dgskorpus_goe_08: Discussion

Topics Cinema, Theater, Museum, Art: Music; Personal Hygiene, Health, Illness: Cochlear Implant (CI); Personal Hygiene, Health, Illness: Tinnitus; Politics: One Sign Language in Europe; Science and Technology: University for the Deaf (Europe); Sign Language; Sign Language: Fingerspelling Alphabet; Sign Language: One Sign Language in Europe; Sports and Games: Parachuting; Work and Profession: University for the Deaf (Europe)

Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Translation Lexeme/Sign Mouth Moderator
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Such a project would mean a lot of work, and it would be complicated, too.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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TO-WORK2 arbeit
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COMPLICATED1A* kompliziert
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YES1A ja
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I’ve been to Switzerland once or twice in my life.
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EXPERIENCE1A* schon erlebt
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ONCE1 einmal
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d zweimal
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SWITZERLAND1A schweiz
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PERSON1^
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BEEN1 gewesen
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I2^
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I went there by train.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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TRAIN1A zug
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People kept staring at me.
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||TO-LOOK-AT1*
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They sign differently there, yes, and I didn’t understand them.
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DIFFERENT1^ [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A*
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YES1A ja
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PERSON1^*
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehe
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PERSON1^* nicht
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Signing with them was a problem, because I always had to ask for the meaning of the signs.
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TO-SIGN1A^* wie
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TO-SIGN1A^*
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PROBLEM2A {proble}me
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was ist das
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QUESTION1* frage frage frage
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$GEST^
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Signing there was somewhat complicated. TO-SIGN1A*
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$GEST^
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COMPLICATED1A* kompli{ziert}
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I didn’t understand them.
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NOT3A ni{cht}
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstanden
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PERSON1^*
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Right.
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YES1A ja
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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It would be easier to have the same signs all over Europe.
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TOGETHER3A^* wenn
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EUROPE1* europa
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$INDEX1* alle
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EQUAL1A gleich
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WAS1 wäre
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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Everything would go more quickly.
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FAST3A schnell
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TIME1 zeit
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Complicated signing is a waste of time. YOU1*
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LONG-TIME4A^* [MG]
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$ORAL^ wäre
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TO-THROW3^* wegschmeißen
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TIME1
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TIME3* zeitverlust
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TO-THROW3^*
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I know it’s true.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* ich weiß
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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It would be hard to realize though — I don’t know.
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DIFFICULT1* aber schwer
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I2 ich
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$GEST^ weiß nicht
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I am not in favor of having one common sign language in Europe.
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I2 ich
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NOT3A nicht
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FOR1 dafür
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EQUAL8 [MG]
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EUROPE1* europa
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SIGN-LANGUAGE1A gebärdensprache
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NOT3A nicht
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FOR1 dafür
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I1
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In my opinion, there should be different sign languages.
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I2
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TO-BELIEVE2B*
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BETTER1 besser
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DIFFERENT1* anderen
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When visiting another country, I am interested in the people who live there, their culture, and language.
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REASON4B grund
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IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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I2^ land
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COUNTRY1A
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A besu{chen}
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MORE1 mehr
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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TO-MEET2A*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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LIKE3A* wie
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CULTURE1A kult{ur}
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LIKE3A* wie
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LANGUAGE1 sprache
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TO-BELONG1^
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For instance, I’m interested in the Belgian language.
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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BELGIUM2 belgi{en}
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LANGUAGE1 sprache
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LANGUAGE4A
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TO-BELONG1^
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Sentences in spoken and in signed languages are linguistically connected.
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TO-SPEAK3 [MG]
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SENTENCE2 satz
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COHERENCE1A
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SIGN-LANGUAGE1B gebärdensprache
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DIFFERENT1 anders
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TO-LINK1A^*
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If all sign languages were the same, sentences would automatically become contradictory.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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EQUAL8 [MG]
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MACHINE-AIDED2A* automatisch
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SENTENCE2 satz
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MEANING1* {be}deu{tung}
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AGAINST5A^ [MG]
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$NUM-NUMBER-OF-PEOPLE2^*
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The semantic meaning of a German word exists in DGS [German Sign Language], as well.
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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DGS1 d-g-s
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WORD1 wort
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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TO-LINK1A^ [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1A* richtig
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TO-BELONG1*
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DGS1 d-g-s
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It’s interesting to exchange signs and opinions when meeting people in other countries.
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DIFFERENT2 andere
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LANGUAGE1 sprache
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TO-BELONG1^*
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LIKE6* wie
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TO-MEET2A*
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MACHINE-AIDED2A* auto{matisch}
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MORE1 mehr
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INTEREST1A interesse
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TO-SIGN1G*
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DIFFERENT2 anders
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TO-SIGN1A
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TO-REPLACE1 austausch
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OPINION1B mein
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TO-EXCHANGE1 tausch
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MORE1 mehr
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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$GEST^
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For example, in the past/
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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PAST1^
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Ah yes.
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TO-COME-INTO-MIND1
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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I was in Brussels and randomly met two deaf people at the bus stop there.
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I2
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PAST1^
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BRUSSELS2 brüssel
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COINCIDENCE1 zufall
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*
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BEEN1 gewesen
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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COINCIDENCE1 zufall
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BUS1A bus
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TO-MEET2A getroffen
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COINCIDENCE1 zufall
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I understood their signs nevertheless, we were signing slowly and used simple signs.
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I1
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TO-SIGN1A
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotzdem
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehen
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SLOW1* langsam
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TO-SIGN1A*
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EASY1* einfach einfach
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“Where are you from?“
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HOUSE1B^ wo
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WHERE1B
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I understood every sign.
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I1*
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HOUSE1B^
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WHERE1B*
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Simple signs, right.
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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We used simple signs.
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EASY1* einfach einfach
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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Did your conversation get deeper?
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TO-SIGN1A*
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BUT1 aber
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And then/
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THEN1A dann
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DEEP1* tief
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$INDEX1
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No, that was not possible.
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DEEP1* tief
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CAN1*
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We could have done that if our conversation had lasted longer.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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TO-SIGN1A gebärden
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LONG-TIME4A mehr lange
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CAN2B kann
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DEEP1* tief tief tief
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CAN2A* kann
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It was an interesting exchange.
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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INTEREST1A* [MG]
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TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION1^ austausch
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MORE1* mehr
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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It's better if every country has its own sign language.
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DIFFERENT2 andere
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COUNTRY1A* land
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BETTER1 besser
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TO-SIGN1E*
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BETTER1 besser
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DIFFERENT2 anders
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BETTER1 besser
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But it’s complicated.
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$GEST^ aber
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COMPLICATED1A kompli{ziert}
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$GEST^
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If you, for example, ask the police for help, it can get really complicated, and it takes a lot of time.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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POLICE1A polizei
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TO-SHOUT1B rufen
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PLEASE2* bitte
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TO-HELP1* helfen
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PROBLEM2B^ [MG]
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ wie
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LOSS1A* verlust
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PROBLEM2A^*
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You can write it down in English.
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TIME1 zeit
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EASY1 oder
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ENGLAND4 englisch
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$GEST^
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TO-WRITE1A
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TO-WRITE-DIALOGUE1
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And if the other person doesn’t know English that well, either?
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CAN2A*||$INDEX1 kann ni{cht}
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ENGLAND4 englisch
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ALSO3A* auch
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GOOD1* gut
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TO-WRITE1A
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ENGLAND4*||$INDEX1 englisch
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It’s possible that the other person doesn’t have a big vocabulary in German just like me.
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THERE-IS3 gibt
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LIKE3B* wie
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SELF1A selbst
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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GOOD1 nicht gut
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MEASURE2A^* wort
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ALSO3A*||$INDEX1 auch
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GOOD1 nicht gut
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COINCIDENCE1 zufall
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$GEST^
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Everyone’s different.
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DIFFERENCE1B* verschieden
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ALL1A^*
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$GEST^
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You mean German for foreigners? GERMAN1 deutsch
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WORD3^
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OPINION1B meint
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A Spanish guy and I didn’t know the language very well; we were no experts in forming sentences.
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FOR1 für
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$GEST^
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ABROAD2 ausland
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IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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I1
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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GOOD1* nicht gut
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ALSO3A*||$INDEX1 auch
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SELF1A* selbst
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$GEST-ALL-FINGERTIPS-CONTACT1^* spanien
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$INDEX1
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ALSO3A auch
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GOOD1 nicht gut
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SENTENCE1* satz
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VERY6 profi
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$INDEX1
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That’s what made it complicated. LIKE3A* wie
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COMPLICATED1A kompliz{iert}
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$GEST^
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It's hard for me to translate from German, and he translated for me, too.
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I2
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-CHANGE2A* um
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I1
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TO-CHANGE2A* um
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FOR1* für
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He helped me to get the needed information.
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TO-HELP1* helfen
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INFORMATION2B information
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TO2^
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TO-PROVIDE1 besorgen
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He didn’t know what I meant, and I didn’t find the right words.
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$INDEX1
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^ w{as}
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TO-BELONG1^ meint
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I2
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TO-BE-IN-THE-HOT-SEAT1* [MG]
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kenne nicht
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WORD1* wor{te}
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I couldn’t cope and thought it was very complicated.
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I2
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TO-BE-IN-THE-HOT-SEAT1 [MG]
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COMPLICATED1A kompl{iziert} [MG]
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$GEST^
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I find it difficult. I don’t know.
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EYE1^*
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HEAVY1B* schwer
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß nicht
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You just have to try to slowly sign easy words. That way, it’s possible to understand each other.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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EASY1
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TO-TRY1 versuchen
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LIKE3A* wie
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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WORD3* wort wort
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PROMPT1^*
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TO-SIGN1A
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TO-COMPREHEND1* [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A*
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CAN2A* kann
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ALSO1A* auch
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People in Spain sign slightly differently, and they explained the signs to me.
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$ORAL^ grund
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SPAIN2* spanien
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TO-GO-THERE1^
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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TO-SIGN1A*
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BIT2A b{isschen}
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DIFFERENT2 anders
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TO-SIGN1A* gebä{rden}
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TO-EXPLAIN1* erklären
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I learned the new signs and internalized them.
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I2
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TO-LEARN1* lernen
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TO-INTERNALISE1
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DIFFERENT2 anders
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It was interesting.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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$GEST^
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I met an old deaf man in Italy who’s signing was so different that I didn’t understand a thing.
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$INDEX1
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ITALY1 italien
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$INDEX1
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A
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OLD5A alt
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MAN1 mann
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DIFFERENT2 [MG]
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I1* ich
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehe
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ZERO6B* null
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$GEST^
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He signed way too fast for me.
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OLD5A alt
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BIT2A bisschen
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FAST3A* zu schnell
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TO-SIGN1A
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Young people made an effort to sign slowly.
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YOUNG1 jung
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BIT2A bisschen
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SLOW1 langsam
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CAN2A* kann
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TROUBLE2 bemühen
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But the old man was signing fast.
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OLD4B alt
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FAST3A schnell
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You could have asked him to sign more slowly so it would have been easier for you. TO-SIGN1A*
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$ORAL^ aber
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EQUAL8* gleich
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You do know/ YOU1* du
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TO-CRITICISE1A^ [MG]
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A weißt schon
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PLEASE2* bitte
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SLOW1* langsam
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leicht
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TO-FIND1D finden
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True.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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I told him to sign slowly.
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$GEST^
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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SLOW1* langsam
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He did, but switched to signing really fast again shortly after.
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MAN1* mann
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TO-SIGN1A*
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FAST3A schnell
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I didn't understand a thing. I2
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TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehen
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Ok, it really is difficult then.
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ATTENTION1A^* war
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HEAVY1B* schwer
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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What do you think a common sign language could look like? How could it get implemented? How should all those languages merge? What could be improved?
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Now that would be boring.
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FEELING3* fühl
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BOREDOM1 langweilig
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$GEST^
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Should there be one central school?
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No, there should be several locations.
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LOCATION1A^* [MG]
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Classes should be close to home, of course.
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CLEAR1A* klar
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CLOSE-BY1B* nah
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APARTMENT5 wohnung
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TO-NEED1 brauch
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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TO-TEACH1 unterricht
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It wouldn’t be possible to drive long distance.
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FAR1 weit
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IMPOSSIBLE1* unmöglich
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Who is going to pay for the train so everyone can gather?
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MONEY1A^ wer
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WHO3
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TO-PAY8 bezahlt
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TRAIN1A* zug
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*
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You cannot finance that.
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WAS1 wär
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TO-PAY2^* finanz{ierung}
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SOCIAL1A* sozial
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TO-PAY3^*
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IMPOSSIBLE1 unmöglich
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Teachers have to be evenly divided up to different locations. MUST1A muss
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COMPENSATION2* ausgleich
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TEACHER2* lehrer
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CITY2
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DIFFERENT1^* woanders
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LOCATION1A^*
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CITY2* stadt
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LOCATION1A^*
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MUST1A muss
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Otherwise, it would be too far away.
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FAR1* zu weit
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I don’t think there is one central meeting point.
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MIDDLE2B* mitte
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THERE-IS3* gibt nicht
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$ORAL^ glaub nicht
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Asks what A thinks.
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Concerning the joint classes?
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TOGETHER1A* zusammen
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Asks what the situation with a common sign language in Europe could look like and if everyone needed to gather somewhere to be taught.
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TO-TEACH1 unterricht
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People should gather.
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FOCUS2A^
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INTEGRATION1^
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I have to think about that.
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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How about a university, the University of Europe?
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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EUROPE1 europa
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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Like this one university that’s supposed to be in south Germany near Bad-Kreuznach.
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ONLY2A nur
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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UNIVERSITY2 universi{tät}
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SHALL1 soll
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GERMAN1 deutsch{land}
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TO-BATH1B bad kreuznach
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CROSS2A*
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CLOSE-BY1^*
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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The EUD can start new research itself.
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CAN2B kann
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$ALPHA1:E-#-D e-u-d
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SELF1A* selbst
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CAN2B kann
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RESEARCH1A forschen
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NEW1A neu
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With building a new university you could gather researchers from all over Europe.
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THEN1A
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TO-FOUND2 gründen
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RESEARCH1A forschen
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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EUROPE1 europa
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*
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EASY1 einfach
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TO-GET1A* holen holen
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From where?
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WHERE1B*
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From England.
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ENGLAND4* england
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You can bring in everyone who knows sign language and is familiar with research and science.
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WHO6 wer
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LANGUAGE4^ gebärdensprache
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APTITUDE2*
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CAN2B kann
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A weiß
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EVERYHTING1C* alle{s}
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kennen
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RESEARCH1A forsch
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SCIENCE2 wissenschaft
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TO-GET1A* holen
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You can get them together from different countries, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Poland.
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DIFFERENT2 andere
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COUNTRY1A länder
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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TO-GET1A holen
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SWEDEN1 schweden
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TO-GET1A holen
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NORWAY1* norwegen
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TO-GET1A holen
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RUSSIA4B russland
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TO-GET1A holen
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POLAND1A po{len}
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TO-GET1A holen Asks how she suggests the communication would work.
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You can bring in all these people, and they gather here.
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TO-GET1A* holen
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TO-GET1A* holen
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TO-COME1* kommen
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Everyone learns English in advance.
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WHATEVER3* egal
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ALL2A alle
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BEFORE1D^ schon vor
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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ENGLAND4* englisch
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They learn English before coming here.
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ENGLAND3 englisch
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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BEFORE1G*
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TO-COME1* kommen
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And then/
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THEN1A dann
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Maybe they all know International Sign.
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$GEST^
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MAYBE3* vielleicht
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ALL2A alle
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CAN1 kann
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INTERNATIONAL1 international
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TO-SIGN1A*
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$GEST^
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International.
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INTERNATIONAL1 international
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You bring them in, and they can try to find words to be signed uniformly in Europe.
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TO-GET1A holen
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THEN1A
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TO-TRY2 versuchen
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WORD3* wort
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TO-PRODUCE2^ [MG]
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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EUROPE1 europa
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EQUAL8 [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A*
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I never studied at a university, so I don’t have the same experiences as you do.
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kennen
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NOT3A nicht
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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EXPERIENCE1A* erlebt
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kennen
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C* erfahrung
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^ kenn Asks if there is one sign language that is spoken more widely than others. Gives the example of ASL.
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NOT3B* nicht
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Yes, ASL is used most widely; I think so, too.
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MOST1A meist
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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In many countries.
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Mainly ASL.
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$ALPHA1:#-#-L a-s-l
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The similarities between International Sign and ASL are striking.
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ASL1* a
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INTERNATIONAL1 international
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MOST1A meist
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FOR1 für
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TO-STRIKE1A auffallen
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INTERNATIONAL1 international
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MOST1A meist Asks what the signs look like.
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EQUAL1A* gleich
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TO-STRIKE1A
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For example MY NAME, MY AGE, MY HOUSE and MY LIFE/
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EXAMPLE1* zum beispiel
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EXAMPLE1*
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TO-BELONG1^ my
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NAME-INTS1 name
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TO-BELONG1^ my
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OLD5A alter
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ETHICS1A^ age
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HOUSE1A^ house
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HOUSE1A wohnung
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TO-LIVE1D^ life
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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Wow, you have plenty of experience.
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ALREADY1A schon
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TO-SPEAK2^* erfahrung
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VERY6 [LM:boah]
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YOU1^*
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I haven’t experienced a lot of that.
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NEVER-BEFORE1* noch nie
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EXPERIENCE1A* erleben
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LITTLE-BIT4 wenig
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I’ve visited Switzerland, and that’s it.
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SWITZERLAND1A schweiz
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I didn't know you had that many experiences already. ALREADY1A schon
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TO-SPEAK2^* erfahrung
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VERY6 [MG]
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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In the past, though.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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I had learned several signs through “camfrog“, and that’s how I got interested in it, but I don’t really use it anymore.
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REASON4B*
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THEREFORE1* darum
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INTEREST1A* [MG]
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TO-SIGN1A [MG]
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NOW3* jetzt
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SILENT3 still
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I don't have many experiences, yet.
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I2^* nicht
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$GEST^ viel
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Asks if the common sign language should be BSL, because the hearing chose Oxford English as the standard variety or if it rather should be ASL, because BSL is not used as much.
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Yes, English.
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ENGLAND4* englisch
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You can also use SL/ no BSL in a scientific context.
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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CAN2B kann
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ALSO1A auch
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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ATTENTION1A^*
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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RESEARCH1A*
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THEN1A dann
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You can add new signs or change them.
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THEN1A dann
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SELF1A selbst
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TO-PRODUCE2^* [MG]
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IN-ADDITION1
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BIT2A bi{sschen}
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TO-CHANGE1B um
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You can add new words for the European Sign Language, and call it — let’s say — EUG.
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NEW1A neu
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WORD1 wort
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EUROPE1 europa
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SIGN-LANGUAGE1B gebärdensprache
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BALLOCKS1^
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$ALPHA1:E-U-G e-u-g
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I don't know the word BSL.
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A* kenn EUS.
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NOT3A nicht
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A* kenn
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NOT3A nicht
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Like DGS in Germany, you use BSL in England, and ASL in the U.S.
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LIKE3A*
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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SOMETIME1^
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EUD. Tosses in the abbreviation EUSL.
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$ALPHA1:#-#-# e-u-{d}
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That would be new.
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NEW1A neu
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ESL, why not?
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$ALPHA1:E-S-L e-s-l
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WHY1 warum
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NOT3A nicht
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$ALPHA1:E-S e-s
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Without the U.
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OFF2^* weg
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Of course.
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CLEAR1A* klar
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ESL would be new.
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$ALPHA1:E-S-L e-s-l
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NEW1A neu
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Or better not, it looks like “E-S-E-L“ [donkey] then.
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DONKEY1 esel
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LIKE4A* wie
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TO-STRIKE1A auffallen
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DONKEY1 esel
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You have experiences in this area, and could use it, because you are in practice.
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A* kennen
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6A* erfahrung
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GOOD1* gut
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YOU1*
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TO-SIGN1A* gebärden
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ENOUGH2 genug
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I’ll just watch you.
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TO-LOOK1* schau
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But I am personally not in favor of it.
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BUT1* aber
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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I1 ich
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SELF1A selbst
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NOT3A nicht
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FOR1 dafür
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It would be better to visit interesting countries to see the different words and signs there.
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BETTER1* besser
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DIFFERENT2* andere
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COUNTRY1A länder
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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WEIRD1*
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TO-SIGN1A*
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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DIFFERENT1 anderes
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WORD1 wort
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INTEREST1A interesse
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That's fun, and I think it’s not too bad of an idea.
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FUNNY1* lustig
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BAD-OR-STALE1* schlecht
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I think you’re right, it would be better.
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For example/
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EXAMPLE1* [MG]
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TO-THINK1B
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TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1* hast du recht
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TO-THINK1B [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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BETTER1* besser
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It would be kind of boring to have one common sign language in Europe, you have a point there.
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EUROPE1* europa
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EQUAL1A^*
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BOREDOM1 langweilig
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TO-THINK1B
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt See, diversity is interesting.
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$GEST^
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DIFFERENT2* anders
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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It's interesting to sign in the countries that you are visiting.
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1^*
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INTEREST1A*
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Signing is different there.
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NOT3A nicht schlecht
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Why don’t Americans come here?
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$ORAL^ warum
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DIFFERENT2* ander
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AMERICA1 amerika
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TO-COME1^*
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I have never ever seen an American coming to Germany.
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GERMAN1 deutschland
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 nicht einmal
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TO-SEE1 gesehen
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AMERICA1 amerika
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TO-COME1^*
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Not even once. Why is that?
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I2 Me neither.
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YOU1*
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JOURNEY3*
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I1 i{ch} au{ch} ni{cht}
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 nicht einmal
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$GEST^
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WHY1 warum
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Americans can come here, you know.
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AMERICA1 amerika
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TO-COME1* [MG]
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BEEN2* gewesen
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GERMAN1 deutschland
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AREA1A^
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But they just don’t. TO-MAKE1 macht
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NOT3A nicht
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$GEST^
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$INDEX2 amerika{ner}
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Says that some do come here, but you miss them, and that they come when they read about a presentation in the paper, for example.
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Why? $ORAL^ warum
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Don’t they have enough money?
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MONEY1A nicht
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ENOUGH1 genug
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MONEY1A
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1
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I haven’t seen that happening once.
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TO-SEE1 sehen
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 nicht einmal
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Or/
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OR4B* od{er}
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Possibly, Americans rather go to Berlin, the capital.
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POSSIBLE2 möglich
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AMERICA1* amerika
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MOST1A meist
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BERLIN1A berlin
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$MORPH-MAIN1B hauptstadt
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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Or to Munich or Hamburg.
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MOST1A meist
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That too.
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$GEST^
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They go to the Oktoberfest then to drink beer.
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OCTOBER2B* oktoberfest
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BEER3 bier bier
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EXACTLY-THAT1 [MG]
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Do you know a little ASL? No? No.
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No.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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Do you know/
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The American sign for KUCHEN [cake] is something like this. That's all I know.
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AMERICA1 amerika
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ONLY2B nur
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CAKE9 kuchen
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CAKE10 kuchen
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NOT3B* mehr nicht
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CAKE10 kuchen
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MAIN1A^ einmal
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NO3B^*
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This is how you sign KUCHEN [cake], isn’t it?
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CAKE9 kuchen Says there are many videos about ASL on YouTube. You can see the signs there, and you can understand some of them.
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CAKE10 kuchen
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So you love cake.
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CAKE9 kuchen
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LOVE1A
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CAKE9* kuchen
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I think I’ve seen that before, but I didn’t get it then. Yes.
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I1 ich habe
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TO-SEE1
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YES2
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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NOT3A
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TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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Right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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And you used this sign for ALT [old], didn’t you?
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TO-SIGN1A*
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OLD1 alt
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1* benutzen
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OLD1 alt
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OLD5A alt
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$GEST^ In Spain, you sign it like this.
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YOU1*
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SPAIN1A spanien
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OLD1 alt
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And in Italy, too.
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ITALY1* italien
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ALSO1A auch
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OLD1 alt
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OLD1 old
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Asks A if she can picture herself going to a university like in Bad Kreuznach.
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I personally believe it should be in England.
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SELF1A* selbst
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TO-BELIEVE2B glaub
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ENGLAND4 england
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Because a Swede, for example, would have to learn German if he came here.
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REASON4B* grund
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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DIFFERENT2* andere
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COUNTRY1A länder
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SWEDEN1 schweden
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-SEPARATE1B^ ext{ra}
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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$GEST^
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That is total nonsense.
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RUBBISH1 schmarrn
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It should rather be in England, because you learn English as a second language at school.
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RATHER1 lieber
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ENGLAND4 england
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ALREADY1A schon
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BEFORE1B vor
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SCHOOL1A schule
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TO-GROW-UP1A*
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:2 zweitsprache
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ENGLAND4 englisch
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Everyone knows it already.
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ALREADY1B schon
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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ALL2A* alle
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It's obligatory to learn English in Europe.
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DUTY5 pflicht
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EUROPE1 europa
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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ALREADY1B schon
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That's why I think it should rather be in England to ensure the same conditions for everyone.
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RATHER1* lieber
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ENGLAND4 england
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ALL2A* alle
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EQUAL1A gleich
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The same applies for the U.S.
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SAME2A* selbe
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AMERICA1* amerika
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TO-LINK1A^
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But England would be better.
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ENGLAND4 england
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BETTER1* besser
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There is the University of Oxford in England which would be the better uni.
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ENGLAND4||$INDEX1 england
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||EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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$ALPHA1:O-X-F-O-R-D oxford
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BETTER1 besser
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UNIVERSITY1* uni
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Mainly, it’d be better than a university in Germany.
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BEST1*||$INDEX1 beste
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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HERE1
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I ask myself, why Germany?
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TO-WONDER1*
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WHY1 warum
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$GEST^
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I’m not really in favor.
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SELF1A* selbst
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NOT3A nicht
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FOR1 dafür
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$GEST^
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It's nice that there’s supposed to be a university for deaf people.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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NEW1A neu
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TO-FOUND2 gründen
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FOR1 für
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A gehörlose
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BEAUTIFUL1A schon
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YES1A ja
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But there’s a language problem.
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BUT1* aber
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LANGUAGE1* sprachproblem
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$GEST^
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If they want to bring everyone together, maybe only the Germans will come here.
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*
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ONLY2B nur
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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END1^ [MG]
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Will people from different countries come as well?
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IF1 ob
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DIFFERENT2* anders
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COUNTRY1A land
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TO-COME1* kommen
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I don't know.
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$GEST-SCEPTICAL1^* [MG]
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Swiss and Austrian people could go to this university for their studies.
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SWITZERLAND1A* schweiz
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AUSTRIA1 österreich
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CAN2A* kann
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TO-COME1* kommen
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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TO-STUDY1 studieren
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CAN2A* kann
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Yes, that would be possible.
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YES1A ja
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But would people from other countries be able to come and study here?
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BUT1* aber
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DIFFERENT2 andere
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COUNTRY1A länder
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CAN1 kann
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I don't know; it would be hard for them.
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DIFFICULT1 schwer
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I think it’d be complicated.
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IMAGINATION1A* vorstellen
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DIFFERENCE3^* schwer
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It would be complicated for me.
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FOR1 für m{ich}
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DIFFICULT1 schwierig
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YES1A
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If they were to be successful, good for them.
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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SUCCESS1^ [MG]
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TO-ACCOMPLISH1B schaffen
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GOOD1
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But I do think England would be the better choice.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^ [MG]
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BETTER1 besser
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ENGLAND4 england
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Oxford — that’s better.
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Notes people speak BSL there.
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$ALPHA1:O oxf{ord}
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Yes, for example.
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$GEST^
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Asks if they wouldn’t prefer some place more central, London or Oxford/
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In Oxford/
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$ALPHA1:O-X oxford ox
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I don't know the sign for it.
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TO-SIGN1A* [MG]
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How do you sign it?
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TO-SIGN1A
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Searches for the finger spelling in BSL.
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BSL.
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$ALPHA-BSL* b-s-l
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$ALPHA-BSL^*
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No.
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NO2A nein
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B, G/
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$ALPHA2:B g
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$ALPHA1:G g
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That's the B, I know that one.
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$ALPHA-BSL* b
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$ALPHA-BSL* b-b
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$ALPHA1:B b
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A weiß
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The B, the A, and the B.
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$ALPHA2:B b
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$ALPHA2:A a
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$ALPHA2:B b
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This A, and this B/
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$ALPHA2:A a
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$ALPHA2:B b
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That's the C, though.
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$ALPHA1:C c
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A, A, B, C, D/
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$ALPHA1:C_2* c-c
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$ALPHA2:A a
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Hearing people often use this C.
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HEARING1A* hörend
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$ORAL^ meist{ens}
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$ALPHA1:C_2 c
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The D.
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$ALPHA2:D d
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The A/
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$ALPHA2:B b $ALPHA2:A* a
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Ah no.
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WRONG1 falsch
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A, B, C, D, E, F, H, I, J, K, L, M, N/ F.
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$ALPHA2:A a
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$ALPHA2:B b
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$GEST^
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||$ALPHA1:C c
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$PROD* f
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$ALPHA2:D d
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$ALPHA2:E* e
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$PROD* f
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G, H.
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$ALPHA2:G g
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$ALPHA2:H h
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$ALPHA1:I i
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J-$CANDIDATE-GOE18 j $ALPHA2:H h
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How do you sign the S?
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$ALPHA2:K
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$ALPHA1:S s
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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$ALPHA1:S s
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$ALPHA2:M m
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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$ALPHA2:N n
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$ALPHA1:S s
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Hold on, I have to think about it.
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TO-WAIT3* warte
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TO-PONDER1 überlege
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$GEST^
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A, B, C, D, E, F, H, I, J/
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$ALPHA2:A a
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$ALPHA2:B* b
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||$ALPHA1:C_2 c
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$ALPHA2:D d
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$ALPHA2:E e
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$PROD* f
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$ALPHA2:H h
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$ALPHA1:I i
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J-$CANDIDATE-GOE18 j
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You forgot the G.
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$ALPHA1:G g
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TO-FORGET1 vergessen
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YOU1*
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The G?
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$ALPHA1:G g
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This is the G.
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$ALPHA2:G* g
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$ALPHA2:G* g
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$ALPHA2:G* g
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And this the H.
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$ALPHA2:H
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And this the I.
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$ALPHA1:I i
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That’s how you do the J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, /
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J-$CANDIDATE-GOE18 j
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$ALPHA2:K k
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$ALPHA2:M m
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$ALPHA2:N n
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$ALPHA1:O o
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$ALPHA2:P p
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$ALPHA2:Q q
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R-$CANDIDATE-GOE19 r
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$ALPHA1:R r
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R-$CANDIDATE-GOE19 r
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$ALPHA2:X
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How about the X. Like this? I don’t know.
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$ALPHA1:X*
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$GEST^ [MG]
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$ALPHA2:X x
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$ALPHA1:X
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T, yes this is the T.
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$ALPHA1:T t
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This is the T.
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$ALPHA2:T* t
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$ALPHA2:T
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$ALPHA2:T* t
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Y and W are signed like this, and that’s all I know.
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$ALPHA1:Y
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$ALPHA2:W w
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$GEST^ [MG]
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DONT-KNOW2*
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Asks about the informants’ opinions about CI and sign language.
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Projects like this here, for example, ensure DGS [German Sign Language] to remain forever.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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$INDEX1
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TO-FOUND2 gründen
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PROCEEDING1^*
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DGS1 d-g-s
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TO-STAY1 bleibt
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FOR1 für
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ALWAYS4B* immer
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Maybe less people use it, but it will remain forever, the DGS.
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MAYBE3* vielleicht
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TO-DECREASE-STH1B^ [MG]
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$ORAL^ aber
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TO-STAY3 bleibt
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ALWAYS4A* für immer
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DGS1 d-g-s
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TO-STAY3 bleibt
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FOR1 für
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ALWAYS4B* immer
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It will never die out, you’ll see.
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THROUGH1A durch
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DISSOLUTION1A^ aussterben
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TO-BECOME1* werden
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NEVER2A niemals
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$INDEX-ORAL1
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I don't want it to die out; it would be a shame.
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ATTENTION1A^*
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TO-LIKE4 möchte
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NOT3A nicht
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I1
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GONE-TO-VANISH1 weg
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TOO-BAD1 schade
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I don't think it will.
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NOT3A* glaube nicht
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It will remain.
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TO-STAY3* bleibt
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Asks if the CI still helps without sign language.
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It doesn’t have anything to do with help.
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HAVING-TO-DO-WITH-STH1* nichts zu tun
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CI1*
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TO-HELP1* helfen
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HAVING-TO-DO-WITH-STH1* nichts zu tun
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No, not on its own. $GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ nein
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Asks if the CI itself is enough of a help.
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SELF1A* von selbst
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Do you mean the CI without any sign language?
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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OPINION1B mein
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^* du
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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CI1 c-i
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WITHOUT1 ohne
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SIGN-LANGUAGE1B gebärdensprache
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WITHOUT1 ohne
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It doesn't help.
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TO-HELP1* hilft
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NOT3A* nicht
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That's what I’m talking about.
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$GEST^ eben
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You need sign language.
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TO-NEED1 brauch
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WITH1A mit
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TO-NEED1 brauch
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WITH1A mit
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TO-NEED1 brauch
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I personally don’t want to have a CI.
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$ORAL^ aber aber
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I2 ich
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SELF1A selbst
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CI1 c-i
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TO-WANT2* will
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NONE1 nicht
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I2
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People should stay natural.
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SELF1A* selbst
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NATURE6B natur
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TO-BELONG1^
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When you’re grown up, you regret it, of course, and want the CI to be extirpated.
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CLEAR1B* klar
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TALL5B groß
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TO-THINK1B [MG]
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TO-BE-SORRY-FOR1^ [MG]
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TO-WANT7 will
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CI1 [MG]
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OUT1*
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Most people don’t want to have a CI. Me neither.
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MOST1B* meist
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ALL2B
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VOICE1* stimme
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TO-WANT2* will
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NOT3A nicht
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I2
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I think it’s better to grow up naturally and decide as an adult whether you want a CI or not.
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SELF1A*
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NATURE6B* natur
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UNTIL1* bis
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TALL5B groß
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SELF1A* selbst
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TO-DECIDE1A entscheiden
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CI1 c-i
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TO-TAKE1A* nehmen
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NOT3A nicht
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But I know you can hear better when getting a CI early. $ORAL^ aber
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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BEFORE1B vor
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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SMALL3 klein
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CAN2A* kann
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PERCEPTION1^*
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You/
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That way you can get used to hearing.
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YOU1*
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EAR1^
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HABIT1* gewohnt
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PERCEPTION1^*
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That's true.
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Your opinion on it can change severely once you’re grown up.
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TALL5B groß RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimm
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BRAIN1A^*
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TO-BE-RUNNING-ON-EMPTY1^* [MG]
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LIKE3A* wie
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I think so, too.
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AGAINST5A^ [MG]
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TO-BELIEVE2B* glaub
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ALSO1A au{ch}
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If small children have trouble hearing, their minds still have a huge capacity to absorb, so they acquire things fast, and learn easily.
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That's true.
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ALSO1A auch
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$GEST^
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HEARING1A* hörend
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BAD-OR-STALE2 [MG]
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SMALL3 klein
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TO-PRACTICE1* übe
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FRESH1 frisch
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HEAD1A kopf
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FRESH1 frisch
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PERCEPTION1^*
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FAST3A schnell
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TO-LEARN1* lernen
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GOOD1 gut
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$GEST^
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If children want to have a CI, that’s fine.
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IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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CHILD2* kinder
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TO-WANT2 will
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CI1* c-i
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OKAY1* okay
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Right.
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But they do have to learn sign language also.
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TO-GROW-UP1A
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$GEST^
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BUT1* aber
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MUST1A muss
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FOR1^ dabei
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WITH1A
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LANGUAGE4B gebärden{sprache}
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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Most doctors claim children should speak consistently and shouldn’t be allowed to sign at all. MOST1A* mei{st}
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PHYSICIAN1* arzt
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$INDEX1*
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NOT3A* nicht
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TO-SIGN1D* gebärden
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ALLOWED1 darf
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MUST1A muss
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ONLY2B nur
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TO-SPEAK3 [MG]
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THROUGH1B durch
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It's nonsense.
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I1
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ONLY2B schmarrn
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RUBBISH1
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They should be taught sign language.
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WITH1A mit
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SIGN-LANGUAGE1B gebärdensprach
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TO-TEACH1 unterricht
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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That way they could learn both, how to speak and how to sign.
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THEN1A* dann
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PARALLEL2 parallel
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BOTH2A beides
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TO-SPEAK3 [MG]
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AND2A und
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TO-SIGN1A* gebärden
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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For example, the word “earthquake“.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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TO-SIGN1A* gebärden
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WORD3 wort
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EARTHQUAKE1 erdbeben
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They know all the words then and learn faster while reading.
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WORD3* wort wort
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* weiß
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EVERYHTING1B alle
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WORD3 wort
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THEN1A dann
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TO-READ-BOOK1D lesen
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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FAST3A schnell
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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They will learn how to sign the words faster.
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TO-SIGN1A* gebärden
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WORD3 wort
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Do you think more and more people get implanted with a CI and DGS will vanish?
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FAST3A schnell
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TO-BELIEVE2A glaubst
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YOU1* du
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TO-LEARN1 lernen
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CI1 [MG]
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That would be a good way.
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MORE3 mehr mehr mehr RIGHT-OR-AGREED2 stimmt
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PROCEEDING1^*
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DGS1 d-g-s
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr
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Do you think so?
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TO-BELIEVE2B glaubst
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YOU1* du
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True, there are more and more CIs, but I don’t think DGS will vanish.
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CI1 c-i
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MORE3* mehr
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YES1A ja
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DGS1 d-g-s
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr
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I2
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TO-BELIEVE2B* glaub
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NOT3A nicht
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I hope it will still be there in the future.
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TO-HOPE1A* hoffe
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TO-STAY3 bleibt
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FUTURE1B zukunft
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TO-HOPE1A* hoffe
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TO-STAY3 bleibt
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But there really are more and more CIs at the moment, don’t you think?
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$ORAL^ aber
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HERE1 hier
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TO-INCREASE-OR-TO-GAIN-WEIGHT3^* moment Asks if there’s a 100 percent chance for the CI to be successful.
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MOMENT1 moment
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Most implanted people have headaches afterwards.
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MOST1A meist
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CI1* c-i
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THEN1A da
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PERSON1^
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MOST1A meist
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HEAD1B* kopfschmerzen
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PAIN3*
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$GEST^
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Sometimes, hearing doesn’t really work.
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TO-HEAR1* hören
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SOMETIMES2* manchmal
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IT-WORKS-OUT1* klappt
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NOT3A ni{cht}
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GOOD1 gut
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TO-HEAR1* hören
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$GEST^
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You're not allowed to fly.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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NONE8^* [MG] dürfen
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NOT3A nicht
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AIRPLANE2C fliegen
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$GEST^
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AIRPLANE2C
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AIRPLANE1*
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AIRPLANE2C flughafen
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You're not allowed to walk through the metal detector, because you get problems with your CI.
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UNION2A^* magnet
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FRAME1A^*
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Says that it is not as bad anymore.
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TO-GO1A*
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NOT3A* darf
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$INDEX1*
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AGAINST5A^ [MG]
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Ah okay, the situation has improved.
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$GEST^
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BETTER1 besser
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If a person with a CI wants to fly somewhere, they can move to the front of the queue to be scanned by hand with a metal detecting device, before they get to leave the security check.
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SPECIAL1* spezial
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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TO-COME3 komm
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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$INDEX1*
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TO-OVERTAKE1^*
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ONLY2A nur
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$PROD*
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DONE1A
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Also you’re not allowed to swim deep under water.
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TO-OVERTAKE1^*
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ALSO3A auch
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TO-SWIM1 schwimmen
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DEEP1 tief
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ALSO3A auch
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ALLOWED1* darf
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NOT3A nicht
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No, you‘re not allowed to do so. $ORAL^ darf nicht
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$GEST^
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It is also not permitted to go skydiving.
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TO-JUMP1^* auch
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Otherwise you will get physical problems.
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MUCH-OR-MANY5* viele
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^* fallschirmspringen
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TO-COMPLAIN4 beschwerden
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TO-JUMP1^
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PROHIBITED1 verboten
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You're not allowed to go skydiving.
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TO-JUMP1^ fallschirmspringen
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PARACHUTE1*
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NOT-ALLOWED3 darf nicht
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Because of the pressure on the implant.
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$INDEX1
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Says he likes skydiving.
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REASON4B* grund
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$INDEX1* druck
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I would like to do it one day.
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I2
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TO-WANT5* will
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Have you done it before? $INDEX1
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BEEN1 gewesen
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Have you ever gone skydiving?
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YOU1*
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BEEN1 gewe{sen}
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TO-JUMP1^ fallschirmspringen
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BEEN1 gewesen
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Says he would like to do it.
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YOU1*
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I would really like to do it.
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I1* ich auch ich auch
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GLADLY1 gern
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ONCE1 einmal
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I have never done it, but I’d like to. I1
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NONE7 [MG]
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IN-FRONT1^* [MG]
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TO-WANT5* will
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ONCE1 einmal
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Can you do it? My brother has done it once before.
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TO-ACCOMPLISH1A||$INDEX1 schaffen
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PROFESSIONAL1A pro{fi}
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I2 mein
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BROTHER1A* bruder
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BEEN1 gewesen
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EXPERIENCE1A* erlebt
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TO-JUMP1* spring
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How nice.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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In northern Schleswig.
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NORTH1B nordschleswig
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SCHLESWIG1
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$INDEX1
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Do you want to?
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NORTH1A nordschleswig YOU1
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SCHLESWIG1
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TO-WANT2 will
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My brother/
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I1 mein YOU1*
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BROTHER1A* bruder
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I did want to, but I couldn’t.
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I2 ich woll
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CAN1* [MG]
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My brother says it feels great to have the face get all twisted by the wind.
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I would like to do it.
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BROTHER1A* bruder
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I2
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SUPER2
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TO-WANT5 will
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$PROD* [MG]
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FEELING3 gefühl
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FEELING2A*
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VERY6*
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To open the arms.
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You cannot open your mouth, though, it has to stay closed. $PROD*
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BIT2A bisschen
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OPEN-MOUTH1* [MG]
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I’d be afraid I’d pee my pants.
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OPEN-MOUTH1 [MG] I2
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DONT-FEEL-LIKE-IT1* [MG]
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TO-SPREAD1A^* [MG]
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ALLOWED2A* darf
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NOT3A nicht
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MOUTH2*
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FEAR1
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CLOSE-MOUTH1
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You will wear a head camera.
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WITH1A mit
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DONT-FEEL-LIKE-IT1*
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TO-SPREAD1A^* [MG]
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$PROD* kamera
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$PROD*
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If you let go of everything, you don’t realize you’re peeing your pants.
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WITH1A* FEELING4A {ge}fühl
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TO-THROW1^* [MG]
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TO-NOTICE2* merk
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TO-THROW1^* [MG]
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NOT3B
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You will wear a camera on your head.
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$PROD* kamera
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$PROD* an
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You can bite the camera release that is in front of your mouth to take a picture.
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WITH1A mit
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$PROD*
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PHOTO3 foto
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Eating the release, oh no, look/
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$PROD* [MG] $PROD* [MG]
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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PHOTO3 foto
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You are flying and releasing the camera.
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$PROD*
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ALL1A^
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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I thought it was like they showed in “Upps“ [TV show showing mishaps in home videos], do you know it?
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$PROD*
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I1
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^
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TO-FORGET1* nicht vergessen
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$ALPHA1:U-PP-S upps
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A
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$ALPHA1:U-PP-S
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A grandma lost her dentures while skydiving.
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GOOD1*
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GRANDMA1C oma
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$GEST^
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$PROD*
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Yes, that was hilarious.
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YES2
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RATHER1 lieber
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JOKE1* witz
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$GEST^
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I loved it.
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RATHER1 lieber
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$GEST^
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They just fell out of her mouth, hilarious.
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$PROD* [MG]
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$PROD* [MG]
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FUNNY1*
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Asks whether they think a person would go on using sign language if the CI doesn’t work.
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The thing with the helmet camera is interesting/
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INTEREST1B
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CAMERA1^* helm
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Right.
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$GEST^
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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ALSO1A auch
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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ALSO1A auch
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That's right.
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$ORAL^ aber
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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It's bad to have the CI removed, and it doesn’t look good, either.
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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CI1^
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TO-THROW1^ wegschmeißen
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$INDEX1*
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NOT3A* nicht
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BEAUTIFUL1A hübsch
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$INDEX2
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The surgery was for nothing then.
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FOR-NOTHING2* umsonst
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There’s the possibility of damages caused by the surgery.
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And you don’t know if it will work.
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OPERATION1B o-p
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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You can suffer from constant headaches after the implantation.
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$GEST^
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OPERATION1B* oper{ation}
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IN-ADDITION1^*
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DUMB1B^
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HEAD1A kopfschmerz
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PAIN3
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FOR1 für
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ALWAYS1C immer
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$GEST^
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And if you’re not able to speak then what is the CI good for?
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AND2A und
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LANGUAGE3^* [MG]
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CAN1* kann nicht
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CI2*
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FOR-WHAT3* wofür
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HEARING1B* hören
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FOR-WHAT3* vorstellen
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I2
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TO-NOTICE2 merk
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FOR-WHAT3* wofür
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$GEST^
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Your head is scarred then, too.
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SCAR1A narbe
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TO-LET2A^* [MG]
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You can get it removed, but it is risky. CAN1 kann
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TO-DROP-OR-TO-GIVE-UP8* ab
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YES1A ja
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BUT1* aber
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RISK6* risiko
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TO-DROP-OR-TO-GIVE-UP8* ab
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There's kind of a dent then.
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BIT2A* bisschen
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$PROD* schief
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BIT2A bisschen
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$PROD* schief
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Some sort of hole.
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$ORAL^ wie
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$PROD* loch
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HOLE1A*
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1
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Sure, you need space for the implant, it’s somehow connected to the skull/
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REASON4B* grund
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CLEAR1A* klar
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GYMNASTICS1^ kein platz
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$PROD*
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$PROD*
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How do I sign this now?
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I2
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TO-SIGN1A*
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The CI is fixed to the skull.
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$PROD*
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That's why you have a hole there.
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$PROD*
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THEREFORE1 darum
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TO-MEMORISE1 merk
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$PROD* loch
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The implant can be placed a little obliquely.
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OR1* oder
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BIT2A bisschen
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ASKEW1* schief
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CAN2A* kann
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ASKEW1 schief
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PARALLEL1A^*
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The head is an important part of the body.
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HEAD1A kopf
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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HEAD1B kopf
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BODY1* körper
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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That's why it is bad if the implant is placed a little obliquely.
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HEAD1B kopf
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THUS1*
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BIT2A bisschen
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ASKEW1 schief
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$GEST^
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Asks if the informants ever experienced how the CI didn’t work for a deaf person.
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Yes, that was the case with a girlfriend of mine, but we are not friends anymore.
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I2* ich
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ALREADY1A schon
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EXPERIENCE1A* erlebt
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MAIN1B^ beste
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FRIEND7* freund{in}
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LIFE-PARTNER1^
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr
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$INDEX1
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She thought about getting a new surgery for ten years.
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PERSON1^
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PERSON1^*
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I2
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TO-WANT7* will
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YEAR1A* zehn jahre
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LATER4 später
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OPERATION1B* o-p
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You get a new CI after ten years, don’t you?
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YEAR1A* zehn jahre
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MUST1A muss
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NEW4B neu
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CI2
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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After ten years, I don’t really remember.
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YEAR1A* zehn jahre
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TO-FORGET1 vergessen
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She didn't want to have it anymore.
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MUST1A muss
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TO-WANT7 will
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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OFF1A ab
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It bothered her, so she didn’t use it often. $INDEX1 wie
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DISRUPTION1A stört
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HARDLY1 kaum
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1* benutzen
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CI2
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RARELY2 selten
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1* benutzen
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Why did she need one at all?
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FOR-WHAT1 wofür
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$INDEX2
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$GEST^
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It was a struggle with his parents, though; they complained.
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PARENTS1A eltern
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TROUBLE2 [MG]
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ON-PERSON1*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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TO-COMPLAIN4* beschweren
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That's my experience.
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TO-SEE1
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$GEST^
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She doesn’t like it.
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Asks if she still has the CI.
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TO-LIKE4 mag
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NOT3A
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$GEST^ wie
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SICK1^*
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Yes, she still has it.
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$INDEX1
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HEARING1B* hörend
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TO-STAY1* bleibt
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I’m not quite sure what to think about the surgery.
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I2
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OPERATION1B* o-p
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DOUBT3 [MG]
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$GEST^
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Does it have to be removed after ten years?
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MUST1A muss
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YEAR1A* zehn jahre
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$INDEX1
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MUST1A muss
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OFF1A ab
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I don't know.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* weiß
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I1
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Many people say it has to be removed.
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NOT3B*
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Do you have to get a new one? $GEST^
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MOST1A meist{ens}
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ALL2A
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NEW4B neu
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TO-SAY2*
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MUST1A mu{ss}
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OFF1A* ab
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But I know a person who has had the same CI for 16 years now.
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BUT1* aber
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I2
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kennen
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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PERSON1^
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ALREADY1A* schon
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$NUM-TEEN1:6d sechzehn
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YEAR1C* jahre
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TO-LET2A^* [MG]
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$INDEX2
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She’s been wearing it continuously for 16 years now.
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HOW-QUESTION1* wie
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$NUM-TEEN1:6d sechzehn
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YEAR1C* jahre
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ALREADY1A schon
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$INDEX2
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Alright.
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GOOD1* [MG]
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Anyhow.
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WHATEVER3* Asks if everything went fine with her.
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Yes, but she doesn’t really use it that much.
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$GEST^
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MEASURE-VERTICAL2A^* [MG]
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HARDLY1 kaum
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1* benutzen
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HARDLY1 kaum
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She asks herself why she has it, as well.
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$INDEX1
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TO-SAY1 sagt
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$GEST^
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FOR-WHAT1* wofür
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$GEST^
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Her parents told her she had to use it.
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TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1* benutzen
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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NAME1A^ eltern
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PARENTS1A eltern
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MUST1A^*
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She had to decide for the CI.
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MUST1A muss
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CI1*
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The parents usually decide it.
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EXAMPLE1 zum bei{spiel}
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MOST1A meist
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$INDEX1
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PARENTS1A eltern
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MUST1A^
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$GEST^
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My parents wanted it, too.
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PARENTS1A eltern
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USUALLY1* normalerweise
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CI1
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TO-WISH1B wünsch
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I/
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I2
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Wait a minute, it all started in Hamburg.
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USUALLY1*
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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HAMBURG2 hamburg
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$INDEX1
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They wanted/
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TO-WISH1B* wünsch
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CI1*
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The doctor recommended the CI.
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PHYSICIAN1 arzt
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TO-RECOMMEND1C* empfehlen
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$INDEX1
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CI1 c-i
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My mother refused.
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MOTHER1* mutter
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TO-ACCEPT1* akzep{tiert}
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NOT3A* nicht
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She thought I should decide for myself as soon as I was old enough.
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SELF1A*
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TO-DECIDE1A entscheiden
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TALL5B groß
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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TO-SAY1 sagen
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Later on, she asked me whether I wanted a CI.
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SOMETIME1^ groß
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SELF1A*
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CI1
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MUM11* mama
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QUESTION1* fragen
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WITH1A*
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CI1
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TO-LIKE4*
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I asked what that was. WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was ist das
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She said that I would be able to hear with it.
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I2
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CI1
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CAN2A kann
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PERCEPTION1
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TO-HEAR1 hören
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I wouldn’t have to wear my hearing aid any longer, only the CI.
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HEARING-AID2
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TO-NEED1* brauch nicht
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CI1
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TO-PUT-IN3^
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DONE2 fertig
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I gave her a skeptical look and said I didn’t want that.
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT2*
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TO-LIKE4 mag
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NOT3A
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It was okay for my mother.
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MOTHER1* mu{tter}
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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I was really lucky.
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I2
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LUCK2 glück
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I2
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WEIRD1 [MG]
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LUCK2 glück
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I am happy with the way things are.
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I2
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Right, I was supposed to get one, as well.
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SELF1A
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SATISFIED2A zufrieden I1
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USUAL1 normal
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SELF1A
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CI1 c-i
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ALSO1A auch
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When the MHH [Hanover Medical School] gave us information about the CI, my grandma said I should get one.
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I1
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$ALPHA1:M m-h-h
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$ALPHA1:H*
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TO-COME1* komm
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SUDDENLY4* [MG]
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TO-SWARM1^*
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SUDDENLY4*
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MY1
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GRANDMA1C oma
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TO-SAY1* sagt
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YES1A ja
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TO-WANT2 will
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CI1^
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My mother heard about it and strongly opposed.
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MY1* mein
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MUM11* mama
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TO-LEARN-STH1A erfah{ren}
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MOTHER1* mutter
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NO6 nein
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TO-REJECT2 ab
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NO6 nein
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NO3B^*
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She thought I should decide for myself.
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BETTER2* besser
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SELF1A selber
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TO-DECIDE1A* entscheiden
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TO-LET1^
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When I was old enough, I decided I didn’t want a CI.
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TALL5B groß
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TO-WANT2 will
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NOT3A nicht
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I was lucky. I am grateful to my mother.
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LUCK2* glück
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TO-BELIEVE2B* glaub
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THANKS2* dankbar
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I2
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LUCK2* glück
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I2
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The MHH needs money so they tried to influence me by approaching me three times.
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$ALPHA1:M-H m-h-h
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TO-NEED1 brauch
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TO-AFFECT1* beeinflussen
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TO-NEED1 brauch
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MONEY1A* geld
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The people at the hospital had told my grandma that a CI would be beneficial.
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$NUM-TIMES1:3d dreimal $ALPHA1:M* m-h-h
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$ALPHA1:H
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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TO-TELL4* erzählen
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I2^
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GRANDMA1C oma
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YOU1*
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GOOD1 gut
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TO-HEAR1
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GOOD1* gut
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She wanted me to be hearing.
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TO-WANT5* will
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TO-HEAR1 hören
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I2
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$GEST^
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TO-WANT5* will
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My mother and her children, that is grandma’s grandchildren, are all deaf.
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EQUAL8* [MG]
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MY1 mein
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MOTHER1*||$INDEX1 mutter
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SON1 toch{ter}
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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GRANDCHILD3* enkelsohn
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SON1
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ALSO1A auch
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A taub
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My grandma felt it was exhausting and a shame, too.
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GRANDMA1C* oma
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TROUBLE1^ [MG]
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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THEREFORE1 darum
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Thank God I didn’t get the implant. I was lucky that way.
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I2
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CI1*
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I2
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NO2B
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LUCK2* glück
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TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1* gehabt
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I know a deaf guy who is somewhat older.
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I2
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kenne
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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PERSON1
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DEAF1A^
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ALREADY1B schon
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$ORAL^ bi{sschen}
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OLD5A alt
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He had a CI surgery, and removed it later.
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ATTENTION1A^*
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ALSO1A auch
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BEEN1* gewesen
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CI1* c-i
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OPERATION1B op{eration}
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THEN1A
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CI2^*
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CI-TO-GIVE-UP1 ab
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He told me the first head implant surgeries were performed around 1980.
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$INDEX1
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TO-SAY1
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TO-TELL4* erzählt
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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OLD5A alt
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$NUM-TEEN2A:9 neunzehnhundertachtzig
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$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1
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$NUM-TENS2A:8d
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BEGINNING1A an{fang}
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BETWEEN1B^ [MG]
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APPROXIMATELY2^ [MG]
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BETWEEN1B^
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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OPERATION1B* o-p
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$ALPHA1:C-I c-i
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WITH1A mit
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LIKE3B wie
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ROUGH1 grob
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$PROD*
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CI2
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$INDEX1
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CI2* [MG]
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WITH1A
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CI2* [MG]
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He said the being able to hear part didn’t work, though.
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LATER7* später
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TO-SAY1^ hören
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TO-HEAR1
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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NOT3B* nicht
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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TO-HEAR1 hören
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IT-WORKS-OUT1* klappt
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He had another surgery then.