DOI: /10.25592/dgs.corpus-3.0-type-13533

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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Everyone who‘s able to easily make calls should go to the hearing folks; they shouldn‘t be tolerated in the deaf community.
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m[MG]hörenfür
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   I think my husband was watching TV, or wasn’t he?
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mmann[MG]fernsehen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   Here in Berlin, I'm second chairman of the Deaf sports club Berlin-Brandenburg.
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mberlinmachenauchfürberlinbrandenburg
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I went to school in Erfurt.
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mwoinerfurt
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   The court and the prosecutor wanted to sentence me to three to four years in prison.
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mdrei bisvier jahre
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   You don’t have/
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mda[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   They see me as the poor deaf guy that they have to help out with everything. I find that intrusive.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   I told her that I personally would never want it, but that that was just my opinion.
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mwillnicht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   I think the differences are exciting. I like learning and think new signs are fascinating.
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mplaudern[MG][MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   There are many cultural events taking place in Berlin regularly.
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mallgemeinkultur
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Typical food is ‘Buletten’ [meatballs].
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mberlinbuletten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Berlin, however, doesn’t.
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mbrandenburgberlinkein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Some children had their own ideas.
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mfreiemeinung
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   If the father disagreed, the party would just not tolerate it.
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mvateranders
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   If the father disagreed, the party would just not tolerate it.
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mvateranders[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   If they don‘t like it the way I do it, I‘ll back off. It‘s their decision.
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m[MG][MG]deineentscheidung[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   However, my health is important.
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mwichtig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   It‘s all booked because of the culinary Olympics or the culinary world cup or something like that.
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mhören{de}[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   My father worked in a company with metal; there were lathe operators, cutters, and technical drawers.
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mfirmametallwiedreherfräser
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Actually, I would rather just stay in New York.
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mnew yorkgenug
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They take the information to the American UA.
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mamer{ika}u-a
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   UA stands for United America. It’s an American airline.
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munitedamerikafluggesellschaft
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   He bears responsibility for what you do because he was nice enough to give you his address.
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mverantwort[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I looked at him confused. What was I supposed to do? He asked me to pick a piece of paper. I thought it was odd, but oh well.
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meinaus{suchen}aus{suchen}wasmeinen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I looked at him confused. What was I supposed to do? He asked me to pick a piece of paper. I thought it was odd, but oh well.
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maus{suchen}wasmeinen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   After I finished my apprenticeship I stayed in the company.
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mfirma[MG]bleib
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   After I finished my apprenticeship I stayed in the company.
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mbleibabbleib
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   Some German deaf people are very gifted when it comes to introducing new words.
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mvieltal{ent}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   Sometime when my son was two years old, he furiously told his grandmother that I wouldn‘t listen to him.
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mzweijahre alt[MG]aufomahört mich
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   The one in Frankfurt is great, but the one here in the Main-Taunus-region it not good.
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mm-t-kschwachschwach
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I was shocked because I wasn't prepared for that.
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m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Are you a member of a deaf club?
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mgehörlosverein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   A hearing person wanted to jog with me. He worked at E.ON, which was close by.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   The deaf sports club founded the tennis club.
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mgegründetvongehörlossportverein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   That was around the time the government started debating whether to ban smoking or not.
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mvonregierung
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   It was very sad for me.
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mfür michsehrtraurig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   I read in a book that Kennedy wasn’t really popular.
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merse{lbst}nich{t}warnichtbeliebt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   He wasn’t popular, maybe that’s why.
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mwarnichtbeliebt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Originally, I didn‘t want to go to New Zealand.
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michdurchneuseeland
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   I think Obama is good; he is social.
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msozialsozial
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   But that’s not the way we do it, no, we hold it up, eat and celebrate.
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mfesthaltenessentrink
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   But it belongs to Wolfenbüttel.
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mstehtbraunschweigwolfenbüttel
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   It is well known and is held annually.
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mein jahr ein jahrso
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   We mostly have fish sandwiches in East Frisia.
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mfischmeistostfrieslandfisch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   This market is well visited and held April through September only.
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mimmerbest{immt}aprilbis
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   It used to be cultivated there.
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mspargel
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   We also have a carnival parade.
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mbra{unschweig}karnevalsumzug
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They debated it a lot, and It’s still a hot topic.
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m[MG]nochheißthemanoch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   But Usher is a weird, somewhat hidden disease.
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mwieversteckt[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   When visiting another country, I am interested in the people who live there, their culture, and language.
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mkult{ur}wiesprache
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   For instance, I’m interested in the Belgian language.
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mbelgi{en}sprache
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   He didn’t know what I meant, and I didn’t find the right words.
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mw{as}meint[MG]kenne nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   For example the signs for “my name”, “my age”, “my house”, and “my life”/
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mzum beispielmynamemy
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   For example the signs for “my name”, “my age”, “my house”, and “my life”/
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mmynamemyalterage
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Like DGS in Germany, you use BSL in England, and ASL in the U.S.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   People should stay natural.
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mselbstnatur
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   The company CSD is similar to the Deutsche Telekom (German telecommunications company).
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mwietel{e}kom tel{e}kom
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There is this travel group in Frankfurt; they are called XXL-travel.
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mfrankfurtgehörlosgruppeauch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   They are located in Frankfurt.
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mfrankfurt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Jacobs and Milka belong to Kraft.
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mjacobsmilka-schokolade
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Jacobs and Milka belong to Kraft.
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mmilka-schokolade
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   And Milka belongs to Jacobs.
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man{dere}milkajacobs
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   And Milka belongs to Jacobs.
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mmilkajacobs
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   When turning 25 men get old socks.
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msockenfürmann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Women get old and shabby boxes as a birthday gift.
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mfürfraualteschachtel
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   The old boxes for the women.
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mschachtelfürfrauengehört[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   The buildings in Bremen mostly look like those in the Bismarckstraße [a street in Osnabrück].
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mtypischbremendatraditionhäuser
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   But those streets of houses are characteristic of Bremen.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Especially, those about Osnabrück's history.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   That's not too bad, but it is solely about the city, not about its surroundings.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Oh, right, the badges, the ones in green, white, I forgot the other ones/
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He knew her parents were deaf, which is why he specifically recommended getting an implant for the newborn.
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mweißelternweiß
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   … my sister-in-law told me in spoken language, “#Name1 speaks very well.”
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mschwägerin
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I don't care; it's her problem and not mine.
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mdeinproblemist nicht mein problem
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   What do you think about it?
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mwas meinstdu
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   Yes, those with the skulls on it, but it’s more of an orange.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   As you know the Berlin Wall was at the Brandenburg Gate.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I mean, I’ve asked myself the same question.
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m[MG]bedeutetauchfrage
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Do I have to adapt to the deaf community’s opinion, or can I have my own view?
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   I asked, “What do you mean ‘close to a war’?”
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m[MG]was meinst dukrieg
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   But the real reason was made public by his husband.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   That’s one thing that is special about Hamburg.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   The government should have proposed to wait a bit longer.
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mfürpolitikvorschlag
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   That’s her opinion.
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mmeinung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I was also surprised that that’s how it was in France.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   She meant she didn't learn more words. That is what she experienced.
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mmeintsie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   It was comfortable to have a proper bed.
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m[MG]richtigbess{er}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   You should be glad if you have a job.
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mfrohstellebekommen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   I believe they play music which the hearing people like.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   My boss and my colleagues, we were seven or eight, were all hearing and spoke to one another.
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mmeinchefinsiebenacht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Sports isn‘t part of it though.
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meigentlichauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   How about if I were to talk about nature, somebody else about identity aspects and another person about culture and another one about recent studies.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   How about if I were to talk about nature, somebody else about identity aspects and another person about culture and another one about recent studies.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Surely, my father-in-law was very fond of everything.
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mbestimmtschwiegerva{ter}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I was really enthusiastic about one show with music. They were from Bremen.
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mmusikbremen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   One group from Berlin with young people performed there, too.
r$INDEX1*ALSO1A*BERLIN1CTO-BELONG1^SCHOOL1AGROUP1BTO-BELONG1^
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mauchberlinschulgruppe
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   One group from Berlin with young people performed there, too.
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mschulgruppejugend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   That‘s great for those who can hear, but what about the deaf people?
rHEARING1A*TO-BELONG1^DEAF1AWHERE1ATO-STAY3
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mhö{rend}[MG]woblei{bt}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Arabic.
rARABIC1TO-BELONG1^
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marabisch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   If the assistant knows the client well, proper communication is possible.
rCOMMUNICATION1A*TYPICAL1*POISE-BODY1^
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mtypisch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   They insult East Germany, although they weren't even born in those times and for that matter didn't know it.
r$INDEX1TO-BEAR-DOWN2^BEFOREHAND4*
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   They don't think I'm from eastern Germany.
r$GEST^
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   No the Hauptschule is something different.
rSECONDARY-MODERN-SCHOOL2$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^DIFFERENT1TO-BELONG1^
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mhaupt{schule}anders
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   “Mr #Name1! You mustn't associate nor collaborate with that kind of people!”
rMUST1A^NOT3BHAVING-TO-DO-WITH-STH2TO-BELONG1^TOGETHER4TO-WORK1
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mdürfennichtzu tunmit ihrzusammenarbeit
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   Not the deaf one, she came later.
rTO-BELONG1^DEAF1AOFF1B^
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mtaubnichtvor
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   There are two sports associations, but I’m in the leisure bowling club.
rI1^FREE1TIME5A*TO-BELONG1^AREA1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2*THERE-IS2
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mfreizeitzweigibt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   To my club?
rTO-BELONG1^
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m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The younger child sometimes didn’t take it seriously, I could see the difference between both of my children.
rTO-LET-KNOW1ACARELESS3ATO-BELONG1^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dCHILD2*MEANING1
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maberzweikinder
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Yes, it is a restaurant focused on potato dishes.
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mfürkartoffel aber
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   That is not bad either.
rTO-BELONG1^$GEST^*BAD-OR-STALE1*$INDEX1
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mauch nichtschlecht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Duck.
r
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menteente
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Yes, we could also go rafting, but they also offer just regular rubber raft rides.
r$ALPHA1:R-A-#TO-BELONG1^ALSO1BEASY1TO-PADDLE1^*
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mraftingaucheinfachschlauch{boot}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I love sign language.
rI2TO-LIKE2TO-BELONG1^SIGN-LANGUAGE1BPRIOR-IMPORTANT1^*
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mgebärdensprache
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   The ”Junge Gemeinde” was conducted by pastor Weithaas.
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mleitungvonpfarrerweithaas
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   I drove to Nuremburg and got to experience it in person.
rTO-BELONG1^CAR1*TO-DRIVE1*NUREMBERG1A
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mautonür{n}berg
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   You’re right.
rTO-BELONG1^RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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msti{mmt}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   A play can take one or two hours.
rHOUR2B*HOUR2B*TO-BELONG1^
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mein zwei stunden
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   What does it look like?
rOR4B
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   She signs TAILOR, like that, a little more professional.
r$INDEX1TAILOR1*
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mschneider[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   It’s Ahlers, they mainly produce clothes.
rCLOTHES5APRIMARILY1
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mdaklamo{tten}[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I like the sun better.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   The people said that was bullshit.
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m[MG]schei{ße}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Just check out whether one wants to live in the west.
rLIKE-THIS1A*SATISFIED4
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msosozu{frieden}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I think all of that is very interesting.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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minteressant[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Deaf people can't do it; they must search for different jobs.
rDEAF1A*DIFFERENT2TO-BELONG1^
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mandererberuf
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Good, good, really good.
rGOOD1*TO-BELONG1^GOOD1
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mgut war auch gutgutgut
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   So, those ties were hanging there.
rTO-TIE3TO-STAY2*BUS2*TO-BELONG1^CARNIVAL1TO-WAIT3*BUS1A*
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mbindenbusvonkarneval
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   She wanted to leave the carnival club in Dortmund.
rTO-BELONG1^CLUB-OR-SOCIETY2A*CARNIVAL1CLUB-OR-SOCIETY2A*
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mdortmundkarnevalsverein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   In 1933, the Nazis came.
r
lTO-BELONG1^$NUM-TEEN2B:9*$NUM-TEEN2A:9*$NUM-DOUBLE1B:3d
mneunzehnhundertdreiunddreißig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I think Ronald was president there.
rEXAMPLE1*TO-BELIEVE2A*$NAME*TO-BELONG1^$INDEX1PRESIDENT1$ALPHA1:I-E-D
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mzum beispielglauberonald[MG]präsident
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Hamburg, then Berlin, it’s all different.
rWEIRD3*NORTH1A*HAMBURG2*TO-BELONG1^TO-BELONG1^BERLIN1AWEIRD3*
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mhamburgberlin[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Hamburg, then Berlin, it’s all different.
rNORTH1A*HAMBURG2*TO-BELONG1^TO-BELONG1^BERLIN1AWEIRD3*
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mhamburgberlin[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Those were their rules.
rPRESCRIPTION1ATO-BELONG1^
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mso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   My mother was very inexperienced, too, she knew nothing about deaf people.
rMY1MOTHER2EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C*TO-BELONG1^DEAF1BNOTHING1A$GEST-DECLINE1^
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mmeinmutterunerfahrenvongehörlosennichts
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I never saw my sister much, because she is my mother’s first husbands’ daughter, while I’m from her second husband.
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mzu spätmamafrühererste
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Though, it is really interesting to see the different cultures.
rDISTINCT1*INTEREST1ACULTURE1ATO-BELONG1^$GEST-OFF^*
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m[MG]aber interessantkultur
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   What do you do in Germany in your leisure time?
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mdeutschfreizeit
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   And he works as a Bundesbahnschaffner. [ticket collector for the German Federal Railway, state railway before the Deutsche Bahn AG]
rHIS-HER1*PROFESSION2*RAILWAY1*TO-BELONG1^CONDUCTOR1*
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mberufbundesbahnschaffner
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   We need a new painter to work for us.“
r$INDEX4*I1TO-BELONG1^I1TO-NEED3*AN1A
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mbrauchein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   When I started working, I unlocked the door.
rI1TO-CLOSE2A*I1TO-BELONG1^
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mauf
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   We were nine children including me.
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mzusammenneunkinder
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Well, that is your opinion.
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m
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   They offered activities for their deaf children.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1*OFFER1AFOR1TO-BELONG1^CHILD2*$GEST-OFF^
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mdaangebotfürihrkinder
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Kind of along the lines of, “ What do you want?”
rTO-LOOK-AT1*$GEST-OFF^TO-BELONG1^WHAT1A^
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m[MG]waswill
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Afterwards I wish them lots of fun and return to my desk.
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mvielspaß[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   But afterwards I was self-confident and was able to communicate my needs.
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m[MG][MG]forderungen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   So I had made it.
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m[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Because of me being deaf, the principal was already in contact with the health department anyway.
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munddirektorauchgesundheitsamt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   But I was born in Germany.
rRIGHT-OR-CORRECT1B*GERMAN1*BIRTH1A*TO-BELONG1^
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mrichtigdeut{schland}geboren
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   On the one hand, you have to pay for the hearing aids if you’re over 18.
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machtzehnbezah{len} bezahlhör{gerät}[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But the CI, on the other hand, still remains completely free.
rDIFFERENCE1BEVERYTHING1CFREE1$GEST-OFF^
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m{unter}schiedallesfrei
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   I was still unsure what to do, but then said that I wanted to get to know the service and needed an introduction.
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m[MG][MG]ichmöchteheute
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   Those people are part of the staff for the barbecue meatpacking.
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machflei{sch}für
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Now it's nice, because we respect one another.
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mjetzt[MG][MG]respekt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   When I was still small, my mom took care of me and at some point, I will take care of my own children.
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mfrüherichkleinmutterpflege
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   She doesn’t know what deaf culture means because she isn’t integrated into the deaf world.
rINTEGRATION1CULTURE1A*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*TO-BELONG1^
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mkulturwas
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   The workers are moved around and only the company's financial gain is of importance to assure everything is working fine.
rMONEY1AWAGE3^AND2ATO-BELONG1^COMPANY1BTO-RUN-MACHINE1$INDEX1*
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mgeldundfirmaläuft
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   On that specific day - September 11th, 2001 - at about 3 p.m., I was at home with my mother.
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mzu hausbescheidzusammen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Then they asked themselves where they could drop this all-consuming bomb.
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mwohin
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   Now I get it: you don't have an appointment but rather the date was cancelled.
rATTENTION1A^TO-BELONG1^TO-COMPREHEND1^TO-THINK1BSELF1A*
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mdenkenselbst
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   I think we should bring children into our world the natural way. It shouldn’t matter if they are deaf or hearing.
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mliebergeburtnaturobhörend
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Should we talk about the same topic as that discussed in the video or pick another topic?
rSAME2ADIFFERENT1TO-BELONG1^$GEST-OFF^
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manders
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Should we discuss the same topic as in the video or something different? Or make up one like he just did?
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moderanders[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   The operation is much easier.
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meinfachero-peinfach
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   I want an interesting topic.
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m[MG]thema
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   There are two different sign languages, one in East and one in West Germany, at the moment.
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mostanderegebärdensprachewestwestgebärdensprache
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Are you talking about East or West Germany?
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mostwest
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   They get accredited for a proper and professional sign language use.
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mpurprofessionell
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   I asked her if she had an open slot that week.
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mwodiese wochedaterminfrei
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   Or maybe some elderly people like oddities like that, as well.
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mgefällt[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   Yet, it‘s a matter of taste, well.
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m[MG]geschmackssache
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   But with a CI/
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maberc-i
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   I loved ‘Heimatfilme‘ [film genre popular in German speaking countries from the #194xs to the early 1970s].
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mfilmheimatfilm
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   I always thought of all the great things that were waiting for me at home. All right.
rTO-BELONG1^TO-BELONG1^GO-HOME1TO-BELONG1^
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mfrohwartenzu hausewas
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   I always thought of all the great things that were waiting for me at home. All right.
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mfrohwartenzu hausewasviel
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   I always thought of all the great things that were waiting for me at home. All right.
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mfrohwartenzu hausewasvielso[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Yes, those were a thing back when I went to school.
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mauchlange
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   How old is your mother?
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mwie altmamawie alt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   At school with all those hearing people I mostly sat around.
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mhörende
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   But I also said that I’m busy on a lot of days already.
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maber[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   He means ASL.
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ma-s-lmeint
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Blind people mostly use Braille.
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m[MG]blindbraille
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   But I don’t mean that, I mean English Sign Language.
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menglischgebärdensprache
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   And they manage that, even though they still have their own identity and the Chinese Sign Language in China.
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mobwohlchinaidentitäteigene
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   They also need their Chinese identity there.
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michchina
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   It should only be kept for difficult words.
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mbesserschwerwort
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   No one of my family is from East Germany.
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mich
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   He was Russian, and I knew that I‘d be better off ignoring him.
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mru{sse}[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_11 | 46-60m   I had to try and get everything into a chronological order.
rTO-BELONG1^TIME1*I1MEANING1*
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mbrauchzeitbedeutet
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_11 | 46-60m   The teletext also said there had been a third plane crash. The fourth plane, however, crashed somewhere else because there had been a heroic fight.
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mheldenviert
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   They were from Munich.
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mausmünchen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   Longer opening hours are an advantage for me.
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mfür michvorteillängerauf
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   I hope you’ll stay healthy.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_14 | 46-60m   The Sisters were only pleased when you had prayed.
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mzufrieden
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   You have to take responsibility for the other 50,000 euros, which means you share the risk with the bank for one half of the money.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   What do you mean?
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mmeinst du
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   She was a great role model for me.
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mgutvorbildvorbildwie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Therefore, this story moved me a lot back then.
rTO-CUT-WITH-SCISSORS1^*BEFORE1G^HISTORY-OR-STORY2*TO-BELONG1^*FOR1*GOOD1$GEST-OFF^
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mgeschichtefürmich
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   That’s what it was usually like in Essen.
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messenso
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I learned some new signs, and we exchanged our experiences in life.
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msowaslebenaustausch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I know because I‘ve been to Egypt before. I only ate at the hotel there, too.
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mkennefrüherägyptengewesenägypten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I know because I‘ve been to Egypt before. I only ate at the hotel there, too.
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mfrüherägyptengewesenägyptenhotel
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   I am a fearful person, that’s how it is. Now, I don’t have it on my mind anymore, but it was still horrible.
r$GEST^FEAR1*SENSITIVE1A*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^GONE-TO-VANISH1*$GEST-NM^
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m[MG]empfindlichaber[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   My oldest daughter currently studies architecture in Cottbus.
rAS-OR-THAN1ARCHITECT2TO-STUDY1TO-BELONG1^*
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malsarchitektstudium
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   Back then I was very engaged in both things.
rTHIS2THEREFORE1*TO-BELONG1^*TO-PUT-IN3^*WITH1A*ACTIVE2
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mdarummitaktiv
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   My biggest success of my whole sports career was when we won the gold metal in Australia.
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mgoldwasserballgold
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I'm proud of it.
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mfühlenmichstolz
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   We demanded from our coaches that they should shave their heads since they had promised to do so if we won the gold medal.
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mhatversprochenwirgoldgeholt
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I will look after him.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1BTO-SLIDE-OR-TO-PUSH2^*
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maufpassen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   All I wanted was freedom, but I was stuck in the German Democratic Republic, in the east.
rROUND-BALL1^*GDR4EAST1BTO-BELONG1^*
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md-d-rost
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   My father’s cousin and some of his relatives lived there, and I visited them from time to time, but I didn’t really feel comfortable in the West.
rMY1*FATHER1*TO-BELONG1^*RELATED1*COUSIN-FEMALE1*RELATED1
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mmeinvaterve{rwandte}cousineverwandte
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   They were from Berlin and from Dresden, and I came from Erfurt.
rBERLIN1B*$PRODTO-BELONG1^*$PRODDRESDEN1MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*
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mberlinerfurtdresden
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   No, the training to become a tailor took place in Halle.
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mhallehallenäherhalle
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   No, the training to become a tailor took place in Halle.
rHALLE-CITY1TAILOR1*HALLE-CITY1TO-BELONG1^*
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mhallenäherhalle
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   No. Dental technicians were trained in Dresden.
rTOOTH1*TECHNOLOGY1*DRESDEN1*TOOTH1*TECHNOLOGY1*
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mzahntechnikerdresdenzahntechniker
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Lab technicians were also trained in Dresden.
rLABORATORY1*DRESDEN1*
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mlabordresden
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Right, metalworker was another possible occupation.
rMETALWORKER1*TO-BELONG1^*
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mschlosser
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   There weren’t many cultural activities in our town.
rCULTURE1A*TO-BELONG1^*AREA1A^*FRIEND7*GENERALLY3*
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mkulturfreunde
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Just from the way he looked my first thought was, “This man is my dream man!”
r
lOBJECT1^*TO-PLEASE1ON-PERSON1TO-BELONG1^*THIS1ATO-BELONG1^*I1
mwiegefälltmir[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Just from the way he looked my first thought was, “This man is my dream man!”
r
lON-PERSON1TO-BELONG1^*THIS1ATO-BELONG1^*I1THIS2*MY1*
mmir[MG][MG]mein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   The woman goes upstairs, wondering what that was about.
r$INDEX1WHAT1B*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BTO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^
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m[MG]wasmeint
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   Yes they are married, but they pretend not to be, even though they have a wife.
rTO-MARRY3AYES2TO-BELONG1^*TO-MARRY3APRESENT-OR-HERE1*I1*
l
mverheiratetjaverheiratetda
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I feel like booking interpreters makes more sense in settings like important work meetings or team meetings.
rFEELING2A$INDEX1TO-MATCH3TO-BELONG1^*LIKE4A^*EXAMPLE1$INDEX1
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mfühlpasst[MG]wiebeispiel
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I’m just not that familiar with that topic.
rBIT1B*CARELESS3B
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mbiss{chen}luft[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I was born and raised in Berlin.
rBERLIN1A*TO-GROW-UP1ABERLIN1A*TO-BELONG1^*
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mberlinberlin
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   But anyway, the hearing culture is strange and I don't understand what they're saying. I did not like that.
rTO-BELONG1*CULTURE1A*WEIRD3TO-BELONG1^*OPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*I1*
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m[MG][MG]meinung[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   But anyway, the hearing culture is strange and I don't understand what they're saying. I did not like that.
rWEIRD3TO-BELONG1^*OPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*I1*OFF1C^*$GEST^
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m[MG][MG]meinung[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   It's the World Day in the west.
rWORLD1TO-BELONG1^*
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mwelttag
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   While I was still figuring out what she meant, she already talked about something else.
rI1TO-PONDER1*WHAT-IS-YOUR-OPINION2*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1ALREADY1AAHEAD2
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mwas meintschonvoraus
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Furthermore, I was asked why I was interested in the regional association.
rCOUNTRY3C*UNION1BINTEREST1B
lTO-BELONG1^*
mlandesverbandinteresse
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   It‘s the culinary Olympics of the hearing.
rWHAT1BTO-BELONG1^*EAR1^*TO-COOK3A*OLYMPIA1*
l
mwashör{ende}kocholympiade
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   It shouldn‘t be unbearable to pay the prize, since it‘s only a few times they take place.
r$INDEX1CULTURE1A*$NUM-YEAR-AFTER-NOW1*TO-BELONG1^*CAN2BAN1ATIMES1*
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mfürkultur{tage}vier jahr fünf jahrkanneinmal
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   That's other peoples' opinion.
rDIFFERENT1TO-BELONG1^*OPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*$GEST^
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mandersmeinung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   That's other peoples' opinion.
rDIFFERENT1TO-BELONG1^*OPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*$GEST^
l
mandersmeinung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   And you wanted to say something about the connection between ASL and DGS [short for German Sign Language].
rBEFOREHAND4*YOU1*ASL1*TO-BELONG1^*TO-LINK1B$INDEX1DGS1
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mvorhera-s-ld-g-s
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   They fingerspelled everything so fast.
rMANUAL-ALPHABET1*FAST6*
lTO-BELONG1^*
mfingeralphabetschnell
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Hearing people are very used to putting one word right after the other in a paragraph.
rWHY10A*HEARING1AUSUAL1*TO-BELONG1^*WORD2WORD2WORD2
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mwarumhörend
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.
rBACK-THEN1*OLD2CPERSON1*TO-BELONG1^*OLD2CPERSON1
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mwaraltel{eute}alteleut
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   There were a lot of talks and in America, there are a lot of artists.
rFROM-TO1AMERICA1
lMUCH-OR-MANY1A*LECTURE1TO-BELONG1^*ART4A*$INDEX1
mvielvortragvonamerikakünstler
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   There was a great connection via shuttle, back and forth.
rAND5*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1SELF1A*GOOD1*
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mundhatsehr gut
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   That way, one half of the audience could look into the direction where ASL was being used. You must have overlooked it.
rHALF1A*TO-BELONG1^*YOU1OVER-OR-ABOUT1*TO-SEE1*
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mhä{lfte}amerikanischübergesehen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   There were Indian women there and black women, and they all kissed me.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^INDIA1*TO-BELONG1^*BLACK2*SKIN-CHEEK1TO-COME1*
l
m[MG]indi{sche}frauenschwarz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The kids are just going to turn out troubled.
rFEELING2A*DISRUPTION1ATO-BELONG1^*DISRUPTION1ABODY1^*BEHAVIOUR1*
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mundfühlengestörtgestörtverhalten
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   You’re rather keen about the stuff from the past.
rMORE1MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
l$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*
mmehr
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   I see! To New York.
rNEW-YORK1*ALREADY1ATO-BELONG1^*
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mnew york
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Do you really think it's only the teachers' responsibility?
rTEACHER1ALONE4^*RESPONSIBILITY1*TO-BELONG1^*
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mlehrerverantwortlich
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   In the past - well, it’s common that way in the US - after landing I just told them that I’m deaf.
rAIRPLANE2A*TYPICAL1*AMERICA1*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1I1HERE1
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mflugtypischamerika[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   UA stands for United America. It’s an American airline.
rAIRPLANE2A*TO-BELONG1^JOURNEYMAN1*TO-BELONG1^*
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mfluggesellschaft
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Life is fast, but I take it easy.
r$ORAL^TO-BELONG1^*TO-LIVE1E*PROCEEDING1A*FAST3A
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maberlebenschnell
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   You can’t just go around stealing stuff because they have your fingerprints.
r$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*FINGER3*TO-SWIPE1*CAN2A*
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mfingerabdruck[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   So cute! That was your favorite game.
rSWEET1*YOU1*REGULAR4BTO-BELONG1^*
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msüßstamm
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   After I finished my apprenticeship I stayed in the company.
rTO-BELONG1^I1TO-STAY1TO-BELONG1^*I1OFF1C*TO-BELONG1^
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m[MG]bleibabbleib
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I didn't feel as comfortable in the new department either. It was the electronics department which I don't like very much.
r$INDEX1*ELECTRIC1TO-BELONG1^*I1TASTE1NO1B*
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melektro[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   My name, for example, #Name1 is a typical German name.
rNOW1NOT-ANYMORE1AGERMAN1TO-BELONG1^*WORD3*NOT-ANYMORE1A*$GEST-OFF^*
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mdeutsch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   In a way that said, “Hold on for a second, I am interested in the German Sign Language. It catches my eye right away”.
rGERMAN1*TO-SIGN1A*TO-BE-EYE-CATCHING1^*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1*TO-SIGN1A
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mdeu{tsch}[MG]viel
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   Some German deaf people are very gifted when it comes to introducing new words.
rTHROUGH2A*DEAF1ATO-BELONG1^*GOOD1TO-PRODUCE2^*MUCH-OR-MANY1A
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mdurch[MG]viel
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   My movements/
r$GEST-OFF^*MY1MOVEMENT1A*TO-BELONG1^*
l
mmein
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   They asked in simple signs, “Feeling good?“
rTO-SIGN1A*CONDITION-BODY1*GOOD3*TO-BELONG1^*GOOD3*
l
m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   But when we were supposed to watch a DVD together and analyze it, I didn’t want to subordinate myself, as though I wouldn’t adapt, no.
rEXAMINATION2A*EXAMINATION2A*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1TO-BELONG1^*I2*AND2A*I2*
l
m[MG]wasund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Too bad that we don't have a good regional association for the Saarland. Bummer.
r$GEST-OFF^BUT1*UNFORTUNATELY1*TO-BELONG1^*BOTH1*HERE1*SAARLAND2A
l
maberleidersaarland
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   But it was a nice experience to have in my life.
r$ORAL^BEAUTIFUL5*EXPERIENCE1ATO-BELONG1^*TO-LIVE1C*
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mwarschönerlebnismeinleben
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   My three children all went to the same kindergarten; it was close to our home.
rSAME2A$INDEX1APARTMENT5$GEST^
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mselbekindergartengewohnt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Black is more neutral or related to death, right?
rALSO3A$GEST^BLACK2TO-BELONG1^*
l
mauchschwarz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   There’s many different meanings.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1*MEANING1*TO-BELONG1^*
l
mdabedeutung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Red represents love.
rRED1AMEANING1*LOVE1CTO-BELONG1^*
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mrotbedeutetliebe
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   So there’s many different meanings that have many different origins.
rMEANING1*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST^SOURCE1A^*MEANING1
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mbedeutung[MG]bedeutung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Many things are strongly associated with different colors.
r$GEST^MUCH-OR-MANY6STRONG2B*TO-BELONG1^*
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mstark
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Then the idea came up to assign a color to Deaf people as well.
rTO-BELONG2^*AREA1A*SOURCE1C^*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST^
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m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   The blind or wheelchair users, yes, those are disabled.
rWHEELCHAIR2B*$INDEX1*YES1A*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST^
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mrollstuhlja[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Not just in the youth department but in other areas as well.
rTO-BELONG1^*$GEST^MORE3*ONLY2A*
l
m[MG]mehr mehrnur
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   People are very religious and deafness within a family means that the family itself is “bad“ and has a negative influence on others.
rTO-BELONG1^*LIKE4A*$INDEX1STRONG2B*
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mwiestark
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   One American who knew about our deafness came to us and said, “Kennedy is dead!”
rSELF1A*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BDEAF1ATO-BELONG1^*AREA1A^$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^$GEST^
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mselbstwissen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   I still remember the way.
rI2TO-BELONG1^*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1ATODAY1*STILL5
l
michkenneheutenoch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Ah, he was still alive then.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-LIVE1C*STILL4A*
l
mlebtnoch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Well, they got along well.
rWHY7*HAVE-AUXILIARY1TO-UNDERSTAND1*TO-BELONG1^*
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mwarumhatverstanden
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   In this group, we all used to work on our own.
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mselbstständigarbeitichselbstständig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   It’s known for its extensive history.
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mberühmtfürdiealtegeschichte
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   The best thing for deaf people is to have their own, separate school.
r$INDEX1*TO-SEPARATE1C*TO-BELONG1^*TO-PUT-LOCATION1^*
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mfürgehörlosgetrennteigeneschule
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Because the students have to manage by themselves after leaving school, as well.
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mschuleentlassenmussselbstzurechtfinden
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   But everyone has to try to switch between the two.
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mversuchenwechseldaseinmuss
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   This is our home. We’re typical people from the Palatinate.
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mheimattypischpfälzer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   The entire area around #Name1 was a town back then.
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m#name1warfrühereigenstadt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   But today, #Name1 is the #Name4 district of the city of Ludwigshafen.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Nope, he said: “Ich bin ein Berliner.” [I am a Berliner.]
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michb{in}bineinberlin
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   That was enough for the Germans.
rHISTORY-OR-STORY2*$INDEX1*GERMAN1*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*
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mgeschichtefürdeutsche
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   They were all after the money. Right, that's evidential.
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l
m[MG][MG]stimmtwarbeweis
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   The compensation money got raised due to the length of the lawsuit.
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l
mentsch{ädigung}[MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   no, of/
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l
mvon
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   I understood that they were from England, and I told them that I‘m from Germany.
rI1*ENGLAND3THEN1AI1GERMANY-INTS1*
lRIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*
mstimmenglandgermany
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   They didn‘t; they only knew Dutch and Dutch signs.
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mhollandaberauch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   The second one is average.
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mzweinormal
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   The revenue is important.
rQUOTATION-MARKS1*IMPORTANT1*GROUP1A^*TO-BELONG1^*WAGE3^
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mwichtigumsatz
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   I have to work full-time and I get the full wage.
rTO-STRUGGLE-THROUGH3I1^LATER10*TO-BELONG1^*WELL1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mwir
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   It’s famous in Brunswick.
rBRUNSWICK1*TO-BELONG1^*WELL-KNOWN1B*TO-BELONG1^*
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mbraun{schweig}bekannt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   It’s famous in Brunswick.
rBRUNSWICK1*TO-BELONG1^*WELL-KNOWN1B*TO-BELONG1^*
l
mbraun{schweig}bekannt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   Yes, in Burgdorf.
rWELL-KNOWN3B*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1
l
mbe{kannt}burgdorf
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I watched the collapse and was irritated.
rOPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*TO-FALL-DOWN4BIT2A*
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I already knew it had something to do with what the man, I mean the bus driver, had told us.
rTO-LINK1A$INDEX1*MAN1*TO-BELONG1^*SERVICE-OR-DUTY5^*TO-DRIVE1*TO-TELL3A*
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m[MG]mannbusfahrererz{ählen}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They planned on bringing it to the storage facility, but the local residents wildly protested against it.
rNO1B*OUT3TO-REJECT2*TO-BELONG1^*
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mnein[MG]ab ab
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The Ukrainian team was great.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-SAY1STRONG1A*MOUSTACHE3A^*
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mstarku{kraine}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   It was like an old building, a private hospital, that we were brought to.
rBUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1PRIVATE1AHOSPITAL2ATO-BELONG1^*QUOTATION-MARKS2TO-BELONG1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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mbauprivatkrankenhaus
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   It’s interesting to exchange signs and opinions when meeting people in other countries.
rDIFFERENT2LANGUAGE1TO-BELONG1^*LIKE6*TO-MEET2A*MACHINE-AIDED2A*
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manderesprachewieauto{matisch}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   “Sorry, I don’t understand you“?
rTO-BELONG1^*I-AM-SORRY2*NOT3ATO-UNDERSTAND1*
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mtut mir leidverstehe
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I thought Hildesheim was really great.
rHEART1B^TO-BELONG1^*HILDESHEIM3A*HEART1B^
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m[MG]hildesheim[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Like DGS in Germany, you use BSL in England, and ASL in the U.S.
rAMERICA1*ASL1AMERICA1*SOMETIME1^$INDEX1$GEST^
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   So, why was there a border between the north and the south you ask?
rTO-BELONG1^*I2*$GEST-OFF^BORDER1B
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m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   So, why was there a border between the north and the south you ask?
rI2*$GEST-OFF^BORDER1BTO-BELONG1^*BOTH2A*
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m
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   I don’t know their history.
rTO-BELONG1^*HISTORY-OR-STORY10I2HOW-QUESTION1^
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mgeschichteweiß
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   You get more time; you can plan your free time better. It just fits well.
r$INDEX1*MORE1*TIME7A*TO-BELONG1^*PRESENT-OR-HERE1FREE1LEISURE1B*
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mmehrzeitdafreizeit
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   You get more time; you can plan your free time better. It just fits well.
rFREE1LEISURE1B*TO-EXPLOIT1*TO-BELONG1^*MORE1*I1TO-MATCH1
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mfreizeitausnutzenmehrpasst
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Each group had their own room.
rROOM1AROUND4A^*ROOM1A*TO-BELONG1^*
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mraumraum
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   No, it was just the four of us.
rTO-BELONG1^*ALONE1A$NUM-NUMBER-OF-PEOPLE1:4*
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malleinvier
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Mostly, the “Osterwiese” is held in April.
rPLANE3A^TYPICAL1*APRIL2*TO-BELONG1^*
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mtypischapril
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   They live a normal life today.
rTODAY3TO-DEVELOP1AWHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1*TO-BELONG1^*TO-LIVE1C*$INDEX-ORAL1USUAL1
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mheute[MG]wie sieht auslebennormal
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   I just completely misinterpreted their behavior.
r$INDEX1OPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*NOT3ABEHAVIOUR2*
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m[MG]meintnichtverhalten
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   No, there is the Jacobs coffee, and there is Kraft. They are separate companies.
rCOFFEE2ALOCATION1B^*ANOTHER2
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mjacob's kaffeenochein
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   But it must be something else.
rDIFFERENT1*
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manders
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   In Lower Saxony?
r$GEST^TO-BELONG1^*LOWER-SAXONY1A*ROUND4A^
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mach soniedersachsen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   That is true, helmets for motorcycles have a visor. You are right.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1AVISOR1*TO-BELONG1^*RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1B$INDEX1RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1B
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mrichtig
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   One of the parties in Baden-Wuerttemberg, SPD or CDU or something, only thought about cancelling the benefits.
rTO-BATH1A*$INDEX1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dTO-BELONG1^*PARTY-POLITICAL3AALL1A*$ALPHA-SK:S
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mbaden-württembergein[MG]parteialles-p-d
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   The yellow badge is especially often seen on cars fuelled by diesel.
rWITH1A*DIESEL1PRIMARILY1TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*
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mdiesel[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   I think JFK had new ideas and believes, opposing the costumes of the past.
rDIFFERENT1*IMAGINATION1A$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1^*DIFFERENT1*AS-OR-THAN3UNTIL-TODAY1C
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mandersvorstellungandersalsbis
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   In the past, in nineteen hundred, I myself/
rTO-BELONG1^*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1I1SELF1A
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mfrüherichselbst
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I talked to a deaf friend.
rSOLIDARY1A^$INDEX1*DEAF1A*TO-BELONG1^*TO-SIGN1A
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mfreund[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I'm not in contact with about ten of them.
rTO-LIST1C*$INDEX1CONTACT1TO-BELONG1^*
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m
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I can't believe it.
rI1TO-BELONG1^*
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m
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I had some arguments with my family, because they said everything went well with his CI.
rTO-BELONG1^*BIT4TO-ARGUE3*TO-BELONG1^*
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mbisschen bisschenstreitmit
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I had some arguments with my family, because they said everything went well with his CI.
rTO-BELONG1^*BIT4TO-ARGUE3*TO-BELONG1^*FAMILY1*BECAUSE1$INDEX1*
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mbisschen bisschenstreitmitfamilieweil
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It's their faith.
rPECULIAR1TO-BELIEVE2A*TO-BELIEVE3TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]glauben
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   You just want to get help.
rTO-BELONG1^*THIS2*TO-HELP1*DOWN1^
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m[MG]helfen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   Yes, those with the skulls on it, but it’s more of an orange.
rSKELETON1*ORANGE-FRUIT3A*ORANGE3ASKELETON1*
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   It is true, yes, but I don't wear hearing aids, I'm sorry.
rI1$PROD$GEST-OFF^TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^
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mtut mir leid
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   When the Stasi had something against him, then it also affected his daughter and so on.
rIF-OR-WHEN1APROTECTION2A^*TO-BELONG1^*DAUGHTER1$INDEX1*ALSO3A*
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m[MG]tochterauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   That person looked after the boiling pasta.
rTO-COOK2C*NOODLES5*TO-BELONG1^*
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mkochenaufpassennudeln
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   They should live their life the way they want to.
rTO-LIVE4*TO-DECIDE1B$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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mselbstlebenentscheiden[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Everyone is always looking for their roots.
rTO-BELONG1^*EVERYONE1BCHILD1*TO-SEARCH1*
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mwarumjedekindsuch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   At the Children's Sign Language Festival the children could use their language unfettered.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   I just hadn't thought about it.
rNOT3ATO-THINK1ABACK-THEN1*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*
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mnichtgedachtdamals[MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   And the politicians were against the subvention for new homeowners and that's why they cut it from the budget.
rALSO1APOLITICS1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^TO-BELONG1^*OWN1BHOME7TO-POUR2^
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mauchpolitikerhateigenheimzulage
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   That's my weak spot.
rI1TO-BELONG1^*HEAVY4^
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mschwierig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   The class of my colleague’s son also has regular sign language lessons.
rCOLLEAGUE1A$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1^*SON1*$INDEX1*CLASS1*
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msohnkla{sse}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   That meant that Gunter had basically led a double life: on the one hand he was active in the public eye, on the other hand he had a another, more private life.
rTO-HIDE1A*$INDEX1*TO-LIVE1A*AREA2A^*
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mgunter puttrichwarumleben
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Many people prefer to live in a two-room apartment.
rCHAMBER1A*
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mvielwollen lieberzweizimmer
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Somewhere else they had sculptures of pigs.
rDIFFERENT2
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mandersschwein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   Everyone else in the firm works as an architect.
rPRIMARILY1ALL2AARCHITECT1TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]allearchitektur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   Oh, okay, you can become an constructional engineer in Essen.
rATTENTION1A^*BUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1TECHNOLOGY1TO-BELONG1^*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*TO-OWN1*TECHNOLOGY1
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mstimmtbautechnikessen[MG]bautechnik
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   Oh, okay, you can become an constructional engineer in Essen.
rTO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*TO-OWN1*TECHNOLOGY1TO-BELONG1^*
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messen[MG]bautechnik
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   He will graduate from High School soon.
rA-LEVEL1TO-WIND1^*TO-ROLL1A^*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST^
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mabitur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   That was new to me, but that's the regulation there.
rWEIRD1RULE1A^TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   So they gave out money. Well, my opinion was different from the politicians‘.
rPOLITICS1OPINION1ADIFFERENT1TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^
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mpol{itik}meintanders
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   I did it the natural way and slept with my husband.
rLIKE-THIS3*$GEST^NATURE3*TO-BELONG1^*
l
msonatur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   But that is not accepted here in Germany, because it is an American degree.
rNOT3A*HERE1*TO-POINT-AT1*TO-BELONG1^*TO-POINT-AT1*
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mnuramerika
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   If I need an interpreter for private reasons, I sometimes take my daughter with me to interpret for me.
r$GEST-OFF^*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1AINTERPRETER1*TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]dolmetschen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   It really is up to yourself.
rHIS-HER1*TO-BELONG1^*
l
m
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Everyone was allowed to dress according to their own liking.
rWITH1ATO-BELONG1^*TASTE1SELECTION1FTO-DRESS-UPPER-BODY1A*
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mmitselbstgeschmack
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Rocket technology was invented by the Germans, though.
r$INDEX1ROCKET1B*TECHNOLOGY1TO-BELONG1^*GERMAN1TO-BELONG1^*
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mraketentechnikdeutschdeutsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Rocket technology was invented by the Germans, though.
rTECHNOLOGY1TO-BELONG1^*GERMAN1TO-BELONG1^*
l
mdeutschdeutsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   He was German.
r$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*GERMAN1HERE1
l
mdeutsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Russia and Ukraine are two autonomous countries.
rRUSSIA1*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1UKRAINE1AREA1D*
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mrussla{nd}ukraine
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Ukraine was proud of the power plant.
rAREA1A^*ROUND4A^TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*NUCLEAR1I1
l
mukraineatomich
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   The different European countries’ signs should remain.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-STAY2*
l
meuropa
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   It would be a loss.
rTO-BELONG1^*LOSS1C
l
mverlust
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   They are organic.
rTO-BELONG1^*BIO1BIO1$INDEX2
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mbiobio
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   I sometimes go for a run just for the fun of it.
rTO-BELONG1^*SELF1ATO-JOG1CIRCLE2*
l
mselbstjoggen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There used to be a line between women and men.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1TO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1^*END1A
l
mfrüherfraumann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There used to be a line between women and men.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1TO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1^*END1A
l
mfrüherfraumann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   So I was lying there and it was extremely hard. Turning around didn’t help, my bottom started hurting eventually. That’s how it was there.
rVERY7*LIKE-THIS1ATO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG][MG]so
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Everyone wants to have everything for themselves.
rTO-KEEP1*TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]selbst selbstselbstselbst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Everyone wants to have everything for themselves.
rTO-KEEP1*TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]selbst selbstselbstselbst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   My family was great.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1^*GOOD1FAMILY1
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michsehrgute familie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   My family was great.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1^*GOOD1FAMILY1
l
michsehrgute familie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   I am thankful for the situation today.
rTODAY1I1*TO-BELONG1^*THANKS2*
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maber heutefrohdankbar
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   I told her that I was happy for her and proud of her.
rTO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-OFF^I1
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mfroh
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   She likes the profession to this day.
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msoschönfroh
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.
r$ORAL^SOURCE1C^*PEOPLE2TO-BELONG1^*TOO-BAD1*NO1AMEMORIAL1
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mundkünst{ler}schadedenkmal
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   You were able to go swimming and look through the glass windows at the bottom.
rTO-BELONG1^*$GEST^I2*TO-SWIM1*
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m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   At this festival the hearing people get drunk.
rMOST1AHEARING1BINTOXICATED3*TO-BELONG1^*
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mmeisthörend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   You can row, play tennis or use a soccer field and everything is for free.
r$GEST^TO-ROW1*AND2A*OUTDOORS1A^*TENNIS1*
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mundtennis
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   You can row, play tennis or use a soccer field and everything is for free.
rTO-COST1*NOTHING1BTENNIS1*FOOTBALL1BPLACE3*TO-BELONG1^*
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mkostennichtstennisfußballplatz
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   You can row, play tennis or use a soccer field and everything is for free.
rFOOTBALL1BPLACE3*TO-BELONG1^*
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mfußballplatz
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   They have a gigantic amount of activities for your free time.
rTIME5B^*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
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mfreizeitviel
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   They offer not only leisure activities but also cultural activities.
rCULTURE1A*THEATRE6*TO-BELONG1^*GOOD1
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mkulturtheater
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   They offer not only leisure activities but also cultural activities.
rCULTURE1A*THEATRE6*TO-BELONG1^*GOOD1
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mkulturtheater
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   I would tell you the history of Cologne.
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mbis{schen}gesch{ichte}köln
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   They have different types of springs.
rPRIMARILY1TO-BELONG1^*DIFFERENT1SOURCE1A*WATER5
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m[MG]an{ders}wasserquellen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   He didn't invent the Eau de Cologne because the French brought fragrances with them when they came to Germany.
rREALLY2TRUE1*FRANCE3ATO-BELONG1^*PERFUME3$INDEX1*TO-BRING-ALONG1*
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mwahrfranzosenparfümaberbringen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   They really do have such a refreshment water in monasteries, however.
r$PRODCOOL-OR-COLD2*TO-PRAY1B^TO-BELONG1^*
l
mkühlkühlkloster
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   Or maybe a specialty from the Cologne-Bonn region that is famous for its “Sauerbraten”.
r$INDEX2COLOGNE2*TO-BELONG1^*BONN2*COLOGNE2*AREA1A*
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moderkölnbonnköln
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   The school for the deaf on one side, that for the hard of hearing on the other.
rDEAF1A*HARD-OF-HEARING1*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   The school for the deaf on one side, that for the hard of hearing on the other.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   She went to school in Euskirchen and lived in a home there.
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mschuleheim
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   There was a tailor shop in the hall where the deaf people were working, and there was a tailor shop for paraments, for the chasuble, you know?
rTHERE-IS2*TAILOR1*TO-BELONG1^*AREA1A^*DEAF1A*AREA1A^*
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mgibtschneidereisaal[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   We eventually had enough and secretly went into our classroom right away and stayed there.
rSECRETLY3TO-GO-THERE1*CHAMBER1ATO-BELONG1^*TO-STAY2*
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mheimlichzimmerbleib
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   I accepted whatever the coach said.
rI1TO-BELONG1^*COACH1WHAT1ATO-SAY1
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m[MG]trainerwassagen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   We sat and chatted with each other and my aunt asked me: “You want to fly to New Zealand tomorrow, right?”
rTO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*$GEST^*TO-BELONG1^*TO-SPEAK2*MY1AUNT10*
l
mmeintante
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   We were supposed to change the airplane there to get to New Zealand.
rTO-SWAP2^AIRPLANE2ANEW-ZEALAND2*TO-BELONG1^*AIRPLANE2A$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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mandersflugzeugneuseeland
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   I had a really good life for four weeks.
rWEEK1B*TO-BELONG1^*BEAUTIFUL3*TO-LIVE1CDOWN1^
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mvier wochenschönleben
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   How about if I were to talk about nature, somebody else about identity aspects and another person about culture and another one about recent studies.
rCULTURE1B*I1TO-WISH1BTO-BELONG1^*NATURE4*$INDEX2TO-BELONG1*
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mkulturwunschnatur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   How about if I were to talk about nature, somebody else about identity aspects and another person about culture and another one about recent studies.
rTO-BELONG1*TO-WISH1B*SCIENCE2TO-BELONG1^*
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mwünschenwissen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   My father-in-law, who is deaf as well, told me, “Go ahead and travel to Taiwan!”
rI1TO-BELONG1^*RELATED1A^*$MORPH-IN-LAW2FATHER-$CANDIDATE-KOE17^
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mschwiegervater
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   It‘s their decision.
rTO-BELONG1^*
l
m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I was really enthusiastic about one show with music. They were from Bremen.
r$GEST-TO-PONDER1^TO-BELONG1^BREMEN1TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*
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mbremen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Yes. Bremen.
r$INDEX1BREMEN1*TO-BELONG1^*YES1A*
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mbremen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Yet, one of the deaf colleagues wanted to focus on his work, and another one wasn‘t in the mood, because he was a bit shy.
rTO-CUT2A^$GEST-OFF^*HANDS-OFF1^TO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*
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mkeine lustscheu
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   It is still shown in the Old Town as a memory.
rTO-SHOW1ANARROW1A^*MEMORY-OR-REMINDER3ATO-BELONG1^*
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malterinnerung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   We are working on it; there are some details missing.
rTO-TINKER1BTO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*$ORAL^METICULOUS1
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mbastelnmuss[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Maybe those deaf people have very religious parents.
rTO-BELIEVE2BSTRONG2BTO-BELIEVE2ATO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^
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mstarkglaube
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   They weren't even born back then, but maybe in 1990 or even later.
r$NUM-TENS2A:9BIRTH1BPERIOD1A^*TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   In eastern Germany, people are casual and warm with each other.
rEAST1A*LOOSE1*TO-BELONG1^*QUESTION1$PROD
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mostenlocker
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Right, if a star, a famous person is from eastern Germany, they also add this information.
rWHO6*CELEBRITY1FAMOUS2ATO-BELONG1^*FROM7EAST1AWORD3
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mwerstarberühmtausostenwort
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Western Germany does support this, though.
r$GEST-OFF^TO-SUPPORT1A*TO-BELONG1^*DIFFERENCE1C^
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munter{stützung}aufwestgeld
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Until now it does, yes. They gave it to the east.
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mostfer{tig}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   My husband was watching TV.
rI2MARRIAGE4$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1HIS-HER1*HIS-HER1*
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mmannfernseher
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   All went well, and everyone got their own room.
rPROCEEDING1^*TO-BELONG1^*DONE1A
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m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   She wanted to be near her sons and not be gone all the time.
rTO-BELONG1^*$GEST^$INDEX1MUCH-OR-MANY1A
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meigenweilviel
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Later he became secretary in the youth department of the Deaf sports club.
rDEAF1ASPORTS1CLERK2*TO-BELONG1^*IN1DEAF1AYOUNG1*
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mgehörlosensportsekretärimgehörlosensport-jugend{leiter}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Then one of them was elected leader of the party.
rSELECTION1A*PARTY-POLITICAL1TO-GUIDE1BTO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1^*
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m[MG]parteileiter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Then one of them was elected leader of the party.
rPARTY-POLITICAL1TO-GUIDE1BTO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1^*
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mparteileiter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_08 | 46-60f   I used to use the German Telecom as my service provider.
rTO-BELONG1^*FOR1*INTERNET-$CANDIDATE-LEI36^$INDEX1*
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m[MG]fürinternet
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   It’s here in Leipzig.
rHERE1LEIPZIG1A*HERE1TO-BELONG1^*
l
mleipzig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   It is the teachers’ job, too, to further the learning development of their students.
rTO-DEVELOP1ASCHOOL1CSPECIAL1*TO-BELONG1^*
l
mentwicklungschulespezial
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   No. Well, at school yes.
rNOT5*TO-BELONG1^*TO-SIGN1ABUT1SCHOOL1A
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mnichtaberschule
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   There was something else at a different lake.
r$INDEX1DIFFERENT2*$ALPHA1:S-E-ETO-BELONG1^*
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manderersee
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   It is a canoe park at Lake Markkleeberg.
rGERMAN-MARK1MOUNTAIN1A*$ALPHA1:S-E-ETO-BELONG1^*WITH2TO-PADDLE1^
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mmarkkleebergseemitkanupark
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Yes, it is a restaurant focused on potato dishes.
rRESTAURANT1*$INDEX1POTATO3BTO-BELONG1^*FOR1POTATO3BTO-BELONG1^
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mrestaurantfürkartoffel aber
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   That's that.
rTO-BELONG1^*$GEST-OFF^*
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m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   So, I came up with a story based on something that had happened to my parents that they had told me.
rI1PARENTS4*WHAT1B*TO-BELONG1^*TO-LIVE1G*I2^TO-TELL3A*
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mwaserle{ben}erzähl
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   What’s crucial is that the reverend’s parents were deaf.
rTHROUGH2A$INDEX1PRIEST1*TO-BELONG1^*PARENTS4ALSO1A*DEAF1A
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mdurchpfarrerseinelternauch[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   We bought proper clothes, like caps, for the children and my wife.
rFOR1*CHILD2CLOTHES5A*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1*WIFE1FOR1
l
mfürkinderfürfraufür
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   Fortunately, we were in East German by then.
rEND1AEAST1ATO-BELONG1^*
l
mendeost
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   He entered the room and went to the receptionist, who was a really nice person.
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m[MG]wieinformation
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   The boy was from America.
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l
mausamerika
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Somewhere in England.
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m[MG]england
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Somewhere in England.
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mengland
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   So he returned and stayed in motor sports. He can’t stop.
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l
mbleibmotorsportbleibenaufhör
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   At some point I agreed and they dragged me along.
rNEXT3$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*TO-TAKE-SB-OR-STH-ALONG1*
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   Originally we wanted to travel to the Netherlands since friends of my parents live there.
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l
mfreundeeltern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   Family and people are important.
rTO-BELONG1^*FAMILY1HUMAN2*IMPORTANT1*
l
mfamiliemenschenwichtig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   It’s like that for quite a while, behind there there’s Bielefeld.
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mdann w{ald}[MG]bielefeld
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   Usually, the sun is shining and it’s warm.
rMOST1ASUN1A*WARM1CTO-BELONG1^*
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mmeist{ens}sonnewarm[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   That was merely important for myself.
rONLY2AFOR1*IMPORTANT1TO-BELONG1^*
l
mnurfür michwichtig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   The pictures show that it’s really dreamlike.
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m[MG][MG]traum
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I thought, 'What does that mean, “GDR”?'
rOPINION1B*GDR4OPINION1B*TO-BELONG1^*I2*$GEST^
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mmeintd-d-rwas meint[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Today's jersey shorts are a little longer, but they used to be really short in the GDR.
r$PROD$PROD
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mfrühd-d-r
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Everything was a little more liberal back then.
rLIKE3A*FREE2A$GEST^
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mwiefrei
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   They knew that Hungary was here, Austria there, and then Germany next to it.
rAUSTRIA1*
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   There was/
r$INDEX1SUDDENLY4^*TO-BELONG1^*ROOM1B*
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mein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   There’s a lot of traffic and bustle in China.
rPRIMARILY1TRAFFIC1A*PRIMARILY1
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m[MG]verkehr[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   There are deaf people in a group of disabled people in Münster.
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mbehindertenda
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   I’d rather go somewhere by myself so that I can go back home whenever I want to.
rTO-BELONG1^*CAR-DRIVING2TO-LOOK1I1^*
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mprivatwann will
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   Something simple, something where I would be able to understand the meaning and the message from God.
rMEANING3*$INDEX1*OPINION1BTO-BELONG1^*GOD5*GOD2$INDEX1*
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mbedeutetwasmeintgott
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   The texts are one thing but they often have a deeper meaning and one has to be able to understand what the author actually means.
rROUND-THE-CORNER1^*ROUND-THE-CORNER1^*OPINION1ATO-BELONG1^*
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mgemeint
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   I’m supposed to find my way to him through books.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1*I2*PRESENT-OR-HERE1
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mwie ichda
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   When the man was inside the woman, they belong together.
rIN1*SEXUAL-INTERCOURSE3^*TO-BELONG1^*TO-BELONG1*COHERENCE3
l
mingehtgehörtzusammen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   I told him that they have subtitles on TV in America.
rTELEVISION1B*SQUARE1^AMERICA1*TO-BELONG1^*TO-TELL4*SUBTITLES2*$INDEX1
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mfernsehenamerika[MG]untertitel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   It's a tradition to do it like this.
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l
mtrad{ition}deutschland
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   I thought to myself, “You can't be serious in saying that this is a tradition.”
rI1$GEST^TRADITION3*TO-BELONG1^*$GEST^
l
mtraditionnoch so
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   That’s how they did it. The English came at night.
rTO-BELONG1^*NIGHT2*TO-BELONG1^*
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mengländernacht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   That’s how they did it. The English came at night.
rTO-BELONG1^*NIGHT2*TO-BELONG1^*
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mengländernacht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   Japanese people take pride in their honor.
rAREA1A^*PROUD1TO-HONOUR1ATO-BELONG1^*
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mstolz
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.
rSELF1A*TO-BELONG1^*RADIO1BOVER-OR-ABOUT1TO-SPREAD2^
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mselbsthatradioüberfunk
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I always travel to another country each time.
rTO-BELONG1^*EVERYONE1A*DIFFERENT2COUNTRY1A*
l
mgernjedeandere
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Hey you, city and country doesn’t only refer to where we live, but also, more generally, to everything that’s a part of that.
rMEANING1*ONLY2BI1TO-BELONG1^*TO-NEED3*AREA1B*OTHERWISE1^
l
mbedeutetnicht nurbrauchensondern
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   She is very religious, Catholic, herself, and she goes to church regularly.
r$INDEX1*TO-PRAY1B^*CATHOLIC1A*TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1*CHURCH2ADILIGENT1
l
mkatholischkirchefleißig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   She is very religious, Catholic, herself, and she goes to church regularly.
rCHURCH2ADILIGENT1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*TO-BELONG1^*
l
mkirchefleißig[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   Last year, her son started the preparation class for his First Communion.
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m[MG][MG]sohnl{etztes}jahr
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   But the teacher had told my dad that I should practice speaking at home.
rTEACHER1*TO-PART-TO-CUT1^OUTDOORS2^TO-BELONG1^*$INDEX1TO-PRACTICE1*$INDEX1
l
mlehrerhataufpapaübenzu hause
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   The whole time – an entire day – I cried, “Mom, mom!“
rDAY3I1^TO-HOLD-ON2^*TO-BELONG1^*
l
mtagmama[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   I just didn't want to.
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l
m[MG][MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   I was happy about it, and I grit my teeth and worked hard.
rTO-BELONG1^*I1*TO-STRUGGLE-THROUGH3TO-WORK4^
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mbin froh[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   I’m the head of the senior group.
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mseniorenleiter
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   For forty years, they were used to living with the wall. To me, that seems impossible.
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mgewohnheit[MG]vierzigjahr
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   I am happy about the way it is.
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l
mich binfrohich bin froh[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   I was told, because all of them are older and not very fit, it’d be good to take the urban train to Starnberg Nord.
rI2TO-RECOMMEND1AI2TO-BELONG1^*COMMUTER-TRAIN1*UNTIL1$ALPHA1:S
l
michempfehlens-bahnbisstarnberg
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   I know that he’s already dating another deaf woman now.
r$INDEX1TO-SAY1*$INDEX1TO-BELONG1^*DIFFERENT2*TOGETHER-PERSON1*$GEST-DECLINE1^
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msaganders#name6
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   That way, she had her peace.
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mhatruhe
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   That way, she had her peace.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   One part of the park is cowboy themed, another area is a fairy tale world, and the next one has a future theme.
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meincowboyauch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   You are also able to try out new local dishes in the different countries.
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mund
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   But we’re all very proud of the German, our German Pope.
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msehrstolzdeutschedeutscherpapst
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   But his brother, Benedict’s brother from Regensburg, looks very lovable and nice.
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l
mundaberwassein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Look at that, it was a German! One of our own, born in Marktl.
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mselbstdeutschgeborenin
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Only people from the region know the symbols.
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mwirkenn
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Or I'm not paying any attention to them at all because I don't have time and I'm always out and about.
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mkannkeinezeit
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   My mother was someone who dreamt a lot, a permanent dreamer.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   If I had to go out or change, I very carefully pressed the door handle, and the baby woke up.
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mwillfortoder[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   If I had to go out or change, I very carefully pressed the door handle, and the baby woke up.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I didn’t really know.
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m[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Some of the mothers complained to the teacher.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I simply told him that it was our little secret.
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l
mnurunsergeheimnis
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I'll talk about our club's 40th anniversary in Dachau.
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mvierzigjahrevereindachau
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I actually had thought of a specific division of tasks.
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l
m[MG]aufgaben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   One person organized one task, and another one took care of the room.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   One person organized one task, and another one took care of the room.
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mküm{mern}aufgabe
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I said that it was no wonder I didn’t read them, because what I actually wanted to be was a masseur.
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l
michmasseur
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The employee thought about it for a bit and then made a phone call.
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marbeitsamtüberlegtgut[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   If someone flinches their shoulder during my massage, I will stop what I’m doing and ask whether it hurt or whether that spot is tense, and then I can go on working on that.
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m[MG][LM:ah]schmerz[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You can play paintball very close by.
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mfreizeitspielpaintballpaintball
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   There are six different fields.
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mdahatdasechsversch{iedene}
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You’d be easy about the decision.
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mjao{kay}entschei{dung}lock{er}
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   Do you know that one monument? It's golden and somehow twisted within itself. It's sited near the Statue of Liberty.
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mdenkmalgold
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   No. I, too, was still very young.
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mda{mals}jung
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_05 | 61+m   He said, ”It’s best to not say anything and to come right back home after you go voting. Okay?”
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msagtamgehen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   Well, I always answered that I really had to thank my mother for that.
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mich habgesagtichbinmitmeinmutter
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   I started my job training there around that time.
rAPPRENTICE1A*TO-BELONG1^*
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mlehrling
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   Force and pressure measurements?
rFORCE2APHYSICS-$CANDIDATE-MVP03^TO-BELONG1^*
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mkraftphysik
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   I was staying at a hotel there.
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mhabeimhotel
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   A lot of the vineyards, no I mean, a lot of the vintner’s have/
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mweinberghabenweinbauerhaben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   A lot of the vineyards, no I mean, a lot of the vintner’s have/
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mhabenweinbauerhaben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Where are those rivers exactly?
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mwogenau
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Well, around Bayreuth, that’s right.
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mbayreuthbayreuthstimmt
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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mwohnenheuchelhofweißalleleute
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Everyone could follow their identity and their own taste.
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m[MG]identität[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Now it's nice, because we respect one another.
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mjetzt[MG][MG]respektper{son}
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Now, with growing self-confidence, the deaf don’t really borrow terms from the hearing anymore, it rather emerges from the symbols we perceive visually.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I'm just deaf, it's my thing."
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m[MG][MG]weg
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Stuttgart’s team won, and we lost.
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mstuttgarterst[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   They have to travel to different cities.
rMUST1DIFFERENCE1BCITY2*TO-BELONG1^*
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mmussverschiedenstädte
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I would’ve taken off the headphones as well.
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michabmachen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   For example, there was the German Cup Championship, as well.
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mpokalmeisterschaftim
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's one of the reasons, but it's not just about the money, it's way more complicated.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   Because the boss, I mean the state, pays the employees and the companies stay out of it and don't have to pay.
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mstaatbezahlen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's supposed to be that way, so no company can put people under wage pressure like it happened with the one-euro jobs, which went terribly wrong.
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mfirmawiedruckeineuro
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   There are many lawyers, notaries and people with high incomes in the FDP.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   There are many lawyers, notaries and people with high incomes in the FDP.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   They are usually thankful to the other members of the party.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I worked for one company, you see, but I got an offer from another, where a lot of deaf people worked.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   The company I worked for employed mostly hearing people.
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mfirmamehrhörend
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   In school, hearing kids were among themselves and I was with my sister.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   We had the same opinion on the soccer team FC Bayern Munich. We were enthusiastic and discussed it vividly.
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mausbayernstimmtgleich
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   Back then you reserved seats for us on the couch with your scarf.
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mschalbesetzt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   This is a way in which the soccer and handball team can communicate. And why shouldn't they?
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I was only being worked into the topic.
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mmitnurführung
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I was trained there for two weeks.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I didn't quite know what to say and told him, “Sorry, I am so used to your way of signing that for me it's just a simple sign language.
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mdenkgewohntleichtgebärden
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_03 | 46-60f   I already turned in the application.
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mobanmelden
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   A young student was involved in quite a startling case.
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mstu{dent}jung[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   Sometimes it’s better to be honest.
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mmanchmalehrlichmeine
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   He does this job to earn a bit of money.
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mjobgeldverdienenjob
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_06 | 31-45f   At least the event throughout the day was really nice.
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mtagwarsehrschön
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Additionally, there were two or three private cars from Hamar that joined us there.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   I compare the spelling of West and East Germany.
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mwestdeutschlandschreibenostdeutschlandschreiben
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Eckernförde is famous for its sprats that you can stick into your mouth just like that.
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mbekannt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   That’s very well known.
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mbekannt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   He was good-hearted.
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mwiegutesherz
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   And I apologize and explain that it was a misunderstanding and so on.
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mwarmissverständnisentschuldigung
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   Anyhow, I was forced to go there anyway. So, I accepted it and went there once again/
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m[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Each year I see the 153 euros on my bank statement.
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m{ein}hundertdrei{und}fünfzigeuro brauchen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   But you could also visit on Saturday, there’s a party at night, but you could stay until Sunday and then go back home.
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mabendfeierbei mirbissonntag
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   And I wanted to/
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mundwollte
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   That was so great.
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m[MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   I did like the idea, but had to say that we’d do it at some other point.
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m[MG][MG]irgendwann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   If one wants to build one’s career outside their home country, one would have more opportunities through knowing European Sign Language.
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mkommtländerkar{riere}
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   I need my identity and I take care of it.
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mbrauchenidentitätpflege
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   Secondly, they also built Hoffenheim's new Rhine-Neckar-Arena.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   My cousin said that she had often dreamt of fleeing.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   I wanted to decide for myself, but had to stick to the rules.
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mselberwaswill
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_11 | 46-60m   We still have bad memories about that time.
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mfrüherschlechterinnerung
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   I always wanted to go to these events but I looked at the time, I mean at my appointments and it didn't fit.
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mi{ch}möchte gerne
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   You'd actually need a whole week.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_13 | 31-45f   I could teach them myself then.
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mselbst
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_14 | 46-60m   Yes, her heart beat for football.
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m[MG]fußball
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_14 | 46-60m   From that time on I could afford my own apartment and I have been living like this to the present day.
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mendlichselbstständigmietebis
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_15 | 61+f   The mother also watched him use signs and that way learnt them as well.
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mmutterauchmit
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_15 | 61+f   He calmly looked at everything. We signed for another fifteen or twenty minutes before he went away to play.
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mminut[MG]dannspielen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   The money can rather be used for leisure than/
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   It has advantages and disadvantages.
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mvor- und nachteil
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   He added a voluntary additional pension plan of a five year length to his regular retirement payments.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   He added a voluntary additional pension plan of a five year length to his regular retirement payments.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   Therefore, he continued working on the side.
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mnebenjob
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   Deaf culture is a separate world that hearing people don't fully get.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   There was a vocational school in Hamburg for construction draftsmen, for engineering, technical draftsmen, electric and machine typists.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   He's working in Lunenburg now, at the Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs of Lower Saxony.
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mkulturministeriumfürniedersachsen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   These are the toys of my grandchild.
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mfürenkelspielsachen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   I said, “But they collaborate with deaf people, and communication is important for work.”
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mderarbeitetfürgehörlosen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   And they were speechless by the fact that we already had a law gazette [The law gazette was way to announce publicly the new laws. No law was finale if it wasn't mentioned in the law gazette] which mentions sign language/
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msoein gesetzblatt[MG]fürgebärdensprach{dolmetscher}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   The Gernsbacher Paper argued in favor of LBG.
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mgernsbacher papierist fürl-b-g
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   It was more geared towards carpenters.
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mfürfür
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   It was more geared towards carpenters.
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mfürfürschreiner
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I told him that we‘d only covered plane measurements, which was useful to carpenters only.
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mflächenrechnenfürschreiner
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   They learn something if they want to sign or if they want to become interpreters.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   He works with useful English terms from different working areas that are needed, for instance for computers or in company contexts.
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mnurenglischwiefürarbeiten
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   All this would be especially bad for deaf people, because they’d face a dual changeover.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   All this would be especially bad for deaf people, because they’d face a dual changeover.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Well, but first you have to fill out an application at the integration office.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   But I think he governed well.
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maberich glauberegierfürgutichglau{be}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   The government should have proposed to wait a bit longer.
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mfürpolitik
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I was supposed to stay there, because adults worked there as well.
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mbleibenauchdafürerwachsenebleiben
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   It is creating a plan to swing over on a rope.
rFOR2*$PRODHEAD1A*TO-CALCULATE1*
l
mfürausrechnen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   She listens that someone is applying for a job as a carrier at the receptionist.
rON-PERSON1COINCIDENCE1^APPLICATION1FOR2*WAITER1HAT3*APPLICATION1
l
m[MG]bewerbenfürbotebewerbung
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.
rTHROUGH2A*BIBLE2*SENSE1FOR2*$INDEX1HUMAN2*$GEST^
l
mdurchbibelsinnvollfürmenschenwie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   People with CI don't really belong to hearing people either.
rFULL2A
lNOT3A*ALSO1AFOR2*TO-HEAR2$INDEX1
mauch nichtvollfürhörende
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   We began a year prior to that and talked about it in the committee.
rALL2D^*THEREFORE1*TO-EXCHANGE2*FOR2*$INDEX1*
l
mdarumfür
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I had thought that I would be needing Latin throughout my working life, but that didn’t turn out to be true.
rI1TO-BELIEVE2B*TO-WORK2*FOR2*I1*OFTEN1B^*CONTENT1*
l
mglaubearbeitfürlateinnicht
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If German Sign Language was established for all of Europe, I’d obviously be in favor of it. Obviously.
rDGS1TO-SIGN1AONLY2AFOR2*ALL1A*
lOF-COURSE1A*I1
md-g-snurfüreuropa
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   For people who need something easy.
rFOR2*PEOPLE2*EASY1$GEST^
l
mfüreinfach
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   It's great for us; there are many things to see, and many old houses.
rFOR2*GOOD1*
lVERY7*$INDEX1MAIN1C^*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
m[MG]fürtouristsehr gutviel
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_14 | 46-60m   I replied, “No, the birds can eat it. I will give it to them through the window.”
rTO-CRITICISE1A^*NO2A$INDEX1*FOR2*BIRD2I1CAN2B
l
mneinfürvogelkann
= SPECIFIC1
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   It's common in the east.
rEAST1BSPECIFIC1
l
mosten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Yes, but it wasn't in the west/
rSPECIFIC1I1WEST1BBACK-THEN1
l
mmeinwestdamals
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   Then they are surprised that the signs sometimes differ so much or are special, and they think of it as interesting.
rTO-SIGN1A*DIFFERENT1*SPECIFIC1DIFFERENT1*
lINTEREST1A
m[MG][MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   In the 1970s it was typical to have longer hair.
r$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1*$NUM-TENS2A:7d*TYPICAL1SPECIFIC1LIKE4A*LOCK-OF-HAIR1A*$PROD
l
mtypischwie[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But rather that others can be too. As well as to know that they have wishes and you have to adjust to them.
rIMAGINATION1B*ALSO3B*TO-WISH2A*SPECIFIC1TO-ADJUST1*
l
mwünscheanpassen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   It’s close to Munich and part of the Jewish history.
rHISTORY-OR-STORY3
lJEW1$GEST-OFF^*SPECIFIC1$GEST-OFF^*
mjü{disch}geschich{te}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The three-finger-hand shape is common for Italy.
rITALY1*MOST1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d*SPECIFIC1*
l
mita{lien}mei{st}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I don’t know either, that’s just how it is.
r$GEST-OFF^
lLIKE-THIS1A*SPECIFIC1*
mso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   In Füssen there’s also Neuschwanstein Castle.
rAND2A*$NAMETO-CLOSE2CNEW1ASTONE10B
lYOU1SPECIFIC1*
mfüssenschlossneuschwanstein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   The beer brands at the Oktoberfest aren’t that old.
rTO-LIST1A*OKTOBERFEST1*TO-LIST1A*SPECIFIC1*
l
moktoberfest[MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   Very surprising.
r
lGOOD1^SPECIFIC1*$INDEX1
mspezial
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_15 | 61+f   Oh well, it‘s his problem, not mine.
r$GEST-OFF^*SPECIFIC1*$GEST-OFF^*I2*$INDEX1*
l
m[MG]
= TO-BELONG1
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Everyone who‘s able to easily make calls should go to the hearing folks; they shouldn‘t be tolerated in the deaf community.
r$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1^HEARING1A*TO-BELONG1FOR1DEAF1ACHAMPIONSHIP1*
l
mhörenfürgehörlosenmeisterschaft
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Yes, ASL.
rASL1TO-BELONG1
l$INDEX1
ma-s-lja
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   If I will sign the same way “How are you?” in America, they wouldn't understand.
rTHERE1*$GEST-OFF^*AMERICA1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*
lTO-BELONG1TO-GO1A*$INDEX1
m[MG]amerikawie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   If you want to improve your knowledge of foreign sign languages, you should go to the deaf club of any village.
rTO-BELONG1EUROPE1A*RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1A*DEEP1*
l
meuropatief
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   It was like an old building, a private hospital, that we were brought to.
rHOSPITAL2ATO-BELONG1^*QUOTATION-MARKS2TO-BELONG1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*TO-SWARM1*
l
mkrankenhaus
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   We drove through the mountains on really narrow streets. The kind of street you'll only find in Italy.
rORIENTATION1A^*SMALL11ITALY1*TO-BELONG1SMALL11ORIENTATION1A*
l
m[MG]kleinitalienklein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   I mean burn wounds on the body, that’s what they in Boberg are specialised in.
rBURN1BODY1*SPECIAL1*TO-BELONG1$GEST-OFF^*
l
mverbranntspezialboberg
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   The nuclear power plant was already up and running during the Soviet Union.
rNUCLEAR1END1^BEFOREHAND3^TO-BELONG1HEADING1^*ALREADY1A*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
l
matomvorherschonvonsowjetunionschonfrüher
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   It used to belong to Russia.
r$INDEX2TO-BELONG1RUSSIA2B
l
mgehörtrussland
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   He fell in love with the theater at an early age.
rRATHER1*TO-GROW-UP1ATHEATRE1TO-BELONG1$GEST^
l
m[MG]theater
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   I lived in a district called Marienburg.
rFORTRESS4AREA1AHOME-OR-HOMELAND2TO-BELONG1
l
mheimat
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   No, wrong. I think that the association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing of the GDR got a lot of money from the state.
rUNION2AGDR2*$INIT-STRAIGHT1^*TO-BELONG1$GEST-OFF^TO-GIVE-MONEY1HEADING1^*
l
md-d-r[MG]staat
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Like funding.
rLIKE4A*TO-GIVE-MONEY1TO-PROMOTE1BTO-BELONG1
l
mwieförderung
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   In warehouse logistics for laptops, in the section service and repairs, specifically for the brand Asus, you know?
rFOR1LAPTOP1*SIGN-OR-DRAWING2^TO-BELONG1TO-REPAIR1SPECIAL1*LAPTOP1*
l
mfürlaptopgrafik[MG]spe{ziell}laptop
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   My parents/ My father only ever spoke with me.
r$INDEX1FATHER1ORAL1TO-BELONG1
l
mvateroral
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   It’s extreme.
rEXTREME1TO-BELONG1
l
mextrem
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   It’s typically traditional, they have traditional costumes and everything.
rLIKE4A*TYPICAL1*TRADITION2BTO-BELONG1CLOTHES3*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*EVERYTHING1C
l$INDEX1
mwietypischtradition[MG]da daalles
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   One can walk around, go shopping, look at the old town, the culture, that’s interesting.
rCITY2*TO-SEE1*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1TO-BELONG1CULTURE1AINTEREST1A*
l
mwaskultur
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   It’s typical to do that for retirement.
rTYPICAL1*PENSION5TO-BELONG1
l
mtypischrente
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   They both still had their parents‘ houses.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1$GEST^PARENTS1BTO-BELONG1$INDEX1*WHAT1B*HOUSE1B
l
mdaelternhaus
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   It depends on whether one is married and has a family.
rTO-SEE1*TO-BELONG1TO-MARRY3AFAMILY1*TO-SWARM1
l
mverheiratetfamilie
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Many of them are more of a special case.
r$MORPH-SPECIAL2TO-FALL1MOST1ATO-BELONG1
l
msonderfallmeisten
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I liked him, because he was in the SPD [Social Democratic Party of Germany], that was good.
rTO-PLEASE2$ORAL^$ALPHA1:S-P-DTO-BELONG1GOOD1*
l
mgefallenwarums-p-d[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Just recently there was an election, I don’t know, I think it’s the second term already.
r$NUM-ORDINAL1:2AGENCY1BTIME5B*TO-BELONG1
l
mzweiteamtszeit
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Yes, with their friends, but they don’t expect anything from their families anymore.
rFRIEND3$GEST-ATTENTION1^FRIEND3TO-BELONG1BUT1*FAMILY1EXPECTATION1C
l$INDEX2$INDEX2
mfreundfreundejaaberfamilieerwar
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   A little bit of sports also belongs to culture.
rSPORTS1*MEASURE-VERTICAL2A^SPORTS1*TO-BELONG1IN-CONTAINED2CULTURE-$CANDIDATE-MUE85^
l
metwassportgehörtauchkultur
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   He performed his skits or other plays.
rTHE1VAIN2^REGULAR4BTO-BELONG1TO-LIKE2$ALPHA1:S-K-E-T-C-TOR6B*
l
mder[MG]stammsein[MG]sketchoder
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   They even have dresses that have the Disney theme.
r$PRODDRESS1TO-BUY1ATO-BELONG1TO-BE-SILENT3^*TO-BELONG1*DRESS1
l
m[MG]bekleidkaufstilbekleid
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   But the World Championship was a good opportunity to chasten the people who still think like that.
rEXAMPLE1^$GEST^LIKE3B*TO-BELONG1I2$GEST-OFF^*GERMAN1*
l
mgelegenheit[MG]deutschland
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   But the World Championship was a good opportunity to chasten the people who still think like that.
rGERMAN1*BEEN1*MEANING1*TO-BELONG1
l
mdeutschlandgewesenbedeu{tet}[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   What do you think it was: an assassination or an accident?
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^*TO-BELONG1TO-ASSUME1*
l
mvermuten was
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   In other countries, there is no such word as ‘Bauer’, but a different one.
rABROAD1*DIFFERENT2
l$INDEX1TO-BELONG1FARMER2WORD1
mauslandbaueranders
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   French is spoken and signed more softly; it’s because of their words.
rTO-SPEAK6$PRODWORD3TO-BELONG1
l
m
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   German is difficult.
rVERY6^
lTO-BELONG1GERMAN1*
mdeutsch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   For instance schools in Hesse don’t have their own books, instead they have the same all over Germany in all of the states now.
r$ALPHA1:HTO-BELONG1NOT-ANYMORE1AFUTURE1B*UNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35^
l
mhessennicht mehrzukunfteinheitlich
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Clearly, hearing people would have to start the process; it wouldn’t be possible for the deaf.
rBEGINNING1A*
lBEGINNING1A*TO-BELONG1CLEAR1BHEARING1A
manfangklarhörend
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   The ministry of education and cultural affairs decides about it.
r$INDEX1TO-BELONG1CULTURE1A*MINISTER2*TO-DECIDE1A*
l
mkulturministeriumentscheidung
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   The ministry of education and cultural affairs decides about it.
rCULTURE1A*MINISTER2*TO-DECIDE1A*TO-BELONG1$GEST-OFF^
l
mkulturministeriumentscheidung
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   My brother’s son lives in Hesse.
rBROTHER1A*SON1$ALPHA1:HTO-BELONG1
l
mbrudersohnhessen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   His son tried to explain how logical it was, but it was just taught differently in Bavaria.
rTO-TEACH1LOGICAL1*TO-BELONG1$GEST-OFF^TO-BELONG1*DIFFERENT1
l
mlogischanders
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Yes, like you said, ‘cold coffee.‘
rCOLD1TO-BELONG1$INDEX1*
l
mkalt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If a specific word is used amongst hearing people, the deaf pick it up and sign it the same way.
r$INDEX1*IF-OR-WHEN1A$INDEX1
lTO-BELONG1
maber[MG]wenn
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If a specific word is used amongst hearing people, the deaf pick it up and sign it the same way.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A$INDEX1WORD2*TO-BELONG1HEARING1A*TO-BELONG1DEAF1A
l
mwennworthörendgehörlos
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If a specific word is used amongst hearing people, the deaf pick it up and sign it the same way.
rWORD2*TO-BELONG1HEARING1A*TO-BELONG1DEAF1A$INDEX1TO-ROLL1A^*
l
mworthörendgehörlosautomatisch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If the hearing use regional terms, deaf people surely do, too.
rHEARING1A*$GEST-OFF^*
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mhörendauch[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   They sign the way they learn when growing up. If they order something, for instance, they sign to the waiter, “Two blacks“ or what you just said.
rALREADY1ATO-GROW-UP1A*TO-BELONG1*
lTO-BELONG1
m[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   They understand it, and I use a different term in my region.
rTO-STAY2*TO-SIGN1A*COKE-LEMONADE-MIX1$GEST-OFF^$GEST-OFF^
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mspezi[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   It’s a different culture.
rDIFFERENT1FEELING3^CULTURE1ATO-BELONG1
l
manderskultur
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   It’s different for them.
rTO-BELONG1DIFFERENT1
l
manders
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   It’s also a part of everyday life.
rEVERYDAY-LIFE1TO-BELONG1IN-CONTAINED2*$GEST-OFF^
l
malltaggehörtdazu
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   So the ones with a speech defect?
rLANGUAGE1MISTAKE2TO-BELONG1
l
msprachfehler
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   True, they are part of the deaf club as well. That is my opinion.
rOPINION1ADEAF1ACLUB-OR-SOCIETY2A*TO-BELONG1TO-BELONG-TO1$GEST-OFF^
l
mgehörlosenvereingehörendazu
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   She is from East Prussia.
r$INDEX1*HEAD1A*STUBBORN1*TO-BELONG1EAST1A$GEST-OFF^*
l
m[MG]ostpreußen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   It´s an Italian company, which produces trucks.
rTRUCK1$GEST-ALL-FINGERTIPS-CONTACT1^*TO-BELONG1
l
mlastwagenitalien
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Gebhardt is the second or third head of the senior group in the regional association in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
r$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d$NUM-ORDINAL1:3dTO-BELONG1$NAME*$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d$NUM-ORDINAL1:3d
l
mzweitedrittegebhardtzweitedritte
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Or is it #Name18, #the one in Name5?
r$NAME$NAME
lTO-BELONG1
m#name5#name18
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   I used to work, but I’m a pensioner now and would like to gain new experiences on how other senior clubs live.
rGROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2ATO-BELONG1GROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2A*
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mseniorseniorseniorsenior senior
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Different opinions could be collected and evaluated.
rTO-BELONG1OPINION1A*TO-GATHER1VALUE1B^*
l
mmeinungsammelnauswertung
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   She has different interests.
rINTEREST1ADIFFERENT1INTEREST1AI1*DIFFERENT2INTEREST1A
l$INDEX1$INDEX1TO-BELONG1
mandersinteresseinteresse
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   Her taste is different.
rTO-SAY1DIFFERENT1TASTE1
lTO-BELONG1
msagenanderegeschmack
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   I think it’s a very artificial world there.
rI1*SOURCE1C^TO-BELONG1WORLD1$GEST-DECLINE1^SOURCE1C^
l
mfür michkünstlichweltkünstlich
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   The women in West Berlin were so different; I wasn't able to click with them.
rI1*DIFFERENT2^TO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^I1*WOMAN1A*
l
mich[MG]ichfrau
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   South of Berlin, near #Name4, in #Name3; that‘s where I spent my first three years with my granny.
r$NAMETO-GROW-UP1AGRANDMA2
lYEAR1A*TO-BELONG1*$INDEX1*$INDEX1*$INDEX1*
mdrei jahraufwachsenoma
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   But the four boys had to sleep in another room.
rLAD4*TO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^
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mvierbuben
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   We associated more in the sport's club, during track practice.
rSPORTS1*TODAY1ATHLETICS1*TO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^*MORE1$INDEX1
l
msportleichtathletikmehr[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   I think it is an English or American measuring unit, but I don't know it.
r$GEST^*ENGLAND2*TO-BELONG1*AMERICA1*TO-COMPREHEND1^*I2
l
m[MG]englandamerika[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Even though my father's parents were hearing, I never spoke a word with them.
rGRANDMA2GRANDPA1ADAD4TO-BELONG1*HEARING1A*$GEST-OFF^I1
l
momaopapapahörend
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Oh yes, the traditional Sign Language Festival here in Berlin.
rFESTIVAL4BHERE1*TRADITION4*TO-BELONG1*TO-SIGN1A*FESTIVAL4BTO-BELONG1*
l
m[MG]gebärdenfestival
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Oh yes, the traditional Sign Language Festival here in Berlin.
rTO-BELONG1*TO-SIGN1A*FESTIVAL4BTO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mgebärdenfestival
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Let me think; What else is there to tell about Berlin?
rMORE1BERLIN1A*TO-BELONG1*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*I2$GEST-NO-IDEA1^*
l
mnoch mehrberlin[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I once visited my friend on her birthday and I didn't feel comfortable in her family at all.
rTO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*BIRTHDAY12*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*TO-BELONG1*FAMILY3*I1$GEST-NM^
l
mgeburtstagfamilie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   But anyway, the hearing culture is strange and I don't understand what they're saying. I did not like that.
rNEVERTHELESS2ACONTENT3TO-BELONG1*CULTURE1A*WEIRD3TO-BELONG1^*
l
mtrotzdem[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   What else is there in Berlin?
rTO-BELONG1*
lTHERE-IS3*
mwas gibt es nochberlin
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_14 | 18-30f   But most of the time we watched it on TV.
r$INDEX1TO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^
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mfernseher[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Greek writing is made up of weird letters.
rGREECE1*TO-BELONG1*TO-WRITE1A*WEIRD3*INCOMPREHENSIBLE-SCRAWL1^
l
mgriechischschrift[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Two interpreters, and one signed ASL while the other one did International Sign.
r$PROD$INDEX1*AMERICA1*TO-BELONG1*$INDEX1INTERNATIONAL1
l
mamerikanischinternational
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I don’t remember how they signed it, but I answered that I didn’t have one.
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mamerikavergessen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   They had a deaf child. They do love it a lot.
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m
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   We lived on a farm.
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mwarumbauer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   They have different names in the different countries.
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mverschi{eden}nam{e}vesch{ieden}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   You said that there is the freedom of choice on the one hand, but on the other hand, there is the integration office that appoints their interpreters autonomously.
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mwahlfreiheitintegrationsamt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Exactly, the Austrians invented that.
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m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   The zone behind was French.
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mfrankenpfalzfranzosen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   It's easier to see every little detail with those: you can compare them and check whether they correspond to each other.
rTHIN-OR-SKINNY1A^*TO-SEE1SELECTION1F*TO-BELONG1*TO-INTERLOCK1A^*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B*
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mfadensieht mangehörtzu{sammen}stimmt stimmt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   It was at the university, the university for hearing people.
rUNIVERSITY2*TO-BELONG1*PRIMARILY1*HEARING1AGROUP1A*
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muniversität[MG]hörend[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   But, well, for example, English is a language that is used amongst the hearing worldwide.
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m[MG]zumhörendweltspracheenglisch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Take a little bit of this, and a bit of that, and then combine it.
r$INDEX1TO-BELONG1*BIT3^SIMILAR1*
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mklei{n}ähnlichähn{lich}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   In the Netherlands, Dutch movies are without captions, though.
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mhollandfilmohneuntertitel
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   That’s part of Brunswick’s agriculture.
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mland{wirt}schaftbraunschweig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   I moved there. We have the October market every year.
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mim{mer}[MG]oktobermark{t}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   The semantic meaning of a German word exists in DGS [German Sign Language], as well.
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m[MG]richtigd-g-s
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Like DGS in Germany, you use BSL in England, and ASL in the U.S.
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mdeutschd-g-sb-s-lengland
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Like DGS in Germany, you use BSL in England, and ASL in the U.S.
rBSL1ENGLAND4TO-SIGN1A*ENGLAND4AMERICA1*
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   The woman sitting next to me told me that she was actually born in Nuremberg; her family had emigrated to the US when she was a little child.
rBIRTH1ANUREMBERG1AMOUNTAIN3*TO-BELONG1*ALREADY1ACHILD2*FAMILY1
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mgeborennürnbergschonki{nd}familie
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   The woman sitting opposite her was an American.
rWOMAN10GENUINE1USA2TO-BELONG1*
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mfrauamerika
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Did the different nationalities produce all their own oil?
rLIKE7AMORE1OWN1ATO-BELONG1*COUNTRY1BOIL1HOW-QUESTION1*
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mwieeigenölwie
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Don’t they have their own power plants?
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meigentumatom
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Don’t they have their own power plants?
rPOSSESSION1BNUCLEAR1HOUSE1BTO-BELONG1*
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meigentumatom
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Pardon me, but you are talking about the area outside the city of Osnabrück, aren't you?
rOSNABRÜCK1*$PROD$PRODTO-BELONG1*OSNABRÜCK1*$INDEX1*
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mosnabrückgehörtosna{brück}
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   The general problem is that sign language is only recommended in the case of a hearing loss.
rENLIGHTENMENT1ONLY2A$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1*SIGN-LANGUAGE1BIN1*IF-OR-WHEN1A*
l
maufklärungnurgebärdenspracheinwenn
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   When he visits me/ He and one of his friends were visiting me one day and it was really moving.
r$INDEX1*$INDEX1*IF-OR-WHEN1ATO-BELONG1*FRIEND1BOTH2A*TO-COME1*
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momawennfreundbeide
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   She was into politics, but that was not for me, so I felt somewhat inferior.
rLOVE1ATO-LOVE-STH1POLITICS1I1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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mpolitik[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I used to have a house for private use.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1I1*PRIVATE1ATO-BELONG1*I1*HOUSE1A*I1
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mfrüher[MG]privathaus
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   You still keep in contact with them.
rCONTACT2BAREA1A*TO-BELONG1*
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mkontakt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   We stayed at a hotel, and, of course, we went skiing at different locations that were related to the Olympic games. It was great.
rTO-SLIDE-OR-TO-SLIP4^*DISTINCT2AOLYMPIA1TO-BELONG1*ALL2C^*EXHIBITION1*END1^*
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mskiverschiedenolympiade[MG][MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   When I was little, my mom was always cooking and now my wife is doing that.
rI2MOTHER1*TO-COOK1*TO-BELONG1*I1*TO-LOOK1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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mmutterkochen[MG]dann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   That's great. To me the Sign Language Festival feels like a music festival for hearing people: the act with the best voice wins.
rWHAT1B$INDEX1*HEARING1ATO-BELONG1*TO-SING3AFESTIVAL3TO-SING3A*
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mwashörendsingenfestival
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   At the Sign Language Festival, they feel the same way as famous actors do when winning an Oscar.
r$INDEX1*WELL-KNOWN1BACTOR1*TO-BELONG1*TO-GIVE-MONEY1*LIKE-THIS1A*
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mbekanntschauspielerso
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   One can usually see these kind of old cupboards in the apartments of old people. It was awful.
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mwiealtleutetypisch[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   One can usually see these kind of old cupboards in the apartments of old people. It was awful.
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mleutetypisch[MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   You can only find very few books in Low German in the city centre.
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mkarstadtzentrumplattdeutsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   The term itself originated in the economy.
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mwirtschaft
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   The way it was, everything just seemed so graceful.
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msoeitel
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   They belong to the youths sports group.
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mjugendsportverband
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   Do you really think we'd be able to live up there just the way we do here on earth without having oxygen?
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m[MG]wir allewieerdeluftkann nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   That is also part of our communication.
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mgehörtdazu
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   On farms they grow them naturally, you’re right.
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maber[MG]natur[MG]bauer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   Fresh from the farm.
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mbauer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   He said it’s a girl from Bavaria.
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msagtbayernm{ädchen}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   Okay, a traditional German dish.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1^GERMAN1*TO-BELONG1*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B
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mdeutschstimmt stimmt stimmt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   How about if I were to talk about nature, somebody else about identity aspects and another person about culture and another one about recent studies.
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mnaturwünschenwissen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Something like Jo … I have forgotten the name. Do you know the name? Was it Jenny?
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m[MG][MG]namevergessenich
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They are in charge of everyone.
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m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   They manage everything like heads of the company.
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munternehmerwirtschaft
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Until now it does, yes. They gave it to the east.
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mbis jetzt[MG]ost
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   Her mother, I mean the mother of the queen, lived to be a 101 years old.
rMUM5*GRANDMA2$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1*$INDEX1*$INDEX-ORAL1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1*
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mmamaomahunderteins
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   On August 9th, my mom's aunt and uncle celebrated their silver wedding.
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mtante undonkelvonmeinmutti
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   On August 9th, my mom's aunt and uncle celebrated their silver wedding.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I was unsure whether the water would enter the house, as well.
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m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   That is how that teacher did it.
rMY1TEACHER2*REALLY2*TO-BELONG1*
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mlehrerso
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   So we went our separate ways and I got together with the other one.
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mwegneuweg[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   So we went our separate ways and I got together with the other one.
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mneuweg[MG][MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   With my aunt and my grandma on my mother's side, I used to communicate similarly as with my mother.
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momaauch[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   I didn't know if it was a flood. It had something to do with water at least.
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mwasser
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   There were still congresses going on. I didn't take part in any.
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mkongresskongressich nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I didn't take part in the congresses. They were only for directors.
rINVOLVED1A*I1DIRECTOR1TO-BELONG1*TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^*I1NOT3B*
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mdabeiregisseure
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   So, when they have sex, they belong together.
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malso[MG]gehörtzusammen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   When the man was inside the woman, they belong together.
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mingehtgehörtzusammen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   That’s extreme.
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mextrem
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I grew up in Germany, that doesn’t work.
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mdeutsch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   It’s good that you’re doing that.
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mgut
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Unthankful. That belongs in politics.
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mundankbargehörtpolitik
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   The houses were still there, in Eastern Germany, where were the owners?
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m[MG] haus[MG]ostdeu{tsche}wo
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Yes, right, in the east there’s this MDR television program/
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mm-d-rostenm-d-r
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   In the democratic West they needed to pay for school and education themselves. In exchange, they earned good money through their work.
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mberuf[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Yes. Men/ For women, there’s embroidery.
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mherr[MG]für frauenstickerei
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Over time it became the Oktoberfest as it is today, it became a tradition.
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mtradition
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Each hotel has a different theme: One has a cowboy theme, the other one is Mexican themed, and another one is New-York styled.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Each hotel has a different theme: One has a cowboy theme, the other one is Mexican themed, and another one is New-York styled.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Each hotel has a different theme: One has a cowboy theme, the other one is Mexican themed, and another one is New-York styled.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Each hotel has a different theme: One has a cowboy theme, the other one is Mexican themed, and another one is New-York styled.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   It really does look like it‘s in New York.
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mstimmt stimmtstilstimmt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   They even have dresses that have the Disney theme.
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mkaufstilbekleid
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   New York is nothing compared to that.
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mnew york
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   My Japanese friend showed me that you sign Tokyo like this.
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m[MG]tokioso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   This way you are able to try out the local cuisine.
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mland landfein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Mexico is a poor country where the laws aren't really strict which is why it is so dangerous there.
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m[MG]arm
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Mexico is a poor country where the laws aren't really strict which is why it is so dangerous there.
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m[MG]armstark
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Mexico is a poor country where the laws aren't really strict which is why it is so dangerous there.
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mstark
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   (())
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   People with CI don't really belong to hearing people either.
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mgehörtauch nichtvoll
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   With hearing parents it is different. You don't catch what is said.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Originally, they only existed at Oktoberfest.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Just as an example, a ribbon on the right could mean the woman is single.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   The women have the symbol, but I can’t think of anything for men.
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mfrausymbolmann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I think pork and veal sausage also has brain in it.
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mweiß
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   That’s in Würzburg.
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mwürzburgwein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   That’s in Würzburg.
rTO-BELONG1*WÜRZBURG2WINE2TO-BELONG1*YES1A*
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mwürzburgweinja
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   If you look at their audiograms from the hearing tests, the line looks almost like that of hearing people.
rHEADPHONES1TEST1TO-HEAR1TO-BELONG1*I2*TO-SEE1TEST1*
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mtesthörensehen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   No, well, she is in Cologne.
rNO2B*COLOGNE2*TO-BELONG1*COLOGNE2TO-BELONG1*OWN1A^
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mkölnköln??
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   No, well, she is in Cologne.
rCOLOGNE2*TO-BELONG1*COLOGNE2TO-BELONG1*OWN1A^
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mkölnköln??
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   Not all of them are from Cologne, just the one interpreter working for T-E-S-S.
rONLY2A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1COLOGNE2TO-BELONG1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dTHATS-ALL1*$ALPHA1:T
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mnureinkölnein[MG]tess
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   The Swedish, for example, have their own language, too.
rSWEDEN1*
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mschweden
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Right, because real German sounds harsh.
rREALLY2*GERMAN1HARD1ATO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^*
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mdeutschhart
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   The Y stands for YES-ASL, because they use the word ‘yes.’
rWORD3*TO-BELONG1*YES-ASL1^*$GEST-OFF^
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mwortyes
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   In North America — that means Canada and the U.S. — people speak English, true, but for instance in Mexico, they also speak Spanish and Portuguese.
rSPAIN1A*$LIST1:1of1dPORTUGAL1*TO-BELONG1*$INDEX1
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mspanischportugal
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   People in Australia speak English.
rAUSTRALIA1ENGLAND2*TO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^
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maustralienenglisch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Clearly, hearing people would have to start the process; it wouldn’t be possible for the deaf.
rBEGINNING1A*TO-BELONG1*BEGINNING1A*POSSIBLE1*
lCLEAR1BHEARING1ADEAF1A
mklarhörendanfanggehörlos
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Hearing people would have to start, then deaf people have to follow.
rTO-BELONG1*FIRST1BDONE1ADEAF1A*
lFIRST1BHEARING1A*
mzuersthörendzuerstgehörlos
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   His son tried to explain how logical it was, but it was just taught differently in Bavaria.
rLOGICAL1*TO-BELONG1$GEST-OFF^TO-BELONG1*DIFFERENT1$GEST-OFF^
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mlogischanders
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   ’Black coffee’ is something regional.
rBLACK2*$GEST^TO-BELONG1*
lCOFFEE2A*TO-BELONG1*
mschwarzkaffee[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   ’Black coffee’ is something regional.
r$GEST^TO-BELONG1*
lCOFFEE2A*TO-BELONG1*
mkaffee[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Deaf people up in the north-west regions/
rTO-RAISE-HAND-OR-TO-SIGNAL1$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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m
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   They sign the way they learn when growing up. If they order something, for instance, they sign to the waiter, “Two blacks“ or what you just said.
rALREADY1ATO-GROW-UP1A*TO-BELONG1*DEAF1A*TO-SIGN1A*
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   One liter of beer like it is common in Bavarian culture.
rBAVARIA1*LIKE-THIS1A*CULTURE1ATO-BELONG1*
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mbayernsokultur
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   It has its own origin and development.
rORIGIN1TO-BELONG1*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*PROCEEDING1A*ORIGIN1*
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mwasselbst
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   There’s always something new.
rALWAYS1A*TO-BELONG1*INVOLVED2
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mimmergehörtdabei
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   But that’s why it’s just different.
rLIKE-THIS1ABIT2AWEIRD3TO-BELONG1*
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mso[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Everyday life is a part of that as well.
rEVERYDAY-LIFE1ALSO1ATO-BELONG1*IN-ADDITION1*$GEST-OFF^
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mall{tag}auchdazu
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I say that I don’t want to sit like this during the lesson. I don’t want that.
rNOT3B*TO-WANT8NOT3B*TO-BELONG1*
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mnichtwillwill
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   The CSU [Christian Social Union] is good in this context, but the FDP thinks differently. That's how it is.
r$ALPHA2:FTO-THINK1BDIFFERENT1TO-BELONG1*$GEST-OFF^
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mf-d-pdenkenanders
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   But those then return and play for their national team.
rBACK1A*NATIONAL3*
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mzurücknational
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Kiel is more well-known for herring.
rWELL-KNOWN1AHERRING1WELL-KNOWN1A*TO-BELONG1*
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mbekanntheringbekannt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   Most of the time I go to the soccer games, that's enough.
rMOST1AFOOTBALL1BTO-BELONG1*PROGRAM1A*DONE4
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mmeistfußballprogramm
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   It's supposed to be like that.
rTO-BELONG1*TO-BELONG-TO1$GEST-OFF^
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mgehörtdazu
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   I am sorry, but people with a CI are hearing impaired and not hearing.
r$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^TO-BELONG1*$INDEX1CI1*I-AM-SORRY3
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mgehörttut mir leid
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   Being together is an important part of the community.
rTOGETHER1A*TO-BELONG1*IN-ADDITION1*$GEST-OFF^
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mgehörtdazu
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   And it was great that they were finally free.
rTO-BELONG1*FREE1
l
mfrohfrei
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Her husband died!
r$INDEX1NO1B*MAN1*TO-BELONG1*
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mmannmann mann mann mann mann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   I used to work, but I’m a pensioner now and would like to gain new experiences on how other senior clubs live.
rGLADLY1INFORMATION4*GROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2A
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mgerninformationseniorseniorsenior
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   I used to work, but I’m a pensioner now and would like to gain new experiences on how other senior clubs live.
rGROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2ATO-BELONG1GROUP2A
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mseniorseniorseniorsenior
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   I used to work, but I’m a pensioner now and would like to gain new experiences on how other senior clubs live.
rGROUP2ATO-BELONG1GROUP2ATO-BELONG1*GROUP2A*INTEREST1A
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mseniorseniorsenior senior[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_11 | 46-60m   There was a man invited who was supposed give a statement or say his scientific opinion on a specific topic.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dON-PERSON1SCIENCE2TO-BELONG1*CONTENT3*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*OVER-OR-ABOUT1*
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meinswissenschaftinhaltwasüber
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   In my village.
rVILLAGE4*
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mdorf
= WAY-ASL1
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   I was at the Deaf Way II. It was nice.
rI2*BEAUTIFUL1ADEAF-ASL1WAY-ASL1$NUM-ROMAN1:2
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mschöndeaf wayzwei
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   The opening ceremony of the Deaf Way II was really nice.
rDEAF-ASL1*DEAF-INTS1*WAY-ASL1$NUM-ROMAN1:2OPENING1*CELEBRATION2*
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mdeaf wayzweieröffnungsfeier
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Deaf Way II was held during our vacation there.
rBETWEEN1B*MEASURE-HORIZONTAL1^*DEAF-ASL1*WAY-ASL1$NUM-ROMAN1:2
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mdazwischendeaf wayzwei
= YOUR1
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I asked him why he chose most players from Southern Germany and none from Berlin even though there are some really good ones like #Name2‘s son and #Name1, why he decided against them.
rYOUR1SON1$NAME*$INDEX1
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msohn#name2
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Because of your parents you got to come here; you were still quite naive.
rTHANKS2*THROUGH2AYOUR1PARENTS9ATO-TAKE-SB-OR-STH-ALONG1YOU1
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mdankdurchdeineltern[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   You got lucky with life.
rLUCK1*YOUR1PROCEEDING1^WAY2ATO-LIFT-UP1^
l
mglückdeinlaufweg
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I told her that I wasn’t feeling well and she answered in her clear voice, which I can understand well, “I’ll be right there, stay in bed.”
rIMMEDIATELY1B*I1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*YOUR1VOICE1*
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mkomm sofortkenndeinstimme
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   #Name2, #Name3’s daughter, used to work there, she could sign, but now she has a child. Oh well.
r$NAME$INDEX1$NAMEYOUR1$NAMEYOUR1DAUGHTER1*
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m#name2#name2#name3tochter
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   #Name2, #Name3’s daughter, used to work there, she could sign, but now she has a child. Oh well.
r$NAMEYOUR1$NAMEYOUR1DAUGHTER1*$INDEX1$INDEX1
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m#name2#name3tochter
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   The speeches at the Jugendfestival [Youth festival] were mostly about the speaker’s opinion and such.
rFESTIVAL2A*LECTURE1*OPINION1B*YOUR1LECTURE1*$PROD
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mfestivalmeinungvor{trag}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I suppose you already have a lot of experience with interpreters, right?
r$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^INTERPRETER1*
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merfahrungdolmetscher
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   So the doctor injected me, and afterwards the nurse told me that I rather shouldn’t move my arm.
r$PRODPLEASE2NOT3AYOUR1ARM1BMOVEMENT1A*
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mbittenichtdeinarmbewegen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   What do you think of me?
rYOUR1$INDEX1PICTURE1
lTO-THINK1B
mbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   I do not know what the situation is like at your school or other schools.
r$INDEX1YOUR1ALL1B^
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mdein schule[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   They have it in East Berlin, but not here in the west.
rEAST1BYOUR1I1WEST1ATO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*
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mostwestkennen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Only in the east.
rEAST1BYOUR1
l
mosten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   What about Brandenburg? Do the deaf people get involved?
r$INDEX1QUESTION1WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1*YOUR1CITY2BRANDENBURG1DEAF1A*
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mundfragewie sieht ausstadtbrandenburggehörlose
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   They use this GERMANY-ASL sign. What do you think of that?
r$INDEX1GERMANY-ASL1*YOUR1OPINION1BYOUR1$GEST-OFF^
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mmeinung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   They use this GERMANY-ASL sign. What do you think of that?
rGERMANY-ASL1*YOUR1OPINION1BYOUR1$GEST-OFF^
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mmeinung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Or do you not like it and ask them to use this sign for ‘Germany’ instead? What do you think?
rGERMAN1$GEST^OPINION1B*YOUR1
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m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Just imagine that in the place we are born and raised, our parents and everyone in our social environment were deaf.
rBIRTH1B*WE2BIRTH1B*YOUR1PARENTS1ADEAF1AFULL2A
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m[MG]eltern[MG]voll
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Do you really think it's only the teachers' responsibility?
rYOUR1OPINION1BTEACHER1ALONE4^*
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mmeinunglehrer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Does your mother know sign language?
rQUESTION1*YOUR1MOTHER4WITH1A*TO-SIGN1E
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mfragedeinmuttermit
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I have a quick question for you: is your family still using Lithuanian sign language?
rSMALL9*QUESTION1YOU1YOUR1FAMILY1AREA1A*$INDEX1
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m[MG]familie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   The boss wouldn't pressure me; I had to do everything on my own accord.
rTO-PRESSURE1NO2B*SELF1A*YOUR1OWN1CROOM1BMEANING1
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mdruckselbsteigenerraumbedeutet
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   She said, “That's mine,” and I replied, “It is your car.”
r$INDEX1*TO-SAY1*I1*YOUR1CAR1*$INDEX1*
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mdei{n}aut{o}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I asked the guy to hand me his telephone number, so that my sister would be able to call him.
rPLEASE1A*YOUR1TO-PHONE1*NUMBER1
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m[MG][MG]tele{fon}nu{mmer}geben
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   So you're saying it is stupid, I see.
rOPINION1BYOUR1FOOLISH1$GEST-OFF^*$ORAL^
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mmeintdummeszeug
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   Thanks for the advice.
rTHANKS1*BEAUTIFUL5YOUR1HINT3
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mdankeschöndeinentipp
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   When you are really sick, you can press charges against the company that produces your cigarettes.
rSICK1*YOU1*CAN1*YOUR1COMPANY1ACIGARETTE1*TO-GIVE3A^*
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mkann auchfirmaanzeige
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Your family is important.
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m[MG]wichtigdeinefamiliewi{chtig}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   That’s the way you guys do it in your village.
rVILLAGE3YOUR1$GEST-OFF^*
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mdorf
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   What’s your opinion?
rYOUR1OPINION1AWHAT1B*
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m[MG]meinungwas
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   My mother put it off and sent me to my father.
rCONSCIENCE1^ON-PERSON1FATHER1*YOUR1OFF5
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maufvaterab
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   But did you also have friends in your neighborhood?
rYOUR1AT-HOME1A^*NEIGHBOUR2B*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A^
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mnachbarn[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Then you are probably well connected to your repair shop.
r$INDEX1*YOUR1WORKSHOP-ROOM1RELATIONSHIP1^
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mwerkstatt[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Do you think it will lessen over time?
r$GEST-OFF^OPINION1BYOUR1FUTURE1B*TO-DECREASE-STH1B
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mmeinstzukunft
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   It's your subject; you should tell something about it.
rYOUR1SUBJECT1*YOU1
l
mdeinthemadu
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   How is your wife doing?
rWHAT1A*TO-MAKE2YOUR1WOMAN1A
l
mwasmachendeinefrau
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   People in my village were shocked and said to my parents, “Your daughter is able to do everything herself!”
rSUDDENLY4VILLAGE3*FRIGHT1*YOUR1DAUGHTER1*CAN1*EVERYTHING1A
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m[MG]dorferschrockendeinetochterkannalles
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I don't care; it's her problem and not mine.
rI1$GEST^YOUR1PROBLEM1TO-BELONG1^
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mdeinproblemist nicht mein problem
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Wouldn't you even try to fight for your life?
rTO-TRY2YOUR1TO-LIVE1CFIGHT2$INDEX2
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mversuchdeinlebenkämpfen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   How was it for you?
rYOUR1WHAT1A*
l
m
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Yes, from your perspective.
r$GEST-OFF^$ORAL^YOUR1PERSPECTIVE1B*$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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mjaausdeinerperspektive
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   You have to have the time as well.
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mzeiterlaubt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   You have to have the time as well.
rYOUR1TIME1PERMISSION1AYOUR1
l
mzeiterlaubt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   You used Signed German in the first grade, right?
rYOUR1$GEST-ATTENTION1^*YOU1*$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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mdein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   So, that’s your hometown?
rYOUR1HOME-OR-HOMELAND2*
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mdeinheimat
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Your/
rYOUR1$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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mdein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   When your friends come visit you, of course they don’t know Hamburg.
rWHO2*TO-DRIVE3*YOUR1FRIEND1TO-DRIVE3*DONT-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1
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mwerdeinfreundkennt nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   When, for example, my mother fell seriously ill and there were complex topics to discuss, my daughter just said, “Grandma is sick.“
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m[MG] meintochterdeinmamakrank[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Who is on your team?
rTEAM2
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   They have a strong flavor.
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maromaaroma
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   So your name is going to be on that wall forever.
rNAME1B*TAG2^TO-LET2A*YOUR1NAME1A*TAG2^
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mname[MG]name
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   I was supposed to show her my seat number on my ticket.
rTO-SHOW1ATO-SIT1ANUMBER2A*HOW-MUCH5
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mzeigtwoplatznummerwie viele
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   And your wife?
rYOUR1$GEST-OFF^*
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mfrau
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   You’ve been playing skat forever.
rYOU1*SKAT2*YOUR1THROUGH1B
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mduskat
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Do only the men go away together then?
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^$INDEX1*TO-DRIVE1*TO-DRIVE1*
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mjanurmännerreise
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   How old is your husband?
rOLD2CYOUR1MAN7B*OLD2CYOUR1
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mwie altdeinmannwie altdein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   How old is your husband?
rYOUR1MAN7B*OLD2CYOUR1OLD2C
l
mdeinmannwie altdeinmann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Is your sister deaf, as well?
rYOUR1SISTER1ADEAF1A
l
mschwester
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Is your second daughter six years old now?
rYOUR1$NUM-ORDINAL1:2dDAUGHTER1$INDEX1
l
mzweitochter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Your life/
r$INDEX1YOUR1TO-LIVE1A*
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ml{eben}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Your father or your parents surely have one of those.
rPARENTS1B
lYOUR1FATHER4BMAYBE1
mvatereltern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   He said, “Think about your son‘s future.”
r$INDEX1*TO-THINK1AYOUR1SON1*FUTURE1B$GEST-OFF^
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mdenkdeinsohnzukunft
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   The psychological burden would be too hard to bear.
rYOUR1PSYCHOLOGY1A*CAN1^*BIG3A
l
mpsychischebelastungzu groß
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   The teacher asked, “Where are your glasses?”
rWHERE1A*
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mwo istdeinbrille
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   At home the family does the work of raising the child in their everyday life.
rEVERYDAY-LIFE1EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING1APARENTS3AYOUR1
l
malltagerziehungeltern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The parents know their children.
rFEELING3PARENTS3A*YOUR1$GEST-OFF^*
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m[MG]elterndein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   Because that is your right, yes.
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mrechtdarum
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I don‘t know anything about those difficulties.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Now it‘s your turn!
rYOUR1
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Yet, I realized that the mother was much more interested in hearing than I was.
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mmehrmuttimama
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   Oh, the same topic, okay.
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mthema
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Well, that’s your problem.
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m[MG]problem
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Your problem.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Sure, he’s hearing.
r$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^CLEAR1A*HEARING1AYOUR1
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mklarhörend
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   You are used to it.
rYOU1*HABIT1*YOUR1
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mdugewohnt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I asked, “What does that mean, used to?”
rOPINION1BYOUR1PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1
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m[MG]früher
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I asked whether it was constructed in the GDR.
r$ORAL^OPINION1BYOUR1GDR4COMPANY1A$INDEX1
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m[LM:ah]meinstd-d-rfirma
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   And also, apart from that, you built a house for your family.
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mauchneuhausbau
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But rather that others can be too. As well as to know that they have wishes and you have to adjust to them.
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mauchduwünsche
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Didn't your parents search for a deaf school by then?
r$INDEX1YOUR1PARENTS6$INDEX1$GEST-NO-IDEA1^*
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mdeineeltern
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Were your parents also surprised and said, “Oh, he can speak?”
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mdeineelternstaunen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   She immediately sounded the alarm, went upstairs to my mother and told her, “Your son is waiting for you outside!“
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mfirmamamadeinsohnuntenwarten
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   Everyone has their own preferences.
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mwünschen[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I would love to take your son in.
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m[MG]sohngernaufnehmen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Your grandma and grandpa are hearing?
rYOUR1PAST1YOUR1*GRANDMA1C
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moma
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   That way your parents went with you there.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   In addition we have our own culture, meaning the sign language and our own culture.
r$GEST-OFF^SELF1ACULTURE1AYOUR1
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meigenekultur
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Who is your role model?
rYOUR1ROLE-MODEL1*WHAT1A^YOUR1
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mdeinvorbilddein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Who is your role model?
rYOUR1ROLE-MODEL1*WHAT1A^YOUR1ROLE-MODEL1*WHAT1A^
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mdeinvorbilddeinvor{bild}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   When they asked me questions, I made a mistake and answered another person than the one who was asking me questions.
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mneichfragegehören[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   What if your child was deaf and your doctor told you it’s obligatory for a child to get a CI?
r$GEST^IMAGINATION1BYOUR1CHILD1$INDEX2DEAF1A*
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mvorstellenkind
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Look, you could ask your friends or good contacts.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   When you’re grown up and have children of your own, the decision is yours, because you know what it is about.
rBIRTH1BUSUAL1*TO-DECIDE1A
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   For instance, if you were going steady with your girlfriend and you two stayed together, and you were having children some day.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   My classmates asked me: 'Your parents are members of the Stasi, aren't they?'
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mstimmtdeinelt{ern}stasi
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   I can, for example, set up a budget of 50€ and get notified once that money has been used up.
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mspendenselbstdeingeldalle
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   You don’t need to tell anyone - you just use your own television, no, computer.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   You don’t need to tell anyone - you just use your own television, no, computer.
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mdeinprivatfernsehercomputer
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   They told my mother to really urge her son to speak very clearly.
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mdumussdeinsohnmehrdruck
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   Four times 400-meters relay.
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mviermalvierhundert
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   He did, I don’t have children.
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mdeinauch[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   What about yours?
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Well, that is my home region and the other is your home region.
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mheimatheimatklar
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Your company is open as well?
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mdeinfirma
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   So, your company as well.
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mauchdeinfirma
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Everything’s quite different there, isn’t it?
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manders[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   ”That’s your problem, not mine!“
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mnichtmeinproblemdeinproblem
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   “That’s your problem, not mine!”
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mnichtmeinproblemdeinproblem
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   Whether the Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease exists within my family.
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mfamiliecreutzfeld-jakob
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   “What did you give him in return?”, he asks.
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mgegenleistung
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   Do you have a proposal?
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m[MG]vorschlag
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   That’s your problem, not mine!”
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mdeinproblemnichtmein
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   What’s your opinion to that?
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mmeinung
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   I think for your families, that’s okay, too, right?
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mmeinungfamilieokay
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   Do you think families should go during the week?
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mfamiliemeinlieberunter
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   It’s your body. Your life.“
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mdeinkörperdeinleben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   It’s your body. Your life.“
rYOUR1BODY1YOUR1TO-LIVE4
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mdeinkörperdeinleben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   Your team is probably also thankful to you. If someone is there who is successful, that generates spectators.
rALSO1AGRATEFUL1$GEST-ATTENTION1^*YOUR1TEAM-OR-CREW1*WÜRZBURG2SUCCESS1
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mauchdankbardeinmannschaftwürzburgerfolg
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_03 | 46-60f   I see, on Christmas.
rCHRISTMAS4AYOUR1
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mweihnachtenach so
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   I saw how incredibly huge your company is.
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mdeinefirma
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   When I think of your company’s premises, I think it would be a good idea to install a flea market once they are all empty.
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mdeinfirma[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   I know that your company has been disbanded.
rI1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A*YOUR1COMPANY1A*GONE-TO-VANISH1
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michweißdeinefirma[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   And that is your opinion?
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msagenmeinen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   What do you think?
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m
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Hold on, do you mean an interpreter or a colleague?
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mmomentdolmetscherkollege
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Didn’t your father and mother know that there are vocational schools for the deaf out there?
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mheißtdeinvatermutterkein
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Last year I met your wife there.
rLAST5YOUR1WOMAN1ATO-MEET2ALAST5
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mletztefraugetroffenletzte jahr
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   If I visit, my aunt will nudge my mother’s foot under the table and say, “#Name24 is saying something wrong.” or, “Your son is saying something wrong.”
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Not you, you have your group.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   I share your opinion when it comes to abolishing DGS.
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mmeinantwort[MG]antwortgleich
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   It‘s about the entirety of your schooldays; how you perceived school from the beginning on.
rYOUR1SCHOOL1ATO-GROW-UP1AOVERALL1C
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mschule
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_15 | 61+f   What‘s your opinion on that? What do you think?
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mwasmeinen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_15 | 61+f   What‘s your opinion on that? What do you think?
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mmeinenwas meinen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_15 | 61+f   But how old was your husband, how old was he then?
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maberwie alt wardeinmannwie alt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   Just imagine, that the banks would take off with your savings.
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mvorstellendeinsparbuchweg
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   What about your homework after school?
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mwie sieht aushausaufgabewie sieht aus
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I suppose you already have a lot of experience with interpreters, right?
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   His brother has two children.
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mbruderzweikinder
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   That's why it was so important to me that my husband's parents - back when we first became a couple- were deaf as well.
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m[MG]musseltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   That would mean you’d not live your life anymore! Be careful with delaying important things in life, there’s a limit which shouldn’t be hit.
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mfutschdeinlebenwaswich{tig}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   What about your son? Does he have any friends in New York?
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msohn
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   “Your parents are downstairs, too.”
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mdei{ne}elternnochunten
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   What‘s your sister’s name?
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mwieheißdeineschwester
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   How come that your parents knew how to sign?
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mfragedeinelterngebärdengelernt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   They said whether hearing or deaf, my gut instinct would surely tell me who the right one is.
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mdu willsthörendgehörlosdein[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I said, “I am so sorry. I hit your car.”
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   It was her text.
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mdein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   “Why do you think about Diana over and over again?” he asked me.
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mdianaimmerdiana
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I would like to ask you: are you in favor or are you against what they did?
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mabermeinfrage[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For me, that means that it‘s your perspective, that it is about yourself, isn‘t it?
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   What do you imagine when you think about integration?
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mintegrationwas
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   You used Signed German in the first grade, right?
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mklasseerstel-b-g
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   I mean, Hamburg is your hometown.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I think, for your father it was embarrassing that people were looking disparagingly when you signed and that they couldn’t understand your speech.
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mdei{n}vaterdei{n}vater
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I think, for your father it was embarrassing that people were looking disparagingly when you signed and that they couldn’t understand your speech.
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mdei{n}vaterdei{n}vateranders[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I consider your family.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I know his two daughters and like them well.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   If the general practitioner asks about the operation, the mother and father have to decide. Yet, they don‘t know what to do either.
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mduschickmutterdein va{ter}ja o{der}nei{n}entscheiden
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Within the family you can be forced.
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mdeinfam{ilie}deinfami{lie}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Within the family you can be forced.
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mdeinfam{ilie}deinfami{lie}zwingdein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Within the family you can be forced.
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mdeinfami{lie}zwingdeinfamiliezwing
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   That’s sick! Didn’t he steal trousers from you, too?
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mkrankauchauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Our neighbor asked us if she could swing by to have a look at the baby.
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mdarfmal deinkind
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   When she saw the baby, she said, „Dear Lord, that baby is so darling.“
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   It’s inside of its house, drawing something up.
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mhauszeichnen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   What are the Islam club‘s goals?
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mziel
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   What do you think?
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   If the children have deaf parents, they can usually sign as well.
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mwennseinelterngehörlos
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   “Where is your -?” They asked different questions.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   We waited outside and were excited which job we'd get.
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mwasberufbekommen bekommendeinberuf was
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Do you eat your noodles with regular tomato sauce?
r$GEST^*TO-SEE1YOUR1*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^NOODLES1B*YOU1*
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mnudeldu
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   We drank coffee and talked about work, family, how big the kids had gotten, and things as such.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1ATALK2A*TO-MAKE2YOUR1*FAMILY4$INDEX1MORE1
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mvielunterhaltenwas machendeinfamiliemehr
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   Then he came up to me and asked, “Where did you park your car?”
rTO-COME1*MOVEMENT1A^*WHERE1A*YOUR1*CAR1*
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mwo parktdeinauto
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   So I asked what kinds of tasks the chairman has.
r$INDEX1I1YOUR1*TASK1BWHAT1B
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m[MG]aufgabewas
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   And also, apart from that, you built a house for your family.
rNEW1AHOUSE1B*SETUP1YOUR1*FAMILY1
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mneuhausbaufamil{ie}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   That’s apparently the way elderly people do it.
rLIKE-THIS1AYOUR1*
l
mso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Your brother #Name1/
rYOUR1*BROTHER1CYES1A$INDEX1
l
mbruderja
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   You care for seniors, I am busy with swimming to keep me healthy, and #Name2 is pursuing the goals of the deaf-blind.
r$INDEX1YOUR1*I1TO-SWIM1*MY1*
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mseniorenschwi{mmen}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I feared that if I wanted to talk to them, they wouldn't understand me anyways and just say it was out of context.
rANYWAY1*$INDEX1OPINION1BYOUR1*$GEST-OFF^*COHERENCE1A*ZERO6B*
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msowiesowas mein{st du}zusammenhangnull
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   He studied how the development of babies is tied to the love that they received.
rALREADY1B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dEYE1^YOUR1*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^RESEARCH1AOVER-OR-ABOUT1
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mschoneinmal[MG][MG][MG][MG]über
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Your grandma and grandpa are hearing?
rYOUR1PAST1YOUR1*GRANDMA1CGRANDPA3YOU1^*
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momaopa
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   You parents are hearing, as well?
rPROCEEDING1^*YOUR1*PARENTS1BYOUR1*PARENTS1B
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m[MG]elterneltern
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   You parents are hearing, as well?
rPROCEEDING1^*YOUR1*PARENTS1BYOUR1*PARENTS1BHEARING1A
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m[MG]elternelternhörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   They don't care about private things; I don't think they do.
rMORE1FOCUS2A*THIS1BYOUR1*PRIVATE1ANO1A^TO-BELIEVE2A*
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mmehr[MG]privatglauben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Your parents are hearing?
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^YOUR1*PARENTS1B*HEARING1AYOU1*
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mdeineelternhörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   We discussed all tasks that needed to be organized, for example the music, the decorations for the room, and the arrangement of the tables and chairs. We planned the bowling, as well.
rTO-REPLACE1*TO-WORK2YOUR1*TASK-$CANDIDATE-MUE07^*WHAT2*MUSIC1
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mdeinaufgabemusik
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   What if your child was deaf and your doctor told you it’s obligatory for a child to get a CI?
rYOUR1*PHYSICIAN1*DUTY4YOUR1*
l
mdeinarztpflicht
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   What if your child was deaf and your doctor told you it’s obligatory for a child to get a CI?
rYOUR1*PHYSICIAN1*DUTY4YOUR1*CHILD1MUST1*CI1*
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mdeinarztpflichtkindmussc-i
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   The child should decide whether to have a CI or not.
rBIRTH1BTO-DECIDE1A*$INDEX1
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mwenngeboren[MG]entscheidenwenn diemag
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   The child asks the parents, “What do you think about it? I don’t know what it means.“
rWHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*PARENTS1AOPINION1A*YOUR1*I2TO-UNDERSTAND1*WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1
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melternmeinung[MG]verstehwas
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But your parents used to pressure you.
rBEFOREHAND2PARENTS1A*$GEST-NM^TO-PRESSURE1
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ma{ber}vor{her}elterndruck
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   No! You’re at home, on your own computer!
rNO2BYOUR1*OFF-OR-AWAY1^YOUR1*OFF-OR-AWAY1^
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m[MG]deinzu hausedeinzu hause
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   No! You’re at home, on your own computer!
rNO2BYOUR1*OFF-OR-AWAY1^YOUR1*OFF-OR-AWAY1^SELF1ACOMPUTER2
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m[MG]deinzu hausedeinzu hauseselbstcomputer
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   He said that for my work I had to speak perfectly.
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^YOUR1*TO-WORK2MUST1*PERFECT1*
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m[MG]deinarbeitmussperfekt
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   You were at the shot put, I was at the 100-meters race.
rYOU1*SHOT-PUT1YOUR1*I1*$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1METRE1*
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mkugelstoßenichhundert meter lauf
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   Are there any vineyards in Upper Franconia?
rYOU1YOUR1*$INDEX1AREA1A^*TO-DRINK2A^*
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moberfranken
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “That's your problem.”
rPROBLEM2B*
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mdeinproblem
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   I think for your families, that’s okay, too, right?
rYOUR1FAMILY4OKAY1A*YOUR1*$GEST-OFF^*
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mfamilieokay
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   The French person would use their own sign language, F-S-L [L-S-F], in France.
rSELF1A*TO-PUT-IN2^*YOUR1*FRANCE3A$ALPHA1:F-S-LHIS-HER1*
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mselbstfrank{reich}f-s-l[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_17 | 31-45f   Deaf culture is a separate world that hearing people don't fully get.
rWORLD1*HEARING1A*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^*YOUR1*
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mwelthörenddein
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   Were you together?
rYOUR1*BROTHER1A*TOGETHER-PERSON1
l
mbrud{er}[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   And he also screamed?
rBUT1YOUR1*BROTHER1A*ALSO1ASCREAM1E*
l
mdeinbruderauchschreien
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   For example, when the teacher turned around, did you sign with your neighbor and then pretended that nothing happened when he looked back?
rEXAMPLE1*YOU1YOUR1*TEACHER1TO-LOOK-AWAY-AND-BACK1*YOU1*
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mlehrerum
~ HIS-HER1
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   His parents are deaf and use sign language.
rHIS-HER1PARENTS6*PARENTS6DEAF1A
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me{ltern}elterngehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Yes, their identity was different from yours.
rIDENTITY1ADIFFERENT2IDENTITY1AHIS-HER1
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mide{ntität}anderside{ntität}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Then I was fed up with him so to speak, I knew him inside out, how he behaved in terms of his style of signing and everything, and so we began to see each other less.
rSATED1$NAME-GUNTER-PUTTRICH1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1AHIS-HER1STYLE2TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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mgunterstil[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   She has to respect their culture.
rRESPECT1A*HIS-HER1LIKE-THIS1A*$GEST-OFF^
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m[MG]so
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   He wanted to get to know the Jewish culture and the country.
r$INDEX1TO-SWARM1^CULTURE1AHIS-HER1JEW1TO-SWARM1^
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mkulturjüdisch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   That’s what it’s like in their culture.
rDONE1BCULTURE1A$GEST^LIKE-THIS1B*
lHIS-HER1
m[MG]kulturso
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   He had some kind of work somewhere in Bavaria recruiting interpreters.
rINTERPRETER1$INDEX1TO-ORGANISE2AHIS-HER1BAVARIA-MUNICH1A*BAVARIA1*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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mdolmetscher[MG][MG]bayern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Right, at court as well, I agree.
rYOU1I1*TO-INTERLOCK2B^HIS-HER1
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mpasst
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Or over there an interpreter would go somewhere else if they had to make a private phone call.
rTO-PHONE1*IF-OR-WHEN1ALOUD2C^*HIS-HER1TO-GO-THERE1*$INDEX1*
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mwennprivat
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I know some Interpreters who are coda; their parents are also deaf.
rYOU1INTERPRETER1*PERSON1HIS-HER1$INDEX1CODA1$INDEX1
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mdolmetscherauchcoda[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Relating to that, it might also be interesting to note that my neighbor from across the street just had a deaf child.
rOPPOSITE-OF1*NEIGHBOUR1OPPOSITE-OF1*HIS-HER1SON1BIRTH1ADEAF1A
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mnachbarsohn
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   The grandmother had a similar view, but she said her son was insisting on implanting his son with a CI in any case.
rGRANDMA2OPINION1BALSO3AHIS-HER1SON1TO-WANT2*COMPULSION1
l
momameintauchabersohnwill[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   My husband’s sister for example, her first son/
rEXAMPLE1*MY1LIFE-PARTNER1HIS-HER1SISTER1AFIRST-OF-ALL1ASON1
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mbeispielmann[MG]schwestererstersohn
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Well, she and her husband are both hearing, but the son was born deaf.
rBOTH2AHEARING1AHIS-HER1SISTER1C*HEARING1ALIFE-PARTNER1
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mbeidehörendschwesterhörendmann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   After the party, people talked to my parents and told them that their daughter did this and that at the party.
rTO-CELEBRATE1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*HIS-HER1DAUGHTER1*$INDEX1*WHAT1A*
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m[MG]tochterwas macht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   But it's not typical Berlin food, so I’d rather go to the restaurant that I mentioned.
rBERLIN1A*HIS-HER1TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^TO-COME1
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mberlin[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Do you mean hearing or deaf people’s traditions?
rOPINION1BHEARING1A*HIS-HER1OR1*DEAF1AMY1*
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mmeinst duhörendoder[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   There are exhibitions in the International Congress Center.
rEXHIBITION1$ALPHA1:I-C-CEXHIBITION1HIS-HER1
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mausstellungi-c-causstellung
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   My kids and husband don’t like it, so my husband stays home and watches the kids.
rHUSBAND1NO1B*TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1B*HIS-HER1AT-HOME1B$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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mmannaufpassenzu hausebleiben
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   His son, however, was against the father‘s political ideas.
rHIS-HER1SON1*WHAT1APOLITICS1
l
ms{ein}sohnwaspolitik
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   He was caught by the police right away. The police then found out that he was the principal‘s son.
rTO-ARREST-SB2$INDEX1WHAT1A*HIS-HER1FATHER1*DIRECTOR-OR-HEADMASTER-$CANDIDATE-BER02^*SCHOOL1C*
l
mwasvaterschuldirektor
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   The vernacular version looks like this. That‘s why I sign it like that.
rI1*FOR1*HIS-HER1DEAF1A*DRESDEN1TO-UNDERTAKE1*
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mfüreuchgehörlosedresden[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Then I realized that everyone has their own language.
rCLEAR1ALANGUAGE4B
lHIS-HER1HIS-HER1*
mklarsprache
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   It’s their culture.
rCULTURE1A*
lHIS-HER1
mkultur
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   You use this sign for ‘grandpa’ in the Bavarian area?
rGRANDPA4*AREA1ABAVARIA1*HIS-HER1AREA1A
l
mbayern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Yes, the one for MUM.
rMUM3*HIS-HER1
l
mmama
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   #Name1’s family or the family of the first daughter was very big.
r$INDEX1HIS-HER1OR1*$NUM-ORDINAL1:1d*DAUGHTER1*
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m#name1odererstetochter
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The situation is different in her family, though, because her brother is deaf, as well.
rTO-CHANGE1B*HIS-HER1FAMILY4*$INDEX1HIS-HER1
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maberumbeifamiliebru{der}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The situation is different in her family, though, because her brother is deaf, as well.
rHIS-HER1FAMILY4*$INDEX1HIS-HER1BROTHER1A*DEAF1A
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mbeifamiliebru{der}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   When you and your wife are meeting hearing people, what do you do then?
rIF-OR-WHEN1AIF-OR-WHEN1AHIS-HER1$INDEX1*WOMAN1A*YOU1*
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mwennfrau
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Did they sign ASL or International Sign?
rTO-SIGN1AOR4B*AMERICA1HIS-HER1SIGN-LANGUAGE1A
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minternationaloderamerikanischgebärdensprache
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   My daughter’s husband is completely deaf.
rLIFE-PARTNER1*MY1DAUGHTER1*HIS-HER1HUSBAND1FULL2ADEAF1A
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mmeinetoch{ter}ihrmannvoll
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   My father worked in a company with metal; there were lathe operators, cutters, and technical drawers.
rFATHER1TO-WORK2*COMPANY1AMETAL1*TO-BELONG1^LIKE3A*
l$INDEX1*HIS-HER1
mvaterarbeitetfirmametallwie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   My father worked in a company with metal; there were lathe operators, cutters, and technical drawers.
rTO-SPIN9BTO-TURN1B*SIGN-OR-DRAWING5
lHIS-HER1
mdreherfräsertechnischer zeichner
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   If there are problems with a school or something goes wrong, he goes there to check on it.
rHIS-HER1$INDEX2$INDEX1WHAT1A*
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mwas
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   That's his thing, and I do my thing.
rMY1TO-RESTRAIN1A^*
lHIS-HER1
mwie immer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I then realized that he was a real embodiment of deaf culture.
rHENCE1*ON-PERSON1CULTURE1AHIS-HER1
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mkultur
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   It’s interesting that sunflowers were his favorites.
rI1INTEREST1AHIS-HER1PERSON1*I1CLEAR1B*
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m[MG]person
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   It’s interesting that sunflowers were his favorites.
rPERSON1*I1CLEAR1B*HIS-HER1SUN1BFLOWER3ATO-LOVE-STH1
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mpersonsonnenblume
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   My parents assumed that I was hearing.
rHEARING1A$INDEX1*TO-BELIEVE2A*HIS-HER1
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mhörendglauben
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   For example, somebody would sign LUNCH-OR-NOON, but in Lithuanian Sign Language that same sign means ‘girl.’
rI1TO-THINK1BLUNCH-OR-NOON2^HIS-HER1TO-CHANGE2AMEANING1*GIRL2A*
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mdachteumbedeutetmädchen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   It was so different, even their culture was completely unlike anything I knew.
r$GEST^YES1A*CULTURE1A*HIS-HER1WEIRD3$GEST^
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mkultur[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I talked about my idea with many other people, but they were confused and asked what exactly I was trying to do.
r$GEST-OFF^FACIAL-EXPRESSION1*OPINION1BHIS-HER1
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maber[MG]was meint
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I tried to spread the idea but still got asked a lot about what I was trying to achieve through the parade.
r$GEST-OFF^MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2^*OPINION1B*HIS-HER1I1$GEST^
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m[MG]paradewas meintwie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Back when Lithuania was still part of Russia, people were only allowed to use Russian sign language.
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mmuss[MG]russ{ische}gebärdensprache
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I can’t really assess things over there as positive or negative, because it was both of those and also especially the people over there are completely different.
rNEGATIVE2TO-MIX2*LIKE-THIS1AHIS-HER1DIFFERENT1HIS-HER1*$GEST^
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mnegativ[MG]so[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Many told me about their bad experiences.
rHIS-HER1MUCH-OR-MANY1ATO-TELL3A*BAD-OR-STALE2
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mvielschlechte
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   That happens automatically; unless you move outside of the typical touristy paths, then it changes.
rORIENTATION1A^*$INDEX1DIFFERENT2*HIS-HER1
l
manders
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   No, Heidelberg belongs to Baden-Wuerttemberg.
r$INDEX1*TO-BATH2HIS-HER1
l
mheidelbergbaden-württemberg
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Oddly enough, it was the emperor from Kaiserslautern who signed the papers for the city foundation.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
lEMPEROR1B*FROM1*INTELLIGENT1^HIS-HER1
mkaiserauskaiserslautern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   No, it was given to me.
rAS-ALWAYS1*TO-GIVE1*HIS-HER1
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m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I had bought the book from Daniela Happ and then adopted her concept.
rWHERE-FROM1*CONCEPT1I1HIS-HER1$NAME*$ALPHA1:DTO-LOOK-AT3^*
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mwoherkonzeptdaniela happ
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I had bought the book from Daniela Happ and then adopted her concept.
r$NAME*$ALPHA1:DTO-LOOK-AT3^*HIS-HER1BOOK1BTO-BUY1ATO-UNDERTAKE1
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mdaniela happkaufen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   He used to live in Wiesbaden and Frankfurt.
rFRANKFURT1*BEEN1*$INDEX1HIS-HER1TO-LIVE1C$GEST-OFF^
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mfrankfurtgewesenleben
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Kennedy's son, John, died five or six years ago. He was the last one.
rTHROUGH2A$NAME-KENNEDY1*HIS-HER1SON1$ALPHA1:J_2*WAS1
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mkennedysohnjohnschon
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   The apartment seemed characteristic of his style.
rAPARTMENT3*TYPICAL1*HIS-HER1
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mwohntypisch[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   His face wasn't the prettiest, but his figure was.
rSHAPE1AWHAT1ADIFFERENT2HIS-HER1$GEST-OFF^*
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mform[MG]anders
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   It was said in the book that his mother suffered emotionally because of her husband; he had cheated on her with a celebrity - Marilyn Monroe. He had hooked up with her.
rTO-LEAF-THROUGH3*$INDEX1MOTHER1*HIS-HER1TO-PUT-IN2^PSYCHOLOGY1A*TO-SUFFER1A
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m[MG]mutterpsychischleid
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   This insurance is offered by the A-D-A-C. It costs 70 euros a year.
r$ALPHA1:A-D-A-CHIS-HER1$INDEX1$NUM-TENS2A:7d*EURO1*
l
msiebzigeuro
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   These are the toys of my grandchild.
rFOR2$INDEX1HIS-HER1TO-MIX3^$INDEX1
l
mfürenkelspielsachen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   If a person wants to dope him- or herself then that's fine, but they should do it at their own health risk.
rTO-WANT7*TO-INJECT1A*TO-BELIEVE2AHIS-HER1OWN1ATO-GIVE-MONEY3*HIS-HER1
l
mwillleistungdeineigenrisiko
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   If a person wants to dope him- or herself then that's fine, but they should do it at their own health risk.
rHIS-HER1OWN1ATO-GIVE-MONEY3*HIS-HER1HEALTHY1AHIS-HER1TO-GIVE-MONEY3*
l
mdeineigenrisikogesundheitrisiko
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   If a person wants to dope him- or herself then that's fine, but they should do it at their own health risk.
rTO-GIVE-MONEY3*HIS-HER1HEALTHY1AHIS-HER1TO-GIVE-MONEY3*
l
mrisikogesundheitrisiko
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   I respect the rules; I respect them.
rI1RESPECT1AWHAT1A*HIS-HER1RULE1A*I1*RESPECT1A
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mresp{ekt}wasrespekt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   That one is composed of different languages; that‘s not what I‘m talking about.
rEVERYTHING1A*HIS-HER1
l
malle
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   It‘s from England.
rENGLAND4*ENGLAND3*ENGLAND4
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   That‘s International Sign.
r$INDEX1INTERNATIONAL1*HIS-HER1
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min{terna}tional ja
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Back in the days, in 1987, I used to, uh, #Name2 from Brunswick asked me/
r$GEST-OFF^*ATTENTION1A^*BRUNSWICK1*HIS-HER1
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mbraunschweig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Three years later, she made her résumé public.
r$INDEX1REALLY2*SERIOUS1CHIS-HER1$INDEX1*TO-LIVE1CIT-WORKS1*
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mernstsei{n}lebablauf
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   Yes, it used to be Eintracht Braunschweig [soccer club of Brunswick].
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mbraun{schweig}eintr{acht}braunschweigeintrachtbraunschweig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   Yes, it used to be Eintracht Braunschweig [soccer club of Brunswick].
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mbraunschweigeintrachtbraunschweig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   I was talking about carnival.
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mkarnevalkarneval
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   Yes, that’s the way it is in your town.
rHIS-HER1$INDEX1
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mdein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   I was talking about carnival.
rHEADDRESS7A^HIS-HER1HEADDRESS7A^HIS-HER1
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mkarnevalkarneval
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She sat in the front.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They were already preparing to get there when it was cancelled.
rAIRPLANE2AHIS-HER1TO-CANCEL1*NO3B^$INDEX1
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m[MG]absagen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Supposedly it’s being rescheduled and moved to another country.
rSHALL1DIFFERENT1*COUNTRY3A*HIS-HER1
l
mandersland
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They had strong teams.
rSTRONG1ATEAM-OR-CREW1HIS-HER1
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mstarkmannschaft
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Their friends and other deaf people think they’re exhausting.
rHIS-HER1FRIEND1DEAF1A$GEST^
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mfreund[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Yes, so: once a year, a couple of people from Berlin, Hamburg and southern Germany meet up.
rUSHER-SYNDROME4$INDEX1BERLIN1C*HIS-HER1$INDEX1HAMBURG2*
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Sure, they’re poor.
rLIKE3A*ARM2HIS-HER1
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marm[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She had inherited the hospital from her father.
rREASON4BHIS-HER1FATHER1*PAST1^*TO-BRING-ALONG1^*
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mgrundvater[MG]erbschaft erbschaft
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Because of Mr. #Name1 and his son. Mr. #Name1 had separated from his wife before.
r$INDEX1*MISTER1*$NAMEHIS-HER1SON1*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*TIME7A*
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mdaherr??seinsohnfrüherzeit
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Downstairs in the boys’ room, because theirs was bigger than ours upstairs.
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muntenjungenraumweilhier
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The hard of hearing students, the deaf girls and one mixed group made up of hearing and hard of hearing students where separated into different areas.
rHARD-OF-HEARING1*HEARING1A^*HIS-HER1$INDEX1DEAF1A*GIRL1*
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mschwerhörigmädchen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The hard of hearing boys had a small room upstairs and the deaf boys were in a big room downstairs.
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mschwerhörigraumuntenvoll
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   But those are people who can hear.
rHEARING1BMAYBE1*HEARING1B
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mhörendevielleichthörendeda
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   That is the problem.
rHIS-HER1PROBLEM1
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mproblem
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   There is also baby sign for hearing children which can be used for deaf children as well.
rBABY1LANGUAGE1*HIS-HER1FOR1HEARING1ATO-SIGN1A*
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mbabysprachefürhörende
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   I am especially impressed with JFK because he was very tolerant towards black and colored people. He stepped up for them and worked on including them into society, and he cared about their interests.
rTOGETHER1A*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
lCOLOUR1A*HIS-HER1TO-WISH1E*
mwiewünschen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   Their free will was taken away and they were limited in everything that they did.
r$INDEX1HIS-HER1OWN1CI2FEELING4A
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meigenes
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   A president from Austria came to tell something about the differences between Germany and Austria.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1AUSTRIA1*HIS-HER1WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*DIFFERENT1$INDEX1*
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m[MG]österreichwasanders
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   It was specifically for children, so they wouldn't get bored.
rFOR1*CHILD2*TOGETHER7*THEN1CNOT3A*BOREDOM1*
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   The group from Berlin with Giuseppe Giuranna.
rGROUP1A*$GEST-NM^
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mgiuseppeberliner
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Their grandchildren have a CI and their grandparents regret it.
rHIS-HER1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2GRANDCHILD3*CHILD2*
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mzweienkelkinder
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   His mother says she regrets it now.
rTHEN1A$INDEX1*HIS-HER1MOTHER1*NOW1TO-BE-SORRY-FOR1
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mdannmutter
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   A lot of his girlfriends left him one after the other.
rPROCEEDING1^HIS-HER1MUCH-OR-MANY1A*FRIEND6TO-ABANDON1*
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mspätervielefreundin
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   His mother often visits us, because my mother is suffering from dementia by now.
r$INDEX1*HIS-HER1MOTHER1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*TO-COME1*
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mmutteroft besuchen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   In the hotel the owner was looking out for us and we were told to put on our sports shoes.
rTO-LOOK-AT3^*$INDEX1TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1AHIS-HER1OCCUPIED-OR-OWNED1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*MUST1*
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maufpassenbesitzmuss
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   I wondered why, but the people in the hotel were experienced and surely knew why.
rI1$GEST-NM^$INDEX1HIS-HER1EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6BTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE1$INDEX1
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merfahrenweiß
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   Normally the guidelines say/
rPRESCRIPTION1A$INDEX1OPINION1BHIS-HER1
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mvorschriftmeinung
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   I was in a driving school for hearing people.
rTO-DRIVE1SCHOOL1A
lHEARING1AHIS-HER1
mfahrschulehörend
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   But in time I got to know the people and their lives in the GDR.
rTO-LIVE1C*PROCEEDING1^TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1AHIS-HER1TO-LIVE1C
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mkennenleben
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   It was the job of that one person.
rHIS-HER1*TASK1A*HIS-HER1
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maufgabe
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   The Netherlands are a very liberal country where insults are a punishable offense.
rHIS-HER1COUNTRY1AWHATEVER3*PUBLIC1
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mlandegalöffentlich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   You decided for the child that it would be deaf.
rWHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1*HIS-HER1TO-DECIDE1BTO-TAKE-AWAY1*ALREADY1B*
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mbedeutentscheidungschon
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   His/
rHIS-HER1PERSON1^*
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m
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   We are supposed to adapt to the hearing people.
rQUOTATION-MARKS1*TO-ADJUST1*HEARING1A*HIS-HER1WHAT1B
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manp{assen}hö{rend}was
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   That’s where Bismarck lived.
r$INDEX1
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   I was astonished by his statement, but his decision wouldn’t have affected me personally.
r$INDEX1*I2*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^HIS-HER1TO-DECIDE1BI2*$INDEX2
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mob ob[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   But it might also be the case that the man has to visit a doctor.
rDOCTOR1*TO-GO-THERE1MAN5B*HIS-HER1BOTH2B*
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mdoktormannbeide
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   His semen is brought to a laboratory and the woman is inseminated afterwards.
rHIS-HER1$INDEX1SPERM1*$INDEX1
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msamen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Those flared skirts simply expressed the character.
rBUT1*SKIRT3*CHARACTER2AHIS-HER1
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mabercharakter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   That is also part of the culture.
rNATURE6B*CULTURE1A*HIS-HER1
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mnat{ur}kultur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   One can decide that individually because everyone has their own style that they feel comfortable in.
rWELL1COHERENCE1ATO-DECIDE1BHIS-HER1
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mwohlentscheiden
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   I think there are more people today who simply wear whatever they feel like wearing.
rPEOPLE2MORE1*TO-WISH1BHIS-HER1
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mm{ehr}wünsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   These days it's encouraged to dress according to your taste, to be open and to create your own look.
rFREE1TO-PROMOTE3A^*TO-OPEN-UP-TO-SB1HIS-HER1WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1TO-LOVE-STH2CLOTHES1A*
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mwas[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   I think it's interesting to find out what lies behind it.
rMORE3CURIOUS1WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1HIS-HER1$GEST-OFF^
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mm{ehr}neugierig
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   On the one hand, it's a great thing, what you just said, that everyone is able to wear what they like, but on the other hand there is the disadvantage of a society where people are just hostile to each other.
rYOU1*TO-SAY1TO-WISH1BHIS-HER1ALSO1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dSIDE-OF-THE-BODY1
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msagwünscheineseite
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   We were supposed to express our identity through our clothing.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*HIS-HER1IDENTITY1AMY1CLOTHES1A*
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mstimmwie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   You were supposed to be all natural.
rNATURE6BRIGHT-OR-AGREED1^COHERENCE1B^HIS-HER1
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mnatursoll
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They ask you about your personal goals and why you want to accomplish them.
rHIS-HER1AIM2WHY1HIS-HER1
l
mzielwarum
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They ask you about your personal goals and why you want to accomplish them.
rHIS-HER1AIM2WHY1HIS-HER1TO-WISH1BAIM2*WHAT1B
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mzielwarumwunschdawas
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Those points are more part of the International competition.
rMORE1$GEST-TO-PONDER1^INTERNATIONAL1HIS-HER1
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mmehrinternational
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   It’s his camera.
r
lLIFE-PARTNER1HIS-HER1POSSESSION1BLIFE-PARTNER1*HIS-HER1*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   As my boyfriend was a German international, I have been told many stories.
rNATIONAL3TO-PLAY2I1HIS-HER1$INDEX1*TO-DEVELOP2*
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mwar nationalspieler[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   That’s not something they have in Hong Kong.
rHIS-HER1$CUED-SPEECH*NOT3A*$INDEX1
l
mhongkonggibt es nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   We were shown a dragon. It was just great, how much there was to see/
r$INDEX1$PRODHIS-HER1EVERYTHING1C*ELEGANT1TO-SWARM1
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m[MG]alles[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   There were nuns.
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m[MG]nonnen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   There were nuns.
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m[MG]nonnen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Her teacher wanted me to go to school in Euskirchen, too, after my sister finished school.
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mkannlehrerinwünschsoll
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   It used to be strict at school, but that goes without saying. Nowadays it’s different.
rLIKE-THIS1A$INDEX2TOTALLY-FINE1HIS-HER1$GEST^I1PARALLEL1A^
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mso[MG]folgt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Protests used to be something that mainly hearing people did, for example against nuclear power.
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m[MG]hörend[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   The Deaf Sports Association is there, they also have their own events.
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lPRESENT-OR-HERE1
meigeneveranstaltung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   In this group there are children with various hearing abilities, but they all use sign language as their mother language.
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mmuttersprached-g-s
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   No, their/
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l
m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   They noted it all down, and we succeeded.
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mein{tragen}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   It depends on the kindergarten.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Although, it is expected of those with CIs, but then it is their wish to be part of a class that uses sign language.
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merwartenabergibt[MG]bedürfnis[MG]
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-HER1I1TRUST1DISABILITY1
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mpersonalversammlungvertraubehinder
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   It was only later that I realized that my father had done it because he was very proud.
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mwasstolz
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   However, that does not work, because it always has to be two. That‘s probably due to the rules of the Catholic church.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   She put her under pressure.
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m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   Well, if I look at the situation I think that she is still like that.
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m[MG][MG]schwiegermutterbis[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   His parents are hearing, and most of his relatives are, too.
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mseineelternhörend[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I was told that my biological father was a bit cruel to me.
rATROCIOUS1*FATHER7*$INDEX2*
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mjabisschengrausam
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   The rest of my family likes milk better.
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maber[MG]milchmann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I was supposed to just talk about it; whether I wanted to use finger spelling or signs was completely irrelevant.
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mnormallocker
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   She is from the Czech Republic and learned how to work as an electrician there.
rELECTRIC-$CANDIDATE-LEI77^CARE2^TO-LEARN3HIS-HER1
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melektromonteurlernen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   On one side, one can see the graveyard which is the largest graveyard in Leipzig.
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mgroß
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Part of my husband's family lives there.
rHIS-HER1HUSBAND1HIS-HER1RELATED1
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mmannverwandtschaft
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Part of my husband's family lives there.
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l
mmannverwandtschaft
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   My husband has a deaf sister.
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mdurchschwester[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   My husband has a deaf sister.
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mschwester[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   But it depends on the date of the tour there/
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   One is deaf and one hearing.
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m[MG]einehörend
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   That is why my mother accompanied me, just to be sure.
rSECURE2$INDEX1REPLACEMENT1AHIS-HER1THERE1
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msicherassistenz
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Yes, Dresden. Their specialty is the Christmas Stollen.
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mdresdenstolleja
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   That is a tradition in my family.
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mfam{ilie}stamm
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   She looked quite greedily at the money.
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mbrauchen[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   The Klitschko family invited the boy’s family.
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mfam{ilie}seinbubauch familie
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   It’s really bad in the area of Bitterfeld.
r$ALPHA1:BHIS-HER1BAD3A*AREA1B
l
mbitterfeldschlimm
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   They are mostly privately organized.
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mmehrprivatorganisierenmehrprivat
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   We were sad about the early end.
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m[MG][MG]schade
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   WEATHER is the one my granny uses.
r
lWEATHER4*HIS-HER1
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   Ahlers, no.
r
lHIS-HER1SICK1^*NO1A
m[MG]ahlers
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   Yes, sort of.
r
lQUOTATION-MARKS1*INDUSTRY4*HIS-HER1QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   It would be an adventure to travel in an old VW minibus, like the ones all the students really like. That wouldn’t be bad.
rBUS2TYPICAL1TO-STUDY2HIS-HER1$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*$INDEX1TYPICAL1
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mtypischstudententypisch
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   It would be an adventure to travel in an old VW minibus, like the ones all the students really like. That wouldn’t be bad.
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mtypisch[MG]nicht schlecht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   When you are seventeen or even younger you also still need to gain a lot of experiences.
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mvielerfahrungmachen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   There was the German Federation of the Deaf and the one in the GDR.
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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.
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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.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   A great thing/
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m[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   It takes time to warm up to one another and exchange opinions.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   When they told me that, I was surprised and asked what it was like with the fruit there, what kind of choices they had.
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mwas[MG][MG]sowie sieht aus
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   When they told me that, I was surprised and asked what it was like with the fruit there, what kind of choices they had.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Of course, they wanted that person gone for political reasons.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I got goose bumps as they talked about the two friends that just disappeared.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   I wanted to move the date for the vocational training but that was impossible and I really wanted to go there.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   You can’t really compare that to Europe, here’s nothing, absolutely nothing in the press.
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m[MG]europaüberdeaflympics
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   Her husband died.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   No, the lover #of Name4 has died.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   So just for deaf people. Nothing should be used for anything else.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   The people there worshipped the emperor Shinto.
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mshinto
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   His name is well-known, he's famous: Siefarth.
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mnamebekanntseifarth
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   Yet, I was lucky that #Name2‘s husband was a member of the church council.
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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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mvaterkind
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   He came up to me, and he was able to sign!
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mvater
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   It is also by chance that his son and #Name1 are attending First Communion at the same time.
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mzufallauchwassohn??
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   There‘s a greater sense of solidarity. In the west, people are not as close; everyone is rather on their own.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   His wife is very possessive of him, that makes me jealous.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Yes, right, in the east there’s this MDR television program/
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mfernseh
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   The pressure came with the communism.
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maber[MG]kommunismus
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   I was told that only those existed.
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msosag
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   They where from different cities, like Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.
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mverschiedenstadtbeispielhamburg
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   They where from different cities, like Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   They where from different cities, like Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   There were many different teams we were playing against: Italy, Bulgaria/
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mitalienbulgarien
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Mainly the international deaf people go there. The deaf people from Munich meet at the Augustiner tent most of the time.
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minternationalaber
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Mainly the international deaf people go there. The deaf people from Munich meet at the Augustiner tent most of the time.
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mmünchenaugustiner
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   But his brother, Benedict’s brother from Regensburg, looks very lovable and nice.
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mwassein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   During the floods, the water rose up to the top of the window in his mother’s apartment building.
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msehenhochmamahausmiete
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Downstairs, where my husband usually slept, everything was damp, wet and covered in mold when the water went back down.
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muntenwomeinmannwo
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   It’s my husband’s home area, that’s why he knows about it, but I have no idea because I had nothing to do with that place.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   The flap is embroidered with colorful symbols.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   She didn’t mean any harm, it was just what her experiences were like.
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mabernurerfahrungso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   She didn’t mean any harm, it was just what her experiences were like.
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merfahrungso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   My mother chatted with her friends or other guests that came to visit.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   My mother’s best friend was there, too.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   The second child was born then, the sister.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   The grandmother, however, insisted they shouldn’t go back but stay in West-Berlin instead.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   A spy had been in his apartment and was surprised to find everything looking so primitive.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   On his birthday or on Christmas I always sent him a gift, something to eat or a cake.
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mwiewogeburtstag
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   But he pours it into his hat, a bowler hat, which is sat on the table the wrong side up.
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mhutmelone
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   He really made the deaf people look small.
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mschon
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   One person organized one task, and another one took care of the room.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The first year #Name3 was busy with his own apprentice, but I would have needed him.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   My wish for the future is that schools for the deaf or special needs schools remain where hearing, hard of hearing and deaf people are.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   For your/ There is also a Chinese restaurant.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   Because she had been there before, she boiled over with emotions concerning the attack with the plane.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   They still know about what happened to some of their classmates back then.
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mklassefrüherpassiert
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   But words or sentences from the world of the hearing people were always just weird movements of their mouths to me; I didn’t hear any of that.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   Hearing people can retire at the age of 65, that’s what it’s like for hearing people. You could do it at 60.
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malthöre{nd}sechzig
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   I worked in my brother’s company.
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mbruderfirmaprivat
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   My father told me about the one time that he crossed the border with his school class.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   My father told me about the one time that he crossed the border with his school class.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   But I had to wait while my mother talked with the manager.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I was told that first he fled through his apartment somehow and continued by foot and then he fled by car.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   People of the regular staff are working in the barbecue and the chicken packing department.
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Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   Three people work at the serving counter, another two in the back and I work at the automatic dishwasher.
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mzweiei{n}mannküche
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Impressive; that's the artist’s imagination.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   There are people standing in front of his painting and they like it.
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mmuss[MG][MG]sein
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Typically, the entire class rents some sort of wagon on which they are able to sit.
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mklassetypischklasse
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   They start off by driving to the parents houses where the parents offer free drinks and food for ten minutes. They have to be quick.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Those hats are awesome as well.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I went back to Germany on Sunday, and on the day before - Saturday - I went to a Deaf football club with another deaf person.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Take, for example, the time. It's confusing in England.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   There were two women from England; they were so pretty, really cute.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Just like red is typically the color for Aids.
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mtypischaidssymbolrot
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Just like red is typically the color for Aids.
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msymbolrot
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_05 | 46-60f   I said, “I don’t know what you mean.”
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   If one follows the politician’s opinion, everybody should quit smoking.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Deaf people are different, there are two different cultures.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I don’t know if there’s a sort of barrier, and deaf people just go too far while hearing people stay reserved and don’t exceed limits.
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mweißgehörlosgrenze
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   His parents had him implanted with the CI as a child, but he doesn’t feel comfortable with it and doesn’t really know how to deal with it.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   My parents are both hearing. That's why they can't sign very well.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_03 | 46-60f   The parents/
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   The parents and I will go somewhere else and I’ll continue to talk to them for a bit.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Now that he is retired he is at home with his wife.
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maberjetztselbstrente
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   His wife is cooking all the time.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   His wife is cooking all the time.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   His window frames were made of wood, they were quite decayed and crumbled apart.
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mseinfensteraus
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_06 | 31-45f   He was very worried about his house.
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mvielsorgenseinhaus
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   And her mother started the shop.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   In my opinion, it is the fault of Diana's husband. And all those complications are also his fault.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   I had the feeling that Charles seemed to be paternal, and that he was more of a father figure for Diana.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   She also gave her mother one of those for her fortieth birthday. It was beautiful!
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   I went to a kindergarten for hearing children.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Right, I went to a kindergarten for hearing children.
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mhörendekindergarten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Right, I went to a kindergarten for hearing children.
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mhörendekindergarten
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   My sister is #X years old, and her husband is #X.
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mschwester#xmann#x
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   Her father was the director of a #bank in Name5.
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m#name5vaterbankdirektor
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   She then married a #Name16 man and emigrated with him.
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mauswandern[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   That’s what it’s always like.
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mstamm
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   It’s because their families and friends always have to help with the cutting and squeezing of the grapes.
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mgrundstammverwandtefreundehelfen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   But how about the hearing people?
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maberhörendwie sieht aus
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Interestingly, the news there are in Mandarin, but they communicate internationally in English.
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mmandarinnachrichtenaber
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   His brother had been killed in the war.
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mseinbruderimkrieg
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   My cousin said that she had often dreamt of fleeing.
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moftsagenihrtraummö{chte}gern
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   Her husband was a teacher, as well.
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mihrmannauchlehrer
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   My cousin's husband felt pressured to do so. Yet, a lot of it was historically wrong.
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mmeinecousineihrmannfühltwie
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   His wife, my cousin, taught younger children.
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mfraucousine
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   He was the son and on the run because his father wanted to behead him.
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mseinsohnaufflucht
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_08 | 61+f   Emperor Friedrich's son I think/
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mglaubekaisersohn
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   That‘s just how that generation was brought up.
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mgeneration
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   So, once the children are done with washing and combing, I send them to put on shoes and jackets.
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mjackeschuhselbst
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   Those were his rules.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   No, no, it was one hour of classes, and then later on another hour there.
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mnoch maleine stunde
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   It wasn‘t that great. They have very strict rules, and the food is just weird.
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mstrengessen[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   You couldn’t leave after. It was the school‘s instruction. The rules of the boarding school.
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minternatinternat
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_09 | 18-30m   You couldn’t leave after. It was the school‘s instruction. The rules of the boarding school.
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minternat
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f