes are a little outdated and therefore become unimportant.
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NOW3* je{tzt}
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||JOKE1 wi{tz}
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||LIKE3B*
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BIT2A* bi{sschen}
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OLD4B altmod{isch}
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MODERN1C
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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OVER2A^
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Nowadays it’s more lively, they provoke and add new words.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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MOVEMENT1B be{wegung}
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TO-PROVOKE1* pro{vozieren}
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TO-PROVOKE1* [MG]
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WORD3*
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||NEW4A neu
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||IN-ADDITION1
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My movements/
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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There were rules like with “rock, paper, scissors“ or something similar with some extra things on top.
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MY1 mein
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$GEST-OFF^*
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MOVEMENT1A*
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COMMAND1* befehl
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TO-BELONG1^*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Yes, it’s basically like “rock, paper, scissors“. When it’s transferred/
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ROCK-PAPER-SCISSORS1^*
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COMMAND1* befehl
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ROCK-PAPER-SCISSORS1^*
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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LIKE3B* wie
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IN-ADDITION1*
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LIKE3A* wie
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QUOTATION-MARKS2 [MG]
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TO-PLAY2* spiel
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TO-LEAD1^*
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LIKE3B wie
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There are some games in Europe of which I would like to know what they mean.
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||EUROPE1 europa
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||ALSO3A auch
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||EUROPE2
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||DIFFERENT6* anders
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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They are remarkable. ||$INDEX1
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||WEIRD1^ [MG]
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There are games everywhere which are funny and interesting and which the deaf people exchange with others.
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TO-PLAY2 spiel
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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TO-SIGN1E*
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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FUNNY1 lus{tig}
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C*
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TO-REPLACE1
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I prefer that.
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BEST1* beste
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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I prefer that, too.
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That's how it is.
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BEST1
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DONE1A [MG]
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CROSS1A^*
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When I talk to my parents and they use the old signs, I try to introduce some of the new signs.
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SOMETIMES1 manchmal
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OLD2C* alt
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I1 probieren
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NEW4B* neu neu
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TO-SIGN1G*
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But my parents don't understand them and then ask me what the new signs mean.
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ON-PERSON1* [MG]
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TALK2B* unter{halten}
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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NEW4B* neu neu
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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$GEST-OFF^
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I explain the signs to them. I also explain that the younger generation communicates in modern sign language with each other and they have new signs.
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TO-EXPLAIN1 erklären
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NOW3* jetzt
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YOUNG1 jung
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE3^*
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WITH1B* mit
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MODERN1A modern
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LIKE3B* wie
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TO-SIGN1G*
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NEW4B* neu neu
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Yes.
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YES1A
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But they do adopt some of the modern signs already, as I do, to communicate with one another, and I adapt to them.
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ALSO3A auch
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LIKE3B wie
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TO-TAKE1A^* nachmach
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ALSO3A auch
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TO-SIGN1G
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TO-ADJUST1* anpa{ssen}
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The conversations with my parents works so far, and they are interested in the meaning of the different new signs.
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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UNTIL-NOW1 bis jetzt
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TALK2B* unterhalt
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INTEREST1B [MG]
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MEANING1 b{edeutung}
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NEW1A* neu neu
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DISTINCT1 versch{ieden}
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$GEST-OFF^*
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They have fun with it.
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FUN1* spaß
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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You are part of the national team and you know the different sign languages in Europe. Yet, you still think that the German Sign Language is the best one?
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I wasn't actually at an international match yet.
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SELF1A selber
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NOT-YET2* noch
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TO-PLAY2
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NEVER-BEFORE1* noch nie
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I was just nominated but they kept postponing it over time.
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||NOMINATION1 nomin{ierung}
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||ALWAYS4A*
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I was at the international tournament for basketball in Frankfurt, though.
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BUT1 aber
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GENUINE1*
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I1 gewe{sen}
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||BASKETBALL2* basketball
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INTERNATIONAL1 international
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||BASKETBALL2* bas{ketball}
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FRANKFURT1 frankfurt
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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Moscow and Italy, I mean Rome, were playing against each other, and I was invited to watch the match.
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MOSCOW1 moskau
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$GEST-OFF^*
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ITALY1* italien
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ROME1 rom
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TO-INVITE2* einladen
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GAME-PLAY1A*
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INTERNATIONAL1 international
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I was able to watch the conversations of the deaf people around me, and I could see how they had normal conversations.
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EQUAL1A^
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USUAL1 normal
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Everyone tended to watch the Germans because they signed more energetic and with a lot of facial expressions. ||ALL1A* all
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||MORE1 mehr
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||GERMAN1* deutsch
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MOVEMENT1B* beweg
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MORE1 mehr
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FACIAL-EXPRESSION1 mimik
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Yes. They were very interested and wanted to know what the signs mean.
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YES2 ||INTEREST1A [MG]
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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TO-SIGN1A*
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They said, “Ah right, good idea, not bad.” ||I2*
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE1^* gute idee
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BAD-OR-STALE1* nicht schlecht
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They liked the signs.
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TO-SIGN1A*
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||GOOD1* [MG]
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Take a party on vacation for instance, everyone was watching the Germans.
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MORE1* mehr
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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||GERMAN1 deutsch
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||MOST1A meist
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TO-SIT1A^ interna{tional}
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TO-LOOK-AT6*
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We didn't want to brag or look like bigmouths.
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||ALSO3A* auch
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LIKE3A*
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We chatted and laughed a lot.
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FUNNY1 lu{stig}
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TO-LAUGH2 [MG]
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They were completely taken in by our signing.
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*
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||INTEREST1A* [MG]
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*
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Other people were more reserved and just look around a little, the Italians for example.
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PEOPLE2* leu{te}
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TO-SIGN1E [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT1* schauen
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Yes, they sign very reserved, really reserved. LIKE3A wie
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WELL-BEHAVED1A brav The Germans don't think of it as that interesting.
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TO-FEEL-SICK1B*
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WELL-BEHAVED1A brav
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We noticed that they were watching us. YOU1*
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MORE1 mehr
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*
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MORE1 mehr
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TO-STRIKE1A auffällig
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I wasn't at the Deaflympics myself.
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||ALSO3A* auch
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||OLYMPIA1 olympia
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||INVOLVED1B n{icht} dabei
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But another deaf person told me that everyone thought of it as interesting to watch the German conversations.
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||MOST1A*
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APPROXIMATELY1 ungefähr
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||INTEREST1A [MG]
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DGS [short for German Sign Language] caught the eye of many people.
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||GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-BE-EYE-CATCHING1^* [MG]
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Yes, that's true.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimm
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$GEST-OFF^*
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And if you look at the other sign languages, which one do you think is nice? What do you think?
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Only specific ones, if they sign certain signs/ $GEST-OFF^*
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ONLY2A* nu{r}
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CERTAIN2 bestimm
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Same.
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SELF1A sel{bst}
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CERTAIN2 bestimm
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If we just chat normally, I will pick one of the signs out of the pool of funny signs which I like and that catches my eye.
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ONLY2A
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USUAL1 norma{l}
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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IF-OR-WHEN1 aber
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CERTAIN2* bestimm
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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FUNNY1 lu{stig}
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ei{n}
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GOOD1* gu{t}
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TO-BE-EYE-CATCHING1* [MG]
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GOOD1 gut
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TO-PLEASE3 gefa{llen}
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I am also interested in the meaning of certain signs in their sign language.
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ALSO3A auch
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INTEREST1B [MG]
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TO-SIGN1G
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* wa{s}
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WORD3* wor{t} wor{t}
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TO-SIGN1G*
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The German Sign Language is very complex and has a great diversity.
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$ORAL^ aber
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STRONG1A* [MG]
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VERY6^
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* vie{l}
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POSSIBLE1B* mö{g}li{ch}
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THIS-AND-THAT2^*
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It includes a lot of add-ons on how you can sign certain things through body movement etc.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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IN-ADDITION1*
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TO-SIGN1G
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BODY2*
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MOVEMENT1B* bewe{gung}
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$INDEX1
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That adds up to a large diversity.
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VERY6 [MG]
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THIS-AND-THAT2^
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The others sign more reserved and with a stiffer poise. Yes.
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||YES1A*
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LIKE3A
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SILENCE1 ruhe
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POISE2
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Yes, erm. Hmm, I am, myself/
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||SELF1A sel{bst}
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||YES1A
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||I1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I am not really interested in history or culture; I am interested in sports, partying, and having fun with friends. ||SELF1A selber
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
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||SELF1A selber
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NOW3* je{tzt}
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||I2*
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||NOW3* je{tzt}
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||MOMENT1 moment
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||HISTORY-OR-STORY3 geschi{chte}
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||OR4B*
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||CULTURE1A* {kult}ur
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||BUT1* aber
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||INTEREST1A
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||NONE2 kein
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||INTEREST1A
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||ENOUGH2
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||SPORTS1* spor{t}
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PARTY1A* part{y}
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||FRIEND4* freund
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FUNNY1* lu{stig}
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||FUN1 spa{ß}
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I prefer to live life to its fullest.
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||RATHER1* lieber
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TO-LIVE1A* lebe
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TO-EXPLOIT1 aus{nutzen}
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I think once I am older, I will be sick of that and then be more interested in culture.
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||TO-THINK1B*
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||ANYWAY2* sowie{so}
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||SOMETIME1*
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||OLD4B alt
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||TO-BE-SICK-OF-STH1 [MG]
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||THEN1A*
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||CULTURE1A* kul{tur}
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||DIRECTION3*
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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I don't want to miss out now.
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I1*
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NOW3* je{tzt}
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I1
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TO-MISS-OUT-ON-STH2 verpass
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I1*
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NOT3A
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I'd prefer it if sign languages in Europe would stay like they are now. I1
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TO-THINK1B* dach
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RATHER1* lieber
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||EUROPE1* europa
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TO-SIGN1E
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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TO-STAY1*
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CULTURE1B* kul{tur}
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HIS-HER1*
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Once I don't feel like working out anymore, or I am sick of the stuff listed above, I could take an interest in culture.
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ANYWAY2 sowie{so}
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||UNTIL1 bis
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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TO-MAKE1* mach
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I1 ich
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When you've had enough.
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NOT3B*
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MACHINE-AIDED2C* automa{tisch}
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SATED1 [MG]
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WELL1
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||ANYWAY1 sowie{so}
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FINISH1
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||ENOUGH1*
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||THEN1A und dann
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||I1 [MG]
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||CULTURE1A* kul{tur}
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||INTEREST1A [MG]
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Then I will travel to another European country and ask for the meaning of , for example, the different Spanish signs.
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||MEANING1^* aber
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||TO-COME1* komme
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COUNTRY1A*
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||DIFFERENT6* ander
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||COUNTRY1A* land
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||COUNTRY3A* land
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AREA1A*
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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SPAIN1A
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AREA1A^*
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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That way I will learn new sign languages.
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||DIFFERENT1* ander
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C*
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AREA1A*
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Once I am done with my four-year apprenticeship I want to take a gap year and go on a trip around the world.
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AIM4 ziel
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||EDUCATION1* ausbil{dung}
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||DONE2 fertig fertig
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||DONE4
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||IMAGINATION1A* vor{stellen}
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||YEAR1B* ein ja{hr}
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||TO-WORK2 arbeitslos
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HANDS-OFF1^
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TO-WANT7* will
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WORLD1 welt
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TO-EXPLOIT1* aus{nutzen}
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I want to see everything without a penny in my pocket and think of a way to live on the way.
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||ALL1A all{e}
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DONE2* fer{tig}
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CITY2 stadt
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$ALPHA1:B-U-M-E-L-N bummeln
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QUOTATION-MARKS1^*
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Just travelling everything.
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QUOTATION-MARKS1 wie
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MONEY1A*
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TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK1* bummeln
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WITHOUT1* ohne
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FINISH1*
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||TO-TRY1* vers{uchen}
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||I1*
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||DREAM1* traum
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That way I would make a great memory.
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||TO-THINK1B* denke
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||RATHER1* einmal
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||ONCE1* lieber
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EXPERIENCE1A* erleben
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THEN1A*
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||TO-LEAD4^ dafür
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BEAUTIFUL1A* schön
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MEMORY-OR-REMINDER2 erinnerung
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That is my goal.
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$INDEX1
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MY1 mein
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AIM4* ziel
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$GEST-OFF^*
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All sign languages in Europe should remain.
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$ORAL^ ab{er}
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||EUROPE1* eu{ropa}
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TO-STAY1* blei{ben}
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If there were a uniformed sign language, I wouldn't like it because the communication would be too easy for me.
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||EQUAL8* [MG]
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TO-DRIVE1*
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$INDEX2*
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$GEST-TO-TAP-ONES-FOREHEAD1^ [MG]
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TO-SIGN1E*
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* lei{cht}
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I like it when the communication is more difficult.
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COMMUNICATION1A*
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TO-LOVE-STH1*
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||DEFICIENCY-IN-COMMUNICATION1 [MG]
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I1*
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I like it when I have to work a bit to find the solution.
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MORE1* mehr
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||INTEREST1A* [MG]
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FIGHT2 kämp{fen}
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||TO-FIND1B* [MG]
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It is really exciting to find out the meaning.
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||INTEREST1A inter{essant}
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||AN1
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It's fun to find solutions to problems.
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||SOLUTION2 lös{ung}
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$INDEX1
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SOLUTION2 lös{en}
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||FINALLY3 endlich
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MORE1* meh{r}
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FUN1 spaß
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$INDEX1
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I don't like it as much when the communication works well quickly.
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COMMUNICATION1A*
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FAST3A* schnell
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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I like it that is takes some time and some discussing to understand each other.
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I1
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TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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TO-NEED1* brauch
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||TIME1* zei{t}
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LONG-TIME4A lang
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PROBLEM2B^* [MG]
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DISCUSSION1A*
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* ver{stehen}
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NOT3B*
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I become ambitious.
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I2
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||TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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||MORE1* mehr
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TO-BE-ANNOYED5^ [MG]
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The bad side is if I ever get arrested and the communication with the police is difficult, that‘d be bad.
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$INDEX1*
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IF-OR-WHEN1 aber
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FOR1* da
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DISADVANTAGE3* nachteil aber
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$GEST-OFF^
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SUDDENLY4 pol{izei}
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||POLICE1A*
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TO-ARREST-SB2*
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COMPLICATED1A
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BAD-OR-STALE2 schlecht
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$GEST-OFF^ aber
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Yes, that would be bad. Staying in hotels is my favorite.
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BAD-OR-STALE2
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I1
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||TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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YES1A
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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||HOTEL3 hotel
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||$GEST-NO-IDEA1^* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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BETTER1 [MG]
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I1
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$INDEX1
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For example, if you drive in a cab or go to the gas station. BEEN1 gew{esen}
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EXAMPLE1 bei{spiel}
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CAB1 tax{i}
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$GEST-OFF^*
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EXAMPLE1* oder
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TO-FUEL3* tan{ken}
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$GEST-OFF^
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It should be possible for communication to be fun.
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POSSIBLE1B mö{glich}
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ALSO3A* auch
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COMMUNICATION1C* komm{uni}zier
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$GEST-OFF^*
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FUN1 spaß
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 praktisch
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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Spoken languages like English, French, etc, differ as well. Therefore, the sign languages of Europe should differ as well. You think that one uniformed sign language would be boring for you?
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Of course, of course.
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CLEAR1B klar
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No, the International Sign Language is enough.
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CLEAR1B klar
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NO1A* [MG]
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CLEAR1B* klar
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ONLY2A* nu{r}
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INTERNATIONAL1 inernational
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||ENOUGH2 genug
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International only means that the signs are international.
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INTERNATIONAL1* inter{national}
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||MEANING1 bedeutet
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||WORD2 wo{rt}
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INTERNATIONAL1*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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||REALLY2*
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When International Sign Language was developed, there were no books about it.
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INTERNATIONAL1*
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||NEW4A* neu
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||INTERNATIONAL1* interna{tional}
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THERE-IS2 gibt
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BOOK1B* buch
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||INTERNATIONAL1* international
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TO-SIGN1A*
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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NOT3A nicht
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There isn't such thing.
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THERE-IS1* gibt nicht $GEST-OFF^*
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No, that didn't exist.
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NOT3A*
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THERE-IS1 gibt nicht
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THERE-IS1* gibt nicht NOT3A
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It should only be easy to understand for certain contexts.
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ONLY2A nu{r}
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NOT3A*
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TO-SIGN4*
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SOLID1A^* bestimmt
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COHERENCE1A*
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$GEST-OFF^
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* lei{cht}
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CLEAR1A* klar
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In Germany, for example I sign “How are you?”.
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||EXAMPLE1* bei{s}piel
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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GERMAN1*
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$INDEX1
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GERMAN1 deutscher
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MY1*
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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TO-GO1A* geh
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YOU1
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If I will sign the same way “How are you?” in America, they wouldn't understand.
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THERE1*
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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AMERICA1* amerika
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||TO-BELONG1
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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||TO-GO1A*
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||$INDEX1
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$GEST-NM^
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||ALSO3A auch
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||$INDEX1
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WHAT1B* was
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NOT3A
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If everyone would sign “How are you feeling?” like this, everyone could answer and understand it which would be much easier.
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CONDITION-BODY1*
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GOOD3*
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CONDITION-BODY1*
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GOOD3*
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||$INDEX1*
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CONDITION-BODY1* [MG]
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GOOD3*
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If you were signing it like this, it would be easier.
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BIT2A
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CONDITION-BODY1*
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||EASY1 einfach
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GOOD3*
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EASY1 einfach
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WORD3
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YES1A*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$INDEX1*
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I traveled to the Dominican Republic. WAS1 war
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DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC1* domini{kani}sche {republik}
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I1
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VACATION6 urlaub
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Oh, I see.
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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They asked in simple signs, “Feeling good?“
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TO-SIGN1A*
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OPINION1A* meine
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GOOD3* [MG]
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TO-BELONG1^*
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GOOD3*
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I was able to understand and reply with the same simple signs, “Feeling good!”
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TO-COMPREHEND1*
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GOOD3* [MG]
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You sign, “How are you?” in German Sign Language this way.
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BUT1* aber
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CONVERSELY1* um
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I1
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Yes, and for example: If you use the sign for PARTNER [partner as husband/wife, boyfriend/girlfriend], others wouldn't understand the sign, and would ask, “Ehm, what does that sign mean?”
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HERE1
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||ALSO1A auch
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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||EXAMPLE1 beisp{iel}
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TO-GO2^* gehts
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$GEST-OFF^*
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BUT1* aber
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EXAMPLE1*
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LIFE-PARTNER1
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LIFE-PARTNER1
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WHAT1A*
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LIFE-PARTNER1
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You could use the sign FRIEND and the other person would understand that you are asking, if they are an item.
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NO1A* [MG]
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You can sign FRIENDS like this or this.
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$INDEX1
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FRIEND-$CANDIDATE-FRA54 frie{nd}
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FRIEND-$CANDIDATE-FRA54 frie{nd}
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PARTNER2 frie{nd}
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$ORAL^ [LM:ah]
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You would understand right away that they are an item.
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YOU-PLURAL1A*
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TOGETHER3B beide
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TO-COMPREHEND1
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MOST1A damit
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BETTER2* besser
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If you want to improve your knowledge of foreign sign languages, you should go to the deaf club of any village.
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TO-BELONG1
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EUROPE1* europa
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||WHAT1B^
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For example a Spanish village.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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SPAIN1A* span{isches}
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You have to challenge yourself to stay as long as it takes to learn Spanish Sign Language and understand the difference.
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||$INDEX1
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I1*
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TO-STAY1* bleiben
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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TO-SIGN1G*
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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||WEIRD1*
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You could do it in other countries as well.
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||CLEAR1A* klar
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TO-DIVIDE-IN1A^*
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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That's why it is better if the sign languages of Europe stay the way they are and no uniformed sign language is established.
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BETTER2 besser
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TO-STAY1* bleiben
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EUROPE1* europa
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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NO1A
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I wouldn't visit places where a common European sign language were used.
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I2*
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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TO-SIGN4*
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SAME2A* selbe
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NO1A [MG]
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That's understandable. CLEAR1A* klar klar
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