DOI: /10.25592/dgs.corpus-3.0-type-13234

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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   He can sign, too, can't he?
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mo-t-a[MG]mannkann[MG]kann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I’m wondering why Ingo isn’t doing anything.
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mnuringo barth[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   If a German student, one that is already intelligent, is there, they wouldn’t be challenged enough.
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meindazuschon[MG]da[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   We went to the final event and the buffet was very special and a star, a magician named Falau, came.
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merstestarzaubername
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Yet, the integration office declined it and summoned an interpreter as witness.
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m[MG][MG]kneif{eld}zeugedolmetscher
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Yet, the integration office declined it and summoned an interpreter as witness.
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mzeugedolmetscher
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   If the current interpreter isn't available for, perhaps, occupational reasons or the like, the old interpreter comes back.
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m[MG]dolmetscherberufgrundoder
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   There is one interpreter; yet, she is on maternity leave right now.
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meindolmetschermutterschutz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Right now, no interpreter wants to work there. Yet, the deaf person urgently needs an interpreter.
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mjetztaktuellbeispiel[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   If I imagine him not existing or being hearing, I guess I would have learned how to sign much more slowly, because his signing certainly wouldn't have been as great.
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mhörenderz{ieher}alleinwäre
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I was given the names of two people and that one of them was yours.
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mnamedabei
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   And about two years ago it's like you vanished.
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m[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   On that day no teacher is present; we rather study independently at home or in the group.
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mnur[MG]dozentnur[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   I really appreciated having that one teacher.
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mlehrer[MG]dankbar
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   At first, other parents tried talking to us.
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melternanfang
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I am not sure, maybe, the driver was a foreigner, or he wasn't happy with his car and hoped that someone would hit his car by accident.
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m[MG]ausländerselb{st}oft[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I was so angry that the car was parked so close to the street's edge.
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m[MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   He was Diana's bodyguard.
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meinleib{wächter}diana
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I’ve been to Switzerland once or twice in my life.
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meinmalzweimalschweizgewesen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   In Hanover, I said, “Wait a minute, I know how it works; I need that interpreter.“
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mbrauchedolmetscher
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I didn't know the other one.
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mkennen nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Most implanted people have headaches afterwards.
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mmeistc-idameistkopfschmerzen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   She thought about getting a new surgery for ten years.
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mwill
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   But I know a person who has had the same CI for 16 years now.
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mkenneneinschonsechzehnjahre
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Especially my teacher.
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mbesondersmeinlehrer
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Some teachers couldn't sign at all.
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mein paarlehrerkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   She is hearing, both of her parents are deaf and they all sign with each other.
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mhörendeltern
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   The doctor, I mean the assistant would do it, but the doctor says that he doesn't have time for that.
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marzthelferarzt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   The doctor, I mean the assistant would do it, but the doctor says that he doesn't have time for that.
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mhelferarztich habe
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   If the doctors themselves could sign, that would be perfect.
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marzt{per}fekt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Hearing people are important, one needs them.
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mhörendwertvollbrauch
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   And through contact with them, one can cultivate the contact with their families.
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mkannkontakt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   The TÜV [Engl.: Association for Technical Inspection, equal to the MOT test] would have checked me – the TÜV is a little weird – discussed my hearing status, and decided that I would not receive my driver's license.
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mtüvtüv
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   The TÜV [Engl.: Association for Technical Inspection, equal to the MOT test] would have checked me – the TÜV is a little weird – discussed my hearing status, and decided that I would not receive my driver's license.
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mtüvbisschen[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Are those deaf people?
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m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They train and employ people for this job. Take H&M as an example.
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mbeispielausbilderstellenh und marbeitsstelle
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   The host has to try to ask every contestant questions.
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mmusswiederholenmoderatormusswiederholen wiederholenfrage
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   He has now switched to another club. He’s now member of #Name13.
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m[MG]jetzt[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I had thought they just came along to sign with other deaf people, to chat.
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mmehrkommgrund[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   In a way, they saw them as role models and wanted to strive to be like them.
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mvorbildwill auch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   We have one interpreter who used to work in this field and after being finished became an interpreter, he is very experienced.
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mdolmetschselbstdolm{etscher}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Even though the water was subsiding, I was still a bit nervous.
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marmewahr
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I experienced that once.
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merst{e mal}leben[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   The kids weren't able to go to school during that time.
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mkinderschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It wasn't easy to sign with Japanese people.
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mnichteinfachjapannicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   A person from the White Ring sat in the front towards the left, next to them there was, what’s that called again, the women’s representative from the police.
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mfürpolizei
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   They made a suggestion:
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   Basically, the prophet is a man with unshakable faith who knows what the future holds.
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mprophetwieeinmannglaubenfestund
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   All of a sudden, a father came up to me whose child was taking part.
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m[MG]einvaterkind
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Will there ever be a deaf person like him again?!
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mdannsoeinetypgehörloskommen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Will there ever be a deaf person like him again?!
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meinetypgehörloskommennachwie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   A little girl with glasses, did you watch that?
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mkle{in}[MG][MG]mädel
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   These kids were mainly foreigners. They are more willing to get involved with deaf kids.
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mausländerklartypischaus{land}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   The employees don't notice the pressure at work.
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mmitarbeiternurnichtgemerkt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   One has to be thankful for Mr Roßkopf's work.
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mmuss manvonrosskopfhut ab
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   After I was done with work, I met up with a friend.
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m[MG]freundin
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   At first, I thought it was just an office block. Yet, there were people working from all around the world.
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mdachbüro[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   It was pretty great for her. That's true.
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mw{ar}fürmeintochterwartollstimmt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Unfortunately, she married the wrong man.
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mvielleichtfalschenmanngeheiratet
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   That means you are the new deaf Albert Schweitzer.
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mheißtneualbertschweitzer
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   You can't say much about Diana.
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mkann manauchnichtdarüberreden
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   I/ Now or soon a book will be published that will tell whether it's a man or a woman.
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mmannoderfrau
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   He was mocked back then and suffered a lot.
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mvielgelitten
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Some are greedy, that’s true.
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mabergeldarztmuss
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   It is important to me that I can sign with my sister.
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mschwesterwichtig[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   A very typical feeling was that I thought I had a lot of disadvantages and that hearing people could do everything much better.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   And just in general I don't give up easily and be firm with hearing people.
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mbisvorhörende
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I will never forget that one experience. It was really great. It was two/ In the past I had a hearing coworker.
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m[MG]zeithörendkollege
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I will never forget that one experience. It was really great. It was two/ In the past I had a hearing coworker.
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mhörendkollege
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   The coworker was a great person. Finally, a person made an effort to sign.
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m[MG]schön
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   I feel sorry for Diana.
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mbesonderediana[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Most of them visit the North Sea coast.
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mmeistennordsee[MG]warum
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   She interprets but the communication doesn’t really work; you don’t understand each other. I would let her know that it doesn’t work and that I would rather not work with her again.
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m[MG][MG]klapptnicht
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   I can adapt well because my mom was around their age and they, in turn, know my mother.
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mkennengut
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   I hadn’t expected that such great things would be accomplished. One person became highly involved.
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mtollleistungein[MG]gut
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   I take my hat off to that person and the work that has been done.
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mrespektgut
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   If you are upset with a person nowadays, you can tell it to that person immediately in a text message or via a fax machine.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   One of my daughters, who was sitting in the back, had a big doll with her.
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mpuppeauchda
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_13 | 31-45f   Our physics teacher had long, fuzzy hair and he spoke with such tiny lip movements, which caused me some trouble.
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mphysiklehrer[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   He did realize that I was in a weird mood.
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mmerkt[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   I personally think the topic of school is incredibly important.
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mthemawichtigpersö{nlich}schulewichtig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   But using new signs, one can´t automatically expect that everyone understands them.
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maber[MG]werneu
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   She was amazing though.
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mtolll{ehrer}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   All the teachers were signing, so that was completely accessible.
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mfühlewiedozentengebärdensprache
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   All the teachers were signing, so that was completely accessible.
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mwiedozentengebärdensprachefühle
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   So, does ‘choice’ mean being able to freely choose an interpreter?
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mbedeutetwünschdolmetscherfrei
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   That didn't change until I met an educator who was deaf himself and able to sign. I was able to relate to him.
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mdu{rch}b{is} durcherz{ieher}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   Ah ok, so this is what each person has to pay.
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mkosten
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   The FBI wanted Kennedy to remain in office.
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mwillbleiben
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   But I lack spontaneity.
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mfehlt[MG]nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   They sign differently there, yes, and I didn’t understand them.
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m[MG]javerstehenicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   They sign differently there, yes, and I didn’t understand them.
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mverstehenicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I didn’t understand them.
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mni{cht}verstanden
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   She thought about getting a new surgery for ten years.
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mwillzehn jahre
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   When I signed to my fellow students or friends he immediately threw a key towards us.
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mauch[MG]andere[MG]meinklassenschüleroder
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Some teachers couldn't sign at all.
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mein paarlehrerkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   But there are people whose babies got implanted but it is no use to them either.
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mes gibtbabyauch nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I've also noticed that there are some people in the Deaf community that use sign language and do work at deaf clubs.
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mauffallenerwachsene[MG][MG]gemeinschaft
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   The reason might be that those people used to have hearing aids.
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mwasbeispielvorherhörgeräthörgerät
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Other deaf people are shocked and are asking, “Why did you get one, too?,” when deaf people get a CI.
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m[MG]selbstc-iviele
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I also remember now that there are people who have a CI, but they are fully integrated in the Deaf community.
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mauch[MG]einfallenselbstc-i
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   If you take a closer look, you can see that people who are mentally challenged or people with learning difficulties use it as well.
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mschau malgeistigbehindertelernbehinderteselbst
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   So far there were maybe one or two doctors in my sign language classes, but they both happened to be gynecologist.
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m[MG]frauenarzt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   They kept on coming.
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mzweifrauenarzt[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Celebrities are coming. Magicians and others are coming, too.
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mauchpromiszauberkünstler
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I met a deaf person who’s from Turkey.
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mgetroffenselbsttürkei
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   The child has to decide.
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mentsch{eiden}waskindwas
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   His/
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m
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   It's a single-family house with its property.
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meinfamilienhausgrundstück
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   The people that come to Phuket are usually tourists that have booked their flights and hotels ahead.
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mtypischwieurlauberwievor
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   The animals as well as the people living on the island immediately felt the danger they were in, so they fled towards the mountains to the left and right of the valley.
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mtierundei{nwohner}einwohner
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   The animals as well as the people living on the island immediately felt the danger they were in, so they fled towards the mountains to the left and right of the valley.
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mei{nwohner}einwohnernativwussten
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Who will be employed as a teacher and in what way, how will the lessons look, that’s all very debatable.
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mwie auslehrerwer
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   We were talking about how many adolescents there were in total.
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mwie vieljugend{liche}gibtzusammen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   There’s the Hafencity and the old buildings in Eppendorf. The old buildings in Eppendorf.
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maltbauwohn{ungen}altbaueppendorf
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   It’s been more than a year now since we could last sit down with him and talk about anything and everything.
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mmehrkann nichtdiskussionübergunter puttrich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   It’s been more than a year now since we could last sit down with him and talk about anything and everything.
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mdiskussionübergunter puttrich
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   There are other companies who tell their employees, “You want further education? Well, you’ll have to pay for that yourself, because we are not going to.”
rTHERE-IS3PERSON1^*COMPANY1AFURTHER1A*EDUCATION1*
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mgibtfirmaweiterbildung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   We were four people. We stayed there together with two friends.
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mfreundevier[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   But I’m happy that one man who studied there came back to Hamburg.
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mhamburgeinmann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   I think three of the competitors were German.
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mdeutschglaubdrei
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Now I know some of the names of soccer players.
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metwasnamefußballer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   My coach, well the national coach, said to me, “It is your goal to participate in the games.”
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mtrainernationaltrainer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   There were a lot of things that were different in the East, the people, the mentality and the city with its beautiful roads.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Or those presentations including movies and photos, talks about well-known persons from the past or deaf travelers, who have been on extremely adventurous tours.
rSLIDE1*$GEST^PERSON1^*PAST3^*$GEST-OFF^HISTORY-OR-STORY1^*
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mdia[MG][MG][MG]history
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   My father-in-law, who is deaf as well, told me, “Go ahead and travel to Taiwan!”
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mschwiegervater
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I was happy about my students' behavior.
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mwasschüler
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   The lecturers were deaf themselves and presented their topic to young deaf people.
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mjugend{liche}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   It was really great for the young people there.
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mfürjugen{dliche}[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   You have to remember that we got 100 German Marks per head.
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müberlegenpro kopfhunderthunderthundert
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   Many people were affected.
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m[MG]viele
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   But one has to be aware that a person is not depending on objects.
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munabhängiggegenstände
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   So I asked how somebody who is deaf can communicate with the White Ring in case they become a crime victim and need help and support.
r$INDEX1*EXAMPLE1*DEAF1APERSON1^*AFFECTED2^$INDEX1*TO-NEED1
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mbeispiel[MG]opferbraucht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   For instance, I looked at the twelve disciples.
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m[MG]zwölfjünger[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   Everyone had to leave until the basement was empty.
rPERSON1^*$GEST-OFF^TO-GET1B^*$GEST-OFF^
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mleicheegal[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   I take off my hat to some foreigners, for instance Egyptians or Tunisians.
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mägyptentunesien
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   I don't know: the parents might be a problem.
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m[MG]eltern
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   But the parents!?
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mab{er}eltern
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Many famous people came to that bar.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^*PERSON1^*WELL-KNOWN2^PERSON1^*TO-COME1*
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mvielp{rominent}prominentkomm komm komm
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Many famous people came to that bar.
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mp{rominent}prominentkomm komm komm
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   My Japanese friend showed me that you sign Tokyo like this.
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mjapanfreundeauftokio
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Also very typical are students from France, Belgium or the Netherlands.
rTYPICAL1*
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mtypischstudenten[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   More people are born.
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lMORE1IF-OR-WHEN1A*PERSON1^*MORE1
mmehrwennme{nschen}mehrgeboren
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   I heard that many of the teachers at the school for the deaf in Güstrow were members of the SED [Socialist Unity Party of Germany].
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m[MG]lehrers-e-d
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   In addition to what he just said about the north: There was this one case recently which revealed that students from southern schools achieved better results than those from northern schools.
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mfallschulesüdleistung
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   The important thing is that I had this one coworker. With the others I didn't quite connect.
rPERSON1^*COLLEAGUE1A*I1*$GEST^
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mhaupt{sache}kollege[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   The educators noticed that I was aggressive.
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mmerkenaggressiv
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   I’m always relieved when I get the interpreter I hoped for.
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mselbstwünschendarf
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Germany paid some of the African players and now they are playing for Germany.
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maberafrikaselbstspielerfrüher
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   The convention was great but the consulting teams weren't.
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m[MG]aberbestimmteberatenschlecht
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Three, four apprentices from the TSBW Husum had a little field work there to repair something.
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mdreivierlehrling
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   The teacher there said it wouldn’t be a problem.
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msagtkeinproblem
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   Two of my classmates had deaf parents, as well, so including me we were three students with deaf parents.
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mschülerelterngehörlos
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_13 | 31-45f   I wonder more and more who decides about these proposals.
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mwerentscheidetvorschlag
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   I've heard of an affected person who retired at the age of 60 or 65, well, with 65 years.
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mauchbetroffen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   Now and then, things got stolen, and our - the tourists' - money was stolen also.
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mvor{da}zw{ischen}auchvielrauben
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   In the end, even the Italian organizers apologized to us.
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morga{nisieren}sorryaufsagtsorry
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   In the end, even the Italian organizers apologized to us.
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maufsagtsorry[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   It was awkward and embarrassing for the Italians.
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mitalien[MG]selber
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   Others then told me that, compared to all previous games, this was the worst celebration ever.
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mselbsterzählen[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   I also met new people, from Italy or other countries.
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mkennenlernenitalienoder
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   He favored the team of his own country.
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mwegenheimat[MG]
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Were you the only deaf person and everyone else was hearing?
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malleinallehörend
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Hearing people also jog by themselves.
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mhörendvielallein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   It doesn't matter to me if I jog in a group or alone.
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moballeinoderviel
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Swimming is an exhausting sport; you are on your own.
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mschwimmenallein[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   However, being there all by myself means that I would have to engage with others, and this would be too tiring for me.
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malleinenergie
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   We went to the venue and I thought about whether I should let the children do it all by themselves.
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m[MG]allein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   You were the only deaf person, as well?
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mdualleingehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   During a lunch break I was sitting alone across from a colleague because all other colleagues where on vacation, so I was forced to start a conversation.
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m[MG]urlaubeinsallein
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   For example that one guy who got furious and kicked out the interpreter - he’s the only one there.
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mrausallein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I then thought I would be all alone until I die.
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mbisallein[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I thought I would stay single.
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mich[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   If the Berlin Wall hadn't fallen, I would still be alone.
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mmauerfallnichtalleindurch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   My mother gave me money so I could take a taxi.
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malleinmama
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Yes, I was the only one.
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malleinallein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Yes, I was the only one.
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malleinallein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   But it's no pleasure for me to walk around alone.
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maberallein[MG]schmeckt nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   And as a deaf person there is no good in going alone; it is better to have someone with me in case of an emergency.
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mfürgehörlose[MG]alleinwennallein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   And as a deaf person there is no good in going alone; it is better to have someone with me in case of an emergency.
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m[MG]alleinwennalleinwaspasst
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Actually, I wish to keep on doing sports but can't do it alone.
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maberdannwieallein[MG]kann nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   I usually have a partner, but if my partner is on vacation, I do Nordic walking on my own and do my lap.
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murlauballein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Even if we can't find the time to do it together because the other person is still sleeping, I still walk the round by myself.
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mfrühallein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   It is impossible if I am by myself.
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malleinunmöglich
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   I wouldn't do it alone.
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mwennalleinwürdeich
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Sometimes I went alone and sometimes with others together.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   I joined the hearing team by myself.
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malleinhörende
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   That way we can simply talk to each other, and it won‘t be a problem at all.
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m[MG]all{ein} all{ein}keinproblem
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The lift went all the way down.
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m??al{lein}[MG][MG]ende
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I have my life.
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michalleine
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   I live alone.
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malleinwohnung
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   When we first planned the house, we wanted to have the kitchen separated from the dining and living room area.
rPLAN2$INDEX1KITCHEN3C*ALONE2*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*WITH1BCHAMBER1A
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mplanwasküchealleinessenmitwohnzimmer
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   When we first planned the house, we wanted to have the kitchen separated from the dining and living room area.
rTO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*WITH1BCHAMBER1AALONE2*TO-SEPARATE5
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messenmitwohnzimmerallein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There are only competitions for single runners when you are into running.
rTO-RUN1ALONE2*FIGHT1A
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m[MG]einzelkampf
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   I don’t like doing sports by myself.
rALONE2*$GEST-NO-IDEA1^
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meinzel[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   Or I just walked home by myself. It was really close, just 200 meters maybe.
rOR1*ALONE2*GO-HOME1*CLOSE-BY1B*$NUM-HUNDREDS1:2d
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moderallein[MG] n{ah}zw{ei}hund{ert}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Yes, but we can cut it down to the important bits.
rALONE2*TO-HONOUR1A*ENDING2A
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mehrung
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I always had to deal with things myself, like school etc.
rI2SELF1A*ALONE2*ACTIVE2^*SCHOOL1ATO-GET-IN1
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mselbstallein[MG]schule
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I let her be and kept working in the company on my own.
rTO-LET1*
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mlass soallein
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   The defeat was due to the division of the players. Some were young, others were a bit older. So, there was a bit of an imbalance.
rALONE2*$GEST-OFF^ALSO3A*I2
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mall{ein}auch
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   In the evening, I wanted to go to a party, but it was packed!
rON-OR-AT1*EVENING2I1ALONE2*ALREADY1B*FULL8
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mamabend[MG]allein[MG][MG]
= HUMAN2
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was a very loving person.
r
lTO-BE-CRAZY-ABOUT-STH1A^ON-PERSON1LOVELY1BHUMAN2LOVELY1B$INDEX1
mliebmenschlieb
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   He was such an interesting person. I didn't know before, but now I do.
rINTEREST1AHUMAN2$GEST^$LIST1:2of2d$LIST1:3of3d
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m[MG]menschauch da
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   You're lucky that he's such a good person.
rATTENTION1A^*LUCK2*GOOD1HUMAN2$GEST-OFF^*
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m[MG]glückgutmensch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   People go into hiding, people suffer, all because of Gaddafi.
rHUMAN2*UNDER1C*HUMAN2MUCH-OR-MANY1ATO-SUFFER1A$INDEX1
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mmenschenmenschvielleiden
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   And they have to accept that their child is simply deaf.
r$GEST^MUST1TO-ACCEPT1HUMAN2LIKE-THIS1ADEAF1A
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mmussakzeptierenmenschso
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It's so powerful that it can destroy everything, it can erase people, and it can put out a blaze.
rHARD1D^FLOODING1HUMAN2FLOODING1FIRE1AFLOODING1
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mstarkmenschfeuer
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   In Germany we waste it just like that.
rHUMAN2GERMAN1AREA1AWATER1
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mdeutschlandwasser
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Then they tried to reach the orbit with a human being in the rocket.
rLATER4*HUMAN2ROCKET1B*ONLY2A$PROD
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mspä{ter}menschnur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   If they had to do it all over again, they wouldn't make it.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1HUMAN2ONCE-AGAIN2B*TO-GO-THERE1MOON1B*
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meinmalnoch {mal}mond
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   You say it's possible that we'll be living on the moon in the future. But is there air? Can we breath like we do here on earth?
rTO-SAY2AYOU1*FUTURE1BHUMAN2NEW1AMOON1B*$INDEX1
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msagzukunftmenschenneumond
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Would we be able to live under water by using air snorkels?
rHUMAN2TO-ACCOMPLISH1C*AIR1*SNORKEL2^
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mmenschschaffen[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   Sure, I wasn't there to witness it. Still, I empathized with those people.
rFEELING3WITH1AFEELING3*HUMAN2
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mgefühlmitgefühlmensch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   Two planes had flown into the towers, and many people had died.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2PLANE-CRASH4*AND2A*HUMAN2TO-DIE2*
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mflug{zeuge}menschensterben
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   Why did such a nice person have to die so soon?
rTHIS2HUMAN2*LOVELY1BHUMAN2MUST1EARLY3A*TO-DIE2
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mdieseliebemenschmussfrühsterben
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   But one has to be aware that a person is not depending on objects.
r$INDEX1*ATTENTION1A^*AWARE1HUMAN2I1ALL2A^*INDEPENDENT1
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mabermussbewusstmenschunabhängig
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I just couldn't imagine it because he was such a sweet person, gay and open-minded.
rREASON4B$INDEX1TOLERANT1^HUMAN2AND2A*GAY1*$GEST^
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mgrundbekanntemenschundschwul
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   People as well as animals have feelings.
rHUMAN2$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ANIMAL1A*$GEST^
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mmenschtiere
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Exactly, it doesn't matter if it's an animal or a person, everyone has feelings.
rEQUAL1AIF4*ANIMAL1A*HUMAN2EQUAL1AFEELING3TO-GIVE1A^*
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mobtiermenschgefühl
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   There are people who think more analytically than the people of the emotional type.
rTHERE-IS3*HUMAN2MORE1BRAIN1A^*AS-OR-THAN4
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mgibtmenschmehrverstandals
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   There are people who think more analytically than the people of the emotional type.
rBRAIN1A^*AS-OR-THAN4FEELING2A*HUMAN2THERE-IS3*
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mverstandalsgefühlmenschgibt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   That's a person of the analytical type.
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msoverstandmensch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Then there is the emotional type.
rAFTERWARDS1A^*FEELING3HUMAN2$GEST^
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mgefühlmensch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Some are more the analytical type and they listen less to their emotions and others are more the emotional type.
rTHERE-IS3*MORE8ABRAIN1A^HUMAN2$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^LITTLE-BIT4*$GEST^
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mgibtmehrverstandmenschwenig
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Some are more the analytical type and they listen less to their emotions and others are more the emotional type.
r$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^MORE4*FEELING2A*HUMAN2$GEST^
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mmehrgefühlmensch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   When you're a person of the emotional type, you sometimes feel so many emotions/
rFEELING3$GEST^FEELING3HUMAN2
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mgefühlgefühlmensch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   They say that people of the analytical type seem heartless to their employees.
rTO-SPEAK4*$INDEX1HUMAN2INTELLIGENT1^*COLD1*ALL2A*
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msprechenübermenschenverstandkaltalle
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   You have to be more of the analytical type in a leading position.
rBOSS1BMUST1*BRAIN1A^*HUMAN2
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mchefmussverstandmensch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   … most men are people of the analytical type.
rMAN3BMORE1BRAIN1A^*HUMAN2
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mmannmehrverstandmensch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Everyone's different.
rEVERYONE1A*HUMAN2DISTINCT1
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mjedermenschversch{iedenes}
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   Actually, she didn't strictly follow the protocol. She hugged people, and it didn't matter to her that others followed the protocol.
rPROTOCOL-OR-MINUTES2*WITHOUT2$INDEX1HUMAN2TO-HUG2*WHATEVER3*ALL1A*
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mprotokollohneauchmenschumarmenegalalle
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She hugged them and cared for them.
rCARE1TO-FEED1*FOR1*
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mpflegenfütternfürmenschen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   It was unnecessary to destroy that skyscraper; there were innocent people inside, as well.
rBROKEN4TO-NEED1*$INDEX1*HUMAN2*BACK2^$GEST-OFF^
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mkaputtmachenbrauchmenschunschuldig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   My husband is able to be on stage and it doesn't matter to him, because he tells himself that deaf people are also just people.
rALL1ADEAF1AALSO3A*HUMAN2*
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malle[MG]auchmensch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I agree with him they are only human, too, but I couldn't do it anyway.
rI1RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*HUMAN2*I1NO1B*
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mstimmtmensch[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   I find it interesting to look at the people’s lives.
rLIKE7B*HUMAN2*TEAM-OR-CREW1^*TO-LIVE1C*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
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mwiemenschenlebenwie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   But you don’t care about the lives of the people from the present?
r$ORAL^PEOPLE2*NOW2*HUMAN2*TO-LIVE1C*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*
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maberleu{te}jetztmenschenerleben[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Anywhere where there aren’t humans around, roots just start to spread.
rIF-OR-WHEN1AI1HUMAN2*TO-BAR2A*NO1B*$INDEX1
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mwennmenschen[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   I don't know anything about the war itself but there are many problems concerning the human rights.
rLAW-OR-JUSTICE1*FOR1*LAW-OR-JUSTICE1HUMAN2*$GEST-OFF^*
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mfürrechtmenschen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   People go into hiding, people suffer, all because of Gaddafi.
rHUMAN2*UNDER1C*HUMAN2MUCH-OR-MANY1A
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mmenschenmenschviel
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   Because other people are fighting with us, we get more and more help.
r$GEST^*THROUGH2AHUMAN2*WITH1AFIGHT2*ALSO3A
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mdurchmenschenmitkämpfen kämpfenauch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   She looked after sick people and took care of them.
rHUMAN2*SICK1*PERSON2ACARE1*
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mmenschenkrankpflege
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   “Yes, she was a great person,” I told him.
rI2$GEST^*GOOD1*HUMAN2*
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mjagutmensch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   The paparazzi should have treated her more like a human.
rTO-LET1*HUMAN2*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*HUMAN2*TO-LET1*
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mlasseinmenschlass
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   The paparazzi should have treated her more like a human.
rTO-LET1*HUMAN2*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*HUMAN2*TO-LET1*
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mlasseinmenschlass
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   That radiation was dangerous and harmful to humans.
rDANGEROUS1A*TO-COME1*RADIATION2HUMAN2*TO-DAMAGE1*
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mgefahrkommstrahlungmenschschaden
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   The discrimination started with the slave trade and the people thought it would stay that way forever.
rCOURSE-OF-TIME1TO-THINK1BALWAYS1AHUMAN2*LIKE-THIS1A
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mfür immerso
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But the others, especially hearing people, don't have those experiences.
r$ORAL^DIFFERENT2^*HUMAN2*MOST1AHEARING1AAREA1A^*
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mabervielemenschmeisthörend
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   There were so many people.
rHUMAN2*$INDEX1$INDEX1$PROD
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mmensch
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Some noticed it, but animals like dogs and cats/ dogs and cats bailed before the people.
rEARLY2AWAY1*TO-LET1*HUMAN2*
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mfrühablassmenschen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Maybe people will be living on the sun or on the moon one day.
rSUN1AROUND-BALL1^TO-LIVE1C*HUMAN2*
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msonnemondlebenmenschen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   Socializing makes you happy, true.
rHUMAN2*TO-MEET2B*HAPPY1*YES1A*
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mmensch mensch[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   Why did such a nice person have to die so soon?
rWHY1*OF-ALL-THINGS2THIS2HUMAN2*LOVELY1BHUMAN2MUST1
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mwarumausgerechnetdieseliebemenschmuss
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   He thought I meant a person standing there.
rTO-THINK1BHUMAN2*HUMAN2*TO-THINK1B*$INDEX1
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mmenschde{nken}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   He thought I meant a person standing there.
rTO-THINK1BHUMAN2*HUMAN2*TO-THINK1B*$INDEX1AREA1A^*
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mmenschde{nken}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   If one likes a person, that’s great, period.
r$ORAL^HUMAN2*HEART1C^*GOOD4^*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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mabermensch[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   When do the children with CIs practice hearing?
rTO-LEARN1TO-PRACTICE1CI1HUMAN2*$GEST^
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mlernenübungc-i
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   He worked with people with disabilities.
rFOR1$GEST-TO-PONDER1^DISABILITY7*HUMAN2*
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mfürbehindertenmensch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   However, he still partly works with disabled people.
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marbeitzu tunbehindertmenschhelfen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   I feel like people in eastern Germany live with less worries and don't care about differences.
rFEELING3PEOPLE2EAST1AHUMAN2*$GEST^EASY1LUCK3^*
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mostenmenscheneinfachleben
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Of those who came, which sport was most represented?
rHUMAN2*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1WHERE1AMORE1*
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mmenschenwome{hr}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   Yes, the people survived but it used to be a restaurant.
rHUMAN2*OVER-OR-ABOUT1*TO-LIVE1A*YES1A*
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mmenschüberlebtja
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   Family and people are important.
rTO-BELONG1^*FAMILY1HUMAN2*IMPORTANT1*$GEST^
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mfamiliemenschenwichtig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   Bring it to a place where no humans live.
r$INDEX1*NONE2HUMAN2*TO-THROW1*
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mkeinmensch[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Everybody was very shocked.
rHUMAN2*SHOCK2A$GEST-OFF^
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mschock
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   All people living in freedom, Germany being united.
rFREE2AHUMAN2*TOGETHER7
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mfrei[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   People who lived in the GDR realized that even ten years after the wall fell, they weren’t satisfied with the situation.
rHUMAN2*HIS-HER1GDR4HIS-HER1
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md-d-r
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   But many people were suffering.
rTO-SUFFER1A*
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mleiden
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   There were problems because some people said that the euro was quite a bit more expensive.
rPROBLEM2AHUMAN2*$INDEX1*TO-SAY2B*EURO1
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mproblemmenscheuro
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   He also talked about the creation, that God created forests, the seas and the people.
r$GEST-OFF^FOREST2B*OCEAN1AHUMAN2*
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mwaldmeermenschen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   I'm a very organized person with a certain morality. I tend to be good and proper.
rI1*I1*I1HUMAN2*LIKE4A*ORDER1AWITH1A*
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meinbin einmenschwiemit
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   I also think that the Bible is relevant, and not just for the church, but it's relevant for the people.
rSENSE1FOR2*$INDEX1HUMAN2*$GEST^
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msinnvollfürmenschenwie
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I turned off the sound so no one could hear anything.
rTO-HEAR2*NOTHING1B^HUMAN2*
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mhörtkeinmensch
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   People landing on the moon could actually count as an invasion.
r$INDEX1*TO-LAND1B*I1*HUMAN2*ON9*ROUND-BALL1^*TO-LAND1B*
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minvasionwiemenschaufmond
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   If people were only at the backside of the moon, they weren't able to see the earth, because the moon doesn't rotate.
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mwennmen{sch}mondhinter
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But the Americans planned everything, and then they play the innocent and say that they went there first.
rI1*$INDEX1*FIRST-OF-ALL1AHUMAN2*I1FIRST-OF-ALL1A
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merstermenscherster
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   A lot of people moved from the country to a city.
rHUMAN2*$CUED-SPEECH*COUNTRY3A*FAR1*
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mmenschvonland[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   People are the same, no matter if east or west.
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mgleichmenschenostenwestengleich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   We’re all humans.
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mgleichmenschen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   There are two types of people.
r$INDEX1THERE-IS3POINT1C^*HUMAN2*
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mgibttypmenschen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   A person of the analytical type finishes a task and is done with it.
rBRAIN1A^HUMAN2*LIKE-THIS1AMUST1$GEST^
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mverstandmenschsomuss
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Helping people, giving them advice and explaining to them what is going on really matters to me.
r$INDEX1TO-RECOMMEND1A$LIST1:2of2dHUMAN2*
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mempfehlenmensch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   It's always like that: the good people have to die.
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mimmergutgutemenschmusssterben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   All of the Japanese people had a camera, I believe.
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mjapanjedemenschhateinfoto
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   The Nazis thought artists weren’t normal, that they were crazy people.
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m[MG]nicht normalmenschverrückt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   People cannot live without culture.
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mabermenschkönnennicht
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   People always need change in their lives.
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mabermenschbrauchdamitleben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   But people get unhappy through restrictions.
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mdurchverbotmenschenunglücklich
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Now we're free and everyone's happy.
rNOW1*FREE2A*HUMAN2*ALL2ALUCK2
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maber jetztfreiheitmenschenglücklich
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   That way, people can learn respect and how to accept others.
rALSO3AHUMAN2*TO-LEARN1RESPECT1A$GEST-OFF^
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mauchmenschenlernenrespekt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   But people can learn a lot through culture.
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mjetztdurchkulturmenschkannviellernen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   The people come there from all over the world.
r$INDEX1*$INDEX1*$GEST^WORLD1$GEST-OFF^
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mabermenschen[MG]welt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Seeing everything well, I don't know about that, people are not able to see that well therefore they need a spyglass.
rGOOD1TO-SEE1HUMAN2*I1YOU1*TO-SEE1
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mgutsehenmensch
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   I need to get out of the house from time to time to meet other deaf people.
rI2*OUTDOORS2^DEAF1AHUMAN2*TALK2A
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mmal rausgehörlosemenschenunterhalten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   Her charisma, for example, that she helped other people, and that she was the queen of the hearts.
r$LIST1:1of1dINFLUENCE1^*$LIST1:2of2dHUMAN2*TO-HELP1*$LIST1:3of3dKING1B*
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mausstrahlungmenschenhelfenkönigin
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   Somehow, people can always manage it.
rHUMAN2*TO-ACCOMPLISH1B*ALWAYS1A$GEST-DECLINE1^
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mmenschschafftimmer
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   The contact used to be more personal.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1GOOD1^HUMAN2*TO-GET-ALONG1*GOOD1^
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mfrühermenschlich[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   There are 1.2 billion people in this huge area.
rCOMMA1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d$NUM-MILLION1HUMAN2*
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mmensch
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Every person needs an identity.
rEVERYONE1A*HUMAN2*TO-NEED1*IDENTITY1B*$GEST-OFF^
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mjedemenschbrauchidentität
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Europe is huge, there are around 1.2 billion people that need to be notified, one should think in large scales there.
rCOMMA1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d$NUM-MILLION1*HUMAN2*TO-LET-KNOW1A*$INDEX1FAR1
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mmensch[MG]weit
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   There are a lot more people in need of nursing because there are more and more elderly people. It gets more and more expensive as well.
rBUT1*MEASURE7A^*
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was the best and nicest queen England ever had.
rFOR1^
lBEST1*LOVELY1A$ALPHA1:D-N-APERSON1ENGLAND4*KING1A*
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was the best and nicest queen England ever had.
rFOR1^
lENGLAND4*KING1A*PERSON1
menglandkönig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Because she wouldn't be here anymore.
rLIKE3A*NOT-ANYMORE1APROCEEDING2^*NOT1
l$INDEX1PERSON1
mwiemehrnicht mehr
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was a great role model for me.
rROLE-MODEL1*ROLE-MODEL1*LIKE3A$GEST-OFF^ROLE-MODEL1*
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mvorbildvorbildwievorbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   But I know she was the queen of England.
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mabererfahrenköniginenglandja
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I was closest to a boy who was Deaf to the core, because he was the son of deaf parents.
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m[MG]echteltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   It was sad that such a precious person was no longer alive.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Every year one thinks of her.
r
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Because she was something special.
rSPIKY1A
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mspitze
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was special because she was there for the poor and the children around the world.
rAND2A
lHAT-OFF1*HAT-OFF1*PERSON1$INDEX1FOR1$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   The poor were glad when she visited.
rPOVERTY2
lPEOPLE2TO-LAUGH1^PERSON1TO-COME2
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was the queen with a heart for/
rHEART2B*
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mkönigherzfür
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was the queen with a heart for/
rHEART2B*
lPERSON1KING1A*PERSON1FOR1
mkönigherzfür
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   The big brother is now a married man.
rTO-MARRY1ABROTHER1A*
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mverhei{ratet}mannbruder
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   But this Prince Charles William. I don't know him.
rBUT1*PERSON1$ALPHA1:C-A-L-S$ALPHA1:WI2
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mabercharleswilliam
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   They now observe things more closely because there was this man in Slovakia who embezzled a lot of money. Supporting documents for two million euros went missing.
rSLOVAKIA2*$INDEX1MAN1*PERSON1$INDEX1TO-CATCH1NONE1
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mslowakeimannkein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I’d had an annoying experience concerning my husband, who has since died, where the fire department arrived very late.
rI1PERSON1I1^TO-BE-ANNOYED2OVER-OR-ABOUT2
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mpersonhabeärgerüber
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   What was it like with the teachers?
rTEACHER2PERSON1WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1YOU1^*
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mlehrerwie sieht aus
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   There are usually over 60 people.
rTO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*OVER-OR-ABOUT1$NUM-TENS2A:6d*PERSON1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*$GEST-OFF^
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mbesuchenübersechzigpersonbesuch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   Marco Lipski stood up front and talked about the culture of men.
rOVER-OR-ABOUT1CULTURE1AMAN1PERSON1$GEST-OFF^
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müberkulturmann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   To be honest, he was a really great guy.
rTRUE2$NAME-GUNTER-PUTTRICH1VERY6PERSON1YES1A
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mgunter[MG][MG]ja
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   One of them has deaf parents, doesn't he?
rAN1APERSON1MAN1*PERSON1TO-OWN1
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meinmann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   One of them has deaf parents, doesn't he?
rAN1APERSON1MAN1*PERSON1TO-OWN1PARENTS1B*DEAF1A*
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meinmanneltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   It really is a long time ago that I was at court, but back then, I had a man as my interpreter.
rFIRST-TIME3APAST1*INTERPRETER1*PERSON1MAN1SELF1A*$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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merste[MG]dolmetschermann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I know some Interpreters who are coda; their parents are also deaf.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A*YOU1INTERPRETER1*PERSON1HIS-HER1$INDEX1CODA1
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mdudolmetscherauchcoda
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I know some Interpreters who are coda; their parents are also deaf.
rAREA1APARENTS1BDEAF1APERSON1
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meltern[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I once had an interpreter who was a coda.
rBEEN1CODA1*INTERPRETER1
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mgewesencodadolmetsch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   But among deaf people in the lectures, there can be an active debate. You can exchange opinions and discuss with others.
rTO-EXCHANGE2*CAN1DIFFERENT1*PERSON1TALK3*CAN2B*
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mmeinung tauschenkannandersleuteunterhaltenkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I like when the family of the person is also deaf.
rI1TO-LOVE-STH1WHAT1A*PERSON1SELF1A*ALSO3A*FAMILY3
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mich[MG]wasselbstauchfamilie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I mean — other deaf people in Germany also say that deaf people from Berlin are especially annoying.
rTO-LOOK-AT1*$GEST^BERLIN1A*PERSON1DEAF1A
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m[MG][MG]berlin[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   She couldn't really believe it and called her husband, a German, to ask what was going on in Thailand.
rHUSBAND1$INDEX1QUESTION1
lGERMAN1PERSON1$INDEX1MOBILE2^
mmanndeutscheranruf
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   The teacher showed the speaking exercise with this movement of the fist for the sound of a P, for GRANDPA; so it goes “Oma” [mouthed with hand under the chin], GRANDPA, “Oma”, GRANDPA.
rTEACHER2$GEST^GRANDPA4$ALPHA1:P
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mlehreropa
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   They didn't know many people, and didn’t have much contact to others, but that’s how it is with elderly people.
rPERSON1*TO-BELONG1^*OLD2CPERSON1
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ml{eute}alteleut
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Peter Scheifele doesn’t offer trips any longer, does he?
r$ALPHA1:SCHPERSON1*$ALPHA1:#PERSON1$INDEX1NOT-ANYMORE1AJOURNEY3*
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msch{eifele}peterscheifelenicht mehr
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   In fact, Peter Scheifele told me that there are some complications when 20 deaf people or more want to book a flight.
rDEAF1A*OFF2$NUM-TENS2A:2PERSON1DEAF1A*TOGETHER1A*$INDEX1
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mabzwanzigzusammen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I met him once personally.
rBEEN2*EXPERIENCE1A*YOU1*PERSON1TO-MEET2BPERSON1*BEEN2
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mgewesenerlebtpersongewesen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I really can't believe he's gone.
rWITHOUT1*I2IMAGINATION1A*PERSON1
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mvorstellen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   His vivacious facial expressions and the way he dressed were beautiful.
rPOISE-OR-ATTITUDE1B*$ORAL^BEAUTIFUL1APERSON1
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m[MG]aberschön
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   One man was dressed up like a woman.
rMAN6*PERSON1MAN6PERSON1CLOTHES3*
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mmannverkleiden
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   One man was dressed up like a woman.
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mmannverkleidenfrau[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   For me, he was the best, yes, the best.
r$INDEX1BEST1PERSON1I1BEST1I1
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mbesteichbester
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   My husband didn't meet him on his own. There were many deaf people when he had his theater performance.
rTO-TELL3A*$INDEX1SUPER1*PERSON1TO-MEET2ADEAF1A*TO-SWARM1
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maber[MG]persönlich[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Finally, I saw him face to face.
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mpersönlichendlich
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Is the bar still open without him?
rBAR7*$INDEX1WITHOUT1PERSON1
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mbarohneperson
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The travel guide talks everything over with the hotel employees.
rPURE1*$INDEX1PERSON1HOTEL3*I1TALK3
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mhotelich[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   A person is standing there, maybe like a travel guide.
rLIKE3APERSON1TO-LEAD1ALIKE3A*$INDEX1
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mwieführ
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The travel guide tells the hotel employee that there are eight people in total.
r$INDEX1TO-WORK1HOTEL3*PERSON1I1TO-LET-KNOW1AI1
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marbeithotel
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   If I meet new people, at international parties for example, I want to know more about them and their sign language.
rTOGETHER1A*NEW4BTO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB2*PERSON1WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1PERSON1*I2*
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mneukennenlernenwas
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Even though we were all deaf, the teacher was speaking into a microphone, which had a screen attached to make sure the mouth wasn’t visible.
rNEVERTHELESS2A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*TEACHER2*PERSON1EXAMPLE1$PROD$PROD
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mtrotzdemeinlehrerbeispiel[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   A deaf person from my class wanted to get his own way and continued to sign.
rREASON4B*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1DEAF1AMY1CLASS9
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mgrundein[MG]meinklasse
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Another student always told him to stop signing.
rTHEN7*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1$INDEX1ON-PERSON1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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meinein
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Another student always told him to stop signing.
r$INDEX1ON-PERSON1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1ON-PERSON1*$INDEX1NO3B^
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meinaufdarf
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   If he were deaf, for example, that wouldn’t be a big deal to me.
rEXAMPLE1*$GEST-OFF^IF-OR-WHEN1APERSON1DEAF1AALSO3A*I1*
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mbeispielwenn[MG]auch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   The two others involved settled things; so, the integration office paid the interpreter.
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mmitdolmetscherbezahlen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   The problem is that deaf people don't know the law very well. Furthermore, there is no place to go to get some information.
rPROBLEM1WHAT1ADEAF1APERSON1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*STATUTE1D*$INDEX1*
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mproblem
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   In Denmark, which is where I met a guy from India.
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minder[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Yes, I know that person.
r$INDEX1*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*PERSON1I1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*YES1A*
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m[MG]ja
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   That is were I learned that one person wants to establish a LAG [Landesarbeitsgmeinschaft, state association] for Sign Language teachers here in Hessia.
rTO-LEARN-STH1A*PERSON1TO-WISH1BTO-FOUND2HERE1
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merfahrenwünscht[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   The boss there used to work at the integration office but wasn't keen about it.
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mselbstfrau[MG]gewesen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   The boss there used to work at the integration office but wasn't keen about it.
r$INDEX1TO-TELL1*ENTHUSIASTIC2*PERSON1
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merzähltbegeistert
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I adapted it because sometimes the signing worked but on other occasions a person had a specific problem.
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mauchgrundanpassengut
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I adapted it because sometimes the signing worked but on other occasions a person had a specific problem.
rTO-SIGN1GGOOD1SUDDENLY4*PERSON1PROBLEM1HOW-COME2
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mgut[MG]problemwieso
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   During that event I saw a man, whom I knew from my sign language class. He was hearing.
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m[MG][MG]kennehörend
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   Yes, I know it.
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mgewesenkennen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   The deaf teacher was awesome und taught for four days straight.
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m[MG][MG]vier
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Yet, in fact, that wasn't right - that person hadn't done it.
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mwahrselbststimmt nicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   “She came forward - that was great. Really, there are only a few people like that all over the world.”/
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mtoll[MG]wahrpersonwe{nig}welt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   For instance, when I meet two people who are smoking, the smell meets my nose and it smells so bad.
rEXAMPLE1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dPERSON1*PERSON1TO-SMOKE1AI1TO-MEET2A*
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mbeispiel[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   But I have to say/ Whenever a smoker has a conversation with me as a non-smoker, I get my fair share of the smoke which damages my lungs as well.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   Who do you like?
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mwaspersondu
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   She was really pretty.
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mschön
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   She was so beautiful and very nice.
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mschö{n}gefühl
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   Loki Schmidt took a trip just to see it.
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mlokischmidt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   It is well known and is held annually.
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mbekanntein jahr ein jahr
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   We took an eight hour bus ride with a deaf educator before we finally arrived.
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m[MG]erzieher[MG]zusamm
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The play ‘Rosana‘ was incredible.
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mzum beispielrosanarosana[MG]frau
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   For that evening they had initially booked another person, a man from Frankfurt, MM, from the movie “Still Leben“ [literally: still life or living silently].
rSHALL2DIFFERENT1MAN1PERSON1FROM1*FRANKFURT1*$ALPHA1:M-M
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msollandersmannausfrankfurtm-m
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   For that evening they had initially booked another person, a man from Frankfurt, MM, from the movie “Still Leben“ [literally: still life or living silently].
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mausfrankfurtm-mfilmstillleben
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   It means sponsors, protection through a person.
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msponsorschutz
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   There is a well-known actress, S-E-N-T-A B-E-R-G-E-R.
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mnamesetraberger
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Instead, a woman from Munich who works for “Sehen statt Hören” [German tv program for the deaf, literally: Seeing instead of Hearing], drove to meet and interview her.
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mdafürwaseinefrau
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Instead, a woman from Munich who works for “Sehen statt Hören” [German tv program for the deaf, literally: Seeing instead of Hearing], drove to meet and interview her.
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m[MG]auf
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   One of them is really well-known.
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mbekannt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Doesn’t matter, the director that made the movie back then came to the festival.
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m[MG]filmfrauregisseur
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Doesn’t matter, the director that made the movie back then came to the festival.
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mfilm[MG]ex{tra}dabei
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   In between there was a break, the actors put on their plays.
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mpause[MG]selbst
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   We sat down in the rows to see who would receive the prizes.
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mergebnis[MG]werbekommenpreis
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   It went wrong because the organizer was arrested.
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mschiefverlaufenmann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Yes, so: once a year, a couple of people from Berlin, Hamburg and southern Germany meet up.
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meinmalim jahr[MG]paarleuteusher
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   There are other people seeing rings or spots in their field of view.
rTHERE-IS3DIFFERENT1*PERSON1$GEST-OFF^LIKE3A*RING1*
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mgibtanderepersonwiering
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Others have that or/
rDIFFERENT1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1OR4B*
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manderedao{der}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I completely overlooked a beggar sitting on the ground asking for money.
rI1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1$PROD$PRODTYPICAL1*
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meinbettlertypisch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Usually, she supports me by holding my arm and carefully steering me.
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mtypischnormalfreundnormal{erweise}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   When we finished, the doctor printed out the results and sat down to talk them over with me.
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mabschluss[MG]mit[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   One deaf guy sat close and waved at me, but I didn’t see him.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1DEAF1A*TO-SIT3*ON-PERSON1*
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mein[MG]sitzenauf
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   There was also a woman from Munich, a secretary who was managing the organization.
rPERSON1WOMAN4A*PERSON1$INDEX1
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mfrau
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   There was also a woman from Munich, a secretary who was managing the organization.
rPERSON1WOMAN4A*PERSON1$INDEX1MUNICH1A*LIKE3A*
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mfraumünchenwie
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She suggested we should directly talk to other people who had Usher’s syndrome and had gotten the surgery.
rDIFFERENT1PERSON1*AFFECTED2PERSON1$INDEX1BEEN1*BACK-THEN1
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manderspersonbetroffengewesen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   We made a binding registration with the woman and wanted to transfer the money/
rTO-LET-KNOW1AWOMAN1APERSON1$INDEX1TO-SAY1SOLID1*
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mbescheidfraufest
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Still, we were picked up by a man, because we had no idea where the hospital was.
rPERSON1NEVERTHELESS2APERSON1MAN1
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mtrotzdemmann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Still, we were picked up by a man, because we had no idea where the hospital was.
rPERSON1NEVERTHELESS2APERSON1MAN1TO-PICK-UP1*$GEST^
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mtrotzdemmannabholen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   We had booked one in advance to be save.
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mbest{ellen}sicher
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   At night one of the nurses gave me an injection to calm me down.
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mnachtkrankenschwesteraufspritze
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The person that came to perform the surgery was a woman.
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moperationfrau
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I don't book him again, never ever.
rTHEN1ANOT-AGAIN1*PERSON1NOT-AGAIN1*
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mnie wiedernie wieder
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   They responded, “An interpreter is too expensive. Can’t you book someone cheaper?“
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mteuersuchenbillig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I know a deaf guy who is somewhat older.
rI2TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1DEAF1AALREADY1BBIT3*
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mkenneeinschonbi{sschen}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   We were surprised when we arrived at the motel because there was a woman sitting at the front desk.
rTO-WAIT1C*AMERICA1PERSON1$INDEX1*NARROW1F^*
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   He was a very important man.
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msehrwichtigperson
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   A president from Austria came to tell something about the differences between Germany and Austria.
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mthemaeinpräsident[MG]österreich
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   But there was this person who studied the circumstances of the deaths in the Kennedy family.
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meinedaglaubtso
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   One would think that, for a person as important as him, the examination would be very thorough and detailed.
rIMPORTANT1*PERSON1ACTUALLY1BMUST1THOROUGH1
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mwichtigpersoneigent{lich}muss[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   He is a professional shooter. He's a great shooter.
rTO-SHOOT1A^*PERSON1MUCH-OR-MANY5VERY6TO-SHOOT1A^*
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m[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   My friend said, when you're working with only one other person, it could happen that that person isn't there anymore from one day to the other. Then what happens?
rWHERE1A
lTO-SAY1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1PERSON1TODAY1TOMORROW1A
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Of course we want to make sure that the donor really is healthy beforehand.
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mmehrbrauchwie[MG]absichern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Of course we want to make sure that the donor really is healthy beforehand.
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m[MG]absichern[MG]wicht{ig}gesund
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I think the most important point always is for the donor to be healthy.
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mkriteriumgesundfertig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Sure, if you have a thick skin.
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mwennwennda
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   He is around 40 or 45 year old.
rPERSON1AVERAGE1A$NUM-TENS2A:4UNTIL1
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m[MG]vier{zig}bis
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   The second person knows a lot about deaf people.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   One of the educators knew how to sign a little by chance.
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m[MG]zufallerzieherkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   One needs someone who is able to sign. There has to be someone, it doesn’t work without.
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mab{er}brauchmussohne
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I just remembered, someone recently told me something interesting.
rNO-INTEREST1*I1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1$INDEX1TO-SIGN-BACK1*I2*
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mein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   The class of my colleague’s son also has regular sign language lessons.
rI1TO-WORK1*COLLEAGUE1A$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1^*SON1*
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marbeitskollegesohn
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   We went there as a group, and a friend was our guide.
r$ORAL^$PRODTO-LEAD1A*FRIEND1
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   Maybe one or two people join courses there.
rPERSON1$INDEX1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$INDEX1
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mpersoneneins
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   Yes, 6,000 people.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   The women made it possible who were wearing wide flared skirts back then.
rTHROUGH2A*WOMAN1APERSON1
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mdurchfrauen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   If someone wore thin fabric or even transparent fabric today, other people would think they are working in a brothel.
rTRANSPARENT1MEANING1*BROTHEL1*PERSON1
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mbedeutetpuff
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Thus the women in the Baroque period wore flared skirts, so one couldn't see the one leg that was shorter than the other.
rHENCE1SKIRT2^*WOMAN1APERSON1$INDEX1$PROD$PROD
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mdeshalbbarockfrau
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   How she dresses and everything?
r$ALPHA1:LPERSON1$INDEX1CLOTHES1A*$INDEX1
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mlady gaga
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Maybe you know a deaf person, or, what do I know, a singer, who is open to having a Mohican haircut or dress in an unusual manner.
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m[MG]sänger
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Maybe you know a deaf person, or, what do I know, a singer, who is open to having a Mohican haircut or dress in an unusual manner.
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msängerbereit
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   For example, even though some contestants didn't like the food they still said it was 'good'.
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mbeispiel[MG]einbegeistert
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   He’s difficult in that way.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I don’t know #Name1 that well.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   What would you look like without personal hygiene?
rWITHOUT1*LIKE7AWHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1PERSON1YOU1*
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mohnewie sieht aus
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   Personally, I see.
rPERSON1*PERSON1$GEST^*
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mpersönlichach so
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   She was prettier than other women.
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mhübscha{ls}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   One of the players on the team was stealing, right?
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$INDEX1TO-PLAY2*PERSON1TO-SWIPE1*$INDEX1
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mspieler
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   Too bad that I was so close to the referee at that moment.
rCLOSE-BY1BNEXT-TO1BREFEREE2PERSON1$INDEX1
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mnahbeischiri
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   But one of the runners didn't compete.
rSUDDENLY4^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:1d*PERSON1NOT3A*PRESENT-OR-HERE1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1
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m[MG]einnichtda
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   The German team consisted of myself, the second placed, and the fourth placed from the single's competition over 100 meters.
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mhundertmetereinzelkampfichzweiter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   The second runner had an injury with her leg.
r$NUM-ORDINAL1:2$LIST1:2of4*PERSON1ALREADY1ABIT2ATEAR7*
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mzweiteschonbisschen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   We thought about replacing her with a healthy substitute which would have been a safer choice to go with.
r$LIST1:3of4*GOOD1*USUAL1PERSON1HEALTHY1ATO-APPOINT-SB1A*SOLID1*
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mnormalgesundfest
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There was a woman from Ukraine next to me.
rPERSON1MUSCLE3^UKRAINE1
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m[MG]ukraine
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   The referee was deaf by the way.
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m[MG]schiedsrichter[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There are strong athletes today, though more in the single's competitions, but the teams are still missing some members.
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mheute[MG]abereinzelhundert
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Some also want to have personal conversations.
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mwollenpersonunterhalten
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   The people started to get onto the plane.
rBEGINNING1A
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   I was in contact with some people in Berlin.
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mgewesenkontaktberlin
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   I was in contact with some people in Berlin.
rCONTACT2BPERSON1BERLIN1A*PERSON1I1
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mkontaktberlin
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   There was no woman amongst the award winners in Cologne, I think that is pretty discriminatory.
rWOMAN1A*THERE-IS4WOMAN1APERSON1$GEST^
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mgibt nichtfrau
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Doctor Steinbach gave me all these injections.
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mspritzenselbstdoktorsteinbach
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Now he is the president of the German Olympic Sports Confederation.
rSPORTS1*UNION1BPRESIDENT1*PERSON1SELF1A*NOW3^*$INDEX1*
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msportverbandpräsidentselbst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   There‘s that person, yes.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1YES2
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mein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   That deaf guy with glasses, and he has a wife, too.
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mbrillemannfrau
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Yes, that person.
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mein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Next to me sat a student who was a little naive.
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m[MG]einschüler[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   There are many issues we all agree on. We almost all share the same difficulties. Reliable person/
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mproblemvertrau
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Then there‘s the staff meeting. The represent-/ commissioner for persons with disabilities leads another meeting once a year.
rPERSON1TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3^HIS-HER1I1
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mpersonalversammlung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Some deaf people, um, are administration employees.
r$INDEX1CAN1PERSON1DEAF1A$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^*
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mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   My best friend is Turkish, as well.
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mbesterfreundtürke
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   My best friend is Turkish, as well.
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mtürke
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They get politically involved in the deaf community‘s favor.
rPOLITICS1*PERSON1*MEMBER2*PERSON1EQUAL6^*
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m[MG]mitglied
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The bishop told the pastor that there‘s a priest for the deaf in Trier.
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mintriereinpfarrer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The priest himself was hearing.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   If you order an interpreter, it's a different one every time and they always have to adjust to communication first.
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mfremd
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   It mostly depends on the person.
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mmeistper{son}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   There are, however, interpreters that are qualified, but you don't like them and therefore hire other interpreters.
r$INDEX1TO-LIKE4NOT3A*PERSON1$GEST^DIFFERENT1$INDEX1
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mmagand{ers}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   It doesn't matter if she's from eastern or western Germany.
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mwo ausostenaus
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Ah yes, and they only add that she’s from eastern Germany when talking about this woman.
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msagei{ne}frauosten
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   I mean, we can be proud of her being from eastern Germany.
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mostenselbstpoli{tiker}stolz
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   The company was founded and built up by two people from western Germany.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   She loved her for her dedication even though she wasn't her grandchild.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Deaf Canadians use ASL, but I didn‘t understand it.
r$INDEX1TO-SIGN1A
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   There is this mother who is chairperson for the parents’ representatives, but I’m parents’ representative for my son’s class.
rEXAMPLE1$INDEX1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1$INDEX1MOTHER1ON-PERSON1^*
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mbeispieleinmutter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   My last teacher from grade six onwards, no, in grade five and six, he was good, he was an old teacher.
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mbisklasse sechslehreraltlehrer
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   My last teacher from grade six onwards, no, in grade five and six, he was good, he was an old teacher.
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maltlehrer
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   There was recently a criminal case at some bank that deaf people were involved with.
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mbank
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   But it was just that one person, what do I have to do with that!
rI1NO1B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1DENIAL1*I1$INDEX1
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m[MG]ein[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   There were few people; everything was carried on an automatic conveyor band.
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m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   And one of the teachers supported me in particular.
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mundlehrer{be}sonders
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I was glad, because we were able to keep in touch that way.
rHAPPY1PERSON1COHERENCE1B*IT-WORKS-OUT1^*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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mfrohpersonbleibtda
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   It’s 300€ per person.
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meintrittkostetpersondreihunderteuro
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   300€ per person.
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mpersondreihundert
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   A man wanted to join in.
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mein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   The best thing was/ The best thing about the Sign Language/
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mdas beste wargebärdensprachbeste war
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   No, I first met a man.
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michmannzuerst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   Older people usually wear older clothes.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Someone gave a talk about the German Association of the Deaf. That’s what the talk was about.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   So this person was giving their talk.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   During the time of my apprenticeship, I used to interpret for the deaf students if the teacher didn't have the time to do so.
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müberwar
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   They founded the GDR because the communists feared that more people would flee.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I find exchanging thoughts and being in contact with deaf people from eastern Germany quite difficult.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   And a second thing; when someone visited [western] Germany, he went to the hardware store.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   That person was a sort of leader, so they got kicked out.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I think it’s great that it wasn’t just hearing people; deaf people did it, too.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I also know someone who wasn’t kicked out, but fled all by himself. How/
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   But how they told me about their experiences, oh my gosh!
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   A person from the White Ring sat in the front towards the left, next to them there was, what’s that called again, the women’s representative from the police.
r$INDEX1*WHITE1A*RING1PERSON1TO-CHANGE2A^$GEST-TO-PONDER1^APPLAUSE2^*
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   Sure, if 600 euros are suddenly gone, what are you going to do without that money?
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   #His name is Name2/ #Name2. [correct name is #Name3]
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   We can’t go hiking with the seniors.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Yes, the young people can do that, not the older ones, though.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Paying you, a tailor, is expensive.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I thought it was a real pity because he had such a great personality and because he was awarded the Cultural Award of the German Association of the Deaf.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Other deaf people didn't know him very well, but I did.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   I had no clue who would be the next pope.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Some people/ someone told me about a guy who works/ who's away on a job to lay cables, I think - something complicated.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Also very typical are students from France, Belgium or the Netherlands.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   But if one tried to sell it in high quantities, veal would be too expensive.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   There are people who like serious, demanding bosses.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   It just so happened that I talked to a deaf person who had a job there.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   I would have liked meeting him in person, but it didn't happen.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   At some point I became second chairwoman in #Name1 because another person resigned due to their bad reputation.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   It was great of the teacher to initiate that program.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I don't want to talk ill of every hearing person and leave this negative image of them.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I also had bad experiences with the teachers in school.
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mlehrerfürauchnagativ
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   It was bad at work. It was tedious and bad to remind everyone of it all the time.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   The situation in only a small department with like three to four people would be ok.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I already told my colleagues that I feel like they are talking badly about me.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I explained to him that it wouldn't work since I couldn't understand anything when everyone is talking around me. I wouldn't understand anything anyway.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Right. I used to have a deaf colleague who is retired by now.
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mdamalskolleginschonpension
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   My second role model was Donalda Ammons.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   She worked at the Gallaudet University.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I loved everything that had to do with Africa back then and I wanted to help the poor there.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Though, I have to say, Gertrud Mally deserves my respect. She was also honored for her work.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Or maybe a hearing person who is your role model - an actor or a politician maybe?
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Or maybe a hearing person who is your role model - an actor or a politician maybe?
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Or maybe a hearing person who is your role model - an actor or a politician maybe?
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   My uncles are all hearing, so I was the only deaf person.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   But she didn’t like the idea either, because as a masseur I would have problems communicating with hearing people.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Sitting there were the job centre’s employee, someone from the health department, the school principal, a teacher and a PE teacher.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Sitting there were the job centre’s employee, someone from the health department, the school principal, a teacher and a PE teacher.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I knew the interpreter already.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I said that I have a bit of residual hearing and that it helps me to communicate, as long as people address me directly.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Everyone got up and gave me a round of applause. Just the health department’s representative was speechless because she couldn’t believe it.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   It was only then that the principal told me that half a year before, the health department had wanted to kick me out.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I had a hearing teacher who I didn’t understand at all because he taught us orally.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Him and the hearing teacher took turns teaching, in a way you could call what they did interpreting.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   What’s important to me is to help people get healthy. The patient should be able to go home content, and I let them know that that’s what I want.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Helping people, giving them advice and explaining to them what is going on really matters to me.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Helping people, giving them advice and explaining to them what is going on really matters to me.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   How do the hearing people react when they meet you, a deaf person, for the first time?
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   If you’re having a conversation with someone, and a hearing person watches you, they can ask about it if they’re interested.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   He was from Western Germany.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   We were 20 people, and those of us who were too old were dismissed.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I was really impressed by and interested in the flight by train and the hiding underneath the bench.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   My company often hires many people around April.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   The reason for this is barbecue season. The stores sell more meat and therefore we need more workers.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   She was sociable with other people.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   I looked at the picture and there was a deaf woman who knew a lot about culture, I myself didn't have a clue.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Ten years ago a discussion started about whether the person is a man or a woman.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   I/ Now or soon a book will be published that will tell whether it's a man or a woman.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   People are still wondering about the Mona Lisa, but are lost eventually.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   The painting is very expressive and therefore well-known.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   That's why I was so impressed. Enough about that now.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Today, he's well-known everywhere.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Teachers would have to know both languages the way it is with hearing teachers who know for example German as well as French.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   It would be best if the teacher knew BSL.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   I met someone from Australia once who lives in Cologne now.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   How much does a hearing interpreter cost? The price makes you faint.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   One colleague from work knew sign language; he could sign.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Someone from an exchange school came to teach ASL.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Yes. Actually, she was/
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   One of the deaf guys was especially funny. We laughed so hard!
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I’m going to surprise a friend of mine for his birthday.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   He doesn’t know.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Someone else planned another birthday party for him on Saturday - the same day.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Someone else planned another birthday party for him on Saturday - the same day.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Another deaf friend’s birthday is on the seventeenth, as well.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Another deaf friend’s birthday is on the seventeenth, as well.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   There’s a woman, she looks just like people used to look in former times.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   “What did you give him in return?”, he asks.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   She looks back at him and goes, “What do you think, am I the baker or what?
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   On Saturday night, a pretty well-known man is coming, Ulrich Hase.
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m[MG]wer[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   On Saturday night, a pretty well-known man is coming, Ulrich Hase.
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mwer[MG]ulrich hase
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I looked at her and went, “I don’t even need a map, I just figure it out when I’m there or ask the people.“
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m[MG][MG]leutefrage
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Even though she could hear, she didn’t ask for anything but instead took her map with her.
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mobwohlhörendleu{te}frage
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Usually you just go somewhere and meet new people.
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mmeist[MG]neuleutekennenlernen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   There were 60 people who are all leaving school. It was packed.
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msechtzigentlassen[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   If you were able to understand something with that, then yes, but if you don’t get anything, it’s senseless.
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mwerverst{ehen}ja
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   One to two hundred people stormed into the basement and the tsunami rolled after them.
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mhundertzweihundertt{s}u{n}ami[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   I had to laugh and couldn't believe it when I caught this from a guy I know.
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m[MG]vonein
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   I mean the one who's in a one-euro job himself.
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mjobselbst
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   Also, the people in one-euro jobs, different kinds of people, work for different companies, but get paid by the government.
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m[MG]ein euro job
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's like having the employees work for free.
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mwiefreiumsonst
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's like having the employees work for free.
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mfreiumsonst
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   People in one-euro jobs are moved back and forth whichever way it's best for the company and thanks to the state that pays them, the company is doing fine.
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mgutläuftdurchdankstaat
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   The employer doesn't give them a chance.
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mwiearbeitgeberchefwie
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   Some of the experts who know what's behind the numbers, see more, though.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   One interpreter is good, the other not so much.
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mgut[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   I need an interpreter when I’m at the notary, and both of them have to get paid.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   When Turkish people come into the Deutsche Bank speaking Turkish, he will talk to them because he can speak and write a bit of Turkish.
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mtürkei[MG]deutsche bank
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   As if I needed her/
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mbrauchen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   They can take between 20 and 50 people.
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mfünfzigperson
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Imagine this: You know the interpreters from Schleswig-Holstein and how they sign, but you don’t know others from, say Hamburg or somewhere else.
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mkennstdolmetscher[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   She interprets but the communication doesn’t really work; you don’t understand each other. I would let her know that it doesn’t work and that I would rather not work with her again.
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m[MG]person[MG]andere
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   I prefer to use the same interpreter every time.
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m[MG]immereinstamm
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   She is the interpreter I regularly use.
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m[MG]immerstamm
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   But I really prefer it when the interpreter I use regularly works for me.
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m[MG]bestimmt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   If you compare an interpreter with a degree to a person who is an assistant/
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mwennvergleich[MG]übersetzungassistenz
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   In primary school there was someone who regularly visited Winnenden.
r$INDEX1*SCHOOL1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*PERSON1$GEST-OFF^*MAIN1A^TO-GO-THERE1
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mgrundschuleein[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   That's so true, it depends on the people.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   There was this one teacher I really disliked! He always made us go to church!
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mein[MG]immer
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   I’ve already talked to one of them and they said, “Sure, why not.“
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mschon[MG][MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   I also thought about inviting some deaf people to my apartment to celebrate New Year’s together.
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mwohnungeinladensilvester
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   How many people were you thinking of inviting?
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mwollenwie vielperson
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Deaf people love to hike.
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mwillwandern
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   And they’ll tell us what we’re looking at and stuff?
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mgewesenauf
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   You need to meet with an interpreter.
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mdolmetscher
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   You need to contact the person who organizes that KoFo.
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mwer[MG]kofo
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Because at an earlier seminar concerning the topic of women, the person who had chosen the topic had to find another person to give the lecture.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   But some deaf people just don’t understand that.
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mabermanchmalnichtverstehen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   Hey, let me ask you: Is it an all inclusive ticket for one person?
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   There had been a man named Peter Fechter who had wanted to flee from East to West Germany.
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mwaseinmannhat gesagtpeterfechter
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   It’s where the teachers write down what the children did that day, and I have to answer.
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mlehrerwasantworten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   Those were his rules.
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m
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   As I was filing or something, a fat man who had a speech impediment stood next to me.
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m[MG]sprachbehindert
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   Nothing was oral, so that was great, and we were signing at school as well.
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mschülervoll
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   The teacher didn’t sign at all, he just spoke without using his hands.
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mlehrernull
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   Only from fifth grade onward did we get a teacher who could sign.
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mdannlehrerkann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   Most of them knew each other from Nuremberg, I was basically the fresh meat.
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mtreffvollfrisch
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   Once, one of our teachers was on the phone and we wanted to get their attention by shouting and waving.
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mlehrer
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_13 | 31-45f   They recognized that some people detest physics, but are excellent in technology.
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mgrundbeispielgibtphysik[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_14 | 46-60m   She is the only person I remember.
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mein[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   There were some reforms concerning the unemployed that receive unemployment pay four or five years ago. There were a lot of different changes also concerning Hartz 4.
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marbeitslosbetroffenarbeitslosengeld
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   I heard that people with disabilities, which includes deaf people, get paid two-euros an hour.
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mbehindertoderbehindertzum beispiel[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   I remember a sportswoman from Japan got raped.
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mundandereweißjapan[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   In the end, even the Italian organizers apologized to us.
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mselbstitalienorga{nisieren}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I was closest to a boy who was Deaf to the core, because he was the son of deaf parents.
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mechtelternsohn
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I was closest to a boy who was Deaf to the core, because he was the son of deaf parents.
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msohn[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   My friends' deaf parents taught me a lot - I am really thankful for that.
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manderkontakteltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   My friends' deaf parents taught me a lot - I am really thankful for that.
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m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Deaf or hearing role models?
rINDEFINITE1^*DEAF1APERSON1*OR4B*HEARING1A*OR4B*
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m[MG]oderhörend[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Right, there is one deaf person who's my role model.
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mjaein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Right, there is one deaf person who's my role model.
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mjaeinvorbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   He has a great attitude and personality.
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mverhaltencharakter[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I am really grateful for his effort; that's why he is my role model.
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mdankbarvorbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I am really grateful for his effort; that's why he is my role model.
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mdankbarvorbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I am really grateful for his effort; that's why he is my role model.
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mvorbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   No, he is from Frankfurt.
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mfrankfurt
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   No, he is from Frankfurt.
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mfrankfurt
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I didn't meet the guy from Frankfurt and other interesting people from whom I could learn new things until I moved to Essen.
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m[MG][MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Only the ones from the famous people.
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mbekanntfür
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I know famous ones like Queen Elizabeth.
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mmeistequeen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   It hasn‘t anything to do with coming from Slovakia.
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mdurchpersonslowakeinichts zu tun
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   There should be more people who participate in these events.
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mmehr
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   All of the six awards from the Cultural Days went to men, not a single woman won.
rTO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO-BOTTLE1*TO-BELIEVE2A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:6dPERSON1*BEST1ONLY2ATEAM-OR-CREW1^*
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mglaubesechsbestenuralle
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   For him, about ten people are ideal.
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mnurzehnpersonkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I was so scandalized, so now, they have a big remark in their book that I, Mrs. Jauering, can’t wait. Big and fat and underlined in read.
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mschreibenbemerkungfrau jauering
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I was so scandalized, so now, they have a big remark in their book that I, Mrs. Jauering, can’t wait. Big and fat and underlined in read.
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mfrau jaueringkönntenichtwarten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   I agree completely with you, he was really unique.
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meinmaligeinmalig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Yes, he really was one of a kind.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   I think there are many who are affected.
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mbetroffen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I was able to gain some experience with interpreters at court, though. There was an interpreter at the court hearing about my right of access to my child.
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mumgangdolmetsch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   They didn't know many people, and didn’t have much contact to others, but that’s how it is with elderly people.
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msowaraltel{eute}alteleut
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   When I ask the other one, she can tell me who is singing, because she recognizes the voices.
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mantwortnamensingkenn
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Certain people taught me some useful things.
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maberper{son}bestimmt[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Or they wrote down for me ‘8:30 am’.
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moderschreibenachtuhr
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Peter Scheifele doesn’t offer trips any longer, does he?
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msch{eifele}peterscheifele
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I met him once personally.
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mpersongewesen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   It’s interesting that sunflowers were his favorites.
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m[MG]person
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Then some kids, who I was allowed to appoint before hand, picked me up from my room.
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mauswählenwer[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Then some kids, who I was allowed to appoint before hand, picked me up from my room.
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m[MG]mich
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   When #Name4 left, only then was there an opening of a free spot.
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mein#name4#name4
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The rest of the group also starts to debate about the possibilities.
rTO-CHANGE2C^*PERSON1*ALSO1AOPINION1ADISCUSSION1B*
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mandersleuteauchmeinung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   All in all, there are eight keys for four rooms, because each person receives their own key.
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mschlüsselvierjederschlüssel
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   One of the eight travelers also has a phone.
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mleuteda
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   There’s no way eight people can sleep in two rooms. Only two people can fit in each room.
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mschaffennichtachtleutezimmer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   How is that supposed to work with eight people?
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mwieachtleutewie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   If I meet new people, at international parties for example, I want to know more about them and their sign language.
rTO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB2*PERSON1WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1PERSON1*I2*TO-SIGN1G*
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mkennenlernenwas
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Later, I communicated with friends using sign language and gestures.
rFRIEND7*AMONG-EACH-OTHER3TO-GET-TO-KNOW1*PERSON1*MORE1LIKE3BGESTURE1
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mfreundekennenlernen[MG]wiegestik
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   So that’s how it went until I met my friends.
rIF-OR-WHEN1AI1*FRIEND7PERSON1*TO-MEET2B*
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mwennfreundetreff
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   I was allowed to sign with my friends, because my parents knew that this was our way of communication.
rI1WITH1A*FRIEND7PERSON1*ALLOWED2A*PERSON1*TO-SIGN1A*
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mmitfreundedarf[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   I was allowed to sign with my friends, because my parents knew that this was our way of communication.
rFRIEND7PERSON1*ALLOWED2A*PERSON1*TO-SIGN1A*$INDEX1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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mfreundedarf[MG][MG]weiß
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   But that was particularly interesting for me, because my parents expected me to speak to deaf people with CIs, so that they would be able to know what was happening.
rWHAT1B*IF-OR-WHEN1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:1dPERSON1*CI1PRESENT-OR-HERE1CAN2A^*
l
mwaswennei{ne}c-idaund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Then, there’s the personal budget.
rUNTIL-NOW3B*OFF1A*PERSON1*BUDGET1
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mabpersönlichesbudget
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   First of all, I could file a suit for the personal budget - that's obvious.
r$LIST1:1of1dI1TO-SUE1BPERSON1*BUDGET1CLEAR1A
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mklagenpersönlichesbudgetklar
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   It's too bad that they rather believed in what the witnesses said than in what I had to say.
rON-PERSON1*TO-LOOK-AT2^WITNESS3PERSON1*GOT-YOU-OR-TO-FALL-INTO1$INDEX2AS-OR-THAN1*
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mzeuge[MG]als
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Yet, if I file a suit myself, they'll be in trouble.
r$ORAL^I1TO-SUE1APERSON1*$INDEX1TO-BE-IN-HOT-WATER1^$GEST-OFF^
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maberklagepers{önlich}[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   It was so different, even their culture was completely unlike anything I knew.
rWEIRD1PERSON1*AREA1A*$GEST^YES1A*
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m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Right at that moment, a group was looking for a dancer who was already famous.
r$INDEX1GROUP1A*TO-SEARCH1*PERSON1*TO-DANCE5SELECTION1HWELL-KNOWN3A
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msuchentanzbekannt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Right at that moment, a group was looking for a dancer who was already famous.
rTO-DANCE5SELECTION1HWELL-KNOWN3APERSON1*
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mtanzbekannt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   I saw Kennedy in person there.
r$NAME*$GEST^PERSON1*TO-SEE1
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mkennedypersönlichgesehen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Was it a hit man?
rASSIGNMENT1B$GEST-OFF^TO-OPPRESS1B^*PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^
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mauftrag[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   He was a foreigner and spoke very distinctly, better than the Germans.
rPERSON1*MAN1*ABROAD2*$INDEX1*
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m[MG]mannausländer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   He was a foreigner and spoke very distinctly, better than the Germans.
rGREAT1AAS-OR-THAN3GERMAN1*PERSON1*
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m[MG]alsdeutsche
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   That other guy shot him and afterwards himself on purpose.
r$INDEX1PERSON1*PURPOSE2B*$PRODHARD1A^*
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m[MG]durch absichthat
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Some people behave utterly obnoxious and really radical.
r$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^SOMETIMES3*PERSON1*POSSIBLE1*BEHAVIOUR2LIKE3A*
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m[MG]manchmal [MG]perso{nen}unmö{glich}verhaltenwie
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   It has nothing to do with the warm feeling you get because of a person.
rSIDE-OF-THE-BODY1PERSON1*IN-ORDER-THAT1FEELING3^*
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mseitepersondamitnicht zu tun
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   For instance, when I meet two people who are smoking, the smell meets my nose and it smells so bad.
rTO-SAY1EXAMPLE1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dPERSON1*PERSON1TO-SMOKE1AI1
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mbeispiel[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   But I also heard of some deaf workers, women and men alike, who work in a company that produces cigarettes.
rSEVERAL1DEAF1ATO-WORK1PERSON1*WOMAN1AMAN6*TO-WORK1*
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meinigear{beiten}fraumannarbeiten
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   I think we were about six people, but we didn't sleep in one place. We stayed at private home - like with families.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*TO-BELIEVE2A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:6dPERSON1*TO-THROW1^*PRIVATE1A*HOUSE1A*
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m[MG]glaubesechspersonauseinanderprivathaus
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They summoned a team in protective clothing down to the nuclear reactor.
rPERSON1*MAN1*WHISTLE1$PROD
l
mmann[MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   My parents decided that the first step would be to get in contact with other people affected by Usher’s syndrome.
r$GEST^$INDEX1CONTACT2BPERSON1*HEARING1AALSO3A*USHER-SYNDROME3*
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mkontakthörendauchusher
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They watched movies about people who are affected, read lots of books until they fully understood what Usher’s syndrome means.
rPERSON1*$GEST^MORE1^*AFFECTED2
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mbetroffen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She suggested we should directly talk to other people who had Usher’s syndrome and had gotten the surgery.
rCAN2BEASY1DIFFERENT1PERSON1*AFFECTED2PERSON1$INDEX1
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mkanneinfachanderspersonbetroffen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She was an expert.
rPERSON1*TO-MASTER1*
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m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Usually, six people sat at one table during lunch.
rGOOD1^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:6d*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:6dPERSON1*I1TO-SIT-FACING-SB1*I1*
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mse{chs}sechssitz sitz
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   I also met a lot of international deaf people, for example from Japan and the US, as well as other exceptional people and signed with them.
rDIFFERENT2INTERNATIONAL1PERSON1*JAPAN1DIFFERENT2COUNTRY1A*
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mandereinternationaljapan
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   And the other way round, of course. When hearing people watch deaf people, they often think they are fighting. But they are just having a conversation.
rEAR1^HEARING1AWORLD1*PERSON1*TO-SEE1*DEAF1ASOMETIMES1*
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mhörendweltmanchmal
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   The acoustician, the hearing aid acoustician needs information.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dHEARING-AID1^PERSON1*HEARING-AID1^INFORMATION1*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
makustikerakustikerinfo
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   Even though all of this happened 40 years ago, a lot of people still know and think about JFK.
rVERY2*FAMOUS2BPERSON1*
lON-PERSON1*
msehrberühmtperson
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   A youngster made this film.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1*YOUNG1*I1*TO-MAKE2
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meinjugendlichgemacht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   There were three shooters?
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3dPERSON1*$INDEX1TO-SHOOT1D*
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mdreipersonen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   There is no way that three people arranged which one of them is going to shoot JFK.
rPERSON1*TO-ARRANGE1TO-SHOOT1E*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
mdrei
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   For young people, the evening event is the most impressive, I'd say.
rYOUNG1PERSON1*SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A*I1TO-IMPRESS1
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mjugend{liche}[MG]beeindrucken
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   There were three groups, all from the south, from around Munich.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3dSOUTH1B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3dPERSON1*MUNICH1BAREA1A*
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mdreidreimünchen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   For instance, they went on stage and made a totally normal, reasonable announcement.
rBEGINNING1A$PRODWAS1PERSON1*USUAL1*REASON-OR-PRUDENCE1TO-SIGN1G
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manfang[MG]warvernünftig[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I didn't like to have my own teacher; I already knew him and I didn't want him as my teacher.
rTO-HIRE1A*I2TO-REJECT2PERSON1*PERSON1*SAME5TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*
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meinsetzen[MG]dasselbekennen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I didn't like to have my own teacher; I already knew him and I didn't want him as my teacher.
rI2TO-REJECT2PERSON1*PERSON1*SAME5TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*ON-PERSON1*
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m[MG]dasselbekennen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   It was a small barbecue; there were approximately 30 to 50 people attending it. That was it.
rTO-BARBECUE1A*PARTY1B*SMALL6*PERSON1*ENOUGH3USUAL1*AVERAGE1A*
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mgrill[MG]kleinpersonnormaldurchschnitt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I put the plate in front of that person and s/he liked it.
rGOOD1^*DEAF-MUTE1*PERSON1*I2TO-BRING1A^*$PROD
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mtaubstumm
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   So now I had to make pasta salad for 24 people.
r
lFOR1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:4$NUM-TENS1:2PERSON1*
mfürvierundzwanzigpersonen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   So you cooked for 24 people!
rYOU1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4$NUM-TENS1:2PERSON1*PERSON2A*
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mvierundzwanzigpersonen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   The leader of the senior gathering was with me on the train which arrived from Munich.
rCIRCLE1A*
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   She saw under how much pressure he was.
rSTRESS2
l$INDEX1ALSO1A*TO-SEE1*PERSON1*
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I already talked about it with a hearing friend who I know very well. He said,/
rBOTH2A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1DEAF1A*PERSON1*I1QUESTION1*CONVERSATION2^*
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mein[MG]fragen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   The hearing people criticised them for it.
rHEARING1A*PERSON1*TO-CRITICISE1A*ON-PERSON1*
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mhörenkritikauf
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   There are hearing people who want their child to be a boy or a girl or especially smart.
rTO-OWN1*HEARING1APERSON1*$INDEX1SELF1A*TO-WISH1B
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m[MG]hörendewunsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   How do you choose a donor?
r$GEST-NO-IDEA1^*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1SELECTION1F*PERSON1*TO-DONATE1^*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*$GEST-OFF^*
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mwieauswahlspend{er}wie
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   That means that I don’t have to keep in contact with these weird people.
rMUST1*I1WEIRD3*PERSON1*$INDEX1*I2MUST1*
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mmuss[MG]muss nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   There were a few students with a CI whose parents were deaf.
rRENDSBURG1A*SEVERAL1SCHOOL1D*PERSON1*ALSO1ACI1ALSO3A
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meinigeschülerauchc-iauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Then, the hearing society will view the disability as natural.
rLIKE3A*FOR1*HEARING1APERSON1*ALSO1A*LIKE3A*$GEST-NM^
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mwiefürhörendauch[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   On the other hand hearing people are quite shy.
rBUT1*HE-SHE-IT2*HEARING1A*PERSON1*ALSO1AVERY6*SHY4
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maberhö{rend}auch[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   One of them was very interested in signing.
rSUDDENLY4*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1*$INDEX1*INTEREST1A*TO-SIGN1B
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m[MG]ein[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   At some point, one just knows everything about one another.
rTO-SEE-EACH-OTHER1*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*PERSON1*PROCEEDING1^*SAME2A$GEST-OFF^*
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mkennenper{son}selbe
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It’s like they’re not even there.
r$GEST-OFF^*INTERPRETER1*GONE-TO-VANISH1*
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mdolm{etscher}unsichtbar
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   And then there would be someone else, accompanying it with German Sign Language.
rTO-DIVIDE-IN1A^$NUM-ORDINAL1:2PERSON1*DGS1TO-SIGN1C
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md-g-s[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   That’s why a few people intensively engage themselves in it.
rTHUS1$INDEX1PERSON1*RESEARCH1C*
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m
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Depending on the individual, of course.
rOR1*DISTINCT1*PERSON1*DEPENDENT3*PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^
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moderabhängig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Depending on the individual, of course.
rDISTINCT1*PERSON1*DEPENDENT3*PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^
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mabhängig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   You proposed that in the best case, two deaf students would be in a class together.
rIMAGINATION1ASUGGESTION1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dPERSON1*DEAF1A*
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mvorst{ellung}vorsch{lag}zwei
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Simply so one would have different people to talk to and exchange opinions with.
rLIKE3B*DISTINCT1PERSON1*TO-SIGN1A*ALSO1A*DISTINCT1*
l
mwieverschiedenauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   However they have the convenience of being taught by a deaf teacher and, through that, exposure to the culture.
rRATHER1*DEAF1ATEACHER2*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*CULTURE1A*$GEST-OFF^*
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mlieberkultur
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It used to be the case that deaf/ no, hearing people used to tease deaf people and amuse themselves at their expense.
rDEAF1ANO1AHEARING1APERSON1*TO-SEE1*DEAF1ATO-HOAX-SB1*
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mhörend
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Even elderly people like to do it.
rOFTEN1B*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*OLD2CPERSON1*GLADLY1*TO-SIGN1A*TO-LEARN1*
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moftaltgerngebärden
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   What’s also noticeable with elderly deaf people:
rALSO1APAST-OR-BACK-THEN1OLD2CPERSON1*DEAF1A
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mauchfrüheralt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Because one is already in contact with deaf people at school.
rREASON4B*ALSO1A*SCHOOL1APERSON1*DEAF1ATHERE-IS3
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mgrundauchschülergibt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   But the real reason was made public by his husband.
rSTRAIGHT1B*
lWHO2*PERSON1*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*ON-PERSON1*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   Hearing people who are in an apprenticeship have classes much more regularly, thus they can’t just take that time off.
r$GEST^EDUCATION1HEARING1B*PERSON1*TO-ACCEPT-STH3A*$GEST^ROW1^*
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mausbildung[MG]bestimmt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   My company was pretty small; we were about 30 people.
r$INDEX4*SMALL11*I1PERSON1*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^$NUM-TENS2A:3dPERSON1*
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mkleinfirmapersonenvielleichtdreißigpersonen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   My company was pretty small; we were about 30 people.
rPERSON1*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^$NUM-TENS2A:3dPERSON1*$GEST-OFF^
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mpersonenvielleichtdreißigpersonen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   One interpreter can’t manage that alone.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1*TO-ACCOMPLISH1A*NOT3A*
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meinschafftnicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They were just farmers who wore thicker clothes.
rONLY2A*FARMER1*PERSON1*POPULATION2$PROD
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mnurbauer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They are completely unaware that they dress similarly, though.
r$INDEX1THROUGH2A*PERSON1*NO1B$INDEX1AWARE1
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mdu{rch}[MG]bewusst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Trump who's from Brasil, as well as/
r$INDEX1*BRAZIL1SELF1A*PERSON1*LIKE3B*
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mbrasilienselbwie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   It is cut open for the operation but continues growing afterwards.
rMUST1A^*ALREADY1A*PERSON1*$PROD
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mschon
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   Personally, I see.
rPERSON1*PERSON1$GEST^*
l
mpersönlichach so
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   The doctor looked at me like I was drunk.
rTO-LOOK-AT1*I1LIKE4APERSON1*INTOXICATED3*I2
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mwiebesoffen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   If she had been there, I would have come in in second place.
rPERSON1*WOULD-BE1$NUM-ORDINAL1:2dI2
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mwärezweiich
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   But what you really need are four good athletes.
rTO-LIST1A^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4PERSON1*
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mvier
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   There were deaf people there with whom I could talk.
rTALK2A
lDEAF1A*PERSON1*
mgehörlosen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   One plays skat one day, rummy the next.
rSKAT2SIDE-OF-THE-BODY2*SKAT2
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   A very famous starred chef works there.
rTO-COOK1CELEBRITY1TO-COOK1*PERSON1*A-WHOLE-LOT2*$LIST1:3of3d
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mkochstarkoch[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   Then, someone in Wuppertal heard that I was supposedly quite good at soccer.
rI1^*TO-PLAY2*GOOD1PERSON1*FOOTBALL1A*VERY6
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m[LM:ah]sp{iel}gutfussb{all}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   I‘ve known one person/
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*PERSON1*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*
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meinkenn
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   He was an important figure.
r$INDEX1*BIG3A*PERSON1*
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mgroßpersönlich{keit}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   I felt obligated to watch one of his performances and he was absolutely great.
rDUTY4CLEAR1B*BIG3A*PERSON1*GOOD1
l
mklargroßperson[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   He was spectacular at performing on stage and the way he talked and worked with people was great.
r$INDEX1*TO-STAND1A^DONE1APERSON1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*TO-SPIN8^*TO-AVOID2
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mauftrittpersonwieumgang
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   There were more presentations and lectures during the last Culture Days, but during these, they had a greater variety this time.
rLITTLE-BIT4$INDEX1MORE1PERSON1*LECTURE1MORE1
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mwenigmehrpersonmehr
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   But those awards and the ceremonies are a symbol of respect and a lot of/
rTO-HONOUR1AMEANING1*RESPECT-ASL1*PERSON1*ALSO1A$GEST-OFF^*MUCH-OR-MANY1B*
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mehrungbedeutetauchaber
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Yes, for example, do you remember that one girl who organized almost everything and was really active throughout the whole event?
r$GEST-AGREEMENT1^*EXAMPLE1$INDEX1PERSON1*AN1AGIRL1$INDEX1
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mbeispieleinmädchen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   It is more important to find a fitting school for the children.
rI1IMPORTANT1WHAT1BPERSON1*$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^$GEST-OFF^
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mwichtigwas
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Although, I know some people who sent their child to school at a later point in time because the child was extremely shy and quiet.
rTHERE-IS4PERSON1*I1^TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1APERSON1*
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mgibtschonkenn
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Although, I know some people who sent their child to school at a later point in time because the child was extremely shy and quiet.
rPERSON1*I1^TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1APERSON1*$INDEX1*LATE1TO-GET-IN1
l
mschonkennspät
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   It depends on the child.
r$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^LIKE4A^*DEPENDENT3PERSON1*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   All children with sign language competence should be in one class.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1BCOMPETENCE1PERSON1*TOGETHER1A*
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mgebärdensprachkomp{etenz}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   If there were students who stayed at school for eight hours, they‘d take another bus back home.
r$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d*THERE-IS3*PERSON1*HOUR2B*$INDEX1DIFFERENT1
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mzw{ei}gibtacht stundeander
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Doris Geist? No?
r$ALPHA1:DSPIRIT1PERSON1*NO1A
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mdorisgeist
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Ah, yes, the sturdy one from Bremen.
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1BPERSON1*WOMAN1A*CHUBBY1*BREMEN1
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m[LM:ah][MG]bremen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   We meet and talk at staff meetings only.
rONLY2BPERSON1*TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3^I2*TO-MEET1
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mnurperson{al}versammlung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   But every colleague would need to buy a webcam.
r$ORAL^MUST1PERSON1*COLLEAGUE1A*$INDEX1*$ORAL^
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mabermusskollegemuss
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Furthermore, I was good at making compromises.
rALSO1APERSON1*I1$GEST-OFF^LIKE3A*
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mauchperson[MG]wie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Other deaf people have told me that the water came up close to their doorstep.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1PERSON1*$INDEX1*I2TO-TELL3A*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Maybe those deaf people have very religious parents.
r$INDEX1DEAF1AI1PERSON1*$INDEX1PARENTS1B*PARENTS1B*
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me{ltern}eltern
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They get politically involved in the deaf community‘s favor.
r$INDEX1*DEAF1APOLITICS1*PERSON1*MEMBER2*PERSON1EQUAL6^*
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m[MG][MG]mitglied
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The pastor had to choose between working with the persons with disabilities or becoming the new priest for the deaf.
r$GEST-TO-PONDER1^DISABILITY7*PERSON1*OR5DEAF1A$INDEX1
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mbehindertoder
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Concerning a job assistance, it's important to work with the same person all the time, one with which you can cooperate well.
r$ORAL^IMPORTANT1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1*LIKE6*$GEST-TO-STAY-CALM1^*GOOD1*
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mauchwich{tig}einper{son}wiegleichbleibengut
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Do all students have to do different project? You don‘t all get to do the same ones, do you?
rCHILD2PERSON1*ALSO1AMUST1DIFFERENT2*
l
mkinderauchmussand{ers} and{ers} and{ers}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Unfortunately, my ASL skills have become pretty rusty, because there are just no opportunities for me to communicate in ASL here.
rTO-SIGN1ANONE3*
lWHO3WHO3PERSON1*$INDEX2I2
m[MG]werkein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   There were problems with personal assaults afterwards.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*$GEST-NM-TO-WIGGLE-ONES-HEAD1^DIFFICULT1PERSON1*TO-ATTACK1
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maber[MG]schwierigkeitenmit persönlichangriff
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   More than 6,000 people have died, been shot.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1D:6d$NUM-THOUSANDS1:1ALL2B*PERSON1*DEATH4*GUN1*ALREADY1B
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msechstausendpersonentot[MG]schon
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   People still came to the restaurant and observed the flooding from the inside.
r$PRODTO-LOOK-AT1*PERSON1*
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mglas[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   My colleague from work who I get along with well did not know how to sign at all.
rI1BOTH1*GOOD1PERSON1*REGULAR2AI1$INDEX1
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mstamm
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I think that one could better ask me or the deaf club whether somebody knows the robbers.
rFIRST1BQUESTION1*DEAF1BPERSON1*CLUB-OR-SOCIETY2AWHATEVER3*$GEST-OFF^
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mzu{erst}fraggehörlosvereinegal
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   But near the borders to the Czech Republic or Poland, nobody knows whether any criminals are coming over to us and who those people are.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BNOT1WHO3*PERSON1*$INDEX1$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^*
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mweißwer[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   You can either ride a boat or a rubber raft with six to eight people on it.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:7$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:6d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8dPERSON1*TO-SIT1A*
l
msechsachtpers{on}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Depending on how many people are coming I order the number of pieces.
r$GEST^*IF-OR-WHEN1A*HOW-MUCH5*PERSON1*ALL2C^
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mjawie vielpersonen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   For example if ten people are coming, I order eleven pieces of cake.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10PERSON1*I1TO-ORDER1AONLY2B
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mzehnpers{onen}bestellennur
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   The ADAC guy talked to a hearing guy from the repair shop.
rHEARING1A*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*PERSON1*$INDEX1*TO-SPEAK5A*$INDEX1*
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mhörenda-d-a-c[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   And there’s also an autograph session with the stars that’s included.
rINVOLVED1A*$INDEX1CELEBRITY1PERSON1*WITH1AAUTOGRAPH1*$INDEX1*
l
mmitstarpersonmitautogramm
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   I also went to the autograph sessions of the different stars.
r$INDEX1AUTOGRAPH1*CELEBRITY1*PERSON1*PUBLIC2I1*TO-GO-THERE2
l
mautogrammstaroffen[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   I think it’s for people who come there to sit down and relax.
rFOR1*TO-BELIEVE2B*FOR1*PERSON1*TO-COME1*TO-SIT1ATO-SWITCH-OFF-HEAD1*
l
mfürglaubfürleutekommensitzentspann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   It was a cheap offer for a seven day vacation for two people.
rDAY1B*FOR1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dPERSON1*CHEAP5
l
mtagefürzweipersonenbillig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   There are deaf people who say that it’s all bullshit.
rSEVERAL1*DEAF1A*PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^$GEST-NM^$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*
l
m[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I think the Germans didn't expect the GDR to play so strong.
rSTRONG1BTO-PLAY2*
lPERSON1*EXPECTATION1CSURPRISE2*
mstarkspielererwartetüberrascht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   No, we’re all just human, completely normal.
r$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^EQUAL1A*PERSON1*EQUAL8^*$GEST-OFF^*USUAL1*
l
m[MG]gleichfür michähnlichnormal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Some people knew that other countries existed, but didn’t really think about it.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2ADIFFERENT2PERSON1*CARELESS3A
lSEVERAL1
m[MG]wei{ß}an{dere}[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   In the east, one concentrated more on sports, education and everyone having the same personal rights.
r$LIST1:3of3dEQUAL8*LAW-OR-JUSTICE1EQUAL8*
lEDUCATION3*OR1*PERSON1*
mbildungpersönlichgleichrecht[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   After finishing school in the GDR, deaf people would immediately get a job.
rAND2B$INDEX1PERSON1*DEAF1A*PERSON1*GDR4
l
mund[MG]d-d-r
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   After finishing school in the GDR, deaf people would immediately get a job.
r$INDEX1PERSON1*DEAF1A*PERSON1*GDR4PERSON1*SCHOOL1A
l
m[MG]d-d-rschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   After finishing school in the GDR, deaf people would immediately get a job.
rDEAF1A*PERSON1*GDR4PERSON1*SCHOOL1ATHEN1ATO-DISMISS1
l
md-d-rschuledannentlassen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   They were allowed to leave the GDR one by one, but not with the entire family.
r$INDEX1TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^*DIFFERENT2*PERSON1*WHO2*FAMILY4*NO2B
l
mwerfamilie
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   They had an uncle in the west.
rUNCLE9*
lPERSON1*$INDEX1$INDEX1
m[MG]onkel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Then somebody joined us, a new face.
rTO-COME3*NEW4AFACE1PERSON1*TO-COME3*
l
m[MG]neugesicht[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   With this in mind, some deaf people having been international players, told me something interesting.
r
l$INDEX1DEAF1A$INDEX1PERSON1*DEAF1ANATIONAL3
mnational
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   Yes, he was arrested after he shot [Kennedy]. They caught him and then/
rTO-CATCH-SB1A*PERSON1*$INDEX1*TO-SHOOT1D*TO-GRAB1A^*
l$INDEX1
merwischt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   One couldn’t make out any faces anymore.
rPERSON1*FACE1*$GEST-OFF^TO-LET1*
l
mper{son}egal[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   The U.S. also has many people/
rAMERICA1*ALSO3AMUCH-OR-MANY1BPERSON1*
l
mamerikaauchviel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   My teacher encouraged me in this way.
rTEACHER2*SELF1A*PERSON1*ON-PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^TO-PROMOTE1A
l
mlehrerselbst[MG]fördern
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   In one of his movies, he gets the information via radio waves that everyone is deeply convinced that Martians are coming.
rROUND8^*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^LOCATION1A^*PERSON1*TO-COME1*
l
mmarsmenschenkommen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   There aren’t a lot of people, ten at most.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:10DEVIATION3^
l
mnicht vielepersonenzehn
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Suddenly I had disappeared, and my mother nervously asked, “Where’s Konrad, where, where, where?“
rMUM3TO-UPSET1*WHERE1A*PERSON1*I1*$ALPHA1:KWHERE1A
l
mmamaaufregungwokonradwo
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I would have loved to touch him.
rI2*TO-WISH2B*I2PERSON1*TO-SHAKE-HANDS3^*
l
mwünschichpersönlichkontakt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   A lot of young people live there.
r$INDEX1PRIMARILY1*YOUNG1PERSON1*
l
m[MG]jugendliche
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Because blowfish are actually poisonous and you usually can't eat them, you have to have a cook who is specifically trained to prepare that fish dish for you.
rMUST1PERSON1*METICULOUS1^*GOOD1^*EDUCATION1
l
mmussspezialausbilden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   I had no clue who would be the next pope.
rPERSON1*I1NOTION1WHO4*
l
mkeine ahnungwer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Many deaf people who grew up in the hearing world got an insight into the deaf community and realized they felt comfortable there.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1AEXAMPLE1DEAF1APERSON1*$INDEX1TO-GROW-UP1AHEARING1B
l
mvielbeispielaufwachsenhörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Students have to be offered different possibilities, so they can choose freely.
rALSO1B*POSSIBLE1*WHERE1AOR3^DISTINCT1*
lFOR1PERSON1*
mauchmöglichfürwo[MG]verschieden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There are also hearing people that don't like reading.
rTHERE-IS3*
lTO-HEAR2*PERSON1*ALSO1ANOT3AGLADLY1
mgibthörendeauchnichtgern
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   That's why you can easily see that they don't read much.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
l$INDEX1CLOSE-MOUTH1^*LITTLE-BIT4*PERSON1*TO-READ-BOOK1A*YES1A
mzuweniglesenjastimmt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Professional surfers, real surf stars from Hawaii or elsewhere come and really want to ride that wave.
rHAWAII2*OR5*PERSON1*BEEN1*TO-WANT2*
l$INDEX1$INDEX1
mhawaiioderwill
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   The feelings of the people differ a lot.
rDISTINCT1FEELING2AFEELING3PERSON1*VERY7*$GEST^
l
mverschiedengefühl[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   The great thing was that he contacted all of the parents and collected donations.
rON-PERSON1WHAT1BPARENTS1APERSON1*CONTACT2A*$GEST-COME-HERE-OR-GIVE-IT-TO-ME1B^*TO-DONATE1*
l
mwaselternkontakt[MG]spende
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I felt like there was no room for our free, personal development.
rAND2A*SELF1A*FREE2BPERSON1*FREE2^*PROCEEDING1ATO-PROMOTE1B
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mundselbstfreipersönlicheentfaltungfördern
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I barely got anything out that was coherent. Only something like, “The people in Afrika are poor.”
rAFRICA1$INDEX1POVERTY4*PERSON1*DONE1A
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mafrikadaarmeleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Even though there are other younger people coming up, they are still my role models until today.
rI1$INDEX1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*PERSON1*TO-COME3^*GOOD1*
l
mzwei[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   At that point, it crossed my mind to contact the clubs once again to ask how many club members would attend the bowling.
r$GEST-OFF^TO-WANT5*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2APERSON1*TO-COME2*TO-LET-KNOW1A*HOW-MUCH5*
l
mwolltewissenpersonenwie viel
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Sitting there were the job centre’s employee, someone from the health department, the school principal, a teacher and a PE teacher.
r$LIST1:2of2d*HEALTHY6B*CAN1^*PERSON1*$LIST1:3of3dTEACHER2*BOSS1B*
l
mgesundheitsamtlehrerchef
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   He was good with the spoken language, so he could read the hearing teacher’s lips.
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED2*PERSON1*HEARING1A*PERSON1*TEACHER1*
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mheißthörendelehrer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   He was good with the spoken language, so he could read the hearing teacher’s lips.
rPERSON1*HEARING1A*PERSON1*TEACHER1*$INDEX1*LIKE3B
l$INDEX1
mhörendelehrerwie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   There were two people in my class who wanted to become carpenters after they finished school, but I didn’t want that.
rI1*NOT3B*PERSON1*
lYOU-PLURAL1A
m
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   This exhibition displays numerous people who fought in the world wars.
rDISTINCT1*AGAINST3A^*
l$INDEX1DISTINCT1*PERSON1*WAS1BEEN1
m[MG]versch{iedene}personwar{ge}wesen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   That way you get an impression of what the war might have been, and of what certain people did during the war.
rLIKE-THIS1A*
lTO-OBTAIN1*ALSO1AFOR1PERSON1*BEEN1*$INDEX1
mbekommauchfürpersongewesenso
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You are sitting in a streetcar like an idiot then and have people staring at you.
rPERSON1*STREETCAR2A*$PRODTO-LOOK-AT1*
l
mleutestraßenbahn[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Some people see it and think it’s cute how the deaf people use their sign language, and leave you alone.
r$INDEX1$INDEX1PERSON1*TO-SEE1$INDEX1*SWEET1
l
mleutesehen[MG]süß
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   When did you learn about the Stasi? Was it while the GDR was still existent? People/
rSTASI1CGDR4TO-MEMORISE1^PERSON1*
l
mstasid-d-r
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   Yet, the Stasi often had their people sitting in trucks.
r$GEST^TRABANT-$CANDIDATE-MVP12^BUT1*PERSON1*STASI1AREGULAR2ATYPICAL1*
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mtrabantaberstasistammtypisch
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   It’d be better if the deaf person complained themselves with the help of an interpreter/
rBETTER2*SELF1APERSON1*RESISTANCE1WITH1A*INTERPRETER3A
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mbesserselbstperson[MG]mitdolmetscher
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   They came by personally and spoke to the doctor about the problem in great detail.
rAND-THEN2*PERSON1*TO-COME3I1
l$INDEX1
mund dannpersonkomm
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   But with some people, I could communicate well. That made me feel relieved.
r$ORAL^DIFFERENCE1A^PERSON1*CAN1$INDEX1TALK2C*
l
maber[MG] verschiedenepersonenkonn
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   Barely anyone ever asked me anything.
rPERSON1*QUESTION1*RARELY2
l
mpersonfragselten
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   Yes, we had also been many more people in 1990, at least 20 people.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1AMAYBE3*$NUM-TENS2A:2PERSON1*$INDEX1
l
mzu viel[MG]zwanzigpersonen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   One elderly person told me about her experience but whether all of that is really true or not, I do not know.
rTO-SIGN1A*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dOLD5B*PERSON1*TO-LEARN-STH1A*$INDEX1
meinalterfahren
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   People of the regular staff are working in the barbecue and the chicken packing department.
rREGULAR2ATO-BARBECUE1A*
lI2*PERSON1*HIS-HER1
mleutestammgrill
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   Then we have 50 people in that group and another 50 people, so 100 guests in total.
r$NUM-TENS2A:5*PERSON1*PLUS1*$NUM-TENS2A:5*PERSON1*
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mfünfzigleuteplusfünfzigleute
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   Then we have 50 people in that group and another 50 people, so 100 guests in total.
rPERSON1*PLUS1*$NUM-TENS2A:5*PERSON1*TOGETHER1B*APPROXIMATELY1*$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1
l$INDEX1*
mleuteplusfünfzigleute[MG]ungefährhundert
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   I wasn’t interested in whether party officials were there or who stood up on the podium.
rCARELESS3A*WHO5I1PERSON1*CARELESS3A*I2$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
l
m[MG]werpersonen[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Ten years ago a discussion started about whether the person is a man or a woman.
rIF1PERSON1MAN1*PERSON1*OR6B*WOMAN1A
l
mobpersonmannoderfrau
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   The people/
rPERSON1*
l
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   I couldn’t possibly read the lips. They just spelled out the words, and that was that.
rI1PERSON1*POSSIBLE1*TO-READ-OFF1*WORD3*
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m[MG]ab{lesen}
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   One deaf person from Great Britain told me that those shoes looked good on me, but all the others didn’t.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dDEAF1A*PERSON1*FROM1*ENGLAND3$INDEX1*
l
mausengland
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I arranged a meeting with #Name3 and with someone else from Australia.
r$INDEX1*I2$NAMEPERSON1*OR5*ON-PERSON1*AUSTRALIA1*
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m[MG]#name3australien
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Someone from an exchange school came to teach ASL.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1$INDEX1PERSON1*TO-MOVE2*TO-COME1*TO-TEACH1*
l
mein
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   A few others, two, three, four of our class knew some ASL, too, so we shared what we knew and talked.
rPERSON1*ALSO3ATO-LIST1CI2*
l
mauch[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   A few others, two, three, four of our class knew some ASL, too, so we shared what we knew and talked.
rI2*SCHOOL1D*CLASS9PERSON1*CAN1ASL1TO-SIGN1G*
l
mschuleklassekanna-s-l[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   It’s located in the North of London. I knew a couple of people there, too.
r$INDEX-AREA1I1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*PERSON1*
l
mkenne
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   He’s celebrating with another girl.
rAN1APERSON1*GIRL2C*TOGETHER-PERSON1*ALSO3A*
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meinmädelauch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_05 | 46-60f   One of the people sent me the photos after the event.
rDISSOLUTION1ALATER2$INDEX1PERSON1*
lTO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2
m[MG]später
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   “Am I the electrician or what?”, the husband starts shouting again.
rI1PERSON1*ELECTRIC2GENUINE1PERSON1*
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michelektrikeroder was
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   “Am I the electrician or what?”, the husband starts shouting again.
rPERSON1*ELECTRIC2GENUINE1PERSON1*WHAT1A
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melektrikeroder was
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   And the teachers are the same once as in the old Realschule? [type of secondary school for ages 10 to 16]
r$GEST-NM-AGREEMENT1^AND2B*TEACHER1PERSON1*EQUAL4*OLD3*MIDDLE-SCHOOL1
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mundlehreraltrealschüler
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   And the teachers are the same once as in the old Realschule? [type of secondary school for ages 10 to 16]
rOLD3*MIDDLE-SCHOOL1$ALPHA1:LPERSON1*$INDEX1
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maltrealschüler
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   There are a lot of people with CIs.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1ACI1*MUCH-OR-MANY1APERSON1*
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mvielc-iviel
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   But there are doctors that do early tests to see if a child can hear with a CI or not.
rTHERE-IS3*PERSON1*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^PHYSICIAN1EXAMINATION2B*
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mes gibtarzt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   Just imagine being in there and suffering so bad.
rIMAGINATION3TO-LET2A*PERSON1*TO-SUFFER1AFEELING2^
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mvorstellen[MG]leiden[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   A young student was involved in quite a startling case.
rVERY7^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*TO-STUDY2PERSON1*YOUNG2*TO-BELONG1^*TO-COME1^*
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m[MG]einstu{dent}jung[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_06 | 31-45f   He shook hands with deaf people as well.
rBEEN1*TO-SHAKE-HANDS5A^DEAF1APERSON1*TO-SHAKE1*
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mgewesen[MG][MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   Others agreed with me that it was, indeed, a very sad story. They didn't react as cold as my coworker.
rBAD3A*$INDEX1*DIFFERENT1*PERSON1*NOT3ACOLD2*
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m[MG]andersnichtkalt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   They can take between 20 and 50 people.
r$NUM-TENS2A:2dUNTIL1$NUM-TENS2A:5*PERSON1*TO-HONOUR1A^*PERSON1
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mzwanzigbisfünfzigperson
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   I didn’t learn that in school. We only rarely used sentences with a lot of words in them.
rEMPTY1^MUCH-OR-MANY1A*RARELY2PERSON1*RARELY2$GEST-OFF^
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mseltenselten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   Sometimes it was great and sometimes bad to work together with the others, it always depends on the people.
rGOOD3BAD-OR-STALE2REASON4APERSON1*DEPENDENT3*
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mmanchmal gutmanchmal [MG]es kommt darauf anperson[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   He asked me how many of us would want to go to the movies.
rHOW-MUCH5*PERSON1*
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mwie vielperson
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   I thought about all the pressured people standing at the boarder.
rI1*TO-THINK1BPERSON1*THERE1BORDER1BHARD2^
l
michdachtepersondagrenzestreng
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   There were a lot of unemployed people we had to pay for.
rI1^TO-PAY2*$GEST-OFF^PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^
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mwirbezahlenpersonen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   What do you think, how many deaf people in Freiburg have a CI?
rCI1HOW-MUCH5*DEAF1APERSON1*
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   I don’t know who will be there.
rWHO6*PERSON1*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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m[MG][MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   But I need to wait to know whether my friends will come over to my place or not.
rEYE1^I1FRIEND7*PERSON1*IF4TO-WALK-FOUR-LEGGED-ANIMAL2
lTO-COME1^
mfreundeoblaufenludwigsburg
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   I’ll only send it to a few people that I always do things with, though.
rI1*REGULAR4BGROUP1A*PERSON1*REGULAR4B
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mstamm[MG]stamm
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   One other friend will come, as well, and another one, and a different one, yes, but I don’t know about the rest.
rDIFFERENT6*PERSON1*TO-COME1*DIFFERENT6*TO-COME1*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
mandereandere
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   But who would you invite?
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^WHO3*PERSON1*
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maberwer[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Just a couple of people that I know.
rEXAMPLE1TO-INVITE2*PERSON1*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*PERSON1*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dSEVERAL1
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Just a couple of people that I know.
rTO-INVITE2*PERSON1*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*PERSON1*$GEST^
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dSEVERAL1
m[MG][MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   But only few people can go up there.
rONLY2ASMALL2*SMALL9*PERSON1*
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mnur[MG]person
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   And I usually have to have a lot of people with me.
rI1TO-NEED1*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*PERSON1*
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mbrauchvielleute
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Yes, but who wants to join up?
r$GEST-OFF^WHO6*PERSON1*I2*$GEST^
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mjawer[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   You need to contact the person who organizes that KoFo.
rWHO6TO-ORGANISE2ADEAF-DISCUSSION-FORUM3*PERSON1*
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mwer[MG]kofo
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   One would need a team of 10 people who then put out a lot of information.
rLIKE3ATEAM2*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1C:10PERSON1*$INDEX1*INFORMATION2B
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mwieteamzehninfo
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   If the mouth is closed, oh well, people react differently to that.
rDISCREET1^$GEST^DIFFERENCE1BPERSON1*
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mstumm[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   Now, there's a cross with a floral wreath.
rHEADING1^*EVERYTHING1A*
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m[MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   It depended on the students.
rDEPENDENT4PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^*
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mab{hängig} abhängig
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   Back then, the teachers used the oral method to teach us, as well.
rWAS1TEACHER1*PERSON1*$INDEX1ORAL1*
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mlehreroral
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   As soon as he was there, everything had to be changed: everyone had to speak.
r$PRODREASON4B*PERSON1*$PRODTO-SPEAK5A*TO-ALTER1*
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mwegen[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   Those people with mental disabilities executed the easier tasks. They only had to move a lever.
rPERSON1*MENTALLY2*DISABILITY1LEVER2*
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mbehindert
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_13 | 31-45f   Now the finals for middle school are taken by groups of three people.
rSCHOOL1ATO-EXAMINE1ALONE1CPERSON1*NOT-ANYMORE1AMUST1*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
malleinmussdrei
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   There were some reforms concerning the unemployed that receive unemployment pay four or five years ago. There were a lot of different changes also concerning Hartz 4.
rAND5$INDEX1UNEMPLOYED1PERSON1*AFFECTED2PERSON1TO-WORK1*
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mundarbeitslosbetroffenarbeitslosengeld
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   They broke into someone's motorhome, too, with which they had come to Italy.
rDIFFERENT2EVERYONE1^*$INDEX1PERSON1*TO-BRING-ALONG1^*CAMPING-VAN2JOURNEY1C*
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mjemandwohnmobil[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   I remember a sportswoman from Japan got raped.
rSELF1A*SPORTS1$GEST-OFF^$INDEX1WOMAN3A*
lJOURNEY1B^*PERSON1*
m[MG]selbstsportlerinfrau
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   In the past, one was part of the team, now it is more about the individual athlete.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1TEAM-OR-CREW1TODAY1SINGLE1
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mfrühermannschaftheuteeinzel
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Back in the day, the team was a fixed group of people. Nowadays, the team spirit is missing.
rSOLIDARY1A^*TOGETHER7*TODAY1SINGLE1$GEST^
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mzu{sammen}heuteeinzel
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Yes, right, I am an only child.
rSELF1A*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*I1SINGLE1CHILD1*
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mstimmteinzelkind
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   I won the German ninepin bowling championship and the second place in the individual competition.
rTO-GET2$NUM-ORDINAL1:2dPLACE9SINGLE1$GEST-OFF^TO-GET2*
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mzweiteplatzeinzel[MG]hol holen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   They used to play one on one.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*SINGLE1DOWN1^AGAINST5B^*
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mfrühereinzel
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   No, it’s detached, a single-family house.
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^SINGLE1HOUSE1ASINGLE1*HOUSE1A*
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m[MG]einzelhauseinzelhaus
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There are strong athletes today, though more in the single's competitions, but the teams are still missing some members.
rTODAY1STRONG2B*PERSON1SINGLE1$GEST-OFF^*$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1METRE1*
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mheute[MG]abereinzelhundertmet{er}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   One can only have one-on-one conversations using a computer.
rSINGLE1$PROD
l
meinzel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I only had one secret friend. Struggling through that was hard for me.
rONLY2A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dSINGLE1FRIEND7TO-SPEAK3*SECRETLY1A*
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mnureinfreundinheimlich
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   They were allowed to leave the GDR one by one, but not with the entire family.
rMUST1*SINGLE1$INDEX1TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^*DIFFERENT2*
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mmusseinzel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   They were allowed to leave the GDR one by one, but not with the entire family.
rWHO2*FAMILY4*NO2BSINGLE1
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mwerfamilieeinz{eln}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   So only one of them, the man or the woman, was allowed to go to the matches.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*SINGLE1TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^SINGLE1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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mwe{nn}einzel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   So only one of them, the man or the woman, was allowed to go to the matches.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*SINGLE1TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^SINGLE1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dONE-OF-THE-TWO1^$INDEX1
l
mwe{nn}einzel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   So only one of them, the man or the woman, was allowed to go to the matches.
rWOMAN1ATO-CHANGE2B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dSINGLE1TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^*WOMAN1ATO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^*
l
mfrauumeinzelnfrau
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   There was only one building made out of concrete that was left standing.
rONLY2B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dSINGLE1HOUSE1APRESENT-OR-HERE1*$ALPHA1:B
l
mnureinhausdabeton
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Individually.
rSINGLE1*$GEST-OFF^
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m
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   No, it’s detached, a single-family house.
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^SINGLE1HOUSE1ASINGLE1*HOUSE1A*
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m[MG]einzelhauseinzelhaus
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   I got in second place in the single's competition.
rEXPECTATION1A*ATTENTION1A^SINGLE1*FIGHT1A$NUM-ORDINAL1:2dPLACE3
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merwarteeinzelkampfzweiterplatz
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   Yes, we won medals in the singles competition but it would have been nice to win as a team.
rI2*YES1A*SINGLE1*PRESENT-OR-HERE1^*$GEST-OFF^*TEAM-OR-CREW1
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meinzelabermannschaft
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I am an only child; my mother was a stay-at-home mom and therefore had a lot of time for me. She was the one who raised me.
rSINGLE1*CHILD1I2MOTHER5
l
meinzelkindmutter
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   You need to have someone there for each and every appointment, that’s true!
rMUST2APPOINTMENT1A
lSINGLE1*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
mmu{ss}einzelnterminstimmt
~ CITIZEN1
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   And the “Bürgerpark”.
rAND5*CITIZEN1PLANE1^$INDEX1
l
mbürgerpark
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   And a couple years later a civil war started in the US.
rSUDDENLY4*WAR1ATO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^*CITIZEN1WAR1A*
l
m[MG]kriegbürgerkrieg
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   Why did the civil war start?
rWAR1A
l$INDEX1CITIZEN1WHY1
mbürgerwarum
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Bürgerhaus?
rCITIZEN1HOUSE1A
l
mbürgerhaus
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The people’s health has to be protected so nothing bad happens.
rMORE1*HEALTHY6BPROTECTION1ACITIZEN1*IT-HAPPENS3NOT3B
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mmehrgesundheitsschutzpa{ssiert}nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   You can take wonderful walks in the “Bürgerpark”.
rBEAUTIFUL1ATO-GO2^*CITIZEN1*PARK1A*$GEST-OFF^*
l
msch{ön}spazierenbürgerpark
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   The politicians as well as we, the citizens, should take action. The politicians have to be just as engaged in and caring about these matters as we citizens.
rPOLITICS1EQUAL8*WE1ACITIZEN1*ALL2C$GEST-OFF^*
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mgleichwirbürgeralle
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   It was a time of great change.
rTIME7A*PERIOD1DTO-CONVERT2*CITIZEN1*WAR1A
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mzeit[MG]bürgerkrieg
~ CORPSE2
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   They took out the bodies and put them in a tub.
rCORPSE2*TO-GET1A*ROUND3A^TO-THROW1*
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mleiche[MG]wanne[MG]
~ INHABITANT1
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   I read, though, that people from Japan are used to earthquakes.
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mjapaneinwohnererdbeben
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   There are around 6,000 inhabitants.
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~ PATIENT1
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   If at the hospital bed the doctor realises that they are dealing with a deaf patient, they will call my department.
r$INDEX1DEAF1APHYSICIAN1*PATIENT1*CAN1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*IDEA2B
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m[MG]arztpatient[LM:ahh]
~ PEOPLE2
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   When she was alive she gave the world and the poor protection, love and support.
rWORLD1PROTECTION1APOVERTY2*
l$INDEX1FOR1PEOPLE2$INDEX1
mfürweltleuteschutzarme
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   The poor were glad when she visited.
rTOGETHER-PERSON2B^*POVERTY2
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marmefroh
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Hiring completely external people doesn‘t make any sense to me.
rFOREIGN1PEOPLE2TO-COME3*I1$GEST^
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mfremdleute[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   All teachers should be able to sign fluently, just like at Gallaudet in the US.
rMUST1A^PEOPLE2TEACHER2*CAN1TO-SIGN1G
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mdamitlehrerkann[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Most people were psychologists or so.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*PEOPLE2MAIN-POINT1APSYCHOLOGY1ADIVERSITY1
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mvielpsycho{log}[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   So I know a few of them that way.
rI1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*PEOPLE2
l
mkennen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Sometimes there are people who smoke very cautiously and try not blowing the smoke everywhere.
rSOMETIMES1PEOPLE2TO-SMOKE1ACLEAN1$PROD
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mmanchmalleutesauber
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Back in the day, through school in Essen/ There were just ordinary people in school in Berlin back in the day.
rSCHOOL1AAREA1A^EASY1PEOPLE2
l
mschuleeinfach
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   All kinds of different people live here.
rDISTINCT1PEOPLE2
l
mverschiedeneleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   All the people/ I mean the members that came, participated, too.
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malleleutemitgliedmitglied
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   All the people/ I mean the members that came, participated, too.
rWITH1A*MEMBER2MEMBER1PEOPLE2WITH1ATO-MAKE1ALSO3A
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mmitgliedmitgliedmitmachenauch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   When we were done with that, we came together as a group first.
rDONE1ATHEN1APEOPLE2COME-HERE1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:5FIRST-OF-ALL1B*
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mfertigleuteerst
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   We went on organizing until the results were in - 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th place and so on.
rTHEN1AALL1A^*PEOPLE2ALL1A*TO-WORK1STREAM1^*
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mwirleutearbeiten[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   All of the people were excited, as this was the first time we had such a party in Frankfurt.
rALREADY1A*PEOPLE2HAPPY1FRANKFURT1*$NUM-ORDINAL1:1d
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mschonleutefrankfurterste
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   The people, I mean, the members and helpers had to get more helpers fast.
rI1*PEOPLE2MEMBER1AND2BTO-HELP1*
l
mleutemitgliedundhelfer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   Those were the people who bartended and the helpers for the register. It all worked out.
rTOGETHER6^PEOPLE2TO-DRINK1TO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER2^*AND2A
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mleuteund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   The guests came in and the helpers had to pat them down and check their tickets.
rTO-COME2*PEOPLE2TO-HELP1TO-PAT-SB-DOWN3TO-EXAMINE1
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m[MG]helfen[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   We also talked about the event and how nice it was to party with all these people.
rGOOD1WAS1*BEAUTIFUL1APEOPLE2TO-CELEBRATE1*
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mgutwarschönleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   At the event organized by the soccer players there were many people, about 400, and the room was crowded.
rVERY6WAS1*$NUM-HUNDREDS1:4PEOPLE2MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*PRESSURE-TO-PRESS1A^$GEST^
l
m[MG]warvierhundertleuteverstopft[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   They think basketball players are weird people.
rPEOPLE2BASKETBALL2*WEIRD3
l
mbasketball[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   They let me see the doctor really quickly even though there were other patients waiting in the waiting room.
r$PROD$ORAL^DIFFERENT2*PEOPLE2$GEST^*TO-WAIT3ON-PERSON1*
l
mwieanderleutewarten
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   But only half the group is there.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1HALF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1*PEOPLE2
l
mdahälftedaleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The travel guide tells the hotel employee that there are eight people in total.
rI1$INDEX1HOW-MUCH5*PEOPLE2ALL2B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8dPEOPLE2
l
mwie vielleuteachtleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The travel guide tells the hotel employee that there are eight people in total.
rPEOPLE2ALL2B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8dPEOPLE2I1
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mleuteachtleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   They were usually sitting, but once they passed cheering people they stood up for waving and welcoming.
rTO-SIT1ATO-WANT5$GEST^PEOPLE2MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*$INDEX1TO-GET-UP1*
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msitzenwillleuteaufstehen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Right. There were six of us.
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msechsleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   Until I informed him that it was decided, he had already organized three other people to join.
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mholeninsgesamtdreileute
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   They take their citizens for idiots.
rPEOPLE2LIKE3AFOOLISH1TO-SELL1
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mleutewiedummverkaufen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   He had asked me and a few other deaf people whether we would set up an informational booth to advertise a little for Husum.
rQUESTION1*SOME1PEOPLE2DEAF1A*SELECTION1HREADY2A*
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mfragenbestimmt[MG][MG][MG]bereit
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   No, around 3000 people died or went missing.
rAPPROXIMATELY1AVERAGE1A$NUM-THOUSANDS1:3dPEOPLE2DEATH2*AND2ATO-MISS1
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mungefährdurch{schnitt}dreitausendleutetot tot totundvermissen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Then some of the guys got their legs and feet burned, because of the strong heat.
rSUDDENLY4*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dSEVERAL1*PEOPLE2BEEN1*TO-CUT7A^*BURN1
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m[MG]ein paarleutegewe{sen}verbrannt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Many people are unhappy, and demonstrate against nuclear power, for instance in Hamburg, Berlin, and Munich.
rALL2A*MUCH-OR-MANY1APEOPLE2$MORPH-UN5SATISFIED2ADEMONSTRATION3
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mallevielleuteunzufriedendemo
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   A lot of Japanese people were really generous, the hearing people also really appreciated the deaf people.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*PEOPLE2JAPAN2TO-SWARM1MUCH-OR-MANY1A
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mvieljapanviel
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They planned on bringing it to the storage facility, but the local residents wildly protested against it.
rLOCATION3*$INDEX1*PROTEST1*PEOPLE2NO1B*OUT3TO-REJECT2*
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mo{rt}[MG]leutenein[MG]ab ab
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I meet with other people and exchange thoughts.
rPEOPLE2TO-REPLACE1*
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mleuteaustausch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   It affects older people more often.
rMORE1*PRIMARILY1*OLD5APEOPLE2$GEST-DECLINE1^
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mmehr[MG]altleute
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I would say that it’s probably around forty people, maximum.
rROUGH1MAXIMUM2*$NUM-TENS2A:4*PEOPLE2$NUM-TENS2A:4*
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mgrobvierzigleutevierzig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The reason for our meetings is that a lot of people are alone.
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mgrundleutemeist
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Yes, so: once a year, a couple of people from Berlin, Hamburg and southern Germany meet up.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1SOME1*PEOPLE2USHER-SYNDROME4$INDEX1BERLIN1C*
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m[MG]paarleuteusherberlin
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She called the people who had gotten the surgery there.
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man{rufen}gewesen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The doors opened, we went through a door on the right and there were all the hospital staff and the anesthetist.
r$PRODOPEN-DOOR4BINTO2PEOPLE2LIKE3A*ANAESTHESIA1PHYSICIAN1
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m[MG]imwienarkosearzt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   There are a lot of people with Usher’s syndrome that you don’t really know about.
rPEOPLE2SEVERAL1*MUCH-OR-MANY1ATO-HIDE1A
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mvielversteckt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   From the vocational school in Essen, three deaf people alone flew to Cuba because of me.
rEXAMPLE1*PROFESSION1APEOPLE2ATTENTION1A^*APPROXIMATELY1^UNTIL-NOW3B
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mzum beispielberufsschülerglaubebis {jetzt}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I can’t remember them all.
rALL1A*TO-MEMORISE1PEOPLE2CAN1*
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malle[MG]kann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   And the people were also dressed like we would during carnival.
rPEOPLE2ALSO1A*LIKE3A*FASCHING1
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mleuteauchwiefasching
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   The city of Bremen invites international performers who then present their acts.
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mstadtzirkusinternational
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   It doesn't always have to be combined with a cabbage walk. You can cook the kale just like that, and eat it with your friends. That's how the elderly typically do it.
rTO-COOK1*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2OLD5A*PEOPLE2TYPICAL1*
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maltleute
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   People who worked at the harbor used to have really bad teeth back then, so they weren't able to eat meat anymore.
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mda{mals}hafenleuteschlechtzahn
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   From what one hears, most people say, that the politicians all suck.
rPEOPLE2I1EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C*PEOPLE2
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mleuteicherfahrungleute
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   From what one hears, most people say, that the politicians all suck.
rPEOPLE2I1EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C*PEOPLE2ALL2A^MOST1A*TO-SAY2B*
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mleuteicherfahrungleutemeistensagen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   That's what people say.
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mleutesagen[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   That's what people say.
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mleutesagen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Other deaf people are shocked and are asking, “Why did you get one, too?,” when deaf people get a CI.
rSELF1A*CI1MUCH-OR-MANY1APEOPLE2DEAF1A*SOLIDIFIED1^ALREADY1A
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mselbstc-ivieleleute[MG]schon
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   So we participants learned this way of dancing and could join in and try it ourselves.
rLIKE-THIS1ATO-TEACH1*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1PEOPLE2I1TO-DANCE5*WEIRD1*
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msowas[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   Even though all of this happened 40 years ago, a lot of people still know and think about JFK.
rSTILL4A*UNTIL-NOW1MUCH-OR-MANY1A*PEOPLE2TO-THINK1BTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AON-PERSON1*
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mnochbis heutevieleleuteweiß[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   People who can afford it financially to act in secret.
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mdareichkannbrauch
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Well, unfortunately it's just like that. If young people want to meet here frequently, they are free to do so.
r$GEST-AGREEMENT1^IF-OR-WHEN1AYOUNG1*PEOPLE2CAN2BTO-MEET2A*HERE1*
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m[MG]wennjungeleutekannhier
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I don't believe there are many people with CIs, though, it's pretty rare.
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mabervieleleutec-i
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   They told the people to get out.
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mleute[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Many were sent out.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*PEOPLE2TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1
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mviel[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It's so badly blocked that the water really builds up and people start panicking.
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mverstopft[MG]leute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   If they would have drawn the shoes evenly, everybody would think that they mean socks.
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mwunsch[MG][MG]leutesehendenkennur
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   So the people might think that even though they took off their shoes, it is still forbidden.
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mverbotendenkenleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   If I look at the people of today, it isn't looking good.
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manleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   Automatically the people contain themselves more when it comes to buying something.
rPEOPLE2MACHINE-AIDED2A*TO-RESTRAIN1B*TO-BUY1A
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mleuteautomatischkaufen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   We were still pretty young and I got to experience everything first hand.
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mwirjungleutefrischichmiterleben
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   Phi Phi is more of a backpacker island, so there’s people that just fly there, travel around and sleep someplace.
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mphi {phi}typischleutewiebackpacker
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   There is a demand for all deaf people to get a CI.
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mallec-ibeisp{iel}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Yes, right, one can imagine what it’d be like with a lot of people.
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mvorstellen[MG]viel
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   For hearing schools, the classes have about 25 students.
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mfünf{und}zwanzig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Before people used to say ”Boberg? I don’t know where that is.”
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mfrüherbobergwasleutesagbobergkenn nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   It is so that people do go outside, feel well, or things like that.
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mdurchleutewie
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   It can also concern older people.
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mbed{eutet}alteleuteauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   There would always be at least two people.
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mmalzweileute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They would have to adjust to the pants that are hanging so low.
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mwegenleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   I think there are more people today who simply wear whatever they feel like wearing.
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mglaubjetztm{ehr}wünsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   And the contestants weren't anything special either.
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mleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   With the CI she can also talk on the phone, but only to a few specific people.
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mnurbestimmleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Yes, people believe it.
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mleuteglauben
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Maybe older people believed it.
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mvielleichtaltleuteglauben
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Back then, the older people didn't talk much.
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mfrüheralteleuteerzählennichtviel
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   A lot of people look for clean, round and big apples.
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mmehrleuteschauensauber[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   And that was for our group of 20 people.
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mfürzwanzigleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   One doesn’t know whom one can trust. That’s why I rather leave it be.
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mpersonenvertrauenwo
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   Then some artists and designers had the idea to keep it as a landmark because it would be a pity to just close it.
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mdesignundkünst{ler}schade
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   There are people like that, don't you think?
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mwer{ge}merk{t}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   I feel like people in eastern Germany live with less worries and don't care about differences.
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mauchostenmenschen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Do you see any differences concerning people?
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mleuteuntersch{ied}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   There were 30 members tops in the regional club for the deaf.
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m[MG]maximaldreißiggehörlosenverein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   It was a huge demonstration, lots of people went.
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mlangvielleute[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   We really fought for something and people could see that.
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mleutewieklar
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   I think #Name1 stated them and other people, too.
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m[MG]andereleute
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   The Sign Language Festival for the youth.
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mjungleute
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   I met many people there.
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mvielleute
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   You really have your peace there, not many people come at night.
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mruhewenigleu{te}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   There’s forest, you can go hiking, there’s jungle and the Aborigines, the indigenous people, you can go for city trips or see the landscapes - there’s so much to see.
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maboriginealteleute[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Many elderly people can’t go by plane.
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mvielealtleutekönnennicht mehrfliegen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   It might work for someone who is doing sports on a regular basis, but many don’t do that.
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mokayabervieleleutenicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   You have to acknowledge though that far less people died there than in Thailand for instance.
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mhut abwenigleutealszum beispielin thailand
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   People were sad, as their houses were gone.
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mleuteschockmein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   Politicians refused and felt superior to the little citizens.
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mpolitikerleuteklein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   People were right to demonstrate and they needed to be fairly dealt with.
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mvorherrichtigleutehatdemo
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   In politics, people are usually powerless against politicians.
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mleutemachtgegenpolitik
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   Politicians, on the other hand, can use their power against the people.
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mimmermachtgegenleute
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   They take the matter into their hands and turn the tables. A mass of people demonstrates in the streets and brings down the politicians.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^$GEST^TO-CHANGE1A^PEOPLE2$PROD$INDEX1*POLITICS1
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mob obleutepolitik
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   You have to calculate injured and dead people, though. I'm so not ok with that.
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mmussmitrechenleuteverletzt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Interesting, the way they and others view it.
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mwasweißso so
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Old people lived through the world war.
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maltleutemiterlebtweltkrieg
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Overall we were six, no, twelve people, because some people from Munich joined us.
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mzusammensechszwölfpersonenzum teilmitmünchen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   There was a meeting of with all deaf believers the next day.
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mtreffengläubigergehörlosmitandere
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   There were very few people there around that time of year.
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m[MG]wiewenigleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   The locals were unbelievably helpful.
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mleute[MG][MG]wie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   The people who live there are not of the rich kind.
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mjungnicht[MG]leute[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   It turned out to be a group of locals, everyone was very long pants.
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m[MG]dorfleute[MG]alle
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   In ten years we can ask those people what they think about it.
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mzehn jahrwassagen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The internet is great for people who love reading.
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mgibtlesen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Right, people who are studying today, are our age.
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mjetztstudierenleutesowiewir
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   It really strikes me when I curiously go on facebook and read comments by people who are younger than me. I think they are much better than me.
r$INDEX1*
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m[MG]leuteweißjüngerals
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   But if one tried to sell it in high quantities, veal would be too expensive.
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mverkaufenvielleut
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   But a lot of people at the Oktoberfest for instance turn up their noses whenever they hear something about Germany.
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l
maberauchleu{te}beispieloktober{fest}wegen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Maybe it deals with those professionals that participate in show jumping.
rMORE1*HORSE5*MONEY1A^PEOPLE2TO-RIDE1A*$GEST-OFF^TO-RIDE1A*
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mmehrpferdprofireiten
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I could imagine around 50 or 60 people are coming.
r$NUM-TENS2A:5*OR5$NUM-TENS2A:6d*PEOPLE2MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1
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mfünfzigoder[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   There simply are good and also bad people.
rGOOD1*AND2B*BAD-OR-STALE1*PEOPLE2$GEST-OFF^$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^
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mguteundschlechteleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   I know about many elder people who lived in the GDR and want the Wall back.
rFALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2*
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md-{d}-rsel{bst}leutese{lbst}wünschmauer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   The people want to take a bath.
rPEOPLE2$INDEX1TO-WISH1BI1
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mleutewünsch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Nurses and caregiver do know who has to take a bath.
rCARE2TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^CERTAIN1PEOPLE2$GEST^
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mbestimmteleute
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Many people looked at us and thought of it as interesting.
rDIFFERENT1TO-LOOK-AT6^*
lPEOPLE2MUCH-OR-MANY1ATO-OBSERVE3A*
manderleutevielschau
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   But we are short in staff in the barbecue meat department.
rTO-BARBECUE1A*WHERE1B*$GEST-OFF^$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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mgrillwowerleute
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   She was sociable with other people.
rCONTACT4BODY1^*WITH1A*PEOPLE2PERSON1$INDEX1
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mkontaktfreudigmitleutepersönlich
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   All of the Japanese people had a camera, I believe.
rEVERYONE1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dJAPAN2PEOPLE2EVERYONE1A*HUMAN2*TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1
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mjedeein{zelne}japanjedemenschhat
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I think he invited fifty people at the most.
rTO-BELIEVE2A*$NUM-TEEN2A:5PEOPLE2MAXIMUM2PEOPLE2*TO-INVITE2*
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mfünfzehnleute
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   But the people are less and less interested in going to bars, so there are less and less people coming.
rTO-COME1*$GEST-OFF^
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maberleute[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   People saw the tsunami approaching them and ran away.
r$INDEX1*$PRODIF-OR-WHEN1APEOPLE2TO-RUN-OR-TO-RACE1MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*
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m[MG]leute[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   I felt uncomfortable and thought whether I could help the people.
rPEOPLE2$INDEX2*TO-HELP1*
l
mleutehelfen helfen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   Also, the people in one-euro jobs, different kinds of people, work for different companies, but get paid by the government.
rJOB1BTO-WORK1^MEANING1*PEOPLE2$GEST-OFF^*DISTINCT1*PEOPLE2
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mbedeutet[MG]verschieden
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   Also, the people in one-euro jobs, different kinds of people, work for different companies, but get paid by the government.
rPEOPLE2$GEST-OFF^*DISTINCT1*PEOPLE2$INDEX1*TO-WORK1$INDEX1*
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m[MG]verschieden
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   There were people waiting for missing people to reappear, until they finally understood that they were gone forever.
r$INDEX1*TO-COMPREHEND1PEOPLE2$INDEX1*DISSOLUTION1A^UNFORTUNATELY2*
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mleuteverpassen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   True, it will be difficult for the deaf people.
rDIFFICULT1$INDEX1DEAF1APEOPLE2
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mschwierigergehörlos
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   The educators and teachers in Wilhelmsdorf knew how to cope with deaf children; they talked slowly and they adapted to our needs.
r$INDEX1WILHELMSDORF1$INDEX1PEOPLE2EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING1ATEACHER4TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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mwilhelmsdorferziehlehrerverstehen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   And if we are working well together, it's also fun.
rCOINCIDENCE1WHAT1BREASON4BPEOPLE2GOOD1TOGETHER6*TO-WORK2*
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mzu{fall}wasgrundleutegutzusammenarbeiten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   And the people aren't interested in going to the meetings.
rAND2AALSO3APEOPLE2NONE1*INTEREST1BWORD2^*
l
mundauchleutekeininteresseversammlung
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   It is also difficult for people with a CI, deaf and hard of hearing people to communicate with each other while playing soccer.
rALSO3APEOPLE2TO-PLAY2$LIST1:1of1dCI1
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mauchleutespielenc-i
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   Back then, a lot of innocent people were put under pressure.
rPEOPLE2*MUCH-OR-MANY5*PEOPLE2MUCH-OR-MANY1AINNOCENT3MUCH-OR-MANY5*
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mleutevieleleutevielunschuld{ig}viel
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Because there are so few people.
rBUT1*LITTLE-BIT8*PEOPLE2
l
mwenigleute
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   I thought, I do want to sign up, but I need to ask a couple of deaf people if they will be in Stuttgart.
rTO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2*DEAF1A*WHO3PEOPLE2INVOLVED1A*STUTTGART1*$INDEX1
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mwerdabeistu{ttgart}[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   Usually, these meetings are well attended. About 40 people come from all over Baden-Wurttemberg such as Heidelberg, Mannheim, Offenburg, Karlsruhe and others.
rMASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*AVERAGE1C$NUM-TENS2A:4PEOPLE2TO-TAKE1A*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*$PROD
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m[MG]durchschnittvierzig vierzigteilnehmer[MG]aus baden-württemberg
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   People living there are fined when caught bringing alcohol outside.
rPEOPLE2APARTMENT5*DUBAI2AREA1A
lONLY2A
mnurleutewohnendubai
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   The people, I mean the employees are exploited.
rPEOPLE2WITH1ATO-WORK1TO-STEAL1^
l
mleutemitarbeiterausbeuten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   They bring in people from India for example.
rPEOPLE2WHAT1A*FROM8INDIA2
l
mleutewasausindien
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   Those are poor people.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1APOOR-YOU1*PEOPLE2
l
mvielarmleute
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   Strangers everywhere, and I didn't know why.
rI1LIKE3B*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*PEOPLE2TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*PEOPLE2TO-LOOK-AT2^*
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mwieunbekanntleuteunbekannt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   Strangers everywhere, and I didn't know why.
rTO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*PEOPLE2TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*PEOPLE2TO-LOOK-AT2^*$GEST-OFF^
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munbekanntleuteunbekannt
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I'm not able to perceive the world the way a hearing person would, and I cannot communicate well with hearing people. I always encounter difficulties when doing so.
rWORLD1TO-LIVE4*EXAMPLE1*PEOPLE2*HEARING1A*I1COMMUNICATION1A*
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mweltlebenleutehörend
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   The thing with the doorbell had a reason: people were so happy about the Berlin wall falling.
rTO-RING-DOORBELL1$GEST-OFF^PEOPLE2*HAPPY1*FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL1
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mklingelnwarumleutefreuenmauerfall
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Well, many open-minded people and artists came to the Kumpelnest 3000.
r
l$NUM-THOUSANDS1:3dMORE1TOLERANT1PEOPLE2*MORE1ART4A$GEST-OFF^*
mtausendmehr[MG][MG]mehrkünstler
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   That way the deaf students could easily learn the meaning of technical terms.
rMUST1A^*PEOPLE2*CAN1WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*AN1A*
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mdamitleutekannwas
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   When I went to Essen, I was surprised by the great number of deaf people there.
rESSEN-CITY1VERY7^*MUCH-OR-MANY1APEOPLE2*DEAF1A*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*THERE-IS3
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messen[MG]vielda da da daes gibt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   Those were the people who bartended and the helpers for the register. It all worked out.
rTO-DRINK1TO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER2^*AND2APEOPLE2*CASHIER3*$GEST^IT-WORKS-OUT1*
l
mundleutekasse[MG]klappen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   The people at the counter sold and sold.
rPEOPLE2*I1TO-SELL1*AND-SO-ON5
l
mleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   People came and heard the stereo was broken and were disappointed.
rPEOPLE2*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*MUSIC1BROKEN4
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m[MG]musikkaputt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   In this particular time, many people who were on vacation panicked and went back home.
r$INDEX1*TIME1
lMUCH-OR-MANY1A*PEOPLE2*$INDEX1
mvielleutezeit
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   But you don’t care about the lives of the people from the present?
r$ORAL^PEOPLE2*NOW2*HUMAN2*TO-LIVE1C*
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maberleu{te}jetztmenschenerleben
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I was interested in the guests.
rALL2A^RIGHT-OR-AGREED2*$GEST^PEOPLE2*INTEREST1A
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mstimmtleuteinteressant
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   Other people were more reserved and just look around a little, the Italians for example.
r$INDEX1IF-OR-WHEN1A*DIFFERENT1*PEOPLE2*LIKE3A*TO-SIGN1ETO-LOOK-AT1*
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mleu{te}[MG]schauen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Actually, those professionals from Hamburg or Berlin should be able to/
rBUT1*ACTUALLY1BCOMPETENCE2PEOPLE2*$INDEX1*HAMBURG2*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
ma{ber}eigentlichkompetenzleutehamburg
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   They were so thick, we would’ve needed 10 or more people to create a circle around the trunk.
rI1MOST1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10*PEOPLE2*CIRCLE1A*BIG3A*CIRCLE2*
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m[MG]meistzehnleute[MG]groß baum[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   This change hasn't reached everyone yet. Especially the older generation has trouble adjusting to Lithuanian; they are rather skeptical towards this change.
rBIT2AAS-ALWAYS1*REASON4B*PEOPLE2*OLD2C*PEOPLE2*TO-SWAP3A
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mbisschen[MG]grundalteleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   This change hasn't reached everyone yet. Especially the older generation has trouble adjusting to Lithuanian; they are rather skeptical towards this change.
rREASON4B*PEOPLE2*OLD2C*PEOPLE2*TO-SWAP3ALITHUANIA2NEW1A*
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mgrundalteleutelitauenneu
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   We were five people altogether.
rTOGETHER2C*I2$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5PEOPLE2*
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mzusam{men}ichfünfleute
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   They wait until all people of that time will be gone.
rTO-WAIT1C*PEOPLE2*OFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1A*
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mwartleuteweg weg
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   North African statistics show that the number of young people increases and the number of older people decreases.
r$PRODTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AYOUNG2*PEOPLE2*OFFSPRING1$INDEX1*ALREADY1A*
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mjungeleutenachwuchsschon
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   North African statistics show that the number of young people increases and the number of older people decreases.
rBIT2A*MORE3*OLD5APEOPLE2*LITTLE-BIT7B
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mmehr mehraltleuteweniger weniger weniger
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   People in Japan are already used to earthquakes.
rBUT1*JAPAN1PEOPLE2*ALREADY1AHABIT1*$GEST-OFF^*
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maberjapanleuteschongewo{hnt}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Everyone had to flee.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1B*PEOPLE2*FLIGHT1B*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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mleute[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   A lot of Japanese people were really generous, the hearing people also really appreciated the deaf people.
rJAPAN2TO-SWARM1MUCH-OR-MANY1APEOPLE2*GOOD-NATURED1$GEST^*HEARING1A
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mjapanvielleute[MG]auchhörend
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   A deaf woman and two men.
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m[MG]zweimann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   He doesn’t want that many people to travel there.
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m[MG]vielleute[MG][MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   An atomic explosion happens and they can’t even flee.
rNUCLEAR1TO-SPREAD3$INDEX1*PEOPLE2*FLIGHT1ACAN1*$INDEX1*
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matomleutefluchtkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   It seems like death is bound to happen.
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mwienichtstunsogartod
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   People, who would benefit from his death.
r$INDEX1PEOPLE2*CAN2B*SELF1A*TO-EARN1*
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mdaleutekannselbstverdienen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Then, some wasted looking guys of my club joked around, you know, and started calling him a robot.
rAREA1A^*$INDEX1DIFFERENT2*PEOPLE2*$INDEX1*$GEST-NM^PLEASE3^
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mandereleute
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   You know, elder people mostly live alone by themselves, here and there.
rYOU1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AOLD8BPEOPLE2*ALONE1B*ALL1A*
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mduweißtaltleutallein allein alleinalle
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I had to make pasta salad for 24 deaf people and four hearing people.
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lATTENTION1A^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:4$NUM-TENS2A:2*PEOPLE2*ALL1B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4HEARING1A*
m[MG]vierundzwanzigleutevierhörende
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   The captain was really amazed that I had been able to make pasta salad for 24 people.
rSALAD1*
lTO-ACCOMPLISH1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:4$NUM-TENS1:2PEOPLE2*ALL1B^
mschaffstvierundzwanzigleutenudelsalat
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   He told me, “I haven't seen that before. Cooking that for a small group, yes, but for this many people, never!”
rMOST1A*SMALL11
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m[MG]kleinleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I said, “Well, I have to tell you, I made that salad for 24 people for the first time ever today!”
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lI1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:4$NUM-TENS1:2PEOPLE2*ALL1B^FIRST-OF-ALL1CI1
mvierundzwanzigleuteerste mal
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   You probably know as well as I do that one pack of pasta is enough for about four people, don't you?
r$INDEX1*PEOPLE2*
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mbrauchtvierleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Yes, on pack of pasta is enough for four people.
rMEASURE8A^PEOPLE2*
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mvierleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   It was supposed to take place again last, no, next Saturday but only 20 people signed up. Too funny!
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manmeldennurzwanzigleutelustig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Sure, if there are more and more people who want something like that.
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mwennmehrleutegibtwünsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Sure, if there are more and more people who want something like that.
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mmehrleutegibtwünsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For me that would be okay, there are many people who have mixed backgrounds.
rOKAY1A*IF-OR-WHEN1A*TO-MIX2*PEOPLE2*$INDEX1*
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mokaywennmischleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Well, but only stupid people will say something like that.
r$INDEX1*ONLY2B*FOOLISH2*PEOPLE2*TO-SAY1TO-MAKE1*LIKE-THIS1A*
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mdas [MG]nurdummleutes{ag}machso
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   Getting up, I noticed my colleagues being really uneasy.
rTO-GET-UP1*TO-MEMORISE1*ALREADY1APEOPLE2*ALSO3A*AGITATION1WEIRD3
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mmerkenschonleuteauchunruhigkomisch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   The next day at work, I instantly noticed the other people's behavior had changed. It was just different than usual.
rTO-COME1*FEELING3STILL4A*PEOPLE2*BEHAVIOUR2*TO-ALTER1*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*
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mnochleuteverhalten[MG]kennen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   The TV showed huge dust clouds and many people being in shock.
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m[MG]staubwolken[MG]leutewoleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   The TV showed huge dust clouds and many people being in shock.
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l
mleutewoleuteschock
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   One can usually see these kind of old cupboards in the apartments of old people. It was awful.
rDONT-LIKE1LIKE4A*OLD2CPEOPLE2*TO-BELONG1*TYPICAL1*TO-BELONG1*
l
m[MG]wiealtleutetypisch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   Then a group of deaf people and I did the work ourselves, and it went pretty well.
rSELF1A*DEAF1ASELF1A*PEOPLE2*TOGETHER1BTO-WORK2*IT-WORKS-OUT1
l
mselbstleutezusammenarbeitenklappen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   I think our generation can handle it but I feel sorry for the next generation.
r$GEST^BUT2*NEXT1PEOPLE2*WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1$GEST^I1
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mabernächsteleutewie sieht aus
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   It was some kind of memorial site in the shape of a ring.
rMEMORY-OR-REMINDER3BTO-THINK1APEOPLE2*DEATH2*RING8^*TO-THROW1*
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mer{innerung}gedenkenleutetod
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Why is it that it’s always the well-known, good or nice people that pass away?
rNICE1OR1*GOOD1PEOPLE2*TO-GO2A*$GEST^
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mnettodergutleutegehen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Statistically, the percentage of older people is increasing.
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mzu vielleutealt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   If you happen to spot a parrot here in Germany, they capture it right away.
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mdeut{sch}papa{gei}leu{te}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Though I loved how the people acted.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^$INDEX1PEOPLE2*I1GOOD1*TO-PLEASE1
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mabergutgefallen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   I can say that I liked how the people assessed everyone and I liked their decision over all.
rPEOPLE2*TO-DECIDE1BVALUE1BGOOD1*
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mentsch{eiden}bewerten
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I thought one had to be naked and got undressed. The people just looked at me in confusion.
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mausleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   The other people wouldn’t be thrilled, but we’re eight people.
rPEOPLE2*TO-LOOK-AT3*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:8d$PROD
l
mleuteacht[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   We’re nine people, and you are only allowed [to rent a car] at the age of 21 and older, isn‘t that right?
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:9OFF2$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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mneunleuteeigentlichabeinundzwanzig
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   Most of the people were older than me.
rMOST1AOLD8B*ADULTS2A*PEOPLE2*
l
mältereleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   Yet, there was a sudden rush and a large crowd; they weren’t able to check all people coming in.
rSUDDENLY4^*PEOPLE2*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^I2$PROD
l
m[MG]leutevoll
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   The young people today are lazy.
rTODAY1PEOPLE2*ALL2A^LIKE-THIS1A*YOUNG1
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mheuteleutemenschensojunge
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   Many people go there.
rCOHERENCE1B^$INDEX1MUCH-OR-MANY5PEOPLE2*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*$INDEX1
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mvielleute
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   There are people in the theater and then there is Gunter. He knew how to do everything.
rBUT1*THERE-IS3THEATRE1PEOPLE2*ON-PERSON1*$NAME-GUNTER-PUTTRICH1CAN2B
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mabergibttheaterleutegunterkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   There are other people who are a bit more reserved.
rTHERE-IS3*DIFFERENT2PEOPLE2*$INDEX1*UNTIL1$GEST^
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mgibtandereleutebis
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Well, I thought, “oh dear!,” a lot of people have to travel or visit their friends by train.
rPAST1^*IMAGINATION2HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*PEOPLE2*I2TO-WISH1BI1^
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mwieleutewunsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   So, how many members does it have?
rHOW-MUCH5*TOGETHER2APEOPLE2*
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mwie vielzusammenleute
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   How are things with your contacts whenever you go to western Germany?
r$INDEX1TO-GO-THERE1CONTACT2A*
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mleutekontakt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Or when being in contact with teachers, adults, how do you feel about that?
rPEOPLE2*TO-WAVE2^*SOMETIMES3*
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mleutemanchmalerwachsen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   People from western Germany pity people from eastern Germany, as they think they are suffering.
rEXAMPLE1*EAST1ATO-SAY1*
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ml{eute}beispielostensagt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Especially if there are many stores, but almost no people to shop, so the malls are empty.
rROUND12^*MORE3$PRODPEOPLE2*$PRODEMPTY7*
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mleute[MG]leer leer leer
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   It must be calculated by percentage how many stores there are for how many inhabitants.
rPERCENT4*HOME4^*APARTMENT1A^HOW-MUCH5*
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mprozentein{wohner}bevölkerung[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   It's also a question of interest. What percentage of the population would want it?
rPEOPLE2*INTEREST1A$INIT-STRAIGHT1^*PERCENT4*
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moder[MG]wie vielprozent
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   The floor is partially made of glass, or rather plastic, so when looking through it one can see the people walking around far down below, now looking incredibly tiny.
rFREE1*
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mfrei[MG]leutedurch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   There were fifteen people involved, and it took me a bit to find my place.
r$NUM-TEEN1:5*PEOPLE2*I1*HELPLESS1C*
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mfünfzehnleute[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   There weren't any people left, and I didn't know how to get back home - whether I would have to take the bike all the way.
rNOTHING1A^PEOPLE2*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*
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m[MG]leutwie
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   We didn't take any other photos, because we didn't want people to look at us strangely.
rNO3B^*$GEST^TO-LOOK-AT1*PEOPLE2*TO-LOOK-AT1*WHAT1B*TO-LET1
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mleute[MG]lass
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   My company has 20 employees, it is quite stable.
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mbetriebskollegezwan{zig}mein be{trieb}[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It was easier to understand all the other people, but talking to Japanese people was a bit more difficult. That was interesting.
rDIFFERENT2PEOPLE2*$INDEX1*TO-COMPREHEND1*GOOD1*
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mandereleute[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   It’s for young people, like us.
rI2^*FOR1*PEOPLE2*WE1B
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mfürfür jungewir
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Many elderly people can’t go by plane.
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mabervielealtleutekönnen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   It’s typical that older people get a lot of money because they don’t want to go to the bank all the time.
r$INDEX1TYPICAL1*OLD4A*PEOPLE2*ALL2B*MOST1AMONEY1A
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m[MG]typischaltemeist{ens}geld
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   That way I can walk the path with fellow believers and talk about Jesus.
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mundfürleute[MG]glaubegeben
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   That's not possible because there are so many old people and not enough young people in the club.
r$INDEX1OLD8B*PEOPLE2*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*OFFSPRING1
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maltleutevielnachwuchs
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   Many people died.
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mvieleleutetot
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   But Japan said they had enough people there themselves, and they could do it on their own.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^TO-NEED1*ENOUGH2PEOPLE2*SELF1A*TO-MAKE2TO-ORGANISE2A*
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mbrauch nichtgenugleuteselbmachen[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   But sometimes I talk to people who come from a real big city, like Leipzig, for example.
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mmitanderense{lbst}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Mainly young people.
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mbesondersjungeleutebesonders
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Usually, politicians or rich people need to do something when they resign from office.
rMOST1BPOLITICS1OR1*PEOPLE2*RICH5*DONE1AMUST1
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mmeistpolitikoderleute[MG]fertigmuss
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   It's good to know people with whom you get along well, and who like and support you.
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mwennsoleutekennenauch[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   I like smart, modest and content people. How about you?
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mbescheidenzufriedenleutedu
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   There were a lot of people there and many of them were deaf.
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mvielleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Also the elderly, the seniors were there.
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maltleutewardabei
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Also the elderly, the seniors were there.
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mdabeisenioren
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   You could see the people climbing on top of the wall on TV.
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mstückundleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   The atmosphere and the people were great.
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matmosphäre[MG]leute[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   It was really moving to see everything there. And just the amount of people that died there.
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m[MG]vielleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   The people there look really cute because they have these specific eyes; they look really sweet.
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mleute[T03][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Many old people moaned and cried because they weren’t able to walk across the wooden planks well - or at all.
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malleleuteklagenweinen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Many old people moaned and cried because they weren’t able to walk across the wooden planks well - or at all.
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malleleuteklagenweinenviele
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Many old people moaned and cried because they weren’t able to walk across the wooden planks well - or at all.
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mholzstegleutealtkann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Malteser [a German aid organization] helped the people across and other employees of Malteser even carried them across.
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mvielalt fraumanchmal
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   If these three children try to actively get in contact with hearing children, they'll get attention.
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m[MG]versuchenmitleutehörendekinder
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Young people like me aren't really keen on reading.
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mjungleute[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   There are always people that aren't so great, but I have great experiences with the majority.
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mklarschlechtgibtvielpostiv
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   The atmosphere is great, people are laughing and in a good mood.
rPEOPLE2*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*PEOPLE2*TO-SWARM1
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mschö{n}viell{eute}wieleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   The atmosphere is great, people are laughing and in a good mood.
rPEOPLE2*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*PEOPLE2*TO-SWARM1TO-LOOK-AT6^*
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mviell{eute}wieleutestimmung
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   They invited me to join them.
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mleutethema
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   Then we set it up and the people came, and we watched the game and cheered together.
r$PRODPEOPLE2*$PROD$GEST-HURRAY1^
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mleuteyeah
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   I'm not like that but there are people who are always in a good mood.
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mgibtleutelachen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   The people there get angry if others ignore it and waste water on something like that.
rPEOPLE2*TO-BE-ANNOYED2$INDEX1TO-INFRINGE1
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mleuteärgern[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   I know about many elder people who lived in the GDR and want the Wall back.
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merf{ahren}vielaltleuted-{d}-rsel{bst}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   There were two or three of them.
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mleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   After all people had returned home, two or three weeks after the event had taken place, people were sending me letters of acknowledgment.
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mheimpaarleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   For the period of four days deaf people from everywhere came to Dresden.
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mgibt[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   But I know about age differences and different skin types.
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m[MG]alt
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Most of the buildings are old and I know them.
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mmeistenaltkenn
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_02 | 31-45m   I don't mind. The main thing is that there aren't so many people.
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mhauptsachenichtzu vielleute[C03]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   Yes! Yes! People were sad.
rPEOPLE2*YES1A^SAD4*ALSO3A*
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mja jaauch auch auchleu{te}wartraurigauch
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   When everyone is eating, everyone has to be attended to.
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messenleuteessenleute[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   When everyone is eating, everyone has to be attended to.
rTO-EAT-OR-FOOD2PEOPLE2*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2PEOPLE2*TO-SERVE1B^*
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messenleuteessenleute[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   And she also gladly helped the poor, even in third world countries.
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mgernearmeleute
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Where I live, in Heuchelhof, you know, a lot of people are protesting against the highway because it will be very loud and therefore they want a tunnel instead.
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mweißalleleute[MG]willtunnel
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Where I live, in Heuchelhof, you know, a lot of people are protesting against the highway because it will be very loud and therefore they want a tunnel instead.
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malleleute[MG]willtunnelhabenweil
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Therefore the people want a tunnel.
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mdeshalbleutewunschtunnel
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   And the people knew that there was a highway when they built houses there. Why would they build it then?
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mleutehabengewusst
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   People worked unbelievably hard back then.
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mleutewarhartarbeit
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   But it was hard for people, as well.
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mfür[MG]hart
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   There were more teachers who only spoke.
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mmehr[MG]l{ehrer}
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I asked people who had already completed the apprenticeship to give me their notes and read them.
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mfrühereauszubildende
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I asked people who had already completed the apprenticeship to give me their notes and read them.
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mfrühereauszubildendewer
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   There are approximately 23 students in one class.
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mklasseleutegrob
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I think he invited fifty people at the most.
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mfünfzehnleute
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   Ten years ago, beer festivals were visited by a lot of people.
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mvielleutebesuch besuch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   More and more people come.
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mleutemehr mehr mehr mehr
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   The people can decide themselves whether they’d rather go to the non-smoking or the smoking area.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   I mean, there are people/
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mmeinung
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   I mean, there are some people who say that health is important to them.
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mmeinungleutesagenwichtig
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   I feel like people used to smoke everywhere and a lot.
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m{ge}fühlleuteviel
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's because everything works fine for the company if it doesn’t have to pay for the people in one-euro jobs who are supporting them with their work.
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mgrundleuteunterstützenfirma
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   If the development of the two groups goes very distinctly, the poor oppose the rich.
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mbedeutetarmwiereich
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   Apparently, 500,000 people disappeared in the course of the incident.
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mselbstleutezusammensoll
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   My mother said, ‘Just imagine all those people that worked in those buildings, and now it has collapsed.’
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mvermutevieleleutevielinarbeit
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   All those people in the surroundings that had to inhale the dispersed dust that collected in their lungs.
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mstaub[MG]da auchleutelunge
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   We got along very well.
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mleute[MG][MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   Different people have very diverse emotions.
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muntersch{iedliche}leuteemotionalverschieden
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   Different people have very diverse emotions.
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mleuteemotionalverschieden
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   For people who need something easy.
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mfüreinfach
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   Maybe people are intimidated by how much interpreters cost.
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mvielleichtleute[MG]dolmetscherkosten
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   The people already started to lose the hair on their heads, under their armpits and on their whole body because of the radioactive contamination.
rPEOPLE2*ALREADY1AHEAD1AHAIR1
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mleuteschonkopfhaarausfall
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   No, around 27 people will remain.
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mrestsiebenundzwanzigleute
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   What is everyone supposed to do then? Put things away and clean up.
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mleutenichtvielmachen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_06 | 31-45f   I don’t know anybody there.
rPEOPLE2*$GEST-OFF^$GEST-OFF^PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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mleutenicht da nicht da
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   I haven't seen these people in quite some time.
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mlange nicht gesehenleute
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   A lot of elderly people go to the North Sea to walk along the coast.
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mmeistvielealteleute[MG]küste nordsee
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   The shop‘s never been empty.
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mleerleu{te}nie
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   There were some people who at times knitted and photographed their work afterwards.
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mleutemanchmalauch stricken
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   Maybe it‘s rather for the younger folks.
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mvielleichtjungeleutegefällt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   Or maybe some elderly people like oddities like that, as well.
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moder gibtauchältereleutegefällt[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   I can adapt well because my mom was around their age and they, in turn, know my mother.
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manpassenichkenneleutewarum
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   The young people give out more information, organize “KoFos” [discussion panel] or events.
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mjungleutemehrinfo
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   I used to hang out with young people; they were my buddies.
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mwarumleutfrühjungkamerad
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   Back then, a lot of innocent people were put under pressure.
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mleutevieleleuteviel
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   All together, it comes up to 100 percent but these 100 percent you never achieve.
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mhundertprozentleute
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   If you stand there and blush, the people should just leave you be.
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mrotleutesehenlass
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   I just heard that the Berlin Wall had fallen, and that people were really happy about it.
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m[MG]mauerfallwieleutefroh froh
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   I just heard that the Berlin Wall had fallen, and that people were really happy about it.
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mmauerfallwieleutefroh froh
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_11 | 46-60m   They had to rescue and take care of the people from the first tower.
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mmussleuterettenkümmer kümmer