DOI: /10.25592/dgs.corpus-3.0-type-13727

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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   What’s typical in the Palatinate region are small lunch menus in different restaurants.
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mpfalzmeisttypischsoauchteil
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   The other car has the same damage along its side, from the front to the back, because I drove too close to it, and my car touched it.
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mauchselbschlecht[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It’s impossible to make progress in both areas at the same time.
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mgleichzeitpara{llel}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I can tell her about my question. Maybe I’m successful and she’ll describe a sentence to me.
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mfra{gen}[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   But everyone else lives more than 20 kilometers away and scattered everywhere.
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mfastüberzwanzigkilometer
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   In Lewitz, where you can go fishing, you can also buy many different fish.
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mlewitz
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   This type of bottle mainly exists in Lower Franconia.
rSTRONG2BREGION1*CAN1^AREA1A^*$GEST-OFF^*
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mstarkunterfranken
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I rarely use an interpreter.
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mmanchmal
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Even if the child grew up hearing, I would sign with him or her.
rHEARING1BTO-GROW-UP1A*I1*CAN1^MAYBE1TO-SIGN1A$INDEX1
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mhörend[MG][MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_12 | 46-60f   In Dielheim, there’s a grocery store, a post office, a hair dresser, and a doctor. That’s about it.
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mlebensmittelpostfriseurarzt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   You could give some of the money to your grandchildren.
rGRANDCHILD3*$GEST-OFF^TO-GIVE-MONEY2A^*
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menkel[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I watched the others play soccer. They were real pros.
rVERY6*$INDEX1*LIKE7ACAN1^*$PROD
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mprofi
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   Everything else was great.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^TOGETHER1A*CAN1^*HERE-NOW1^*
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mokayabersonst
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   They barely touch skin.
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mhautetwas
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   It was just too long, she couldn’t do it and fell asleep.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   The woman is torn and wants to tell her husband everything; she wants to say sorry.
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m[MG]mu{ss}offen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   She is severely hard of hearing, and can communicate well.
r$INDEX1*CAN1^*HIGH4AHEAVY1A*TO-HEAR1
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mhochschwerhörig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   He understood immediately, and that was it.
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m[MG]allesklar
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   The job center invested as well.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   We had to go to church.
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m[MG]kirchemuss
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   No. The energy-saving light bulbs can't move.
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mbewegen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   That's impossible.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But I can't say, “Oh, that's a pity!” now, I just can't.
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maberich kann nichtsagenschade
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   He picks up the dog and says, “You can’t just jump like that.”
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mschaff nichtspring
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Not every person with a CI can hear like a hearing person.
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mvollhörendwie
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   That doesn’t work.
rBUT1*CAN1^*$GEST-ATTENTION1^BUT1*CAN1*
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mab{er}ab{er}kann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Right, that person said, “Us deaf people can’t speak.
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m[MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   We can’t do it.
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m[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   But we will never be able to do it as beautifully as hearing people, nor lip read.
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mo{der}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It’s very typical for teachers to say, “Oh, you can’t do it.“
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mlehreralle
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Sure, then I need to cut back, eat normally, and adapt to you.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   In those situations I had to adapt and speak up.
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mmussanpassen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   In eastern Germany GmbHs are common and popular, too.
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mprivatfirmag-m-b-h
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   The psychological burden would be too hard to bear.
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mpsychischebelastungzu groß
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   I can't go for a walk alone in the evening.
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mabend
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   That's why I transferred to the day care in Leipzig, because it was a better fit.
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m[MG]schickennach
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_08 | 46-60f   I don't do that.
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m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The other two have good grades, but my daughter is struggling.
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mmeintochterschafft nicht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   And when the moderator then started asking questions on it, it got quite difficult for me.
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mlang[MG][MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It simply wouldn’t be possible to survive it.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   That's possible.
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mkönntevielleichtkönnte
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I didn't care one bit.
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mkalt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The idea of including a photo spread quickly.
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mdurchfoto[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Sitting there were the job centre’s employee, someone from the health department, the school principal, a teacher and a PE teacher.
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mgesundheitsamtlehrer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The hearing people asked me how it went, and I just showed them a thumbs-up.
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mhörendwas
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   He said, that I had received only As in practical training which shows that I knew what I needed to know.
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mnoteeinsallesdu kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   He went around the corner to talk to the social counselling department. I wondered what he was doing there.
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msozialberater
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   So, the woman saw me eating alone, approached me and asked whether the other seat at my table was already taken.
rWOMAN2C*$PRODI2*CAN1^*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*$INDEX1*$INDEX1
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mfrauist der platz frei
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I see that they are concerned, but I just go ahead and ask them which health problems they have and to show me where it hurts.
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mbegreifichwennproblem
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   The guards on patrol were armed.
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mmitpolizeikontrollemit
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   But it doesn't seem to work out.
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m[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Someone from the trade union told me/
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mgewerkschafthatmirgesagt
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   In court, the judge verifies whether all people are present. If the interpreter is not, the appointment is rearranged.
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meinfehltdolmetscher[MG]andersterminverschieben
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   Or the times I had to help the farmer dig up potatoes on the fields.
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mundbauernhelfenkartoffel
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_06 | 18-30f   Because I want to go to the Christmas market there.
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mgrundweihnachtsmarkt
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   If you haven't used up all of your money by the end of the month, there is nothing else to do but to put it in a savings account.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   No, what I mean is that they can easily speak.
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mmeine
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   No, what I mean is that they can easily speak.
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mdeshalb
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I met Mister Zürn at the Deaflympics center in Taipei. He is the hearing soccer coach, and he signs very well.
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mfußballtainerhör{end}kann[MG]
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]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Everyone who wears hearing aids and is able to make a call.
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mhörgerätantelefonkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   My boss said, if you still have vacation days left, you can take the day off today and check out everything, if you like.
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mkann[MG]urlaubstag
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   Slowly my first son is able to manage eight hours a day.
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mlangsamkannlangachtein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   Slowly my first son is able to manage eight hours a day.
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machteintagkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   For him, about ten people are ideal.
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mzehnpersonkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   My neighbor complained about them not answering my fax.
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mnachbarbeschwerenwiekannso wasfrau retzlaff warzweimal
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I was so scandalized, so now, they have a big remark in their book that I, Mrs. Jauering, can’t wait. Big and fat and underlined in read.
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mfrau jaueringkönntenichtwarten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   But I could see myself working there again.
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mmitarbeitenkannvorst{ellen}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   He can sign, can't he?
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mkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   He can sign, too, can't he?
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m[MG]mannkann[MG]kann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   He can sign, too, can't he?
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mkann[MG]kann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   It’s mostly about the fact that there is this trap where woman are being taken advantage of.
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mjetzt
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I said that I could also write it down.
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mkann[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   All teachers should be able to sign fluently, just like at Gallaudet in the US.
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mdamitlehrerkann[MG]alles
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   That way the deaf students could easily learn the meaning of technical terms.
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mdamitleutekannwaswort
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   But among deaf people in the lectures, there can be an active debate. You can exchange opinions and discuss with others.
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mkannmeinung tauschenkannandersleuteunterhalten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I’m also thinking about my own children and giving them the opportunity to study here later.
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mzielwarumkinderkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   But if we had a university here, I could send him there without worrying.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   (I was allowed to keep driving with the bus, but they were not entirely happy about it.)
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mdarf
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   So I took the bus, but it was prohibited to just get off it within Moscow.
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mhiermoskau
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   It has been a legal requirement for a while now that teachers there are obliged to sign in class!
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mmussimkönnte
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   It's incredible: I could hear when they scored a goal.
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mimmerkann[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Sure, the board can tell me that, but I feel like they want to keep me from leaving.
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mkannvorstand
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   I wouldn‘t mind being the auditor or a committee member.
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mkanngerneka{ssenprüfer}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Here in Germany one can see differences.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   That’s all right. It’s not a problem.
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m[MG]kein problemokay okay
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   They will tell you that they are already paying for the allowance for nursing care, and that the hospital is supposed to use some of that money for the interpreter.
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mkrankenhauskann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   If there were enough drop-in centers around, deaf people could go there and just ask for support etc.
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manlaufstelleda dakannfragen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Yet, the court can decide randomly.
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mabergerichtkann[MG]kann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Yet, the court can decide randomly.
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mgerichtkann[MG]kann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   But then at some point this rivalry started, the “I can hear better than you“ thing, you know?
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mwiebesser
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   He speaks it now.
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mjetztkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   You can remember lots of things from when you were five years old.
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mfünfkannsehenweiß
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Yes, they fired phosphor bombs, so they could see something down here.
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mvon der bombehellkannsehen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   I could read the teachers' lips.
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mwarumlehrerablesenkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   They can understand what deaf people are like.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Maybe one would be able to be good friends with hearing people then, as well.
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mvielleichtauchkannmithörend[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I was able to see him through the window as he was walking away. I was amused.
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m[MG]glas[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Right, one could go to the police office oneself.
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mkannauchpo{lizei}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   In summer, I can play outside and arrange dates with my neighbor.
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msommerkanndraußenabmachen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   My grandchild can play soccer well and then I allow it.
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mkann gutfußball[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   It's also a problem for me that hearing people can call for help via their cell phones. And I, as a deaf person, can't. Therefore it is important that I have a partner with me while doing sports.
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mwerpasstdannkannhandyhelfen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Doesn't matter which sport I am doing, whether we can talk or not, we can help each other.
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mnichtwalkenhelfenkanneinanderhelfen helfen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   He said, “I am hearing, and you think I am not listening.
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michkannhördudenkst
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   “You can go outside,“ he said.
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mrauskann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   They exclusively use Dutch signs. However, some know/
rSCHOOL1A*$GEST-ATTENTION1^TO-OWN1*CAN1
l
m[MG]kann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I thought, the wind turbines are so strong that a bird cannot destroy it.
r$INDEX1*STRONG1B*BIRD1CAN1WEAK4*$INDEX2
l
m[MG]vogelkann[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Maybe they all know International Sign.
r$GEST^MAYBE3*ALL2ACAN1INTERNATIONAL1TO-SIGN1A*$GEST^
l
mvielleichtallekanninternational
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I asked her if I could file an application for cost absorption.
rREQUEST1BIF1$INDEX1CAN1INTO2*TO-PAY1*
l
mantragobkannbezahlen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   But would people from other countries be able to come and study here?
rCOUNTRY1A$INDEX1TO-COME1*CAN1
l
mländerkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   You can get it removed, but it is risky.
rCAN1TO-DROP-OR-TO-GIVE-UP8*YES1ABUT1*
l
mkannabjaaber
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Back then I could only sign very little.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*I2*BIT2A*CAN1TO-SIGN1D
l
mfrüherich[MG]kanngebärdensprache
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   So I was able to pick up a little from him.
rBIT2A*CAN1WITH1BCOPY1A^*
l
mbisschen[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   They could sign a little.
rCAN1$GEST-OFF^$GEST^APPROXIMATELY1*
l
mkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   I could have continued that career, but I just couldn’t find a new job in Salzgitter.
rTHEN1CAND-THEN1CAN1I2FURTHER1BBUT1*
l
mund dannkannweiteraber
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Yes, you could receive those stations.
rCAN1TO-RECEIVE2*
lYES1A
mja
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Here in Europe, for example, you would be able to flee.
rI1HERE1EUROPE1B*CAN1FLIGHT1A$INDEX2*
l
meuropakannflucht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Does that even work with an energy-saving light bulb?
rALSO1B*TO-SAVE2*LIGHT-BULB1CAN1
l
mauchsparbirnekann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Only halogen bulbs and regular light bulbs can move.
r$INDEX1TO-TURN1B^*MOVEMENT1BCAN1
l
mglühbirnebewegenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   It was one way to save money.
rTO-SAVE2*CAN1TO-SAVE2*$GEST-OFF^*
l
msparenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Maybe they don't even have to meet up in person but discuss stuff via email or something like that.
rCAN1TO-MEET1*MUST1TO-MEET1
l
mkanntreffen treffenmusstreffen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Maybe they don't even have to meet up in person but discuss stuff via email or something like that.
rTO-COME1*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*MUST1CAN1EMAIL1*TO-REPLACE1
l
m[MG]musskannmail
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Most of the time the medical consultants tell you, “Your child can hear again with a CI.”
rCI1CHILD1TO-HEAR1CAN1
l
mc-ikindhörenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   That's not true. The spectrum is very broad, you can have kids who hear very well with it all the way to kids who aren't able to hear anything with it.
rNO1ACAN1MEASURE7A^CAN1TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1^
l
m[MG]kannkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   That's not true. The spectrum is very broad, you can have kids who hear very well with it all the way to kids who aren't able to hear anything with it.
rNO1ACAN1MEASURE7A^CAN1TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1^CAN1MAYBE2*
l
m[MG]kannkannkannvielleicht auch
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   It happens.
rCAN1
l
mkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   That's not true. The spectrum is very broad, you can have kids who hear very well with it all the way to kids who aren't able to hear anything with it.
rMEASURE7A^CAN1TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1^CAN1MAYBE2*CAN1*NOTHING1B
l
mkannkannvielleicht auchkannnicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I'd prefer it if they would additionally know sign language.
rRATHER1IN-ADDITION1TO-SIGN1DCAN1
l
mlieberdazukann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Then you can do both and can switch from one to the other.
rBOTH2ATO-SWAP3A*CAN1
l
mbeidewechselnkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   For example, that it is possible to learn sign language additionally and so on.
rPOSSIBLE1*TO-SIGN1AINVOLVED1A*CAN1POSSIBLE1$LIST1:3of3d
l
mmöglichgebärdendabeikannmöglich
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   One has to be able to do everything.
rMUST1EVERYTHING1BCAN1
l
mmussalleskönnen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   If you are already able to sign some words, that is an advantage.
rALREADY1AWORD1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1ADVANTAGE1
l
mschonworte[MG]kannvorteil
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   In my opinion, if you are hearing, speech just comes naturally through all the stuff you hear.
rANYWAY2*IF-OR-WHEN1ATO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1TO-COME1LANGUAGE1TO-CHANGE1A^
l
msowiesowenn[MG]kannkommtsprache[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I think that when you are hearing, speech develops automatically.
rCAN1*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*CAN1TO-COME1LANGUAGE1TO-DEVELOP1B
l
m[MG]kanndannkommtsprachentwicklung
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   If they have an emergency, they are still able to communicate in sign language.
rIF-OR-WHEN1ADISTRESS1CAN1$INDEX1PRESENT-OR-HERE1*TO-SIGN1A*
l
mwennnotfallkannda[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Many parents believe that once their child can sign that it will only focus on it and just use that.
rPARENTS1APICTURE4*TO-THINK1BCAN1I1TO-SIGN1A$INDEX1
l
melternbilddenkekanngebärden
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   And through contact with them, one can cultivate the contact with their families.
rPERSON1^CAN1CONTACT2A$INDEX1*
l
mkannkontakt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   Maybe it was a contract killing.
rASSIGNMENT1B*MURDER2*TO-PAY1CAN1
l
mauftragskillerbezahlenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   I can imagine, that the whole thing of a secret operation is just a theory and not true after all.
r$ORAL^I1CAN1IMAGINATION1A*$INDEX1GROUP1B*
l
maberkannvorstellen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   He can tell about it in front of the camera real quick.
rCAMERA1*CAN2B*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1
l
mkannunterhaltenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He can sign, although he is hearing.
r$INDEX1*CAN1BIT2A*TO-SIGN1EHEARING1A*
l
mkannhörend
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Exactly, it‘s great if you still see something as a visually impaired person.
rEYE1*WHEELCHAIR2E^GOOD1CAN1EYE1*TO-LOOK-AT1*OKAY2
l
mkannokay
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Maybe you are right.
r$GEST-AGREEMENT1^CAN1RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B
l
mstimmt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Can you imagine committing suicide?
rSELF1A*CAN1SUICIDE2
l
mselbstkannselbstmord
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It can get really bad when the water rises until it reaches the house.
rTO-BE-ANNOYED2HIGH1^*WHERE-FROM1^*CAN1
l
märgerwasser
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   If something really happens, do I say then, “One moment, please, I've made a plan and I know now what to do”?
rPLAN2$GEST-NM^
lSTOP1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A*CAN1I1TO-LIST1C
mplan[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   The ice is melting there until it's all gone.
rTO-MELT1A*$INDEX1CAN1$GEST^
l
mschmelzen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Even until/ The water is supposed to be able to reach Frankfurt.
r
lCAN1UNTIL1*CAN1UNTIL1
mkannbis
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Even until/ The water is supposed to be able to reach Frankfurt.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:6dMETRE1
lCAN1UNTIL1*CAN1UNTIL1
mkannbissechsmeter
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   It can get quite dangerous.
r
l$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1DANGEROUS1B*TO-CORRODE2^*CAN1$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1
m[MG][MG]kann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   Right, those could be wires after all.
rCABLE5*
lCAN1
mkabel
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   Exactly, the risk of an accident would have been very high.
rHIGH4ARISK6ACCIDENT2ACAN1
lCAR-TO-STOP2
mhohesrisikounfallkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   My driving instructor was really awesome, concerning the driving lessons. I am very grateful for him, because I was able to lip read really well off him.
rON-PERSON1CAR-DRIVING2I1*
lCAN1TO-LOVE-STH1*TO-READ-OFF1*TO-LOVE-STH1
mauffahren[MG]ablesen[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I don't know what the department will look like in the future, because it is getting smaller and smaller right now.
r$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^I1$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*
lCAN1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A*FUTURE1A
m[MG]ichkann nichtwissenzukunft
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Well, that's great that you can cook and bake.
rTO-COOK3A*TO-BAKE3A*
lGOOD1YOU1*CAN1CAN1
mgutdukannkochenkannbacken
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Well, that's great that you can cook and bake.
rTO-COOK3A*TO-BAKE3A*
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mdukannkochenkannbacken
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I can prepare salads.
rSALAD1*
lONLY2A*I1CAN1I1
mnursalatkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   And of course I said yes.
rI1*
lCAN1I1
m[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I don't know, if I will move up the ladder there in the future but that wouldn't be too bad, I could/
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^I1BAD3A*CAN1I1CAN1I1
l
mnicht schlimmkannkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I don't know, if I will move up the ladder there in the future but that wouldn't be too bad, I could/
rBAD3A*CAN1I1CAN1I1CAN1
l
mkannkannkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I can only suggest you to employ two to three people so that you aren't alone.
rI1*CAN1YOU1*SUGGESTION1A*YOU1^*
l
mkannduvorschlag
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I don't know, if I will move up the ladder there in the future but that wouldn't be too bad, I could/
rI1CAN1I1CAN1
l
mkannkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I can only suggest you to employ two to three people so that you aren't alone.
rYOU1*SUGGESTION1A*YOU1^*CAN1TO-SEARCH1*$NUM-ORDINAL1:2$NUM-ORDINAL1:3d
l
mduvorschlagkannsuchenzweidrei
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   He also said that I could ask one more person.
r$INDEX1$NUM-ORDINAL1:2*TO-PUT-FROM-TO1A^*CAN1I1*
l
mzweiterkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   You could go there as well!
r
lCAN1TO-GO-THERE1$GEST-AGREEMENT1^
mkannkommenja
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   First of all, it is important that one knows how to swim.
rFIRST-TIME3AIMPORTANT1*TO-SWIM1*CAN1
l
merstmalwichtigschwimmenkönnen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But you could also teach sign language to a hearing child.
r$GEST-OFF^*YOU1*CAN1ALSO1ACHILD1*HEARING1A*
l
mauchkannauchkindhör{end}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Of course I can teach that.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^*$INDEX1*CAN1*CAN1I1FEELING3*ENLIGHTENMENT3*
l
mkann ja
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   So, I’m asking myself: can we just play God, are we allowed to?
rFEELING3*QUESTION1*CAN1ALLOWED2A*WE1AALLOWED2A*
l
mfra{ge}kanndarf
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But the question is - can we play god?
rBUT1QUESTION1*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*CAN1WE1A$GEST-OFF^*ALREADY1A*
l
maberfragekönnenwirschon
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   He can sign.
r$INDEX1CAN2BTO-SIGN1A*CAN1
l
mkannkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I always tell them that he can sign.
rTO-LET-KNOW1A*$GEST-ATTENTION1^*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1$GEST-OFF^*
l
m[MG]kann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Whether a child enjoys learning to sign also depends on the parents and whether they sign or not.
rI1$INDEX1TO-SIGN1A*CAN1I1GLADLY1TO-SIGN1A*
l
mkannichgern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   Or it could be a symbol to indicate that playing music is prohibited.
r$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1CAN1SYMBOL2A$INDEX1*MUSIC1*
l
moderkannsymbolmusik
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   I don't remember exactly, but at this time I realized something like that can happen to anyone.
r$INDEX1I1*$INDEX1CAN1EVERYONE1AIT-HAPPENS1^*
l
mkannjedempassieren
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   Back at that Sign Language Festival, the deaf could show well how sign language can be used for different purposes.
rTO-SIGN1A*TO-SHOW1ATO-SIGN1ATO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH1
lDEAF1ACAN1BEAUTIFUL1A
mzeigengehörloskönnenschöngebärdenbenutzen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   They also offered sign language classes to ensure their financial security.
rTO-TEACH1*TO-CONDUCT1*TO-MIX2CAN1TO-LIVE1G*TO-DEVELOP1A$INDEX1
l
mmischenkannleben[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   Art and culture is just as important, it creates a more accepting mindset in society.
rART4ACULTURE1A*IMPORTANT1CAN1SOCIETY-OR-CORPORATION2TO-ACCEPT1*BETTER1*
l
mkunstkulturwichtigkanngesellschaftakzeptierenbesser
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   Maybe if you adjust the height of the chair, it would be more comfortable for you. I feel like I am constantly rolling to the front as well.
rCAN1HIGH7*WELL1I2
l
mkannhochwohl
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I could/ The problem is that there are so many options.
rGLADLY1CAN1BUT1*PROBLEM1*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
l
mgernkannab{er}prob{lem}zu viel
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Does that mean the parents can decide for themselves which school to send their child to?
rMEANING1*PARENTS1BSELF1A*CAN1TO-DECIDE1BTO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1*
l
mel{tern}selbstkannentsch{eiden}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   But all hearing people can learn how to sign!”
rCAN1*TO-LEARN1TO-SIGN1E*CAN1$GEST-OFF^
l
mkannlernenkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   If the deaf students are behind, the educator has to be sensitive.
rDEFICIT1LIKE3A*FEELING3^*CAN1AIM2^*
l
m[MG]wie[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Together, it slowly developed and later it became clear that we can do it.
rPROCEEDING2^I1LATER3*CAN1
l
mspäter
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   The Reeperbahn has become more professional, now a man has to pay at least 200 euros to get a woman; it is something for wealthy men nowadays.
rOFF2$NUM-HUNDREDS1:2
lOFF2$NUM-HUNDREDS1:2MAN1*CAN1RICH3
mabzweihundertmannkann[MG]abzweihundert
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   It is quite diverse.
rALTERNATION1*
lI1CAN1RICH3$INDEX1
mabwechs{lungs}reich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   They can save people with the worst of burns.
rBAD3DBURN1$INDEX1CAN1RESCUE1
l
mschlimmsteverbranntkannrette
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   You can’t say anything about it, but I can.
rCAN1*TO-SAY1I1CAN1
l
mkann nichtichkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I might switch careers in the future and work closer with deaf people.
rDEAF1B^DEVIATION3^$GEST^CAN1
l
mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I can imagine switching careers and getting into something that has something to do with the Deaf world. I'd like to work there.
rI1*TO-CHANGE2C^PROFESSION1BCAN1FOR1*DEAF1B^*ALL2C^*
l
m[MG]berufkannfür[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   You are able to do anything there. It's awesome.
rI2SPORTS1*CAN1EVERYTHING1A*GOOD4^*$INDEX1
l
msportkannalles??
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   Even though we slowed down a bit.
rMUST1CAN1SLOW1*
l
mobw{ohl}kannlangsam
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   A kangaroo is able to jump up to ten meters.
r$INDEX1*KANGAROO1TO-JUMP2*CAN1UNTIL1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10$ALPHA1:M*
l
mkänguru[MG]kannbiszehnmeter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   Yes, they are able to jump ten to twelve meters far.
rUNTIL1$NUM-TEEN1:2d*$ALPHA1:MCAN1
l
mbiszwölfmeterkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   I can’t tell yet whether the two of them also want to become interpreters.
rINTERPRETER3B*I1TODAY1CAN1NOT3A*TO-SAY1I2*
l
mdolmetscherheutekannnichtsagen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   One can decide that individually because everyone has their own style that they feel comfortable in.
rCAN1ALSO1ATO-DECIDE1BHIS-HER1*
l
mkannauchentscheiden
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   And you have to complete countless categories.
rTO-LIST1A$INDEX1CAN1
l
m[MG]kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Or you can become an actress.
rOR5$INDEX1CAN1TO-RISE2*ACTOR1
l
moderkannschauspieler
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   You could say that the first two pageants aren’t really that challenging.
r$LIST-TOGETHER2:2:1-2of4*CAN1TO-SAY1NO-CONTENT1*
l
mkannsagenleer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Whenever I don‘t understand something, I would like to just ask her to quickly describe or rather explain it to me.
rTO-WISH1B*QUESTION1*$INDEX1CAN1PLEASE1B*HALF1BDESCRIPTION1B
l
mwünschfrag[MG]kannhörenhalbbeschreiben
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I can tell her about my question. Maybe I’m successful and she’ll describe a sentence to me.
rTO-GET-STH-DONE1ADESCRIPTION1B
lON-PERSON1*CAN1
merledigtbeschreibkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   With the CI she can also talk on the phone, but only to a few specific people.
rCI1^MEANING1^PHONE1B^CAN1$GEST-OFF^ONLY2ACERTAIN1
l
manrufenkannnurbestimm
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   She can call her mother.
rMOTHER5TO-RING-UP1CAN1
l
mmutterkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   She can call her sister.
rSISTER1ACAN1
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mschwesterkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   It’s alright by me.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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michkannichkann[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   It’s alright by me.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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mkannichkann[MG]ich kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   It’s alright by me.
r
lI1*CAN1HOW-QUESTION1*CAN1
michkann[MG]ich kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I can buy spaghetti.
rI1NOODLES1A*CAN1I1
l
mspaghetti
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I do eat them.
rI1*CAN1TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1
l
mdoch dochkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Yes, from one freezer it’s immediately put into the next one.
rTO-BE-ON-THE-MOVE1CAN1REFRIGERATOR2TO-FREEZE1*NO3B^*
l
munterwegskanneinfroren
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   You can do that.
rCAN1$INDEX1$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
l
mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Can we walk around the city for a bit?
r$INDEX1*MIDDLE2A*CAN1CITY2
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   He only eats corn and peas.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   He only eats corn and peas.
r$GEST-OFF^*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I eat broccoli, too, that’s no problem.
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mbrokkolikein prob{lem}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Oh, I can do that.
rCAN1QUOTATION-MARKS1^*CAN2A*
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mkannkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   That’s okay with me.
rI1CAN1
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michkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I just remembered, we could also take some fat.
rSUDDENLY-COMING-INTO-ONES-MIND1CAN1$GEST-OFF^*FAT1*YES1A
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machfettja
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   If he says no, I can bring mine.
rYOU1I1TO-BRING-ALONG2*CAN1I1*$GEST-OFF^*
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michmitbringenkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I’ll only throw myself into the snow in an emergency, not in any other case.
rDISTRESS1TO-BE-IN-THE-HOT-SEAT2*I1*CAN1TO-LIE-OR-TO-LAY2^OTHERWISE1NO1A
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mnotfallichkann[MG]sonst[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   We can all go to the sauna, wrapped up in towels.
rSAUNA2*GROUP1A*$PROD
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   But everyone who wants to can go in naked.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Can #Name1 deal with it?
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Isn’t that prohibited?
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   One can slide down.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   But now, a theatre will be opened; that could be built.
r$INDEX1THEATRE6*OPEN1CAN1BUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1$INDEX1
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mtheateraufkannbauen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   Maybe the moderator can support you financially.
rMAYBE1*CAN1SUPPORT-ASL1*$GEST-OFF^
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mvielleichtkann[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   For instance you can see the difference between an organic and an organic tomato/
rYOU1*EXAMPLE1CAN1TO-SEE1YOU1*TOMATO2A
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mbeispielkannsehentomate
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   “Well, just strange. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but you’re a bit weird.”
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Can you play all four disciplines?
r$ORAL^EVERYTHING1A
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mauchkannalles
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   I didn't want to do it in the beginning because I can't fingerspell.
rREASON4ACAN1*$GEST-OFF^
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   One can also get help straight away via the phone as well.
rIMMEDIATELY2BTO-HELP5CAN2A*CAN1
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msoforthilftkannkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   The owner had always really liked fragrances.
r$ORAL^SELF1A*CAN1THROUGH2A*SELF1A*OCCUPIED-OR-OWNED1A
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maberselbstkanndurchselberbesitz
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   I already knew how to do that though, I mean reading. I learned to read at age three.
rOLD8BALREADY1B*TO-READ-BOOK1E*CAN1$GEST-OFF^
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maltscho{n} leskann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   It‘s just like a video conference where you see several people at once.
rTRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3^*$INDEX1TEAM-OR-CREW1^CAN1$PROD$GEST-OFF^*
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mkann[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   You can even use it without an internet connection.
rBUT1CAN1ASIDE1AUNDER1A^TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3^*
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mkann[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I‘m not so sure about Skype, with ooVoo, however, you‘re able to exchange stories.
rI1OOVOO3TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BCAN1TO-REPLACE1SOURCE-TO-EMANATE1^*
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moovooweißkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   ooVoo/ Right. I‘m not sure whether it‘s possible with Skype, but with ooVoo you can hold video conferences.
rOOVOO3*$INDEX1CAN1$GEST-OFF^VIDEO1TO-REPLACE1
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   But they are all next to each other, and you can talk to each and every one of them at once.
r$GEST-OFF^*$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^*CAN1TO-SIGN1G$GEST-OFF^*
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mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Some deaf people, um, are administration employees.
r$INDEX1CAN1PERSON1DEAF1A$INDEX1
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mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   You can, of course, visit our online presence sometime.
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minternetseitekannsehen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They are able to handle money.
rMONEY1A*TO-AVOID1EXIT1^CAN1
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mwie geldumgehenkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   The job assistant is able to help me, can tell me I forgot to sign something and so on.
r$INDEX1CAN1$INDEX1COMMUNICATION1A*ASSISTANCE1*
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mkannkom{munikations}as{sistent}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   So, for example, the communication assistant could do something for me.
rTRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION2^*CAN1*FOR1*CAN1$INDEX1
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mkannfürkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Some are just keen on the money, you never know.
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mgeldkannwahr
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   It's important for interpreting to have experience, to really have experienced it yourself.
rCAN1TO-TRANSLATE3IMPORTANT1*EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE1B*
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mkannwichtigerfahrung
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   She signed a little.
rTO-SIGN1A*$INDEX1*$INDEX1CAN1$INDEX1*TO-SIGN1A*BIT2A*
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mkanngebärden
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   Can you go for a walk by yourself?
r$GEST^CAN1YOU1ALONE7TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK1*
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mkannallein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   They can hear and know sign language.
r$INDEX1HEARING1A*TO-SIGN1ACAN1
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mhörendkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   That’s possible. Many deaf parents have hearing children who know sign language.
rCAN1VERY1^ALL2APARENTS4*
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mkannvielalleeltern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   They suggested going to Leipzig and becoming an architectural draftswoman.
rYOU1*LIKE-THIS4*LIKE-THIS4*CAN1$INDEX1SIGN-OR-DRAWING1^IN1*
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mduso so so so soso so sokannbauzeichnerin
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   So, I asked my boss if I could drive home with my deaf colleague.
rSOLIDARY1A^*
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   After some time I had the idea to ask my husband whether he wanted to be on the bowling club’s board.
rHUSBAND1TO-LET-KNOW1AYOU1*CAN1$INDEX1MANAGEMENT3*YOU1*
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mmanndukannvorstand
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I thought that he could just switch to bowling.
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mkannbowling
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The educators didn’t really scold the children, that is not their responsibility, it is the parents’ responsibility.
r$GEST-OFF^*$INDEX1CAN1EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING4*TO-RANT3ARESPONSIBILITY1*
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mkannerz{ieher}[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   Fo some the company covers it, others do it differently.
rCAN2BCOMPANY1ATO-PAY5CAN1NOT3ADISTINCT1
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mkannfirmakannnicht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   You can observe this procedure through a window.
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mkannglas
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   They told me that if orders for the company should increase, I could keep my job nevertheless.
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mwennvieleauftragkannichweiter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   You could show me around Halle.
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mhalleka{nn}halle
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   You could show me around Halle.
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mhallekannfürhalle
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Yes, I could give you the Halloren tour at some point.
r$ALPHA1:H-A-O-R$GEST-AGREEMENT1^CAN1TO-LEAD1A
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mhal{loren}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   We were able to be silly.
rCAN1FOOLISH1$MORPH-NESS1BTO-MAKE1
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mkanndummheitmachen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   You were able to go to the movies, take a trip during your leisure time and come back home late at night.
rCAN1OFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1CCINEMA2AAWAY1
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mkannkino[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Being released made it much easier to get to know other people.
r$INDEX1AGREED1^MORE1CAN1MUCH-OR-MANY1A*TO-GET-TO-KNOW1$INDEX1
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mfreistellungmehrkannvielkennenlernen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   You could be out and about or travel; there were so many possibilities.
rATTENTION1A^*CAN1TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK1AWAY1POSSIBLE1*
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mfo{rt}möglichkeit
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   He could sign; that caught me by surprise.
rCAN1TO-SIGN4I1$GEST-NM^
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mkann[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   We went on many trips together.
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m[MG]vielkannausflug[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   They said we shouldn‘t be together because my parents were deaf as well, and that our children would be deaf as a result.
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msollnichtzusammenkannbei mireltern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Being deaf isn‘t bad at all. The main thing is to be able to see, that‘s how I perceive it.
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mkannsehenalsblind
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I‘m able to be independent and travel.
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mkannselbstständig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Obviously, ever since I shifted from the oral method towards using sign language, I can only advocate life with sign language.
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mgebärdensprachekannnuralle
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   It is much easier to communicate in sign language; no problems with that.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1BMORE1RESCUE1CAN1TO-UNDERSTAND1*COMMUNICATION1APROBLEM1
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mge{bärden}spra{che}mehrkannverstehen[MG]problem
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   They spoke and gesticulated a bit, but they always spoke slowly so that I was able to read their lips.
rCAN1*GOOD1MOUTH1A*CAN1$GEST-OFF^
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mkanngutmundablesenkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   I was able to buy a car.
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mkannautokaufen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   He said I could drive to Magdeburg with it and there I should bring it to the repair shop.
r$INDEX1*TO-SAY1$INDEX1CAN1UNTIL1OUTDOORS2^MAGDEBURG1*
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mersagenkannbisnachmagdeburg
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Today, I can watch the match.
rTODAY1*CAN1TO-SEE1*TODAY1$GEST-OFF^*
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mheutekannheute
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   They could use their last chance to get to the top.
r$INDEX1*CAN1MAYBE3LAST1C*CHANCE1
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mkannvielleichtletztechance
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   It’s the same with registration; one can do that.
rYOU1EQUAL8MESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1CAN1
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mgleichanmeldenkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   I can only talk about the things I remember.
rI1CAN1ONLY2A*TO-TELL4WHAT1B*
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michkannnur[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It was easier to understand all the other people, but talking to Japanese people was a bit more difficult. That was interesting.
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m[MG]miteinflussjapan
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   You can imagine that they select them, so that they can take part in our theatre play.
r$INDEX1IMAGINATION1B$INDEX1CAN1TO-TAKE2THEATRE6*TO-JOIN1A*
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mvorstellentheater
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   You can cherry-pick the actors.
rTO-TAKE2CAN1$GEST-OFF^$ORAL^
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m[MG]kannstimmt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I can do it.
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mnurkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   Can you do that?
rTO-DESTROY1CAN1*TO-DESTROY1CAN1
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m[MG]kann kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   You can walk up the stairs inside, just like in a museum, and look at everything.
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mselbemuseum[MG]kannschau
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   Yes, you can go to the cinema or the park.
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mkino[MG]parkkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   You can ride your bike.
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mkannfahrrad
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Were your parents able to visit you?
rPARENTS1ATO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1ACAN1
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melternbesuchen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   You sign, quickly hold you hands in the water to cool down, and then you can go on signing.
rCAN2AFURTHER1A*TO-SIGN1ECAN1
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mkannweiterkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But spending nine months or a year abroad, after finishing university or sometime in between, that’s really nice.
rCAN1YOU1*TO-STUDY1*DONE1A
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mkannstudiumfertig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Four weeks would be possible, or six, eight, but the longer the better.
r$NUM-WEEK-AFTER-NOW1:4*CAN1APPROXIMATELY1^$NUM-WEEK-AFTER-NOW1:6d*$NUM-WEEK-AFTER-NOW1:8d*
l
mvier wochenkannsechs wochen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   But it’s interesting that both sides communicate in German Sign Language.
rTO-SIGN1G*$GEST-OFF^
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msprache[MG]kann[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   One person protesting isn’t enough; everybody has to do it.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   There was quite the possibility that someone had taken something out.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   For instance, if a small child gets a CI, but learns sign language simultaneously, there's the chance to connect to the deaf community also.
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mkleinkannkannzusammen[MG]hö{rend}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   And I think the language will remain if we get along well because of it.
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mkannbleiben
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   They can talk and sign.
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msprechenkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   It's a fit if you can use the phone.
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mkanntelefonpasst passt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   They know how.
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mkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   And I’m by myself and able to pay for my vacation, not many can do that.
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murlaubkannleisten
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   I like Taiwanese food, I could’ve eaten everything over there.
rEVERYTHING1A*I2*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2CAN1
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mallesessenkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   There are people with thick skin or a soft heart, I can understand that.
rTHERE-IS2COURAGE4SOFT-HEART1CAN1TO-UNDERSTAND1*I2*
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mgibtmutigweichkannversteh
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   I needed proof to be able to argue everything well in Münster.
rI2*PROOF1CAN1TO-SAY1^*DONE4$GEST-OFF^
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michbeweiskannanspruchsvoll
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   But I can understand that, I just have to give them more input then.
rCAN1TO-UNDERSTAND1*I2MUST1*
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mkannverstehmuss
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   Then you’ll just work until retirement and then go join the regional association.
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mbi{s}rentelandesverband
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   That's possible.
rCAN1TO-SAY1*
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mkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   Us children were dressed. Well, I was the oldest; I could get dressed by myself.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   Miss #Name1 also knew how to sign.
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mfräu{lein}??kann[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   When I look at the moon, I cannot see what's behind.
rI1TO-SEE1*CAN1ROUND-THE-CORNER1^
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mwenn ichsehenkannnicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I can deal with the quiet.
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mruhekann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   There, she asked the parents what they thought of ‘sign language’ as a topic for their children's preparation class.
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m[MG][MG]vorstellkannkommunion[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   She then proceeded to ask me whether I would support it.
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m[MG]unt{erstützen}aufkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   I said, “Yes, all right. I'll gladly do it.”
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m[MG][MG]kannunterstützen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   He came up to me, and he was able to sign!
r$INDEX1*SELF1A*SIGN-LANGUAGE1BCAN1$INDEX1*
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mgebärdensprachekann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   That's why he can sign.
r$INDEX1*TO-SIGN1GPRESENT-OR-HERE1*CAN1$INDEX1*
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mkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   Yes, that's possible.
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l
mkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Now I could take the child with me to America.
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l
mkannkindmitnehmenamerika
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   I realized that deaf people could play theater as well as hearing people do.
rTO-COMPREHEND1DEAF1ACAN1ALSO1A$GEST-OFF^THEATRE2*
l
mkannauchtheater
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   From TV.
rCAN1THROUGH2ASOURCE-TO-EMANATE1^*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mdurchfernsehen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   You should be able to hear if hair is growing.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*HAIR2TO-GROW3*CAN1TO-HEAR1*
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mwennhaarwachsenkannhören
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   You can't tell, yet.
r
lI2CAN1NOT-YET2*TO-SAY1$INDEX1
mkannnoch nichtsagen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   The child then said: “Oh, you can get married.”
rCAN1TO-MARRY3A*YES1A
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mheiraten
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Other students asked if I was able to get a driver's license or could hear.
r$GEST-OFF^*QUESTION1*$GEST-OFF^*CAN1TO-HEAR1*I2
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mkannhören
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   In the English garden, one can go surfing in the Eisbach [lit.: ice brook; man-made river]. That’s really famous.
rENGLAND4*GARDEN2*CAN1TO-SURF1*$INDEX1WELL-KNOWN1A
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menglischgartenkannsurfenbekannt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   Always being afraid of what other countries might say about it, that it might start another war or whatever.
r$GEST-OFF^*LIKE-THIS1A*CAN1ONCE-MORE1A*TO-SHOOT1B^*OR1*
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msokannwiederkriegoder
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   There is a different reason for every situation. The baby has the possibility to show all of those different needs without words.
rTO-LIST1ACAN1TO-BETRAY1AWITHOUT1WORD3
l
m[MG]kannverratenohnewort
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   I can imagine that if he had talked to his mother about his deepest feelings and wanting to shoot his teachers, she would have been more open would have listened to him.
rOPEN1IMAGINATION1A$GEST^CAN1
l
moffenvorstellenkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   But you can detect it.
rCAN1TO-GRAB1A^
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mkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Everyone can see right through your facade.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dBEAUTIFUL1AALL1ACAN1TO-FIND1D$GEST^
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mzweiallekannfinden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Others can see right through the facade.
r$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^CAN1TO-FIND1D$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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mkannfinden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   I wouldn't do that, I'd tell them to take the next day off.
rNOT3BTO-LET1^*CAN1TIME1TOMORROW1BFREE1
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m[MG][MG]kann[MG]morgenfrei
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   That way the children had a place to meet other deaf people.
rLOCATION3FOR1DEAF1ACAN1AIM2^CONTACT2A*
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mortfürkannkontakt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I would have loved to help him.
rI1CAN1TO-HELP1$GEST-OFF^
l
mkannauch helfen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   That happens as well.
rCAN1IT-HAPPENS5*
l
mkannpassieren
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Take yoga for example: deaf people can't do that.
rYOGA1CAN1*DEAF1ACAN1PROBLEM2B$GEST-OFF^$GEST^
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myoga[MG][MG]problem
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   And my colleagues aren't able to understand anything of it.
rTO-UNDERSTAND1ALL2AI1CAN1TO-UNDERSTAND1*$INDEX1$GEST^*
l
malleverstehenkannverstehen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   She showed me that deaf people were able to do the same things as hearing people and that deaf people are coequal with hearing people.
rCOHERENCE3*TO-SHOW1A*DEAF1A*CAN1ALSO1A*DEAF1AHEARING1A
l
mkannauchhörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   People were able to attend the guided tour in Fürstenfeldbruck or in Dachau.
r$INDEX1CAN1GROUP1A*CITY2TO-GO-THERE2*
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mstadtführung
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The school was right next door, so we kindergarteners were able to copy a bit from the signing students.
rCAN2B*BIT4*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1
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mkannbisschen bisschenkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I said that I have a bit of residual hearing and that it helps me to communicate, as long as people address me directly.
rHEARING1A*I1COMMUNICATION1A*CAN1MUST1*PERSON1TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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mhörenkommunikationkannmusspersönlich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   We talked for a bit and I could demonstrate that I’m able to speak.
rTO-SAY1*TALK3*YOU1CAN1TO-SPEAK5A*I2RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
l
mdukannsprechenstimmt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The hearing people asked me whether I noticed them knocking on my door.
rTO-TYPE2HEARING1A*YOU1*CAN1HEARING1A*TO-KNOCK2*
l
mhörenddukannhören
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The hearing people were surprised I could do that.
rTO-SAY1*CAN1$INDEX1THERE-IS3*THERE-IS4*
l
msa{gen}kann kanngibt so
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I would watch closely and really take in how everything works.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^*TO-LOOK-AT2*OFF6*CAN1TO-MEMORISE1*MATERIAL2A^*$INDEX1
l
mab ab ab ab abmaterial
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Everyone knew that I was pretty athletic.
rI1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BCAN1EVERYTHING2*DIVERSITY1*CAN1
l
mweißkannalle[MG]kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Everyone knew that I was pretty athletic.
rCAN1EVERYTHING2*DIVERSITY1*CAN1
l
mkannalle[MG]kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   She was also in retraining, and she could sign.
rTO-CHANGE1A*CAN2ATO-SIGN1ACAN1$INDEX1CAN1*TO-SIGN1A
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mkanngebärdenkannkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Because of my success, they will be able to accept more and more deaf people into their school in the future.
rTHEN1ADEAF1A*TO-PUT-FROM-TO1A^*CAN1$INDEX1
l
mdannkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Many ask me why I even wear that tag, but in the end I also want to show what I’m capable of.
rTO-LIKE4ALSO1ATO-SHOW1ACAN1$PROD
l
mmöchteauchzeigenkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   It hosts a great and interesting museum about how life was in the past.
r$INDEX1FOR1MUSEUM1*CAN1AREA1A^WHAT1A^*MUCH-OR-MANY5
l
mmuseumkannviel
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You can choose where you want to go.
rCAN1$INDEX1TO-WISH2A*$INDEX1
l
mkann[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But don’t they know sign language?
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1B
lCAN1ALSO1A*CAN1*
mkannauchgebärdensprachekann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   It's a matter of saving time.
rTIME5A*EASY-OR-LIGHT1$GEST-OFF^
lCAN1
mkannzeitleicht
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   And if they want to learn sign language, you can offer it.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1BCAN1*
l$INDEX1TO-WISH1BCAN1TO-LEARN3*
mwennwünschka{nn}lernengebärdensprachekann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   A hearing guy watched us.
r$INDEX1HEARING1A*CAN1TO-LOOK2*$GEST-NM^
l
mhörenkannschauen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   He thought it was interesting that I knew sign language.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1B
l$INDEX1QUESTION1*CAN1
m[MG]fragtkanngebärdensprache
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But CI and sign language aren’t contradictory.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1B
lCI1WITH1ACAN1ALSO1A*
mc-imitkannau{ch}gebärdensprache
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Long hair can hide it, but it’s a problem with short hair.
rTO-HIDE1A*$ORAL^
lHAIR-LONG1CAN1*CAN1NOT3ATO-SEE1
mlangkannver{stecken}kannnichtsehenwenn
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   In Lewitz, where you can go fishing, you can also buy many different fish.
rFISH1*DISTINCT2B*TO-BUY1A*
lCAN1$GEST-OFF^*
mfischverschiedenkaufenkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Right, the tests show that they can hear really well.
rTEST1VERY6*TO-HEAR1CAN1$GEST-OFF^
l$INDEX1
mtest[MG]hörenkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You could imagine pieces of a broken window being stuck in the implant.
rEVALUATION1^BROKEN4*DIFFERENT1^$PROD
lCAN1
mka{putt}[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You can speak when you have a CI, but knowing how to sign should still be preserved.
rCI1$INDEX1*TO-SPEAK5A*CAN1BUT1*DGS1*TO-STAY3
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mc-i[MG][MG]kannd-g-sbleib
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Communication is often complicated, of course.
rSAME2A*COMMUNICATION1A$GEST-OFF^HEAVY1B*
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mmitselbekommu{nikation}kann[MG]schwerklar
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   There is a viewing platform on the top of the building. The people standing there had to witness the plane crashing into the tower just beneath them.
rABOVE2*CAN1$INDEX1*ABOVE1*ROUND3A^*
l
mkannoben
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   The others could have gone to a school for the hard of hearing in Ludwigslust. Yet, they were sent to Güstrow, as well.
r$LIST1:3of3dCAN1LUDWIGSLUST1HARD-OF-HEARING1*AIM2^
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mkannludwigslustschw{erhörig}
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   If there’s a problem, yes, the interpreter immediately calls someone.
rCAN1IF-OR-WHEN1A*PROBLEM1*
l$INDEX1
mkannwennproblem
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   If there’s a problem, yes, the interpreter immediately calls someone.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*PROBLEM1*CAN1TO-SAY1CAN1
l$INDEX1$INDEX1
mwennproblemkannsag
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   If there’s a problem, yes, the interpreter immediately calls someone.
rCAN1TO-SAY1CAN1TO-RING-UP1*YES1A
l$INDEX1CAN1
mkannsaganrufjakann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   If there’s a problem, yes, the interpreter immediately calls someone.
rCAN1TO-RING-UP1*YES1A
lCAN1
manrufjakann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   You can do it privately.
rCAN1YOU1CAN1PRIVATE1A*
l
mkanndukannprivat
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   You can do it privately.
rCAN1YOU1CAN1PRIVATE1A*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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mkanndukannprivat
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   You can call when you have problems with a letter, for example, and then get an answer.
r$INDEX1$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^CAN1$GEST-OFF^TO-RING-UP1*
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m[MG]kannproblem
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   It was because when I was still young, the educators and teachers realised that I might actually be able to learn it.
rALREADY1A$INDEX1
lTO-MEMORISE1$INDEX1CAN1
mschongemer{kt}kann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   But with some people, I could communicate well. That made me feel relieved.
r$ORAL^DIFFERENCE1A^PERSON1*CAN1$INDEX1TALK2C*I2*
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maber[MG] verschiedenepersonenkonn[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   They rejected it because I was supposedly still able to work six or five hours a day.
rTO-REJECT2I1CAN1AT-MOST1*HOUR2B*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5
l
mabichkönntehöchstenssechs stundefünf stunde
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   Oh yes, you can go outside and go for a swim in the pool then.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^CAN1OUTDOORS3TO-SWIM1*CAR-DRIVING2
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mkann[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I started looking and at some point someone told me I could go to Heidelberg to educate myself further, sort of like college classes.
rI2*TO-SEARCH1*TO-COME1*CAN1FURTHER1AEDUCATION1*TO-JOIN1A*
l
m[MG]kannweiterausbildung
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   You could/
rCAN1CAN1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
l
mkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   But they’re not broken, just old, one can keep storing them.
rTO-HOLD-PAPER1ABROKEN4$GEST^CAN1DOCUMENTS-OR-PAD1*$GEST-DECLINE1^
l
maberkaputt[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   It was my daughter's idea to found a swimming club as an exception.
rMY1*DAUGHTER1*CAN1TO-SWIM1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B$INDEX1
l
mtochterkannschwimmen[MG]bayreuth
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   You can also act in theater plays using sign language.
rTHROUGH2BSIGN-LANGUAGE1BCAN1THEATRE6
l
mdurchgebärdensprachekanntheater
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Let me ask you a question: Can you imagine traveling through Europe, and people using the same sign language everywhere?
rQUESTION1YOU1IMAGINATION1A*CAN1EUROPE1AUNIFORM-$CANDIDATE-NUE35^EQUAL8*
l
mfragevorstellenkanneuropa
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Everyone needs to stick to the bailout plan now. But can the poor countries afford it and save up?
rCAN1*PERFORMANCE1TO-SAVE3CAN1
l
mkannleistensparen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   When switching to English they should also switch to BSL immediately.
rCAN1$GEST-OFF^BSL1ENGLAND2*
l
mkannb-s-lenglisch
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If new employees gave me documents in English and I couldn’t read them, I’d need to find someone to explain it to me in German.
rENGLAND2*I1$INDEX1*CAN1TO-READ1C*I1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*
l$GEST-OFF^*
menglischkann nichtbesuchen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   In the job area, specifically the economy, it would be possible using English.
rTO-WORK1ECONOMY1ACAN1ENGLAND2*
l
marbeitwirtschaftkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   One colleague from work knew sign language; he could sign.
rPERSON1CAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*CAN1TO-SIGN1ECAN1
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meinkann[MG]kann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   One colleague from work knew sign language; he could sign.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*CAN1TO-SIGN1ECAN1
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meinkann[MG]kann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   He can sign a little, and I can talk to him in case of problems.
rI1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1BOTH1*TO-MEET2B*PROBLEM2B
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mkannproblem
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “I can walk, I can sign, I can play soccer, I can act; I can do so many things.“
rCAN1*I2*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1I1FOOTBALL1BCAN1
l
mkannichkannfußballkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “I can walk, I can sign, I can play soccer, I can act; I can do so many things.“
rCAN1I1FOOTBALL1BCAN1I2*$GEST^THEATRE5*
l
mkannfußballkanntheater
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “I can walk, I can sign, I can play soccer, I can act; I can do so many things.“
rI2*$GEST^THEATRE5*CAN1TO-LIST1B*CAN1I2
l
mtheaterkann[MG]kannich
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “I can walk, I can sign, I can play soccer, I can act; I can do so many things.“
rTHEATRE5*CAN1TO-LIST1B*CAN1I2
l
mtheaterkann[MG]kannich
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “Look, I can work with the computer.”
rTO-SEE1COMPUTER2CAN1
l
mfernsehencomputerkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   A few others, two, three, four of our class knew some ASL, too, so we shared what we knew and talked.
rSCHOOL1D*CLASS9PERSON1*CAN1ASL1TO-SIGN1G*TO-EXCHANGE2
l
mschuleklassekanna-s-l[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “You are deaf and came here?” He asked. “You can come here for vacation? Wow.”
rDEAF1ATO-COME1*YOU1*CAN1I1TO-COME1*VACATION8B*
l
m[MG][MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   We talked, and then I asked him if he could be so kind/
rI1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*PLEASE1BCAN1$INDEX1$GEST^HELP-ASL1*
l
mkann[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   I can bake a cake though, don’t you worry.
rFEAR1
lYOU1*STOP1^GOOD1CAN1
mkeine angstgutkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Some of the deaf people were in contact to hard of hearing students that knew how to sign.
rWITH1AHARD-OF-HEARING1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1$INDEX1*
l
mmitsch{wer}hör{ig}[MG]kann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Hard of hearing and deaf people can approach one another through sign language.
rWITH1ADEAF1ATO-SIGN1GCAN1BIT3*INTEGRATION1BIT3*
l
mmitkannbisschenbisschen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   But she said, “I’m a great signer.“
rI1CAN1GOOD1TO-SIGN1A
l
michkanngutgebärden
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   “I don’t know how to sign“, he said.
rI1CAN1NOT3ATO-SIGN1A
l
michkannnichtgebärden
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   At the Sports Festival, one advantage is the ability to see other matches quickly once you’re done with your own one.
rTIME1*FAST2*TO-GO-THERE1*CAN1TO-LOOK1*$INDEX1
l
m[MG]schnellkannschauen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   So you get this basic tax-free allowance, but you can go to a department and file for an additional children's allowance.
rBUT1*IN-ADDITION1*CAN1TO-GO-THERE1*$GEST-OFF^*$GEST^
lMEASURE1*
maberdazukann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   A euro can be earned on the street with a hat, probably even way more than that.
rLIKE3A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1EURO1CAN1$GEST-OFF^*$GEST^*ON1B*
l
mwieeineurokannwieauf
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It can/
rCAN1
l
mkann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I can communicate in writing and I can do many other things too. I don't fear the communication with hearing people through writing anymore.
rI1CAN2BI1CAN1ALSO1A*OR1*HEARING1A*
l
michkannkannauchoderhörende
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I can do that on my own as a deaf person.
rAND2AI1CAN1SELF1A*DEAF1ASELF1A*
l
mundkannselbstgehörlosselbst
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I don't need an interpreter for simple conversations. I can do that on my own.
rTO-NEED1*WITH1A*I1CAN1ALONE1C*
l
mbrauch nichtmitkann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_03 | 46-60f   You'll just go to the administration and try it there.
rCAN1TO-TRY-OR-REHEARSAL3BTO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*ADMINISTRATION1
l
mkannprobeverwaltung
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_04 | 46-60f   If they worked eight hours a day, they surely could make ten times as many appointments.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10*TIMES3APPOINTMENT1ACAN1$INDEX1
l
mzehnmalterminkann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   It melted and was able to burn a hole into the ground.
rTO-MELT1ACAN1TO-DEVOUR1CHOLE2B^*SOIL1A
l
mschmelzenkannfressenlocherde
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   The fusion can take thousands of years before it stops.
r$INDEX1CAN1$INDEX1TO-MELT1ALONG-TIME1A
l
mkannschmelzendauern
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   When Turkish people come into the Deutsche Bank speaking Turkish, he will talk to them because he can speak and write a bit of Turkish.
r$INDEX1$INDEX1*CAN1TURKEY2BBIT4TO-SPEAK1B*
l$INDEX1
m[MG]kanntürkischbisschensprechen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   You could contact him beforehand and tell him to just take a short break from his retirement, come here and help you.
r$ORAL^CAN1$INDEX1BEFOREHAND1TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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maberkannvorherbescheid
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   You could contact him beforehand and tell him to just take a short break from his retirement, come here and help you.
r$INDEX1SEGMENT2A^TO-COME1*CAN1TO-HELP1
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m[MG]kannhelfen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Well, you could propose that.
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mkannstduantrag
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_05 | 61+m   Impossible. At 70/
rCAN1*$NUM-TENS1:7d*CAN1
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msiebzig
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   Diana even knew sign language.
r$GEST-AGREEMENT1^$ALPHA1:DCROWN1A^*CAN1TO-SIGN1G*
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mdianakann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_07 | 31-45m   She visited deaf people and signed with them.
rTO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND2*TO-SIGN1G*$INDEX1CAN1TO-SIGN1G*
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mbesuchkann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Then, they can hear a little bit better.
rBIT2ATO-HEAR1GOOD1CAN1
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mbisschenhörengutkann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   They can take between 20 and 50 people.
rCAN1APPROXIMATELY3$NUM-TENS2A:2dUNTIL1
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mkann[MG]zwanzigbis
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   You can go visit it.
rCAN1TO-VISIT1HERE1
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mkannbesichtigen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   If I can’t find an interpreter, I might ask a colleague of mine if necessary.
rCAN1YOU1*NOT-ANYMORE1AINTERPRETER1
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mdunichtdolmetscher
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   It was a nurse who knew how to sign. That took me completely by surprise.
r$INDEX1NURSE4SISTER1ACAN1TO-SIGN1A
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mkrankenschwesterkanngebärdensprache
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_08 | 46-60m   Some of my colleagues know how to sign.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN2B*CAN1$GEST-OFF^
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mkann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_01 | 46-60f   I wonder what she would look like today. I'd like to see that.
rON-PERSON1GLADLY1TO-SEE1CAN1I1IMAGINATION1A
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mgernsehenkannmirvorstellen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   But I couldn't speak.
rI1CAN1NOT3ATO-SPEAK1A
l
maberkonntenichtsprechen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   He can speak, but we only use sign language.
rCAN1TO-SPEAK6WE2*TO-MAKE-USE-OF-STH2*
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mkannaber
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_02 | 18-30f   They thought with hearing aids you would be able to understand everything and could use the phone, too.
rHEARING-AID1CAN1CAN2A*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*ALSO1A
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_03 | 31-45m   A hearing person can go to a nightclub or a bar around the corner and talk to other people there.
rHEARING1AAREA1A^*CAN1TO-DANCE5*PRESENT-OR-HERE1CLOSE-BY1A*
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mhörendkanndiscoda[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_04 | 61+f   Swimming, there you go.
rTO-SWIM1*$GEST-OFF^CAN1$GEST-OFF^
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mbadenkann baden
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   I asked the people at school to speak more slowly or to write things down. That went well.
r$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^*TO-WRITE1ECAN1TO-SPEAK1AGOOD1*
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mmanchmalschreibkann[MG]gut
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   We had way too much religious education at school in Heiligenbronn, I think.
rDEAF1ASCHOOL1E*$GEST-OFF^CAN1MUCH-OR-MANY8RELIGION2BTO-LET1^*
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mgehörlosenschulekann manvielreligion
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   I myself would be able to communicate in three languages.
rSELF1AI1^COMPETENCE2CAN1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3dI1
l
mselbstkompe{tent}kanndrei
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Luckily, they knew International Sign, so immediately I felt more comfortable.
rSELF1ACAN1TO-ALTER1INTERNATIONAL1I1
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mselbstkannuminternational
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   The children would have a chance to communicate within the EU.
rAREA1A*TO-SIGN1D*$GEST-OFF^*CAN1$GEST-OFF^*
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m[MG]können[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   Then the Americans could come to us and we could exchange thoughts on the contents of our dictionaries.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1$INDEX1AMERICA1CAN1TO-READ-BOOK1A*WORD2*COPY1A^
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mdaamerikawort
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   If one wants to build one’s career, then one can learn English because then one has the necessary motivation for it.
rPROFESSION1AEDUCATION3ORIENTATION2^CAN1ENGLAND3TO-LEARN3PARALLEL1A^*
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mberuf[MG]kannenglischlernen
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_07 | 46-60m   That way everyone can understand.
rMUST1A^POISE-BODY1^*TO-UNDERSTAND1*CAN1
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mdamitjederverstehenkann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   The teachers at the technical college were all able to sign, too, so it was good there.
r$INDEX1TEACHER3*ALL2ACAN1TO-SIGN1GI2$ALPHA1:B-F-S
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mlehrerallekannbfs
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   The educators could sign well.
rEDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING1ACAN1TO-SIGN1A*
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merzieherkann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_10 | 18-30m   There were short oral exercises but other than that, we were taught using sign language.
rTEACHER2*$INDEX1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1SHORT3ATO-PRACTICE1ORAL1*
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mleh{rer}kannkurzübungoral
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_13 | 31-45f   But what is the content? It's impossible to see what he's best in now.
rCONTENT1WHAT1A*GOOD1CAN1BETTER1THE1$INDEX1
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minhaltwaskann[MG]dasoder das
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   I heard that people with disabilities, which includes deaf people, get paid two-euros an hour.
rEXAMPLE1DEAF1A$INDEX1*CAN1DOUBLE1B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2EURO1
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m[MG]kannzweieuro
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   I can ask again.
r
lI1CAN1ONCE-AGAIN2BQUESTION1*
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_16 | 31-45f   If you are able to pay for it.
rTO-PAY1*
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m[MG]
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   I was really sad, and I cried and screamed a lot.
rSCREAM1A*$LIST1:1of1d*MUCH-OR-MANY1ACAN1
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m[MG]vielkann
Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_18 | 18-30m   How did the communication work out? Did you understand everything well?
rIT-WORKS-OUT1TO-UNDERSTAND1*COMMUNICATION1ACAN1TO-UNDERSTAND1*$INDEX1FULL2A
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mklappt[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Yet, something else that makes me sad is that my parents cannot sign at all.
rNOT3ACAN2BTO-SIGN1ECAN1*
l
mnichtkannkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I'm not able to perceive the world the way a hearing person would, and I cannot communicate well with hearing people. I always encounter difficulties when doing so.
rHEARING1A*I1COMMUNICATION1A*CAN1*BARRIER1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mhörend[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   And if I want to watch a movie or some kind of informational stuff, most programs don't have captions.
rAND2A$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*CAN1*EXAMPLE1*USUAL1*MOVIE1
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mundbeispielnormalfilm
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Yet, there are some that cannot hear anything with the CI.
rTHERE-IS3CI1TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*
l
mc-i
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I really wanted my parents to know sign language.
rPARENTS7CAN2B*TO-SIGN1ECAN1*$INDEX1*
l
melternkannkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I have seen her signing in a video once.
rTO-SEE1VIDEO1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
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mvideokann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Sure! We get to see each other if we coincidentally are at the same party.
rTO-PIERCE1A*TO-CELEBRATE1*TO-COME1CAN1*TO-LOOK-AT1*
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mfeiernkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Back in the 70s, it just wasn't possible under the communist regime. There was nothing you could do about it.
rCOMMUNISM1TIME5A*$GEST-OFF^CAN1*CAN1*CAN1*POSSIBLE1*
l
mkommun{isten}[MG]kannnichtmöglichkeit
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Back in the 70s, it just wasn't possible under the communist regime. There was nothing you could do about it.
rTIME5A*$GEST-OFF^CAN1*CAN1*CAN1*POSSIBLE1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
m[MG]kannnichtmöglichkeit
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Back in the 70s, it just wasn't possible under the communist regime. There was nothing you could do about it.
r$GEST-OFF^CAN1*CAN1*CAN1*POSSIBLE1*$GEST-OFF^*I1
l
m[MG]kannnichtmöglichkeit
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   He told me that those players from Berlin had trouble running for 90 minutes straight.
r$INDEX1$GEST^
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m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Those guys from Berlin just don‘t have enough stamina.
rTO-RUN1$GEST^SELECTION1CCAN1*
l
m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I actually expected Comet to win the German championship.
r$INDEX1GERMAN1*MASTER2D*CAN1*
l
mdeutsch meisterkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I just couldn't make any good impression on the ladies in West Berlin.
rWOMAN1A*TOGETHER-PERSON1LIFE-PARTNER1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*I1*TOGETHER-PERSON1
l
mfrau
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I approached them, and they didn‘t know any signs. I was stunned.
rTO-LET-KNOW1A*$INDEX1TO-SIGN1ACAN1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*TO-SIGN1A*
l
m[MG]kann nicht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I approached them, and they didn‘t know any signs. I was stunned.
rTO-SIGN1ACAN1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*
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m[MG]kann nicht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I approached them, and they didn‘t know any signs. I was stunned.
rTO-SIGN1A*CAN1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*
l$INDEX1
m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   You're not supposed to do so. You shouldn't treat women badly. Women shouldn't have to put up with that.
r$INDEX1*TO-ACCEPT-STH3A*TO-CHANGE6^*CAN1*NOT1TO-PUSH-TO-THE-SIDE2^
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m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Looking at the track and field athletes, I realized that most of them spoke and did not sign whatsoever.
rALL1ATO-SPEAK5ATO-SIGN1A*
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mkann nicht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Everyone who isn‘t able to make phone calls can gladly participate.
rPHONE1*CAN1*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^COME-HERE1
l
mwerkann nicht[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Even if I am a good soccer player myself, I have to encourage and support my teammates. That's good for the entire team.
r$INDEX1*HEAD1BTO-COMFORT1*CAN1*TEAM-OR-CREW1*
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mkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   How much longer is it now? I could do with a break; I am pretty hungry, and I can‘t really sit much longer.
rI1LONG-TIME1ATO-SIT1A*CAN1*
l
mlang[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   It‘s impossible to eat anything outside of the hotel.
r$PRODI1CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   You can travel at different times, before or after, like in September.
rCAN1*AROUND-THE-CLOCK5^*SEPTEMBER3*OR4A*
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mkannseptemberoder
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   We were sitting at the table with cake and coffee and I was so shocked I couldn’t walk anymore.
rSHOCK2A*SOLIDIFIED1*I2CAN1*TO-RUN8*$GEST-OFF^
l
mschockichkann nicht mehrlaufen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   My husband didn’t come, probably because he was playing skat until late that night - we didn‘t care.
rMAN1*$INDEX1CAN1*SKAT2*$INDEX1SUDDENLY4*
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m[MG]skat[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   I couldn’t even really imagine that.
r$GEST^CAN1*IMAGINATION1B*$GEST^$GEST-OFF^
l
mkann nichtvorstellen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   But I somehow ignored it and couldn’t really join in their happiness.
rI2HOORAY1*I2CAN1*
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m[MG]kann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_03 | 46-60f   They take on all the work that Germans are too proud to do.
rCAN1*ALL1ATO-WORK2*TO-ACCEPT1
l
mkannallearbeitannehmen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I was an all-round talent, so to speak.
rALL1ACAN1*$GEST-OFF^CAN2B*$INDEX1
l
mallekönnerkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I get restless really fast at home.
rI1*AT-HOME2I1*CAN1*I2NERVOUS1B*
l
mzu hauseschon nervös
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   If everyone was well, we would all go to Berlin together but we can't do it.
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l
m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   It wouldn't be possible with the other son.
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l
m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   You can't know everyone, right?
rI1ALL1A*MUST1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mallemuss[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   The officer was nice, I thought it was sad nobody knew sign language, though.
rTO-DAMAGE1FOR1*ALL2A*CAN1*TO-SIGN1A*
l
mschadenichtkönnengebärden
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   At the police station, I wrote down that in America, police officers even know how to sign. Not here, though.
rTO-WRITE1AIN1*AMERICA4*CAN1*TO-SIGN1G*POLICE1A*$INDEX1*
l
mschreibeninamerikakanngebärdenpolizei
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   At the police station, I wrote down that in America, police officers even know how to sign. Not here, though.
rTO-SIGN1G*POLICE1A*$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN1GYOU1*HERE1*
l
mgebärdenpolizeikanngebärdenduhier
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   A police officer came over who knew how to sign. Sadly, I forgot to ask their name.
rNAME1B*QUESTION1*UNFORTUNATELY3CAN1*TO-SIGN1GLIKE-THIS1A
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mnamefragekanngebärdenpolizei
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I started speaking and then was told that there was an officer coming who knew how to sign. It really surprised me.
rTO-SIGN1G*I2*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1*TO-SIGN1G*I2TO-ADMIRE1*
l
mgebärden[MG]kanngebärden[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   Definitely, he would know who knows sign language at the police station.
rDEAF1A*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN1A*TO-RING-UP1*THERE1*
l
mgehörlosdakanngebärdenruft
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I heard that at the finance authority and other administrative offices, there has to be at least one person that knows how to sign.
rMUST1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1*TO-SIGN1G$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1*
l
mmusseinkanngebärden
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   My husband said that he had trouble breathing.
r$INDEX1*$INDEX-ORAL1TO-TELL4*CAN1*AIR1*
l
mmeinmannsagtkann nichtluft
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   They said that the fire department should’ve come immediately, one can’t wait for long there.
rMUST1IMMEDIATELY1B*TO-COME1*CAN1*I2$GEST-OFF^*TO-WAIT3*
l
mmusssofortkommenkannnichtwarten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   I could go to the next one, but I simply don’t feel like it anymore.
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maberneinkann[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   I could imagine for instance/ I see what you mean.
rHOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*EXAMPLE1CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*$INDEX1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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mw{ie}kannvorstellenverstehen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   I imagine that the audience is pretty quiet when someone gives a talk.
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mjaichkannvorst{ellen}gebärden gebärdenstill
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   I can't remember any special experiences I had in nursery school.
rEXPERIENCE1AI1CAN1*TO-MEMORISE1$GEST-OFF^*
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merlebniskindergartenkann nichtmer{ken}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   I can't remember anything.
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lI1CAN1*MEMORY-OR-REMINDER1*
mkann nichterinnern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   And then it doesn't work? That's funny.
rTO-CLEAN-UP3B^CAN1*TO-CLEAN-UP3B^RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
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mschreib[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   The teacher then had trouble writing something in chalk on the blackboard.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Upstairs, the room was too small and dark to hold classes there.
rTO-GET-DARK1*DARK1TO-TEACH1*
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Upstairs, the room was too small and dark to hold classes there.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   It was still dark and since we had taken the fuses, it wasn't possible to hold a class.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   I feel it deep down; I just can't believe that he died so suddenly.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   I feel it deep down; I just can't believe that he died so suddenly.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   No, I couldn‘t do that neither did I want to.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   But I wasn't allowed to go in because of my parents.
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m[MG][MG][MG]durcheltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   I forgot about that, I can't remember that.
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mkann nichterinnern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   But he can sign well.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   The question is whether she’ll be able to change anything.
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mkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   It’s not because of the relationship but rather because of the circumstances.
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mkann nicht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   If she peaked out, she could get beaten by the man.
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mwenn[MG][MG]kann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   I really can’t imagine that thing with the blanket.
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mkann nichtvorstellen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   You can’t really generalize it.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   She can’t say ”No” then.
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mauch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   “The two of us stay married, completely normal.
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m[MG]kannwie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   At some point the man says, “Hey, I have problems, something happened and I need money, can you help?”
r$INDEX1*MONEY1A$GEST^CAN1*
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   You have to pay so much more for fully qualified interpreters. Not everyone can afford it.
rINTERPRETER1*TO-COST2*MORE6*CAN1*CLOCK-HAND1^*
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mdol{metscher}[MG]kannleisten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Before I could go to work I had to be examined by a doctor at the airport. I had to put up with that.
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l
mkannarbeitenkannmuss[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   But among deaf people in the lectures, there can be an active debate. You can exchange opinions and discuss with others.
rDEAF1A*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-PASSIVE1$INDEX1CAN1*DISCUSSION1A*TO-EXCHANGE2*CAN1
l
m[MG]kannmeinung tauschenkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   My son is thinking about going to university later.
r$INDEX1$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^TO-GROW-UP1BCAN1*MAYBE4*TO-STUDY1FURTHER1A*
l
mkannvielleichtstudierenweiter
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   It would have been possible then, because they were also cheaper.
rCAN1*I1THROUGH2A*CHEAP2*
l
mkanndurchbillig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Yes, he could. Great.
rMUST1A^*$INDEX4DIFFERENT2*CAN1*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
l
mkann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   That’s why I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.
rCITY2IMAGINATION1AI1CAN1*
l
mstadtvorstelle[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I couldn't do that in the long run.
rTO-LAST1*I1CAN1*
l
mauf dauer
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I couldn't do it.
rI1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   You can swim in the sea.
rOCEAN1ACAN1*TO-SWIM1
l
mschwimmen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Oh well. That is why I can't join the hearing world.
rHEARING1ATO-JOIN1A*I1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mhörend[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I simply can't do it. It is just the way I am.
rPERSON2BCAN1*NO2B
l
m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Yes, you can hear it.
rCAN1*TO-HEAR1*
l
mkannhören
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I can't deal with it.
rI1*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   They would think, that it is completely normal to be together in one group and that they would, of course, speak slower or sign with the deaf people.
rSLOW1OR1TO-SIGN1ECAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mlangsamoder[MG]kann
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   If I had to sing or if the audience consisted mainly of deaf people, I couldn't do that, I would run for the hills.
rALL1ADEAF1A*I1CAN1*I2TO-ELOPE1B
l
malle[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   No! That's why I usually avoided doing the moderation or some sort of presentation on stage.
rOR1LECTURE1*I1CAN1*TO-ELOPE1B
l
moder[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   They go through puberty, and I sure can’t force them to go with me.
rCAN1*COMPULSION1PUBERTY1$INDEX2
l
mkann nichtzwingenpubertät
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   You can't predict the weather by just one look at the sky, because it changes so quickly.
rTO-GET-STH-DONE1C^POINTLESS3A$INDEX1CAN1*TO-CHANGE1B*
l
m[MG][MG]kann[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   In Berlin, I don’t know whether or not it’ll stay sunny so I can go swimming.
rTODAY1*SUN1ACAN1*TO-SWIM1$ORAL^
l
mheutesonnekannschwimmenob ob
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Or they say that they‘d be sad if I actually were to leave in three years.
rTO-WANT2PERIOD1G^*$NUM-YEAR-AFTER-NOW1:3dCAN1*$INDEX1SLOW1*TO-WITHDRAW3
l
mwilldrei jah{re}kannlangsamzu{rückziehen}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Someone in the committee who‘s just interested in chicks and doesn‘t care about the elderly might lose all those older members.
rNEW1A*TO-HIRE1A$INDEX1CAN1*TO-LET1*INTEREST1A*ONLY2B
l
mneukann[MG]interes{se}nur
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Listened? We should call it ‘watched,’ because hearing isn‘t an option.
rTO-HEAR1TO-HEAR1*TO-HEAR2*CAN1*
l
mhörhören
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   People can still chat afterwards.
rTHEN1CTO-CHAT1A*CAN1*TO-SPREAD2^*
l
mdannplauderkann[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   Clearly, one is able to pay the fee of 40 euros with those 82 euros; one even has 42 euros left!
rEURO1$GEST-OFF^$NUM-TENS2A:4CAN1*$INDEX1TO-PART-TO-CHOP2^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4
meurovierzigeurohälftezweiundvierzig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   Like lightning/
rFAST1B^CAN1*
l
mblitz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_01 | 18-30m   Impossible.
rCAN1*
l
m
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   When hearing people ask me to sign a certain word, I can’t answer them because I need the whole sentence.
rWHAT1B*I1$GEST^*CAN1*ANSWER1CAN1*TO-NEED1*
l
mwas[MG][MG]antworten[MG]braucht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   When hearing people ask me to sign a certain word, I can’t answer them because I need the whole sentence.
r$GEST^*CAN1*ANSWER1CAN1*TO-NEED1*SENTENCE2$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]antworten[MG]brauchtsatz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   It depends on the topic; if I know that, I can show the fitting signs in the context.
rWHAT1BCONTENT3SENTENCE1CAN1*TO-SIGN1AWORD1^*
l
mwasin{halt}[MG]kanngebärden
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   But I can’t show them just one sign for one word.
rALONE1A*WORD1CAN1*
l
mall{ein}wort[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   The teachers noticed that many of the children weren’t able to sign which made them able to teach signs like IF-OR-WHEN.
rTEACHER2$GEST^CAN1*TO-SIGN1AGOOD1^*
l$INDEX1$INDEX1
mlehrerkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   It was impossible for me to do.
rCAN1*TO-SIGN1A*NO-CLUE1
l$INDEX1
m[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   I wasn’t able to tell him what they were saying.
rI1*WORD1^*$GEST^*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   If you add the water and it starts to simmer, you can already see it turning into a brown sauce.
rTO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER1ACAN1*TO-COOK4*TO-SEE1*ALREADY1B*
l
mwass{er}kann[MG]schon
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   The teacher turned on the overhead projector, but nothing happened. He was baffled.
rTEACHER1*TO-SWITCH-ON2*CAN1*TO-SWITCH-ON2*$GEST^$GEST^
l
mlehrer[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   My sister knew some sign language, too. We grew up together.
rMY1*SISTER1A*CAN1*TO-CHAT1B*TOGETHER3A*MY1*
l$INDEX1*
mmeineschwesterkannplaudern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I couldn’t do that.
rCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
lI1
mkann nicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Everything is fine if the family atmosphere works for us, but when my father is there, I am holding back.
rI1*AMBIANCE2*CAN1*I2$INDEX1*
lFATHER7*SHY1A*
mvaterstimmkann nichtgehemmt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   She can use the phone and speak, but surprisingly has a deaf partner.
rCAN1*TO-PHONE1*TO-SPEAK6*LIFE-PARTNER1
l
mkann[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   One of them cannot listen to the radio, not even with her hearing aids.
rRADIO1B*$INDEX1*$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-HEAR1HEARING-AID1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mradiokann nichthören[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   You can’t notice, no.
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^CAN1*I2*TO-STATE-OR-TO-REALISE2
l
mkannfeststellen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I can understand that.
rI1TO-UNDERSTAND1*CAN1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*$GEST-OFF^
l
michkannverstehen[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Two of them didn’t know how to sign. They spoke instead.
rCAN2ATO-SIGN1B*$LIST1:1of1dORAL2*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*CAN1*
mzweikönn nichtgebärdenkann nichtoral
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   That kind of education normally takes two years, but I started later and was able to cut it short to just one year.
rUSUAL1*I1*CAN1*I1*TO-HIRE1C*LATE1*
lYEAR1B*
mnormalzwei jahrespät
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   That must be a pain and/
rTHEREFORE1*NERVES1A*NERVES1ACAN1*
l$INDEX1$INDEX1
mdarumnerven
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They were shocked at first, but then they fought until everything went as planned.
r$INDEX1RESISTANCE1FIGHT2IT-WORKS-OUT1$GEST^
lCAN1*
m[MG]kampf kampfklappt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They are probably less concerned, because it is quite common over there to be able to sign.
rOF-COURSE1A*TO-SIGN1G*MANUAL-ALPHABET1*CAN1*MORE3CAN1*$INDEX1*
l
mselbs{tverständlich}alpha{bet}kannmehrkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They are probably less concerned, because it is quite common over there to be able to sign.
rMANUAL-ALPHABET1*CAN1*MORE3CAN1*$INDEX1*
l
malpha{bet}kannmehrkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I wasn't able to stand anymore.
r$ORAL^I2*CAN1*TO-STAND1CAN1*I2
l
mwiekann nichtstehenkann nicht mehr
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I wasn't able to stand anymore.
rI2*CAN1*TO-STAND1CAN1*I2$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkann nichtstehenkann nicht mehr
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   I felt even worse the next morning. I was barely able to walk, only in a hunched position.
rTO-LET1*BAD3BTO-GO2B*CAN1*TO-BEND-DOWN1TO-RUN8
l
mnochschlimmergeh{ge}bück{t}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   If hearing people do not know one word and they don't know any English either, how do they communicate?
rWORD3*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1AENGLAND4CAN1*COMMUNICATION1A*HOW-QUESTION1*DEFICIENCY-IN-COMMUNICATION1
l
mstimmengl{isch}[MG]kom{munikation}wie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   He couldn’t do stuff like that.
r$INDEX1CAN1*FEELING3
l
maber
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   My parents told me that when I was younger, I couldn’t speak or communicate with them at all, because I was completely deaf.
rDEAF1AAND2AI2*CAN1*NOT-YET2*COMMUNICATION1AMY1*
l
mundichkannnoch nichtkomm{u}n{ik}a{tion}mein
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   I asked myself why that was the case, I was able to decide for myself what I wanted, after all.
rI2*BOYFRIEND-GIRLFRIEND1ON-PERSON1*CAN1*I2*SELF1A*TO-DECIDE1A*
l
ma{uf}kannselbstentschei{den}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   They will tell you that they are already paying for the allowance for nursing care, and that the hospital is supposed to use some of that money for the interpreter.
rMONEY1ATO-GIVE-MONEY2A*$INDEX1*CAN1*$INDEX1*HOSPITAL2A$INDEX1*
l
mkannkrankenhaus
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Actually, those professionals from Hamburg or Berlin should be able to/
rHAMBURG2*BERLIN1B*CAN1*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
mhamburgberlinkönnen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Still, if someone cannot do it him- or herself, he or she can get support with writing and correcting the text from the regional association.
rIF-OR-WHEN1ACAN1*TO-GO-THERE1*$ALPHA1:LUNION1C*
l
m[MG]landesverband
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   Obviously, I wouldn‘t just choose a man that communicates with spoken language only.
rTO-FISH1A^I2ORAL1*CAN1*$GEST^
l
mmannich haboral[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   #Name4 could barely sign.
r$NAMETO-SIGN1B^CAN1*
l
m#name4oral[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Even when I started school and some of the children couldn’t sign as well as I did, we all got along somehow.
r$INDEX1$GEST^TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*I1*TO-SIGN1A*TO-MIX3^*
l
m[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I wasn't able to communicate with anyone and couldn't understand anything, because everyone was speaking.
rTO-SWARM1^I1*COMMUNICATION1A*CAN1*AND2A*TO-UNDERSTAND1*NOTHING1B
l
mkomm{unikation}kann nichtundverstehenichts
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   There was a boarding school attached to it, and one could choose whether or not to sleep there.
rWITH1A*CAN1*WITH1ABOARDING-SCHOOL1ATO-SLEEP1A
l
mkannmitinter{nat}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   It was great that I was allowed to sleep there, even though I would have been able to commute from my home in Vilnius, the capital.
rVILNIUS1*BACK-AND-FORTH1*NEVERTHELESS2BCAN1*TO-THROW1^*TO-SLEEP1A*
l
mvilniustrotzdemkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Usually, if there was a situation where I could potentially be faced with difficulties, I didn’t go.
rI1WHERE1B*AREA1A*CAN1*BARRIER1I1MOST1A
l
mwokannmeist{ens}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I just moved in the narrow space where I could do everything.
rMACHINE-AIDED1BMY1*WHERE1B*CAN1*I1*AREA1A*ORIENTATION2*
l
mautomatischwokann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Because many of them could sign.
rTO-SIGN1GMUCH-OR-MANY1ATO-SIGN1GCAN1*$GEST^
l
mviel[MG]kann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   That didn't change until I met an educator who was deaf himself and able to sign. I was able to relate to him.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*I1WELL1LIKE3B*
l
mkannwohlwie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Well, I could have learned it at school, during the classes, but/
rAREA1A*CLASS5AREA1A*CAN1*ALSO3A*$GEST-OFF^
l
mklassekannauchaber
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Communicating with the other students was really hard, because I always had to focus on the interpreters.
rMUST1*TO-FOCUS1*COMMUNICATION1A*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkon{zentrieren}[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   It won't work without daring to take a step into the hearing world. You need that connection; it is very important for the future.
rHEARING1B*WORLD1TO-JOIN1A*CAN1*MUST1TO-LINK1A^$GEST-OFF^*
l
mhörendwelt[MG]muss
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   You cannot decide who you want to marry over there; that decision is made by the parents.
rLIFE-PARTNER1TOGETHER-PERSON1$INDEX1CAN1*$INDEX1TYPICAL1*PARENTS1A
l
m[MG]typischeltern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   It also comes in handy for Lithuania, because it has spread the word that the deaf aren't dumb; they can accomplish something like that as well.
rNOT3A*FOOLISH2*$GEST^CAN1*$GEST^
l
mnichtdummkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   He mentioned his wife's pregnancy as a reason for his refusal to go to Poland.
rTO-MAKE-STH-UP1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*I2CAN1*TO-GO-THERE1*I2^WOMAN1A
l
mfrau
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Suddenly they told us we wouldn't go via Berlin, as the tracks were cut off by Russians and Americans.
rMESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1*BERLIN1A*$INDEX1*CAN1*SNOUT2^*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*AMERICA1*
l
mberlinrusslandamerika
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   Although there was no snow, you could easily see the black stroller in the green area, and there was a little snow, too.
rGREEN41*PLANE3B^CAN1*TO-SEE1*$INDEX1AND2A*
l
mgrünkannund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   We couldn't go by tram in Darmstadt, because the stroller didn't fit in the old and narrow tram.
rSTREETCAR1*$INDEX1*I1CAN1*$INDEX1*BACK-THEN1*CHILD2
l
mstraßenbahn[MG]damalskinderwagen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   We couldn't go by tram in Darmstadt, because the stroller didn't fit in the old and narrow tram.
rTO-SLEEP2^*WE1A*TO-SERVER-CAKE1*CAN1*NARROW2*OLD5B*WAGGON1*
l
mwirstraßenbahn[MG]schmalalt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   I couldn't really walk, so I limped.
rLIKE7A*STAIRS1*CAN1*I1$PROD
l
mwiegehen[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   The way I see it/ I used to work together with another deaf guy/ the deaf guy couldn't teach me.
r$INDEX1DEAF1A*TO-TEACH1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkann nicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   The deaf people can’t keep up with that, they get left behind.
rDONT-ACCOMPLISH1*COHERENCE1A^
lDEAF1ACAN1*
mgehörlosschafftmit
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Of course it doesn’t work without mouth images.
rWITHOUT1
lOF-COURSE1AORAL2*CAN1*
mselbstverständlichohne[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I told her I couldn't do it.
rI1$GEST^CAN1*
l
m
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I asked if I could get an employee, and she told me that the money would decide that.
rTO-SEARCH1TO-HIRE1C*TO-SAY1CAN1*TO-DECIDE1BMONEY1ATO-DECREASE3A
l
msuchenentscheidung
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   Key is to be able to internalize the signs. You can either go to an independent department, do it there, or if that‘s not an option, you can use those levels as guidelines.
rIMPORTANT1*TO-INTERNALISE1CAN1*$GEST^I1^CAN2A
l
mwichtig[MG]kannkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   Maybe you can enter late.
r$GEST-OFF^CAN1*ACROSS1TO-GET-IN1*
l
mvielleichtkannquereinsteigen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   Just a few people made an effort and wrote things down or talked slowly so I could read their lips.
rTO-LIST1C*CAN1*TROUBLE1TO-GIVE1*TO-WRITE1A
l
m[MG]kannmühegeben[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   I hope people will know better in the future.
rMORE1INFORMATION3*$INDEX1*CAN1*HEARING1A*HEARING1A*AREA1A^
l
mmehrinfokannhö{r}hörend
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   I think it's sad that the teachers didn't know sign language back then.
rTO-FIND1ATOO-BAD1*$GEST^CAN1*SELF2TO-SIGN1B*
l
mfindeschadekann nichtselbst[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   Today there are several teachers who know sign language.
rTODAY3*$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN1B*$GEST-OFF^
l
mheutekann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   We randomly met other deaf people.
rTOGETHER-PERSON2A^*PRESENT-OR-HERE1$INDEX1CAN1*
l
mdakann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I wasn't really able to commit a hit-and-run offense.
rFLIGHT1ATO-DRIVE1CAN1*
l
mfluchtfahrt[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I couldn't do that.
rCAN1*I1
l
m
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I couldn't do that.
rCAN1*
l
m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   He was able to say that they would get - I don't know how much - maybe a million or a hundred thousand dollars if they were able to meet their educational goals.
r$INDEX1CAN1*TO-SAY1$GEST-OFF^I1
l
mkannsagen[MG]weiß nicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I was able to see the white median strip, but not the parked car.
rSTREET1*WAY3*CAN1*TO-SEE1CAR-TO-STOP2TO-SEE1
lWAY3*
mstreifenkannse{hen}au{to}seh
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I provided my email address, because I do not have a fax machine, neither do I have a phone, because of my deafness.
rIN-ADDITION1*$INDEX1*FAX1CAN1*AND2A*PHONE1CAN1*
l
m[MG]fax[MG]telefon
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I provided my email address, because I do not have a fax machine, neither do I have a phone, because of my deafness.
rCAN1*AND2A*PHONE1CAN1*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]telefon[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I asked the guy to hand me his telephone number, so that my sister would be able to call him.
rNUMBER1I1*CAN1*MY1SISTER1ATO-RING-UP1*
lTO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO1A*
mnu{mmer}gebenkannschwes{ter}{an}rufen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   We can read it as soon as it is published.
rALSO3AWE1BCAN1*TO-READ-BOOK2B$GEST-OFF^
l
mauchkannle{sen}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   The book hasn't been published so far, so that those people cannot be punished or arrested.
rTO-ARREST-SB1OR1*PENALTY1ACAN1*
l
moderstrafe
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   I cannot repair it myself.
rSELF1ATO-REPAIR1CAN1*
l
mselbst[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   When I realized that the cars were bumping into each other, I couldn't stop right away.
r$PRODSTOP3*CAN1*$GEST^*
l
m[MG]stopp
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   If I had lost the case, I would have had to pay a lot of money; I couldn't have done it.
rI1HIGH4ATO-PAY1CAN1*$GEST^
l
mhohe[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   I couldn't keep on playing afterwards, I knew that.
rTHEN1ACAN1*
l
mdanachkann nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Actually, I wish to keep on doing sports but can't do it alone.
rI2*TO-BE-CRAZY-ABOUT-STH1B^CAN1*FURTHER1A
l
mkannweiter
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   Actually, I wish to keep on doing sports but can't do it alone.
rALONE2*TO-GO1A*$GEST-OFF^CAN1*TO-MAKE2*$GEST-OFF^
l
mallein[MG]kann nichtmachen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   In my free time I can arrange a time with others and we can go swimming together.
rALSO3AALREADY1A*CAN1*FREE1TO-ADDRESS2*TO-ARRANGE1*
l
mauchschonkannfreizeitabgemacht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   I have been told before that you can play poker as a computer game and I tried it.
rI2WHO2TO-LET-KNOW1A*CAN1*CARD-GAME1ACARD-GAME2POKER1
l
mwerkartenspielpoker
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   And/ you can also suffer from a stroke.
rAND2A$GEST^CAN1*ALSO1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dTO-BEAT1*
l
mundkannaucheinschlag
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   One cannot simply quit.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1$INDEX1TO-GIVE-UP1CAN1*
l
mdaaufgeben[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   When you are really sick, you can press charges against the company that produces your cigarettes.
rBAD3BSICK1*YOU1*CAN1*YOUR1COMPANY1ACIGARETTE1*
l
mschlimmkann auchfirma
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   He can even sell the cartons and make even more profit.
rCAN1*TO-SELL1*TO-COLLECT3^ADVANTAGE1
l
mkann auchverkauf[MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   I smoked and I couldn't stand it.
rI1TO-SMOKE1ACAN1*TO-BEAR1A*I1*TO-SMOKE1A*
l
m[MG]aushalten
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   I can't do smoking.
rTO-SMOKE1A*CAN1*I1NOT3B*
l
m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   But I can't walk up to everyone and tell them to quit smoking.
r$GEST-OFF^CAN1*EVERYTHING2*TO-SAY1TO-SMOKE1A*
l
maberkann nichtallesagen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   If I had forgotten something at home, I was able to get it quickly.
rTO-RUN4*TO-GO-THERE2*TO-GET1A*CAN1*
l
mholenkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   You cannot hear, you can't hear well.”
rCAN1*TO-HEAR2$INDEX1*BAD-OR-STALE1
l
mkann nichthören[MG]schlecht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   When the first brother was killed, I was still too young to understand, so she probably told me when the second brother died.
rI2*SMALL3*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*SMALL3*TO-SIGN1A*TO-TELL4*
l
m[MG]kleinwarum[MG]kleinerzählen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   I can’t say a lot about his political content, because I was still very young at the time.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*ESTIMATION2*I2CAN1*TO-SAY1I1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mvielbeurteilenkann[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   Sometimes I am happy to see them again.
rHAPPY1*WHEN1^*TO-SEE-AGAIN1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mfrohwennwiedersehenkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   But I can’t watch that. If I do stumble upon it, I turn it off immediately.
r$ORAL^I2*CAN1*TO-SEE1$ORAL^TO-SEE1
l
maberkann nichtsehwennsehe
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   They just can’t pay their bills, so they retreat.
r$GEST-OFF^CAN1*TO-PAY1$INDEX1*OR4A
l
m[MG]kann nichtbezahlenoder
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_03 | 61+f   They can’t lead a good life there.
rCAN1*GOOD1*TO-LIVE1CGOOD1*
l
mka{nn}le{ben}gut
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   So I just thought, ‘whatever,‘ and signed up for it.
rWHATEVER3*I2WHATEVER3*CAN1*I1^MESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1
l
megalichkannmeld
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   It's not feasible in Germany because it's so big.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*GERMAN1*WHAT1ABIG7*
l
mdeutschwaszu groß
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   It would be impossible to move into parliament.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*CONTAINER2^*TO-GET-IN1*
l
m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   I switched on the TV. We were at home because we couldn't go on a vacation.
rTO-SWITCH-ON1*AT-HOME1AVACATION6CAN1*
l
manzu hauseurlaub[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_06 | 31-45f   I can’t imagine what that’s like.
rEARLY-MORNING1I1CAN1*I1
l
mmorgen früh[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   In the movie, she explains that she would’ve liked to come, but that it didn’t work out.
r$INDEX1GLADLY1TO-COME1CAN1*
l
mgernkommen[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Okay, but the guys knew they could die from the consequences if they went down.
rCAN2BPERIOD1C^*TO-DIE2CAN1*
l
mkann[MG][MG]kann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Very slowly; It doesn’t work overnight.
rTODAY3*ON1B*TOMORROW1BCAN1*NOT-TOO-BAD1A
l
maufmorgenkann nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They worry it could explode because of heat or an earthquake, for instance.
rHOT2SUN-BEATS-DOWN1B^$INDEX1*CAN1*BOMB1*OR4B*EARTHQUAKE1
l
mzu heißkannbombeodererd{be}ben
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I couldn’t go.
rI1CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I couldn’t just take time off, I had to follow my apprenticeship.
rTO-DEDUCT2ACAN1*MUST1*TO-FOLLOW1B*EDUCATION1
l
m[MG][MG]mussfolgenausbildung
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   But I couldn’t because of the apprenticeship.
rCAN1*WAS1*EDUCATION1*TO-FOLLOW1B*
l
m[MG]warausbildungfolgen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I can’t see anything on the left and right side.
r$PRODI1TO-SPOT1*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I immediately know what she means, because I can’t always pay attention to my surroundings.
rI2*TO-COMPREHEND1I1CAN1*TO-LOOK-AT3TO-LOOK-AT1*
l
m[MG]kannalles[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   “The reason being that normally, we have a field of vision spanning 180 degrees.”
rREASON4AYOU-PLURAL1ACAN1*PERSPECTIVE1B^APPROXIMATELY1ROUGH1
l
mgrund[MG]kann[MG]grob
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   “With your daughter, it’s the exact opposite.”
r$INDEX1DAUGHTER1*CAN1*LIKE3A*OPPOSITE1BAGAINST3A*
l
mtochter[MG]wiegegenteil
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They asked the doctor, “What about her future? Are there any options, surgery or medication or anything?”
rQUESTION1WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1FUTURE1ACAN1*WHAT1BTO-HELP1OPERATION1B*
l
mfragewie sieht auszukunftkannhelfenop{eration}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   My vision could get even worse in the future and I could become completely blind, that’s why.
rREASON4AFUTURE1ACAN1*$PRODBLIND1A*CAN1*
l
mgrundzukunftkann[MG]blindkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   My vision could get even worse in the future and I could become completely blind, that’s why.
rCAN1*$PRODBLIND1A*CAN1*
l
mkann[MG]blindkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   She wanted to tell me, but she didn’t have the strength anymore; it was all used up, she was in shock.
rTO-TELL4$GEST^I2CAN1*I1FORCE2AI1
l
merzählen[MG]kann nichtkraft
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   “Could you give us some advice about Cuba? Is it good there?”
rCAN1*ADVICE1$INDEX1$ALPHA1:K
l
mkann[MG][MG]kuba
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The woman said she could understand us well and respected us.
rWOMAN1ANO3B^HANDS-OFF1^CAN1*ON-PERSON1TO-UNDERSTAND1*RESPECT1A
l
mfraukannauf[MG]res{pekt}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I waved it off, I really didn’t want to do it.
rI1NO1B*I2CAN1*
l
mnein[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Normally the hospitals have huge lifts to transport the beds.
rHOSPITAL2A$PRODBED4*CAN1*$PROD
l
mkrankenhaus[MG]bettkann[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   “If you for example get a bandage after the surgery, you won’t be able to see.
r$PRODEYE-CLOSED3TO-SEE1CAN1*
l
m[MG]zu[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I can’t remember them all.
rALL1A*TO-MEMORISE1PEOPLE2CAN1*
l
malle[MG]kann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   It’s impossible to get everything.
rCAN1*
l
m
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   No, that was not possible.
rDEEP1*CAN1*
l
mtief
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I am not content then, and have to sit through it.
rCAN1*I1SELF1ANOT3A*
l
mselbstnicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Can you criticize him?
r$INDEX1POISON1B^AFTERWARDS1C^CAN1*TO-CRITICISE1A*
l
m[MG]kann[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I couldn't tell him.
rTO-LET-KNOW1A*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I did want to, but I couldn’t.
rI2CAN1*
l
mich woll[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   And if you’re not able to speak then what is the CI good for?
rAND2ATO-SPEAK6*CAN1*CI2*FOR-WHAT3*HEARING1B*
l
mund[MG]kann nichtwofürhören
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   With hearing aids I can, but it’s not possible without them.
rHEARING-AID1YES1AWITHOUT1*CAN1*
l
mhörgerätjaohne[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   The noisy traffic and stressful appointments — it is not going to work.
rAPPOINTMENT1ASTRESS3*EITHER3CAN1*$GEST^
l
mterminstress[MG]kann nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The boys weren’t very good at writing.
rTO-WRITE1A*$INDEX1BROTHEL1^*CAN1*TO-WRITE1AFAIRLY1*
l
m[MG]jung
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   She was curious and would copy things she wasn’t good at, like math homework, into her own notebook.
rCURIOUS1*TO-GET1A^*COPY1A^*CAN1*TO-WRITE1E*COPY1A^*TO-WRITE1C
l
mneugierigkann nichtschreibenab ab
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The teachers noticed.
rCAN2ATO-STATE-OR-TO-REALISE2SHE1*CAN1*HE-SHE-IT1
l
mkannfeststellbarkann
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   A classmate and I couldn’t sleep.
rHE-SHE-IT1$GEST-OFF^*TO-SLEEP1ACAN1*
l
mschlafen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   We had to go to bed at 8 pm, but we just couldn’t fall asleep.
r$NUM-CLOCK1A:8d*TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1*TO-SLEEP1ACAN1*
l
macht uhr[MG]schlafen[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   They weren’t able to turn off the power plant.
r$GEST-OFF^TO-CHANGE2A*OFF-CLOSED2*CAN1*
l
m[MG]um[MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   It couldn’t just disappear.
rTO-SPEAK1A^*VANISHED1CCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]aus
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Nuclear radiation can not be dissolved.
rDISSOLUTION1A^CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   You can’t just take all of that and throw it away.
r$PRODGARBAGE3*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mmüll[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   An atomic explosion happens and they can’t even flee.
r$INDEX1*PEOPLE2*FLIGHT1ACAN1*$INDEX1*
l
mleutefluchtkann nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   That’s unimaginable in Japan.
rJAPAN1CAN1*IMAGINATION1A$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mvorstellen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Radically shutting down power plants [without an alternative] is impossible.
rTO-SWITCH-OFF1B*CAN1*
l
mabschafft nicht
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Keeping them running would be a problem.
rPROBLEM1$GEST-OFF^ALWAYS4A*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mproblem
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   We couldn’t do anything without it.
rWITHOUT1*CAN1*$INDEX1*
l
mohne
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   You didn't have to think about that; you could just go straight over there, couldn't you?
rYOU1CARELESS3A*CAN1*WHAT2^*TIME1^*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkannwaswill
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Some teachers couldn't sign at all.
rPERSON1^*TEACHER1*PERSON1^CAN1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
l
mlehrerkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   They wanted to teach in an oral way.
rCAN1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*ONLY2AORAL1*
l
mkann nichtnuroral
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   People who worked at the harbor used to have really bad teeth back then, so they weren't able to eat meat anymore.
rFOR1MEAT1A*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2CAN1*
l
mfleischessenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   That's right, I can't say anything about that.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1ACAN1*TO-SAY1I1$GEST-OFF^*
l
mstimmtkann nichtsagen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   I can't say anything about that.
rATTENTION1A^CAN1*TO-SAY1I1
l
mkann nichtsagen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   I couldn't stay, I had to go home.
rI1*CLOSE-BY1A*CAN1*I1BACK-AND-FORTH1^*HOME6*
l
mich[MG]heim
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   They are able to walk by very quickly.
rCAN1*TO-GO2^*
l$PROD$PROD
mkann[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   The energy-saving light bulbs can't move since they give off very little light once they are turned on.
rTO-SAVE2*LIGHT-BULB1*CAN1*$INDEX1*TO-SAVE2*SOURCE-TO-EMANATE1^*
l
msparbirnen[MG]spar
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   It is getting better. But the awareness for the topic needs to be spread more widely.
rBETTER1*CAN1*FURTHER1A*TO-SPREAD3^*$GEST-OFF^
l
mbesser besserkannweiter[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   That's not true. The spectrum is very broad, you can have kids who hear very well with it all the way to kids who aren't able to hear anything with it.
rTO-PERCEIVE-EAR1^CAN1MAYBE2*CAN1*NOTHING1B
l
mkannvielleicht auchkannnicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Everything revolves around the hearing world and there are single people who like it and who make it work to meet new people and manage to have more career opportunities.
r$GEST-TO-PONDER1^PLEASANT2TO-MEET2B*CAN1*PROFESSION4CAN2ANOT3A*
l
mangenehmkannberufkannnicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   You can't fix it yourself and you'll have to wait for it while it is in technical service until it's returned to you.
rCAN1*$INDEX1TO-KNIT1^$PROD
l
mkannkaputt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   There is no way around it.
rSMOOTH-OR-SLICK1^*WITHOUT1CAN1*
l
mohne
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   It happens, during a swim or something similar.
rCAN1*IT-HAPPENS6$GEST^TO-SWIM1
l
mkann auchpassierenschwimmen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Unbelievable.
rCAN1*$INDEX1
l
mun{möglich}
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I think it is an advantage to learn sign language from an early age on.
rTO-SIGN4ADVANTAGE1EARLY3A*CAN1*TO-SIGN4TO-LEARN1*
l
mgebärdensprachevorteilfrühkannlernen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   It doesn't work that way with the spoken language, speech develops later.
r$INDEX1*LOUD1A*LANGUAGE1*CAN1*TO-SPEAK5A*LATER10*VOICE1*
l$INDEX1*
mlautsprache[MG]sprechenspäter
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   That means the advantage of sign language is that the two hemispheres of the brain link each other.
rBRAIN1A*BRAIN4A*NET1A*CAN1*
l
mgehirnvernetzung
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I think that when you are hearing, speech develops automatically.
r$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*IF-OR-WHEN1ATO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*CAN1
l
mwennhören[MG]kanndann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I think that when you are hearing, speech develops automatically.
rTO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*CAN1TO-COME1LANGUAGE1
l
mhören[MG]kanndannkommtsprachentwicklung
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   They have to realize that their child cannot hear.
rTO-HEAR2*CHILD1TO-HEAR2*CAN1*
l
mkindhörenkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   If it doesn't work, well then, you have to teach them sign language.
rIF-OR-WHEN1AIT-WORKS-OUT1*CAN1*MUST1TO-PUT1*SIGN-LANGUAGE1B
l
mwennklappt nichtkannmussgebärdensprache
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   My doctor has an assistant who can sign.
rON-PERSON1TO-HELP1TO-SIGN1ACAN1*
l
mhelfer[MG]kann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But my parents weren't able to pay for it.
rMY1PARENTS1ACAN1*TO-PAY1
l
mmeineelternkann nichtbezahlen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   You cannot forbid this development, of course.
r$INDEX1*MORE3CAN1*PROHIBITED1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mmehr mehr mehr mehrkann nichtnicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Their hearing capacity will be gone and then they have to sign.
rTO-SHRINK1A*CAN1*BACK2MUST1TO-SIGN1A
l
mwieder zurückmussgebärden
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He can sign.
rCAN1*TO-SIGN1E
l
mkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   No one of the younger generation is up for it.
rOFFSPRING1CAN1*
l
mnachwuchs[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I get three old people who aren't able to walk anymore.
rHUMAN1*TO-GET1A*$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-RUN8$GEST-OFF^*
l
mmenschholenkann nichtlaufen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   When I visited him, I suggested going to a church service, but he couldn't.
rYOU1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*$INDEX1*CAN1*
l
m
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   There might for instance be a deaf person who likes to sign and who's happy, because everything works fine. And then there might be someone with a CI that doesn't help as much and that person needs to practice a lot.
rDEAF1ATO-SIGN4HAPPY1CAN1*EVERYTHING1ACI1ENOUGH1
l
mfrohkannallesc-igenug
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But a CI can't repair the hearing of a deaf; how would that be possible?
r$ORAL^CI2DEAF1ACAN1*TO-REPAIR1TO-HEAR2*CAN1*
l
maber[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But a CI can't repair the hearing of a deaf; how would that be possible?
rCAN1*TO-REPAIR1TO-HEAR2*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   The old people can't do it anymore.
rOLD8BCAN1*TO-LIST1C^*$GEST-OFF^
l
maltkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Why do those that have trouble communicating think that if communication doesn't work they have to bear it nevertheless.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*COMMUNICATION1A*$ORAL^$INDEX1*
l
m[MG]kommunikationwarumin wie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   The two of us couldn't possibly do it, could we?
rBOTH2A*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^CAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2
l
m
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   They are proud of their good articulation.
rSELF1A*PROUD1I1CAN1*GOOD1TO-SPEAK6
l
mselbststolzkanngutsprechen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   It's because doctors can't recommend parents to go to a deaf club to see how things go there after the child is born.
rIF-OR-WHEN1ABIRTH1APHYSICIAN1*CAN1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*TO-RECOMMEND1A*TO-GO-THERE1
l
mwenngeburtarztkann nichtempfehlen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Time went on. I was young, I signed vivaciously, could talk and so on. I was happy.
rTO-SIGN1A*TO-LIVE5*LANGUAGE1CAN1*$PRODHAPPY1$GEST^
l
mlebensprachekannfroh
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   People in my village were shocked and said to my parents, “Your daughter is able to do everything herself!”
rFRIGHT1*YOUR1DAUGHTER1*CAN1*EVERYTHING1ATO-LIST1B*
l
merschrockendeinetochterkannalles
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   They saw everything I was capable of and were jealous.
rCAN1*ENVY2A
l
mkann kann[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   “I can do absolutely everything”, I said.
rI1I1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^I1TO-LIST1B
l
michichkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   “I can do absolutely everything”, I said.
r$GEST-OFF^I1TO-LIST1BCAN1*
l
mkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Sometimes the CI is good, sometimes it's bad. I can't/
rBAD-OR-STALE1*I1$GEST^CAN1*CAN2B*
l
mschlechtka{nn}
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   … I couldn't say.
rCAN1*CAN1*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   … I couldn't say.
rCAN1*CAN1*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   … I couldn't say.
rCAN1*CAN1*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   You can't.
rCAN1*
l
mkann nicht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But I can't say, “Oh, that's a pity!” now, I just can't.
rTOO-BAD1*$GEST^I1CAN1*
l
mschade
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   If some of them know sign language they are welcome to join us.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2CAN1*TO-SIGN1A*TO-COME2*CAN1*
l
mwenneinerkannkommenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   If some of them know sign language they are welcome to join us.
rCAN1*TO-SIGN1A*TO-COME2*CAN1*
l
mkannkommenkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   I thought that was outrageous.
rI1CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   They said the roof could collapse because of the hail.
rNOW1ROOF1B$PRODCAN1*BREAK-DOWN1A
l
mjetztkann[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   The big hailstones could dent it.
rCAN1*HAIL1A*ALREADY1A*BUMP3*
l
mschonbeule beule beule
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   The helicopter couldn't get them.
rHELICOPTER2TO-PICK-UP1*CAN1*$GEST^
l
mhubschrauberabholen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It's impossible to get down from up there/
rBUT1*ABOVE1*DOWN1*CAN1*
l
maberoben[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It's impossible to get down; it's like on a grill.
rIN1*CAN1*TO-BARBECUE1A*$INDEX2*
l
mgrill
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   It can all melt away.
r$INDEX1TO-MELT1A*CAN1*
l
mschmelzen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   The melt water can reach Frankfurt.
rHIGH4AFRANKFURT1GAP-OR-DISTANCE1CAN1*TO-MELT1ATO-FLOW1*
l
mhochfrankfurtkannschmelzen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   And people there waited for the firefighters to come while the building kept on burning and burning.
rNOT6*TO-WAIT1AABOVE1*CAN1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*FIRE1A*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*
l
mnichtabwartenkannwiefeuerwie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   He also really pushed me to strive.
rTO-CLAIM1$GEST-COME-HERE-OR-GIVE-IT-TO-ME1B^*$INDEX1CAN1*GOOD1CAN1*$INDEX1*
l
mkanngutkannwas
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   He also really pushed me to strive.
r$INDEX1CAN1*GOOD1CAN1*$INDEX1*I1
l
mkanngutkannwas
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I can neither cook nor bake.
rI1*CAN1*NOT3B*TO-COOK3A*
lI1
michkannnichtkochenich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I can neither cook nor bake.
rNOT3B*TO-COOK3A*CAN1*NOT3B*TO-BAKE3A*
lI1
mnichtkochenichkannnichtbacken
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   The boat could catch fire and therefore we barbecued ashore.
rTO-HELP1*CAN1*TO-BURN1B*$GEST-OFF^MUST1*
l
mhelfenkannanbrennen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   If you were the head of the board, you could have two or three deputies. All of you could share the tasks.
rCHAIRPERSON4*TO-WANT2YOU1*CAN1*$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d$NUM-ORDINAL1:3dSUBSTITUTE2A
l
mvorsitzenderwillstdukannstzweitedrittevertreter
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Exactly, helping. If one can't write very well, you could do that.
rTO-HELP1*ANYWAY1TO-WRITE1A*CAN1*YOU1*TO-WRITE1A*TO-HELP1*
l
mhelfensowieso[MG]duhelfen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   That's something that not everybody can do.
rCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
lALL2D*
mallekann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I'm sure that's possible, too.
r$GEST^
lCAN1*
mkann kann kann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Correct me if I’m wrong: Here in Hamburg 2000-3000 people are allowed to come.
rTO-CELEBRATE1A^*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*
lINTERNATIONAL2*CAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:2$NUM-THOUSANDS1:3d
minternationalfaschingkannzweidreitausendleute
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   One tries to climb out and it doesn’t work.
r$PRODTO-JUMP2^*CAN1*
l
m[MG]aus[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But if it is supposed to show that one does not get out, why are there two walls?
r$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1*IF-OR-WHEN1ATO-JUMP2^*CAN1*MEANING1*WHY1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2
l
m[MG]wenn[MG][MG]bedeutwa{rum}zwei
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But you could also teach sign language to a hearing child.
rTO-TEACH1*YOU1*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^CAN1*TO-SIGN1G*
l
mkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   And then, because of the undercurrent, you are not able to get out.
rTO-SUCK1^*HIGH4ACAN1*BACK1A*TO-JUMP2^*CAN1*
l
m[MG]hochkann nichtzurückkann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   And then, because of the undercurrent, you are not able to get out.
rCAN1*BACK1A*TO-JUMP2^*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtzurückkann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Of course I can teach that.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^*$INDEX1*CAN1*CAN1I1FEELING3*
l
mkann ja
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But that could be dangerous, too.
rBUT1*$INDEX1CAN1*CONVERSELY1^*DANGEROUS1A*
l
maberkannauchgefahr
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   There are probably ways of turning him deaf all at once.
r$GEST-OFF^*MAYBE1*CAN1*$INDEX1*$PRODOR4A*
l
m[MG]kann[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But how do you know for sure that you’ll pass on that illness?
rLIKE7B*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*SICK1*CAN1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AYOU1*EXACTLY1
l
mwiedakrankka{nn}w{eißt} dugenau
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   After such a diagnosis, one could influence that by deciding for or against pregnancy.
rMEANING1*YOU1*$GEST-OFF^*CAN1*I1I1*TO-AFFECT1
l
mbedeut[MG]kannicheinfluss
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   After such a diagnosis, one could influence that by deciding for or against pregnancy.
rMICROSCOPE1A*I2TO-WISH1A*CAN1*TO-CHOOSE1*CAN1*PREGNANT1A
lCONTAINER5A*
mwunschk{ann}kann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   After such a diagnosis, one could influence that by deciding for or against pregnancy.
rTO-WISH1A*CAN1*TO-CHOOSE1*CAN1*PREGNANT1ACAN1*NOT3A*
lCONTAINER5A*
mwunschk{ann}kannkannoder nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   After such a diagnosis, one could influence that by deciding for or against pregnancy.
rTO-CHOOSE1*CAN1*PREGNANT1ACAN1*NOT3A*$GEST-OFF^*
lCONTAINER5A*
mkannkannoder nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I know that everyone can find their way to success without meeting any barriers.
rNOT3ABARRIER1*$GEST^*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mnicht[MG]kann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For one, you can use a donor if the man himself isn’t able to perform.
rHUSBAND1$INDEX4ON-PERSON1*CAN1*$GEST-NO-IDEA1^*
l
mmannkann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   If I have a partner, they can teach their culture to the child.
rTOGETHER3A*I2*LIFE-PARTNER1*CAN1*CULTURE1B*TO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO1A*
l
mzusammkannkultur
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But if there is no partner in the picture, I can’t teach the other parent’s culture to the child.
rI2*CULTURE1B*TO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO1A*CAN1*
l
mkultur
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I can only pass on my own, white culture.
rI2CAN1*ONLY2A*MY1WHITE1B*
l
mkannnurweiß
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I can’t really know that.
rCAN1*$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1
l
mkann nichthundert
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   If it helps someone to perceive sound, sure, why not!
r$INDEX1*SELF1A*MORE1CAN1*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*TO-HELP1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mselbstkannhelf
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   I felt unable to really imagine it.
rFEELING3*LIKE-THIS1AI2CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*
l
mfühlsokann nichtvorstellen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   And like you, I thought this could be the beginning of a war.
rMAYBE2*WAR1A$GEST-OFF^
lRIGHT-OR-AGREED1ACAN1*TO-COME1
mstimmtvielleichtkriegkannkommen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   This way I can, I don't know, invite deaf people to come over.
rI1*CAN1*I1*OUTSIDE1*DEAF1A*
l
mkanndraußen[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   True, that could also be possible.
r$GEST^RIGHT-OR-AGREED1ACAN1*$GEST^
l
mstimmtkannauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   Especially in the wintertime when they're not able to play outside, the basement is the best alternative.
rOR4B*MUST1$GEST-OFF^CAN1*BETTER1*CELLAR1*$GEST-OFF^
l
modermuss[MG]am bestenkeller
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   I wouldn’t be able to afford it.
rI1CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   If you have a house with a garden, you can't just leave it to its own devices.
rWHATEVER1A^*GARDEN2*WHATEVER1A^*CAN1*
l
m[MG][MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   The IVT showed me how confident deaf people can be and I am very thankful for that.
rDEAF1ACAN1*SELF1A*AWARE1$INDEX1
l
mgehörlosekannselbstbewusst
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   Next we had to try and find a place to stay, because everything was already completely filled up.
rFULL1*FULL1*NO3B^*CAN1*TO-SLEEP1A
l
mvollvoll voll[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   We can work in our dream profession.
rCAN1*$GEST-OFF^TO-ACQUIRE1*MY1*
l
mkannschaffen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   And of all of those, maybe 10, no, 50,000, no wait, 50 can’t be/
r$NUM-TENS2A:5$NUM-THOUSANDS1:1$NUM-TENS2A:5*CAN1*
l
mfünfzigtausendfünfzig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Information about all the different options that were open to me just wasn’t there.
rDIVERSITY1*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*POSSIBLE1*CAN1*INFORMATION2B*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]vielmöglichkann kanninfo
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I can also imagine people in wheelchairs and everyone else living together.
rIMAGINATION1A*CAN1*ALSO3ADIFFERENT2*WHEELCHAIR2D*
l$INDEX1
mvorst{ellen}kannauchandererollst{uhl}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Just wanting to tell us something is already hard for them.
rLIKE3A*TO-LET-KNOW1A*CAN1*FEAR2*$GEST^
l
mwie
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   If it kept on developing like that and people started to learn from one another, okay.
rIMAGINATION1A*PROCEEDING2*CAN1*TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION2^*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*LIKE3B*
l
mvorst{ellen}kannstimmt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Right, but one can’t.
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^*$INDEX1CAN1*
l$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-OFF^*
maberkann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It’d be best if everyone knew how to finger spell, or the basics of sign language.
rBETTER2WHAT1B*ALL1A*CAN1*MANUAL-ALPHABET1OR1*TO-SIGN1B*
l
mbesserwasallekannalphabetoder
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It’d be best if everyone knew how to finger spell, or the basics of sign language.
rMANUAL-ALPHABET1OR1*TO-SIGN1B*CAN1*BASE-GROUND3$GEST-OFF^*
l
malphabetoderkanngrund
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Maybe it’ll work at some point in the future, I don’t know.
rCAN1*FUTURE1A*I2*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A
l
mzukunftweiß
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   One needs to think about that. I think it’s good that the two of us are talking about this now, that’s great.
rLIKE3A*CAN1*DISCUSSION1A^CLEAR1A*HENCE1
l
mwiekann[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   And the weird thing was that the teacher was only speaking and not able to sign.
rTO-SPEAK6*FULL2ATO-SIGN1ACAN1*TO-SPEAK6*
l
mvollkann nicht[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   That doesn’t work.
rCAN1^*$GEST-ATTENTION1^BUT1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mab{er}kann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   But in the best case, they’d be taught at the same school, that way they’d all be together there.
rSCHOOL1A*BUILDING1*AMONG-EACH-OTHER2CAN1*
l
mschule[MG]kann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   One of the educators knew how to sign a little by chance.
rEDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING2B*PERSON1$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN1B
l
merzieherkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   They always used those signs then.
rCAN1*$INDEX1AMONG-EACH-OTHER3*WITH1A*
l
mkannmit
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   But all hearing people can learn how to sign!”
rBUT1HEARING1A*ALL2A*CAN1*TO-LEARN1TO-SIGN1E*CAN1
l
maberhö{rend}kannlernenkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Imagine, everyone could learn sign language.
rCAN1*TO-LEARN1*TO-SIGN1B
l
mkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Then one could also imagine the classes at schools taught in sign language!
rCLASS2CLASS9$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN1B*TO-LEARN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mklassekannlern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   And nowadays, more naturalness and acceptance is being shown.
rTO-SHOW1A*MUCH-OR-MANY1A*OF-COURSE1B*CAN1*TO-ACKNOWLEDGE1*AND-SO-ON5$GEST-OFF^
l
mzeig zeig zeigvielselbst{verständlich}kannan{erkennen}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   If one wants to sign more intensively, for example on a level needed for German lessons, the knowledge of sign language isn’t enough.
rGERMAN1*WHAT1B*DEEP1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*
mtiefkann ni{cht}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I could imagine it happening in two separated groups.
r$GEST-OFF^I2$GEST-OFF^CAN1*TO-SEPARATE1C
l
m[MG]kann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Everybody says, ”You can’t do it.”
rALL1ACAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mallekann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Subconsciously, one keeps saying it to oneself; one can’t do it, one doesn’t know how.
rUNCONSCIOUSLY2CAN1*I2*TO-MAKE2*CAN1*
l
munbewusstkann nichtichkann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Subconsciously, one keeps saying it to oneself; one can’t do it, one doesn’t know how.
rCAN1*I2*TO-MAKE2*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtichkann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   That’s stupid! We can try everything, why not?
rBOLLOCKS1$GEST-OFF^*YOU-PLURAL1ACAN1*TO-TRY-OR-REHEARSAL1WHY1*NOT3A
l
mquatschkannprobierenwarumnicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It‘s so characteristic of deaf teachers to tell the students that they can’t do it.
rALSO1ATO-SAY2A*YOU1*CAN1*MACHINE-AIDED2A*
l
mauchgesagtautom{atisch}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   The knowledge of being able to do anything and having the right to make their own decision was missing.
rSELF1AI1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*OF-COURSE1B*TO-DECIDE1B*
l
mkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Yes, right. The problem is the teachers telling the students, “You can’t do it.”
rTEACHER2*TO-SPEAK5A*YOU1*CAN1*
l
mlehrer
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   They need to be aware they can do anything.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*
l
mkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   If they want something, they can do it.
rIF-OR-WHEN1ATO-WISH1BCAN1*
l
mwunschkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Presenting oneself as a role model is important, too.
rCAN1*ROLE-MODEL1TO-SHOW1BALSO1A
l
mkannvorbildzeigenauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   You can’t go in there.
rINTO2*$GEST-OFF^*
lYOU1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*CAN1*
mdu[MG]kann nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   I went home and met up with my former classmates, “Can you imagine? That’s nonsense!“
rCLASS2*TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION2^*TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION2^*
lMY1CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*NONSENSE1
mmein klassekannvorstellen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   I opened that mail again and it was true, I couldn’t believe it.
rTO-CLICK1*REALLY2I1CAN1*TO-BELIEVE2A*$GEST^
l
mkann nichtglauben
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   It’s been more than a year now since we could last sit down with him and talk about anything and everything.
rMORE1*CAN1*DISCUSSION1A*PERSON1^*$NAME-GUNTER-PUTTRICH1*
lOVER-OR-ABOUT1*YEAR1A*
müberein jahrmehrkann nichtdiskussionübergunter puttrich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   That’s why I can’t say anything about that.
rCAN1*I1TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3^
l
mkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   You can’t say anything about it, but I can.
r$GEST-AGREEMENT1^*CAN1*TO-SAY1I1CAN1
l
mkann nichtichkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I didn't really meet anyone.
r$GEST^I2$GEST^CAN1*$GEST^
l
m[MG][MG][MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I was good at sports, therefore I could picture myself becoming a PE teacher.
rCAN2B*GLADLY1AIM4CAN1*I2THROUGH1^*SPORTS1*
l
mkanngernzielkann[MG]sportlehrer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   There is always the possibility to go to some sort of further education or even going to college after the apprenticeship.
rABOVE3B^INCREASE1^*TO-STUDY2CAN1*
l
m[MG]auf{bau}studiumkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   He asked me if I could picture myself learning everything in it.
rI2CAN1*
l
mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   He gave me a task where I was supposed to check myself whether the numbers were correct or not.
rSELF2TO-ADD-UP1*THROUGH2ACAN1*TOGETHER4*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*TO-MATCH3
l
mselbstdurchkannstimmtpasst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   That means for example that my husband and I can’t sleep with each other.
rMAN5B*$INDEX1I1*CAN1*TOGETHER3A*TO-SLEEP1ABED1B
l
mmannichkann nichtzusammenschlafen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   That means for example that my husband and I can’t sleep with each other.
rTO-SLEEP1ABED1B$INDEX1CAN1*$INDEX1TOGETHER3A*CAN1*
l
mschlafenzusam{men}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   That means for example that my husband and I can’t sleep with each other.
rCAN1*$INDEX1TOGETHER3A*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
mzusam{men}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   There also are women who can’t get pregnant.
rLIKE-THIS4I2TO-WISH1B*CAN1*I1PREGNANT1A*CAN1*
l
michkann nicht[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   There also are women who can’t get pregnant.
rCAN1*I1PREGNANT1A*CAN1*
l
mkann nicht[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   That is also possible.
rCAN1*THERE-IS3ALSO1A*
l
mgibtauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   In rare cases it might exist.
r$GEST-OFF^RARELY2TO-SHOW1A^*CAN1*
l
maberseltenkann kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   You can never know whether everything will work out well.
rLONG-TIME4B^*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BI1*CAN1*TO-SAY1^
l
mlängerkonnte nichtwissen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   I’m old already, but the young people have to continue fighting. They have to build things up.
rACTIVE1^I1*OLD2C*CAN1*$INDEX1*$ORAL^YOUNG1
l
maberich binschon altaberjungen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   You can’t afford to pay for it privately.
rTO-LET2B^$GEST-OFF^*PRIVATE2BCAN1*TO-PAY1
l
msonstprivat[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   Someone made a phone call for me and the appointment could be postponed.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*$INDEX1*$GEST^*$INDEX1*
l
mkonnten
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   But no one was available.
r$INDEX1I1I-AM-SORRY3CAN1*TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2*
l
michtut mir leid[MG]schicken
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   If I ask one and she has no time I have to keep looking.
rI2QUESTION1$INDEX1CAN1*MUST1*I1*TO-SEARCH1*
l
mfragekann n{icht}ichsuchen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   They employ you and then you can work there.
rCAN1*TO-HIRE1C*TO-WORK1TO-HIRE1C*
lTHERE1
m[MG]kanneinstellenarbeit
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Though they can't count that into the score.
r$INDEX1PROOF1*CAN1*
l
mbeweis[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Personally I think that deaf people can still use it to their advantage.
r$GEST-OFF^$INDEX1DEAF1A*CAN1*TO-EXPLOIT1
l
m[MG]kannausnutzen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Oh god, I can’t even imagine that.
r$GEST^
lI1*CAN1*IMAGINATION3I1
mkann nichtvorstellen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Were they able to stop the decline of the vision?
rUSHER-SYNDROME3^
l$INDEX1CAN1*STOP1
m[MG]kannstopp
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Does that mean you don’t have the time?
rMEANING1$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^CAN1*$INDEX1
l
mbedeutet
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   The mincemeat isn’t a problem.
r$INDEX1*NONE6*PROBLEM1^*CAN1*$INDEX1MINCED-MEAT3YOU1*
l
mkeinprob{lem}du
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   One can drive there, one just needs to go up and down.
rTO1^*CAN1*$PROD
l
mmuss
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   The problem is that my boyfriend doesn’t eat mushrooms.
rMUSHROOM2B
lMY1*LIFE-PARTNER1CAN1*
mmein[MG]pilz
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   I could eat a whole one and finish it on my own.
rSOLID1*CAN1*$PRODCAN2A*
lI1*
mfestich kannkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   No, that won’t work.
r
lNO1BNOT3ACAN1*
m[MG][MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   My boyfriend and I both don’t like it.
rCAN1*CAN1*
lMY2*LIFE-PARTNER1$INDEX1LIFE-PARTNER1$INDEX1*
m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   My boyfriend and I both don’t like it.
rCAN1*CAN1*
lMY2*LIFE-PARTNER1$INDEX1LIFE-PARTNER1$INDEX1*
m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   No, I can’t do that.
r
lNO1BI1*CAN1*
m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   If they had to do it all over again, they wouldn't make it.
rMOON1B*WHERE1A$GEST-OFF^CAN1*
l
mmondwo wo wo[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   It's not possible, though, and there is no air up there on the moon, either.
rCAN1*ABOVE1^DIFFERENT1AIR1*
l
mandereluft
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   I had to speak; it was a must.
rTO-SPEAK1AWITHOUT2TO-SPEAK1ACAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
msprechenohnesprechen[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   She couldn't speak in the past.
r$INDEX1PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*TO-SPEAK1A*CAN1*
l
mfrüher[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   Then I can just say that I can't hear anything.
rI1*CAN1*TO-HEAR1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
m[MG]kann nichthören
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   Many say that they can't translate music in sign language, because it is just too difficult.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1A*$INDEX1*I1CAN1*MUSIC1*WITH1A*DIFFICULT1
l
michkann nichtmusik[MG]schwierig
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   In the past interpreters were not able to translate music.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*CAN1*
l$INDEX1*
mfrüherkann nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   Only at night, when it has to go outside and pee. Then it is possible that it barks.
rTO-PEE2*WRINKLE-CHEEK2A^$GEST-OFF^CAN1*
l
mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Yes, but why then doesn’t Ukraine do anything?
r$GEST-OFF^*$INDEX1$INDEX1CAN1*NOW1$INDEX1RUSSIA1^
l
mjajetztkannaberukraine
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I saw, that they were signing, which was very interesting to me.
rTO-SEE1INTEREST1B$INDEX1*CAN1*TO-SIGN1A
l
m[MG]interessekann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Before that the head is too small, it’s impossible.
r$PROD$INDEX1*$PRODCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mfrühkopfklein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I didn’t want to take the test again. I just couldn’t.
rI2*CAN1*I2ONCE-AGAIN2AONCE-MORE1A
l
mkann ni{cht}noch malwieder
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   So is personal hygiene important to you or could you do without?
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^*IMPORTANT1OFF-CLOSED2*CAN1*TO-FOREGO-STH1YOU1*
l
mwichtig[MG]kannverzicht[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   Sure, I wasn't there to witness it. Still, I empathized with those people.
rI1TO-BELONG-TO1EXPERIENCE1ACAN1*I2*FEELING3WITH1A
l
merlebtaberichgefühlmitgefühl
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   But I couldn't do that anymore.
rCAN1*
l
m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   At some point I couldn't do it anymore.
rCAN1*BACK-AND-FORTH1*
l
mkann nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   I ranted that this was just outrageous and that I could not stand it.
rTO-SAY1POSSIBLE1*I1CAN1*$INDEX1
l
m[MG]kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   I just couldn’t do it.
rI1CAN1*$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
l
m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   I just couldn’t stay. I wanted to look for a hotel.
rI1SOLID1B^*I1CAN1*I1TO-SEARCH1I1
l
mbleibensuchen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   I just couldn’t stay. I wanted to look for a hotel.
rI1LIKE-THIS1A$INDEX1*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
mso[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   I didn't want to do it in the beginning because I can't fingerspell.
rCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
lMANUAL-ALPHABET1I1CAN1I2
mfingeralphabetkann nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   The eldest always asked what was being said on TV.
rCAN1*$LIST1:2of3d*$LIST1:1of3d$LIST1:1of3d*
l
mkannimmer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   I met the mother again and she told me that my daughter could stay until ten o’clock.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*$GEST-ATTENTION1^YOU1*CAN1*$INDEX1TO-OWN-TO-EXIST1DAUGHTER1
l
mochdukannverabredendeinetochter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   She came down a little time later and said that she couldn't get down sooner because she was in the bathroom.
r$GEST-OFF^*TO-SIT1A*I2CAN1*TO-LET-KNOW1A^*FAST1A*STAIRS1*
l
mwarauf kloichkannnichtschnellrunter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   If a deaf woman has a hearing husband, she can ask him for help, even though he is not a real interpreter.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*$INDEX1HUSBAND1HEARING1B
l
m[MG]kannwarummannhörend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   I didn't have any time for my second child.
r$NUM-ORDINAL1:2dCAN1*I1NO1A*I1
l$INDEX1
mzweitekeine zeit
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Yes, maybe because the others didn't get it and maybe that's why.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1AWHY2A*$INDEX1*CAN1*ALL2A$INDEX1
l
mwarumanderekann nichtmitbekommendarum
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   You were able to go swimming and look through the glass windows at the bottom.
r$GEST^I2*TO-SWIM1*CAN1*TO-SEE1*WINDOW6*GLASS1E*
l
m[MG]kannfensterglas
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   But that person wanted to create something like a perfume.
rSUCCESS1TO-FIND1A^*PERFUME3*CAN1*PERFUME3CAN1*TO-MAKE4
l
m[MG]erfundenparfümkannparfümkannmachen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   But that person wanted to create something like a perfume.
rPERFUME3*CAN1*PERFUME3CAN1*TO-MAKE4
l
mparfümkannparfümkannmachen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   But we could also go to Dresden.
rDRESDEN1TO-GO-THERE2CAN1*DRESDEN1*I1
l
mdresdenkanndresden
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   I could drive there with you.
rI2CAN1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
l
mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   You can see the sculpture from afar.
rCAN1*$ORAL^$PRODTO-LOOK-AT1*
l
mkannauf
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   I already knew how to do that though, I mean reading. I learned to read at age three.
rALREADY1B*ALREADY1B*TO-READ-BOOK1E*CAN1*I1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d*OLD8B
l
mschonleskanndreialt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   It was nice because I was just able to talk using my hands. I understood everything.
rREASON4ATO-SIGN1G*CAN1*SUCCESS1*CAN2B*TO-SIGN1G*
l
mgrundkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Her teacher wanted me to go to school in Euskirchen, too, after my sister finished school.
rCAN1*TEACHER1HIS-HER1TO-WISH1A*
l
mkannlehrerinwünsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I'm bad at stitching, but my sister's good at it.
rTO-SEW1I2*$GEST-OFF^CAN1*I2SISTER1A*TO-SEW1
l
mnichtaber meinschwesternähen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I could do the simple things, but the more complicated designs were completely new to me.
rEASY1TO-SEW1CAN1*BUT1*TOLERANT1^CLOTHES1A*
l
meinfachnähenkannaber[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I couldn’t do all that.
rI1CAN1*$INDEX1I1
l
m
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I couldn’t do it, I had no idea how.
rCAN1*NO-CLUE1I1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I mean, I couldn’t help them.
rI1$GEST-OFF^CAN1*TO-HELP5
l$GEST^
mkann nichthelfen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   We'd finally have a broader spectrum.
r$INDEX2*CAN1*I1*POSSIBLE1*EVERYTHING2*
l
mkannalles
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   You'd only have to come to Erfurt and that's it.
rCAN1*TO-COME1*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1ALL1C
l
mkannalle
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   I would see it and then I would send in my application.
rCAN1*APPLICATION1I1TO-SPOT1
l
mkannbewerbungich[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Well, I can't go back in time.
rTIME1MACHINE4*BACK3*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mzeitmaschinezurückkann n{icht}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Just one day? That is not possible. I know that the festival went on for two days.
rI2$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*DAY2*CAN1*DAY2*I1
l
meintag[MG]zwei tageich
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   One-and-a-half hours of interpreting seem impossible for one person, though.
rHALF6*$INDEX1INTERPRETER1CAN1*$INDEX1
l
mhalbdolmetsch[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   That one can communicate with hearing persons.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*WITH1A*HEARING1A*COMMUNICATION1A
l
mkannmithörenkommunika{tion}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   And of course I can only recommend it.
rFURTHER1A*TO-RECOMMEND1C*CAN1*CLEAR1A*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mweiterempfehlenklarkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   And of course I can only recommend it.
rTO-RECOMMEND1C*CAN1*CLEAR1A*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mklarkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   We cannot work together.
rI1TOGETHER1A*TO-WORK1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mzusammenarbeit
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Communication goes via a hearing person to another hearing person. This possibility is not available for me for private concerns.
rHEARING1APRIVATE2BCAN1*
l$INDEX1
mhörendprivat
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   They are able to communicate a little bit.
r$INDEX1TO-BELIEVE2B*CAN1*I1COMMUNICATION1ABIT1A
l
mkann[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   I would have loved to see all of them but that was impossible. You had to pick.
rGLADLY1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*I2CAN1*I2*SELECTION1H*
l
mgern[MG]kannmussauswähl
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   Well, what can I say? I can’t cut myself in half, can I?
rI2*$GEST-OFF^I2*CAN1*I2*$PROD$PROD
l
m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   Well, what can I say? I can’t cut myself in half, can I?
r$PROD$PRODI2*CAN1*NOT3B*
l
m[MG][MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   I watched it, but couldn't quite imagine everything.
rI1*TO-LOOK-AT1*I2CAN1*IMAGINATION3*I2$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkann nichtvorstellen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   I resigned at the club.
r$INDEX1I2CAN1*I2TO-SIGN-A-FORM1B^*
l
m[MG]kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Yes, I can see that.
rCAN1*TO-SEE1
l
msehen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Therefore, I can't imagine building a house that close to water.
rHOUSE1BCLOSE-BY1B*WATER1IMAGINATION1A*
lCAN1*I2CAN1*
mhaus[MG]wasservor{stellen}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Therefore, I can't imagine building a house that close to water.
rIMAGINATION1A*$GEST-OFF^*
lCAN1*I2CAN1*
mvor{stellen}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   So, it‘s possible in my small village to say that you don’t want a hearing priest, but that a deaf priest should come around.
r$INDEX1*I1CAN1*MY1*VILLAGE3*I1*
l
mkannmeindorf
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   So, it‘s possible in my small village to say that you don’t want a hearing priest, but that a deaf priest should come around.
rTO-WISH1BDEAF1APRIEST3CAN1*TO-MOVE1^*
l
mwünschpfarrer[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   At the muslim/
rI1TO-BELIEVE2BYOU1*CAN1*QUESTION1*$INDEX1*
l$GEST-OFF^
m[MG]gla{ube}kannfrag mal
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   So, for example, the communication assistant could do something for me.
r$PRODTRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION2^*CAN1*FOR1*CAN1$INDEX1
lIF-OR-WHEN1A*
mwennkannfürkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   It's also important for them to have lots of previous knowledge, because then I'd gladly hire them.
rTO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*CAN1*GLADLY1*TO-TAKE1A
lBEFOREHAND1$INDEX1*TO-LIST1C*
mvo{rher}kann kann kannnehmen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   Back then, the state of the GDR financed everything, not the people themselves.
rTO-PAY6*$INDEX1SELF1A*CAN1*STATE1A
lFUNDING1*
mbezahlenselbststaat
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   They didn't succeed on their own, but only with the help of western Germany.
rSELF1A*CAN1*LINK2
l$INDEX1
mselbst
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   If you have a problem, you get help and support so you can get better.
rPROBLEM1*PRESENT-OR-HERE1$GEST^CAN1*TO-SUPPORT5FOR1*BETTER1*
l
mproblem dakannunterstützendafürbesser
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   She could've been the queen one day.
r$INDEX1$INDEX1CAN1*FUTURE1A*TO-RISE6*$INDEX1*
l
mkannzukunft[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   I thought, “Great, she signs with the kids.”
rI1*TO-LOOK2*FINE3*CAN1*$INDEX1TO-SIGN1A*CHILD2*
l
m[MG]feinkanngebärdenkinder
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   She signed a little.
rCAN1*$INDEX1TO-SIGN1A*$INDEX1*
l
mkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   That was why I helped her.
rI1CAN1*TO-HELP1*
l
mhelfen helfen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   I don‘t watch it on TV.
rPOINTLESS3A*CAN1*TO-SEE1TO-PRESS-WITH-THUMB1^*POSSIBLE1*
l
m[MG]kann nchtsehenfilm
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   However, I was told I could not do it because the teacher didn‘t know enough about it.
r$INDEX1I1CAN1*$INDEX1WHY5*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB2
l
mkann nichtwarumkenn
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Yet, the teacher told me I couldn‘t pick that topic because he didn‘t know enough about it.
rI1CAN1*I1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2ANOT3A
l$INDEX1*$INDEX1
m[MG]ichkann nichtweißnicht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Yet, he told me I couldn‘t.
r$INDEX1*I1CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   That didn‘t work out because it was more important to get an internship.
rCAN1*I1INTERNSHIP1IMPORTANT1
l
m[MG]praktikumwichtig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   That was impossible, though. I was incredibly cold.
rTO-SHIVER1^
lCAN1*
m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   I could never do that.
rI1CAN1*I1
l
mich[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   He held that position for two or four years; he did his job well.
rYEAR1B*YEAR1B*$INDEX1*CAN1*GOOD1$GEST-OFF^
l
mzwei odervier jahrekanngut[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Fortunately, I was sometimes able to lip read, otherwise I would have been completely lost.
rI2LUCK3*$INDEX1CAN1*I1*COMMUNICATION1A*MOUTH1A^
l
mglückkannablesen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   I thought, “How would he know? I want to study.”
rI1CAN1*ON-PERSON1*I1TO-PERSUADE-$CANDIDATE-LEI19^
l
m[MG]kann nichtauf[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   I was able to speak a little, I was degree one.
rI1CAN1*BIT4*$GEST-OFF^CONVERSATION2
l
m[MG]kannbisschenwiegespräch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   It's true, you can see it in the case of the polar bears.
rTO-SEE1*THROUGH2BPOLAR-BEAR1CAN1*TO-SEE1*
l
msiehtmaneisbärkann mansehen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   The wife was angry because she didn't want him to kill the kittens.
rWOMAN1A*TO-BEAT1^*CAN1*$INDEX1*TO-BEAT1^*
l$INDEX1*
mfrauschimpfen schimpfenfraukann nichtschimpfen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   She should have paid a fine of 2000 Deutsche Ost-Mark [old East-German currency].
r$INDEX1*CAN1*PENALTY1A$NUM-THOUSANDS1:2$ALPHA1:D
l
mkannstrafezweitausendd-d-r
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_05 | 61+f   At first she couldn't say because she was embarrassed but she confessed later.
rCAN1*TO-SAY1*SHAME5$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkann nichtsagenschämen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   If students are completely deaf, it is impossible for them to go to a regular high school.
rTO-TRANSFER1B*TO-HEAR2SCHOOL1D*CAN1*
l
mhörendschu{le}[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   If the children have deaf parents, they can usually sign as well.
rRIGHT-OR-CORRECT1BLOST-HEARING1*$INDEX1CAN1*TO-SIGN1A
l
mgehörloskann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   She was so happy that I was able to say those words.
r
lCAN1*
mkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   I had seen them hitting the kids' bottoms.
rEDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING4*EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING4*$GEST-OFF^*
lTO-SPOT1CAN1*CHILD2*TO-BEAT4*
mblicker{zieher}erzieherkannkinderschlagen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_08 | 46-60f   Without computers, everything as it was in the old days, I couldn’t imagine that anymore.
rOLD5A*BACK3*I1*CAN1*
l
maltzurück[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_08 | 46-60f   But nowadays, you couldn't put your cell phone down like that either, right?
rYOU1*MOBILE3TO-LET2A*CAN1*MUST1
l
mhandy[MG]muss
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_08 | 46-60f   I can't message with so many people at the same time.
rTO-LOOK-AT1*$GEST-OFF^*I2CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*I2
l
mnein[MG]darum
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I just couldn’t stay in Halberstadt.
rI1*SURROUNDING1B*I1CAN1*TO-SIT1A^I1*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I just couldn’t stay in Halberstadt.
rCAN1*TO-SIT1A^I1*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Eventually, I was really busy.
rCAN1*NEVERTHELESS2A*TO-COME2^*I2
lTO-WAIT1B*
mtrotzdem[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Sure, that would have been impossible.
rCLEAR1A*CAN1*
l
mklar[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   That would have been way to far.
r$GEST^CAN1*$GEST^
lORIENTATION1A^
m[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I don't have a tough time taking the train or bus, but when being the only person standing there waiting, I feel more comfortable taking a cab.
r$GEST^$LIST1:2of3d$GEST^LINK1$GEST-DECLINE1^
lCAN1*TO-GET-IN1*
mverbindung
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Yet, the problem was that my bike didn't fit into his cab.
r$GEST^CAB1*CAN1*$GEST^
lPROBLEM1
mproblemwohertaxi[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I thought that maybe I could be vice-president.
rI1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2I1CAN1*
l
mzweitekann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   They also have a bowling department. You can switch between the different kinds of sports.
rBOWLING2*CAN1*ALL2C*
l
mbowlingkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   But I didn’t want to.
rCAN1*TO-TAKE1ANOT3A*
lI1I1
mneenehmenicht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I just can’t, I automatically remember my leg and have to tell them no.
rLEG1A*MY1LEG3*CAN1*LIKE-THIS1A*
lNO6*$GEST-OFF^*
mbeinbeinnein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   But I can’t drink that much at once.
r
lI1SELF1ACAN1*TO-DRINK1SELF1ACAN1*
mselbermilchselber
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   But I can’t drink that much at once.
r
lCAN1*TO-DRINK1SELF1ACAN1*LEG3I2$GEST-OFF^*
mmilchselber
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   They forced me to eat whole piles of food; I couldn’t even eat that much!
r$INDEX1*SPOON1B^CAN1*
lMY1$GEST-OFF^*
m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I thought she was a nice woman and very active, but she did not really know how to sign.
r$INDEX1ACTIVE2*TO-SIGN1ACAN1*$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^$INDEX1
l
maber
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The others had huge problems with understanding what was taught. It just wouldn’t work, and the teacher did not like that.
rPROBLEM1*ALL1A*$INDEX1CAN1*TEACHER2*TO-SEE1*
l$INDEX1
mproblem[MG]lehrer
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   There were some that would just learn it all by heart, but I was not able to do that.
rTHERE-IS3*PERCEPTION1*I1CAN1*PERCEPTION1CAN1*I1
l
mgibt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   There were some that would just learn it all by heart, but I was not able to do that.
rI1CAN1*PERCEPTION1CAN1*I1CAN1*
l
m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   There were some that would just learn it all by heart, but I was not able to do that.
rPERCEPTION1CAN1*I1CAN1*
l
m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   When I take something in and then am expected to repeat it exactly the same way I simply can’t do it.
rEQUAL1AANSWER1I1*CAN1*
l
mgleichantwort
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   Or reading long texts just like that is just impossible.
rTEXT1BTO-TALK1*I1CAN1*
l
m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   My colleague from work who I get along with well did not know how to sign at all.
rGOOD1BOTH2A*I1CAN1*TO-SIGN1A
l$INDEX1
m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   There are many jobs that people say deaf people are unable to do.
rPROFESSION1A*DEAF1A*$INDEX1CAN1*
lTO-LIST1C
mbe{ruf}[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I said I could not imagine staying until the machine would break down.
rI1*CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*FUTURE1A*REALLY2*
l
mkann nichtvorst{ellen}zukunft
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Large people are not even able to go up there.
rFAT-BODY1CAN1*HIGH6CAN1*FAT-BODY1*
l
m[MG][MG][MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Large people are not even able to go up there.
rFAT-BODY1CAN1*HIGH6CAN1*FAT-BODY1*CAN1*
l
m[MG][MG][MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Large people are not even able to go up there.
rHIGH6CAN1*FAT-BODY1*CAN1*
l
m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   It is not possible to go around each other.
rI2$PRODCAN1*
l
mich[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Yes, I can talk about that, I definitely remember that time: It was awful.
rYES2CAN1*I1MEMORY-OR-REMINDER3APRESENT-OR-HERE1
l
mjakannicherinnerungda
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   It won't work without an interpreter, though.
rWITHOUT1*INTERPRETER1*I2CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mohnedolme{tscher}[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Right! I couldn't make it because I had to work.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^I1CAN1*TO-WORK2I1CAN1*
l
mach soarbeiten
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Right! I couldn't make it because I had to work.
rCAN1*TO-WORK2I1CAN1*TO-WORK2*CAN1*I1*
l
marbeitenarbeit
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Right! I couldn't make it because I had to work.
rI1CAN1*TO-WORK2*CAN1*I1*
l
marbeit
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   That is why I practiced a lot, got better and better, and was able to speak very well at some point. That‘s how it went down.
rTO-PRACTICE1PERFECT2TO-SPEAK5ACAN1*GOOD1*$GEST-OFF^$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]gut[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   You were able to go to the movies, take a trip during your leisure time and come back home late at night.
rTO-LET1*LATE2*HOME6*CAN1*$GEST^$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
l
mspätheimkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   But my second choice was good, as well. I would even be able to upskill to detailer later on.
rGOOD1LIKE3A*FUTURE1BCAN1*FURTHER1A*EDUCATION1*AS-OR-THAN3
l
mauch gutwiezukunftkannweiterbildungals
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   They are able to use signs during lunch break.
rSCHOOL1DPAUSE1ALL2C*CAN1*ALSO3A*ALL2C*BIT4
l
mschulpausekannauchbisschen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   They spoke and gesticulated a bit, but they always spoke slowly so that I was able to read their lips.
rTO-SPEAK1B*I1SELF1ACAN1*GOOD1MOUTH1A*CAN1
l
mlangsamselbstkanngutmundablesenkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I assured them that, of course, I could drive a car.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^I1CAN1*CAR-DRIVING2
l
mjaichkannautofahren
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   There was money and we could experience everything.
r$GEST^*WHATEVER3*EVERYTHING1B*CAN1*EXPERIENCE1A*
l
megalalleskannerleben
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   Somebody said that I was allowed to go wherever I liked in the world, shopping, living, whatever.
rTO-POINT-AT1*CAN1*$INDEX1*WHAT1A*DIFFERENT3^
l
mkannwoanders
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   That wasn't possible in the GDR.
r$INDEX1GDR4*MONEY1ACAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
md-d-rgeld
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   And that I wasn't able to call someone.
rCAN1*I2*PHONE1B^$GEST-OFF^*
l
mkann nichtanrufen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   I replied that wouldn't work and that we really had to keep on driving.
rI2*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^I2$INDEX1*
l
mmuss
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   Then he asked for the alternor's age.
rCAN1*TO-MAKE3*$INDEX1*QUESTION1*
l$INDEX1*
m[MG]frage
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   I said, “It is not possible.”
rI2*IN-ADDITION1^*CAN1*
l
m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   It wasn't possible to drive on. First, we had to reverse the car slowly.
rMUST1*BACK1A$PRODCAN1*$ORAL^$PROD
l
mmusszurückfahrenmuss[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   When we arrived in Halle, we weren't able to bring our children to nursery school.
rEXACT4*SMALL3^*TO-THROW1^CAN1*
l
m[MG]kindergartenwegschicken
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   I can’t get anything from the bank.
rBANK1TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*CAN1*
l
mbank[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   So he returned and stayed in motor sports. He can’t stop.
rTO-BELONG1^*TO-STAY3TO-END3BCAN1*$INDEX1
l
mbleibenaufhör
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   I held my camera and tried to take a picture of the passing cars but it wouldn’t work because the cars drove by so quickly.
rCAMERA-PHOTO1*$PRODCAMERA-PHOTO1*CAN1*CAMERA-PHOTO1
l
mfoto
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   No, I couldn’t do it that way.
rI1
lCAN1*
m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   From there, I have all three in my field of vision.
rTO-OBSERVE1*I1*$PROD
lCAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
mkanndrei
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   He began to argue, saying he only wanted one day, not three.
rPROTEST1*TO-REDUCE1*DAY1A*TO-JOIN2A*
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d*CAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*
m[MG]dreieintag
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   And then we were told we couldn't get in, because all the seats were already taken.
rQUEUE-PERSONS1B*OVER-AND-DONE1BUT1*CAN1*$INDEX1INTO2
l
mvollauskann nichtmehr rein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   I can't say what they were exactly, though.
r$GEST-OFF^CAN1*$INDEX1EVERYTHING2TO-SAY1
l
mkann nichtallessagen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   The kids weren't able to go to school during that time.
rCHILD2*TO-GO-THERE1*SCHOOL1A*CAN1*$INDEX1*
l
mkinderschule[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   Despite having a CI they couldn't understand anything and needed captions, too.
rCI1$INDEX1I1CAN1*TO-UNDERSTAND1TO-NEED1SUBTITLES1
l
mc-ikann nichtverstehenbrauchenuntertitel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   We discussed two topics.
rCAN1*FIRST-OF-ALL1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*
l$INDEX1*
mer{stens}zwei{tens}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   You can only hope that the teacher knows sign language.
rTO-HOPE1A*PRESENT-OR-HERE1TEACHER2*CAN1*TO-SIGN1G*BEAUTIFUL1A
l
mhoffedalehrerkannschön
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It’s obviously a problem if they don’t.
r$INDEX1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mwenn[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   Hearing people think you can improve speech with a CI and hearing aids.
rTO-THINK1B$INDEX1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*CAN1*TO-SPEAK4
lCI1HEARING-AID1
mkannc-ihör{gerät}spreche
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   Whatever I do - talking to my daughter, going shopping - it just works fine.
rTO-SHOP1TO-GO-THERE1*$PRODCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
meinkaufen[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   You might have been able to use the phone, but I wasn't.
rI2CAN1*
lMORE1TO-PHONE1
mmehr
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   But what if you have appointments? You can’t always pull the breaks immediately.
rBUT1*APPOINTMENT1A*SOON2^CAN1*BREAK2$GEST-OFF^*
l
maberterminkann auchnicht bremse
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   If I constantly endured it, it will get so bad I’d be completely wiped out.
rTO-CRASH1*$INDEX1*I1*CAN1*NOT1*
l
m[MG]kannnicht mehr machen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I couldn't go on working, because I was dizzy and sick.
rI2TO-WORK2^*$INDEX1CAN1*TO-LIST1C*I1*DIZZY1B
l
marbei{t}schwindel{ig}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   If I am somewhere loud or if people around me talk a lot, I cannot hear it with only one hearing aid.
rLOUD1C*TO-SWARM1I1*CAN1*$INDEX1*I1
l
mlau{t}e
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It goes totally awry.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dTO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*ASKEW1*
l
meinschief
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I have to turn it off then and have my peace.
rI2FEELING3*CAN1*MUST1OFF-CLOSED2*DONE3A
l
mmussaus
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It doesn’t work with only one of them.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:1d$INDEX1*CAN1*I2
l
meins
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   He can understand speech.
r$INDEX1CAN1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*$INDEX1
l
mgut[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   He can speak himself and perceive speech through his ear.
r$INDEX1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*PERCEPTION1*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
m[MG]kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I cannot keep it switched on all the time.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I understand you.
rCAN1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*
l
m
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I can understand everything there.
rI2CAN1*EVERYTHING2*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*
l
malle{s}aufnehmen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   When hearing people talk to each other, I don’t understand them.
rTO-SPEAK1AI2TO-HEAR1CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   It's possible that everything already got poisoned by it.
rCAN1*TO-TRY-OR-REHEARSAL1^*REALLY2*POISON1A
l
msogargift
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   Can you do that?
rHOW-QUESTION1TO-DESTROY1CAN1*TO-DESTROY1CAN1
l
mwie[MG]kann kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   How much waste do you think would fit into a rocket?
rMEASURE2BBEFOREHAND2*$INDEX4*CAN1*GARBAGE3*GARBAGE3*HOW-MUCH5*
l
mvorherdaatommüllmüllwie viel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I couldn't give it up.
rI2CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   She is not able to use the one-handed finger spelling.
r$INDEX1MANUAL-ALPHABET1*CAN1*
l
moma
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   You can ride it in the park as well.
r$PROD
l$INDEX1PARK1A$INDEX1CAN1*
moderparkkann auch[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   But you can definitely go to Herford.
r$GEST-OFF^CAN1*
lHERFORD1AREA1A
mherfordokay
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   After ten minutes of signing everything becomes tense and hurts.
rALREADY1ATO-SIGN1D$INDEX1CAN1*OUCH1*TO-SUFFER1A^*OUCH1*
l
m[MG]tut weh
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   That was hard for me, as well, because I didn't speak any German.
rREASON4A*I1GERMAN1CAN1*I1NOT1
l
mgrunddeutschkann nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But we don’t have to excuse ourselves when we aren’t there, either.
rLIKE4A*APOLOGY1I2CAN1*OUTDOORS2^WHATEVER3
l
mwiee{ntschuldigung}ichkann nichtkommenegal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I was picked on, because of my poor German, and for being fat.
rTO-CRITICISE1A*$INDEX1I1CAN1*GERMAN1$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
m[MG]kann nichtdeutschzwei
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Can you imagine that?
rCAN1*IMAGINATION3*$GEST^
l
mkann du dirvorstellen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   We couldn't really talk about problems.
rMY1*PROBLEM2AI1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mmeinproblem
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   We lacked a connection - we weren't able to give anything to each other.
rTO-LACK1A$GEST-OFF^TO-GIVE2*CAN1*TO-GIVE-HOLD-ON-TO1A*HENCE1PROCEEDING2^
l
mfehltkann nicht[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I realized that being hard of hearing has the advantage of being able to perceive via the ears.
rADVANTAGE1I2TO-LISTEN1CAN1*
l
mvorteilkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I don’t even know how to snowboard or ski; I’d have to learn that first.
rI1SNOWBOARD1SKI1CAN1*NOT3A*I1FIRST-TIME3A*
l
msnow{board}skikannnichtmuss erstmal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But luckily I can sign.
rLUCK2*I2TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*I1$GEST-OFF^
l
mglückkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Photos really can’t capture it.
r$INDEX1I2CAN1*PHOTO1CAN1*
l
mkann nichtfotogeht nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Photos really can’t capture it.
rI2CAN1*PHOTO1CAN1*
l
mkann nichtfotogeht nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   You can’t compare it.
rCAN1*COMPARISON3
l
mkann du nichtvergleich
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   My colleague spent six weeks there, the colours are indescribable.
r$GEST^$MORPH-UN5*COLOUR1A*CAN1*DESCRIPTION1B*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]farbeunbeschreiblich
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   It might be possible, yes.
rYES1ACAN1*THERE-IS3*YES1A
l
mjakannja
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   You can only stay in one place, since you wouldn’t really be able to travel around.
rYES1A*$ORAL^$INDEX1CAN1*
l
mjaaber[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Nearby places can also be nice.
r$INDEX1CAN1*ALSO1ACLOSE-BY1B*BEAUTIFUL1A
l
mkannauchnahschön
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But well, that’s not possible.
r$GEST-NM^$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^$GEST^CAN1*$GEST^
l
m[MG][MG][MG]kannnicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   If your health is on the line, you are no longer able to travel.
rHEALTHY1A*BAD-OR-STALE1CAN1*YES1A*
l
mgesund[MG]kann nichtja
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   People weren‘t supposed to be courageous. They were held back, so everyone stayed good.
rCOURAGE1*WHO2TO-LOOK3*CAN1*TO-SIT1AWELL-BEHAVED1BTO-SWARM1*
l
mmutwer[MG][MG][MG]brav
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   They have headaches all the time.
rLATER10*CAN1*TO-FORGET1^*
l
mspä{ter}kannkopfschmerzen kopfschmerzen kopfschmerzen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   For instance, if a small child gets a CI, but learns sign language simultaneously, there's the chance to connect to the deaf community also.
rEXAMPLE5CI1CAN1*$INDEX1*EXAMPLE1*SMALL3^
l$INDEX1
mbeispielc-ikannzum bei{spiel}groß
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Some people can't sign then, that's exhausting.
rCAN1*NOT3B*TO-SIGN1A*LIKE-THIS1A
l
mkannni{cht}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   If you hear yourself then, you are able to correct your speech.
r$INDEX1*TO-MEND-STH1*TO-SPEAK4*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mausbessernsprechenkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   He can't.
rCAN1*
l
mkann nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   You can either sign or you can't.
rCAN2ATO-SIGN1A*CAN1*NOT3A*
l
mkannkannnicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   No, walking as such was fine.
r$INDEX1TO-RUN8*CAN1*GOOD1*TO-RUN8*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   I know a movie, what’s its name again/
rTO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1AMOVIE1$ALPHA1:Y*CAN1*$INDEX1$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
l
mkennenfilmkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   I don’t care, I want to accept the offer and experience something.
rTO-IGNORE5*WHATEVER3*I1CAN1*TO-GRAB1A^*I1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*
l
m[MG]egalichkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   And I’m by myself and able to pay for my vacation, not many can do that.
rYOU-PLURAL1BCAN2A*TO-PAY1^*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtleisten
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   I couldn’t eat it all, though.
rEVERYTHING1B*
lCAN1*$INDEX1*
m[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   Yes, or that. Impossible, no.
r$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
lI1POSSIBLE1*I1*CAN1*
munmöglich[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   And my family, too, I can’t travel around that much.
rFAMILY1CAN1*$PROD$GEST-OFF^
l
mfamilie[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   If I hadn’t visited the clubs there, I wouldn’t have been able to build up the club in Münster as well as I did.
rNOT3B*$INDEX1*I2*CAN1*$CUED-SPEECH*$INDEX1NOT3B*
l
m[MG]ichkannmünster
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   I just can’t top that.
rTO-OVERTAKE1*CAN1*I2$GEST-OFF^
l
müberholen[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   At some point I was asked whether I wanted to move up.
rSOMETIME1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*$INDEX2*CAN1*FURTHER1B*
l
m[MG]kannweiter
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   I couldn’t have just cut down the existing chairman.
rFEELING3I1TO-DROP-OR-TO-GIVE-UP8*CAN1*
l
mfühleab[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   The parents can’t take care of everything, the garden, repairing stuff, it doesn’t work.
rALL1CGARDEN7*TO-REPAIR1*CAN1*
l
mallegarten[MG]kann nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   I couldn’t rent a costume.
rI1CAN1*I1*MUST1TO-BORROW1
l
m[MG]kann ich nichtichmussleihen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   I couldn’t drive off.
rTO-DRIVE1CAN1*$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
l
mfahren[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   The young generation can’t put anything together.
rDIFFERENT1*OFFSPRING1*ACTIVE2*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mandere
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   But maybe there are no interpreters available at that point.
rINTERPRETER1SOMETIMES1CAN1*$GEST^
l
mdolmetschermanchmal[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   It wouldn’t work without one.
rWITHOUT2CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   But one cannot say when, at what time or in how many years in the future the flood will recur.
r$ORAL^YEAR1ALATER5*CAN1*TO-SAY1*FUTURE1B$INDEX1
l
mwie vielejahrekannsagenzukunft
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   But if I can't live on my own, if I can't do that and I'll meet a new man, I have to marry him quickly.
rI1^IF-OR-WHEN1AI1*CAN1*ALONE1C*TO-LIVE1C*CAN1*
l
mwennkann nichtalleinlebenkann nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   But if I can't live on my own, if I can't do that and I'll meet a new man, I have to marry him quickly.
rCAN1*ALONE1C*TO-LIVE1C*CAN1*I2*TO-LEARN1AN1A*
l
mkann nichtalleinlebenkann nichtichlerneein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   He said that he couldn't do that, the old people wouldn't be able to understand that.
rI1CAN1*OLD8B*$INDEX1*
l
malten
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   You can't force someone.
rCOMPULSION1*CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   Yes, no farmer was able to understand it. Back in the old days, they weren't able to read.
rTO-UNDERSTAND1*NOT3A*TO-READ1C*CAN1*$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
l
mverstehenlesenkann nichtfrüher
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   I wasn’t doing well because I didn’t want to go to the foster mother's.
rI1SOUL1^*I1CAN1*TO-SLEEP1A*$INDEX1I1
l
m[MG][MG][MG]schla{fen}[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   I wasn’t doing well because I didn’t want to go to the foster mother's.
rTO-SLEEP1A*$INDEX1I1CAN1*
l
mschla{fen}[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   I had no chance to get used to it.
rCAN1*HABIT2*
l
mkann ni{cht}gewo{hnt}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   Our neighbors came and said, “Oh God, we couldn’t tell you what was going on, because the rope tore and the door was closed.
rROPE1*$GEST-OFF^TO-LET-KNOW1A*CAN1*CLOSED1A$GEST-OFF^
l
mkaputtkann nichtzu
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   One was completely out of it anyway, very tired, so that’s why one couldn’t go.
rTIRED5*TO-FALL-ASLEEP1CAN1*NOT1*
l
mmüde[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   The two teachers could sign.
r$INDEX1$LIST1:2of2*TO-SIGN1E
l$INDEX1CAN1*CAN1*
mkann[MG]kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   The two teachers could sign.
r$LIST1:2of2*TO-SIGN1E
lCAN1*CAN1*
mkann[MG]kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   One, Miss #Name3, knew how to sign.
r$NAME$LIST1:2of2dTO-SIGN1E*CAN1*
l
m[MG]kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   In class, she spoke, though. But if one hadn’t understood anything, one could sign.
r$ORAL^WHAT1A*TO-CHAT1B*CAN1*
l
maberwasplauderkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   If one tried to leave through one’s own house entry, that didn’t work. People suffocated and died.
r$INDEX1CAN1*$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^TO-CHOKE1A*
l
mausgang
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   They couldn’t get out anymore.
rOUTDOORS2^*CAN1*
l
m[MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   You can't imagine how fast the water came dashing in and destroyed everything.
rBUT1*CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*FAST3A*WATER1*
l
maberkann nichtvorstellenschnellwasser
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   Four reactors already exploded.
rALREADY1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4LOCATION1A^*CAN1*BOMB1$GEST^BOMB1
l
mschonvierkannbombekann bombe
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   I was really moved when I saw it and couldn't really imagine it.
rTO-LOOK-AT1^$GEST^CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*
l
mvorstellen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   It's incredible that he survived such an earthquake.
rSELF1A*EXPERIENCE1AEARTHQUAKE1CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*I1*
l
mselbsterlebterdbebenvorstellen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   I cannot imagine how it must have been for him.
r$GEST^$GEST^$INDEX1*CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*FOR1*$INDEX1*
l
mvorstellenfür
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   I cannot imagine how it must have been for him.
r$INDEX1*EARTHQUAKE1*I1CAN1*
l
merdbeben
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But what the word meant stayed unclear because the teacher didn't know any sign language.
rWORD3WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1TEACHER2*CAN1*SIGN-LANGUAGE1B
l
mwortwas bedeutetleh{rer}kann n{icht}gebärdensp{rache}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   If people were only at the backside of the moon, they weren't able to see the earth, because the moon doesn't rotate.
rONLY2A*ROUND-THE-CORNER1^*MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED1BCAN1*EARTH-PLANET2NOT3A*TO-SEE1*
l
mhinterheißtkannerdenichtsehen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   In the film, you see an American astronaut on the moon who can see the earth.
rTO-JUMP2^*TO-SEE1SOIL1ACAN1*
l
maufsehenerdekann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I cannot see what's behind the moon.
rCAN1*TO-SEE1
l
mkannsehen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But it was possible the other way around, to see the earth from the moon?
rTO-SPIN8^*CAN1*TO-SEE1*
lSELF1A*TO-COME1^
mselbstumkann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   Which means that I had a language but couldn't perceive it.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1*I1PERCEPTION1*CAN1*
l
mdawahrnehmen[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But there is something that I can say with pride.
rATTENTION1A^*$INDEX1I1CAN1*TO-SAY1*PROUD1TO-SAY1
l
m[MG]undichkannsagenstolzsagen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   But it’s extremely expensive and impossible.
rEXPENSIVE2*EXPENSIVE1*$GEST^CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Well, if you asked me where I wanted to live, I wouldn’t be able to answer.
rWOULD-BE1*WHERE1A*APARTMENT5*CAN1*
l
mwärewowohnen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   That‘s not my home.
rAT-HOME2*CAN1*I2$GEST-OFF^*
l
mzu hause
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I can’t write in German over there.
rGERMAN1TO-WRITE1A*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
mdeutsch[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I don’t know Portuguese.
rPORTUGAL1*$INDEX1LANGUAGE1*CAN1*
l
mportugiesischsprache
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I grew up in Germany, that doesn’t work.
rGERMAN1TO-BELONG1*TO-GROW-UP1ACAN1*I2
l
mdeutsch
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   But I couldn’t live there.
rBUT1APARTMENT5CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
maberwohnen[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   I can’t do that.
rCAN1*
l
m
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   That’s impossible.
rCAN1*$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   #Name2 told me that she couldn't relate, since it is incredibly important to her.
r$INDEX1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*CAN1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*$INDEX1*CHURCH2A
l
m[MG]kann nichtverstehen[MG]kirche
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   He proposed offering sign language at the church.
rALSO3ATHROUGH1^*FIGHT2CAN1*SIGN-LANGUAGE1B*FOR1DEAF1A
l
mauch[MG]kanngebärdensprachefür[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   There's no need to talk about your ability to sign due to your job at all times.
r$GEST-OFF^*I2*SIGN-LANGUAGE1ACAN1*I2COLLEAGUE1A*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]gebärdensprachekann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   They were interested in sign language and participated actively.
rSELF1AI2*ACTIVE2^*CAN1*
l
msel{bst}[MG][MG]kann
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   I then asked my mom, “Why can't I talk and hear?”
rI1$INDEX2I1CAN1*TO-SPEAK1A$GEST-OFF^I1*
l
michwarumichkann nichtsprechenhören
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   He told me, “Too bad, but I can‘t help you.”
r$INDEX1I1UNFORTUNATELY1*CAN1*UNFORTUNATELY1CAN1*I1
l
m??kann nich{t}leiderkann ich nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   He told me, “Too bad, but I can‘t help you.”
rUNFORTUNATELY1*CAN1*UNFORTUNATELY1CAN1*I1TO-HELP2*
l
mkann nich{t}leiderkann ich nichthelfen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   He just couldn't.
rHE-SHE-IT2*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
merkann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   But us people from western Germany can’t do anything about it, they don’t need to complain.
rI1^*CAN1*NOT3A*ATTENTION1A^*$GEST-OFF^
l
mwirkönnennichtsdafür
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   If they don’t speak simultaneously, I can’t understand it.
rWITHOUT2I1*CAN1*
l
mohne[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   I can't really remember what the plays were about.
rMEMORY-OR-REMINDER2CAN1*I1
l
merinnern
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Nevertheless, I can't remember everything.
rEVERYTHING1C*TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1CAN1*I1
l
malles
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   The beer at the Augustiner tent tastes much better than at the Löwenbräu tent. That's no good.
r
lBETTER1AS-OR-THAN4$INDEX1CAN1*
mbesseralslöwenbräu[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I couldn't be there in person therefore I had to watch everything on TV.
rI1*$ALPHA1:L*TO-GO-THERE1*CAN1*I2TELEVISION1A*
l
michlive[MG]ichfernseher
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I managed well enough without a hearing aid.
rWITHOUT1*HEARING-AID2*I2*CAN1*TO-LOOK-AT3*AND2A
l
mohnehörgerätichkannschauenund
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   She ignored me and turned to hearing people that she could communicate with.
rDONT-TAKE-SERIOUSLY3*TO-BE-UP-TO-STH1HEARING1A*CAN1*TO-SPEAK1A*
l
m[MG]vorhörendkann[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   If my budget allows it, I can go on vacation, too.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*THEN1AAIRPLANE2C*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mstimm stimmdannkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_04 | 18-30f   That's why we weren't able to rent a car and take some trips to experience something exciting.
rIMAGINATION1A*LONG-TIME1B*CAR-DRIVING2CAN1*MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED3*$INDEX1MUCH-OR-MANY1A
l
mvorstellenlangeautofahren[MG]heißtviel
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   I don’t know how all of that happened.
rCAN1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*BETWEEN1D*
l
mwie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Whenever I see the flood rising again, I can’t imagine living there.
rCAN1*IMAGINATION1A*$INDEX1MUST1A^*
l
mkann nichtvorstellen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Whenever I see the flood rising again, I can’t imagine living there.
rAPARTMENT5*$INDEX1I1CAN1*I1*IMAGINATION1A*CAN1*
l
mwohnenvorst{ellen}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_05 | 61+f   Whenever I see the flood rising again, I can’t imagine living there.
rCAN1*I1*IMAGINATION1A*CAN1*I1*TO-LOOK-AT1*$PROD
l
mvorst{ellen}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   They won't just vanish.
rVANISHED1CCAN1*
l
m[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   But it's not for people who don't hear anything.
r$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1$ALPHA1:D-B$INDEX1CAN1*CI2CAN1*
l
mhundertd-b[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   But it's not for people who don't hear anything.
r$INDEX1CAN1*CI2CAN1*
l
m[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There are some people who can speak really well, but still they cannot adapt, simply because they don't hear.
rTO-SPEAK6*VERY6TO-ADJUST1CAN1*BECAUSE1TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*NOT6*
l
m[MG]weilnicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   They succeeded in growing this hair, but they still weren't able to hear.
rSUCCESS1BUT1TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
m[MG]aber
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Without mum, she’s afraid of heights.
rWITHOUT1*CAN1*
lMUM3FEAR1HE-SHE-IT1HIGH3A
mohnemamaan{gst}höhenangst
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Three weeks is impossible.
rTO-LOOK1*CAN1*
l
mdrei wochen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   But the others can’t be sold at Oktoberfest. Only beers from Munich can be sold there.
rIN-ADDITION1^*FREE2^*CAN1*MUST1*
l$INDEX1*MUNICH1B*HEADING1^*
m[MG]oktoberfest[MG]mü{n}ch{en}muss
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   Without the trees, it wouldn’t be that nice.
rWITHOUT1TREE5CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mohnebaum[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   In Germany deaf people can do anything; it’s not a problem.
rEVERYTHING2*CAN1*
lPROBLEM1*GERMAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
mproblemdeutschalleskönnen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I then talked to them myself so that they could see that I was able to speak and everybody understood what I said.
rYES2$GEST-OFF^*I1CAN1*BIT2ATO-SPEAK5A*I1
l
m[MG]aberkannbisschen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   One can/
rCAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$INDEX1
l
mkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   Others always said that we Germans couldn’t be proud of our country.
r$INDEX1ALL2D^*GERMAN1CAN1*LIKE3B*
l
mdeutschwie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   Always being afraid of what other countries might say about it, that it might start another war or whatever.
rTO-SAY1*DIFFERENT2*COUNTRY2*$GEST-OFF^*LIKE-THIS1A*CAN1
lCAN1*
msagenanderelandsokann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_08 | 18-30f   Right, we could park there.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*CAN1*TO-PARK1*RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
l
m
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   They can't talk yet.
r$INDEX1CAN1*TO-SPEAK4*
l
mkann nichtsprechen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   When you have eye contact, you can sense the mood of the other person.
rTO-THINK1BCAN1*ALSO1ATO-LOOK2*EYE1^*
l
mkannauchblick
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   There are wonderful emotions and then there are unbelievably cold and hard emotions.
rBEAUTIFUL1AVERY7*CAN2ACAN1*FEELING2A*$GEST^
l
mschön[MG]kannkanngefühl[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Thank God, that there are very few people with these cold emotions. The majority has a normal set of emotions.
rTHANKS1^*LITTLE-BIT4$GEST^CAN1*FEELING2A*$GEST^LITTLE-BIT8
l
mgott sei dankwenigkanngefühloderwenig
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   When someone is very cold in their behavior, then you can spot that right away.
rTO-SIGN1G*CAN1*END1^*TO-FIND1D$GEST^
l
m[MG]kanngefunden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   The voice gives it away.
rVOICE1*VOICE1*TO-SPEAK6CAN1*VOICE1
l
mstimmestimme[MG]stimme
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   The voice. That's where you can spot it.
rVOICE1*TO-HEAR1$GEST^CAN1*TO-FIND1DVOICE1*
l
mstimme[MG]manchmalkannfinden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   I don't think you can fake it that well.
rTO-CHANGE1ATO-SMILE3*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   I couldn't work with somebody like that.
rTOGETHER3A*TO-WORK2I2*CAN1*
l
mzusammenarbeit
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   I think I couldn't be the boss, for instance.
rTO-BELIEVE2BI1BOSS1BCAN1*I1
l
mglaubenchefkann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   They said there was some connection to a social institution in Augsburg or to the cloister; I don’t remember exactly.
rCAN1*TO-LINK1AAUGSBURG2$GEST-OFF^*
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m[MG][MG][MG]augsburg
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Nobody could use him.
r$INDEX1*ALL1ACAN1*I2*$INDEX1
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mallekannbrauchen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   There’s a course at the adult education center; you could go there.
rADULT-EDUCATION-CENTRE1COURSE1*YES1A*CAN1*
l
mv-h-skann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   When my parents talk to each other, for instance, I ask my mother right after what they had said, and she tells me.
rRELATED4^*TO-SPEAK1A*I1CAN1*I2TO-LET-KNOW1A*MOTHER2*
l
m[MG][MG]kannmutter
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   The other aunt couldn't have children, because of the wartime.
rAUNT9*$INDEX1SELF1A*CAN1*CHILD1$INDEX1THROUGH2A*
l$INDEX1
mtanteselberkanndurch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   No one could have known there'd be a Wall.
rALL3TO-THINK1A*CAN1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AWALL3
l
maber alleleutekann nichtwissen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   You could do that, right?
rCAN1*TO-MAKE2$GEST-OFF^
l
mkannmachen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Take yoga for example: deaf people can't do that.
rTOWARDS9*YOGA1CAN1*DEAF1ACAN1PROBLEM2B
l
mzum beispielyoga[MG][MG]problem
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   She showed me that deaf people were able to do the same things as hearing people and that deaf people are coequal with hearing people.
rDEAF1AHEARING1AEQUAL6CAN1*
l
mhörendkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Donalda encouraged me and said, “You can do it.”
rTO-PROMOTE3A^TO-BUILD-UP2YOU1CAN1*
l
maufbauenkann kann kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I had no idea what I should sign about.
rTO-SIGN1AWHAT1BI1CAN1*
l
mwas
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   She showed me that I could do it as well.
r$INDEX1TO-SHOW1A*YOU1CAN1*ALSO1A*$GEST-OFF^
l
mdukannauch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I just didn’t know how to react, because I couldn’t sign.
rI1*TO-LACK1A^TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*$INDEX1
l
mich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Right, another one on sign language, and why one cannot be against it.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1A$GEST-OFF^AGAINST1^CAN1*
l
mgebärdensprache
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I could sign well, but I still had to practise speaking.
rI1*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1*ORAL1
l
mkann aber[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The teacher told me that I couldn’t write with my left hand, so I dropped out.
rHAND2^*LEFT1CAN1*TERMINATION1*OVER-AND-DONE1*
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marmabgebrochen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   You couldn't really get them off of you to watch something.
r$GEST-OFF^$PRODYOU1*CAN1*TO-LOOK-AT4*
l
mdukann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I told her that’s nonsense, and that of course I could communicate with hearing people.
rI1*TO-SPEAK4*CAN1*COMMUNICATION1C*CAN1*I1*
l
michsprechenkannkommun{izieren}kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I told her that’s nonsense, and that of course I could communicate with hearing people.
rTO-SPEAK4*CAN1*COMMUNICATION1C*CAN1*I1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*$GEST-INCREDIBLE1^*
l
msprechenkannkommun{izieren}kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   It just didn’t feel right working with metal.
rI1*FEELING3I2*CAN1*METAL1*CAN1*
l
michkann nichtmetallkann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   It just didn’t feel right working with metal.
rI2*CAN1*METAL1*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtmetallkann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   The foreman said that out of all his welders, I was the best. I knew all the different types of welding and was very talented.
r$LIST1:1of1$LIST1:2of2dTO-MASTER2*CAN1*VERY6TO-WELD1*
l
mauchkann[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   But I didn’t want to keep on doing it.
rCAN1*I1*PROCEEDING1AI1*
l
mkannaber ichläuft läuft
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   My knees were healthy; I was able to stand, walk, everything.
r$INDEX2*WHERE1A*TO-STAND1*CAN1*EVERYTHING2*CAN1*
l
mwostehenmöglichallesmöglich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   My knees were healthy; I was able to stand, walk, everything.
rTO-STAND1*CAN1*EVERYTHING2*CAN1*
l
mstehenmöglichallesmöglich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I knew it would be hard, but I needed to show that I could do it.
rMUST1TO-SHOW1AWHAT1A*CAN1*I1$INDEX1TO-GO-THERE1*
l
mmusszeigenwaskann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   When someone knocked I turned to face the door and asked them to come in. And if someone yelled, ”I’ll be there in a bit!” I could hear it.
rTO-COME3*$ORAL^HEARING1A*CAN1*
l
mkomm gleichkommhörenkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I knew all that stuff already.
rCAN1*TO-SPIN8^
lTO-LIST1C
mkann kann kann kann kann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   They said that I was really good with all the practical things already, so they thought I didn’t need that much practical training anymore.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*YOU1NOT1^CAN1*DEVIATION3^*TO-TIDY1^$GEST-DECLINE1^
l
mdu[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   She was also in retraining, and she could sign.
rTO-SIGN1ACAN1$INDEX1CAN1*TO-SIGN1A
l
mgebärdenkannkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I almost couldn’t believe it at first, but we really were able to have conversations in sign language.
r$GEST^CAN1*TO-SIGN1B*CAN1*TO-GIVE1A^*
l
mkanngebärdenkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I almost couldn’t believe it at first, but we really were able to have conversations in sign language.
r$GEST^CAN1*TO-SIGN1B*CAN1*TO-GIVE1A^*I2*CAN1*
l
mkanngebärdenkannkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I almost couldn’t believe it at first, but we really were able to have conversations in sign language.
rCAN1*TO-GIVE1A^*I2*CAN1*TO-SIGN1ACAN1*I1*
l
mkannkannkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I almost couldn’t believe it at first, but we really were able to have conversations in sign language.
rI2*CAN1*TO-SIGN1ACAN1*I1*GOOD1
l
mkannkanngut
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   She offered me to just tell her whenever I’d have problems, I could visit her room and she would explain difficult terms.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A$INDEX1PROBLEM2BCAN1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*CHAMBER1A*TO-SIGN1A
l
mund wennproblemkannzu mirzimmer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Shortly before the exam the interpreter told me that he also wondered how I had made that much progress.
rINTERPRETER2*TO-WONDER1YOU1CAN1*LEVEL-OR-STANDARD1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*WHERE-FROM1
l
mdolmetscherdukannwiewoher
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I told him about the hearing woman and how glad I was to have met her.
rINTERPRETER1*$INDEX4HEARING1ACAN1*TO-SIGN1A$INDEX2*FOR1*
l
mhörendekann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   They didn’t think a deaf guy could make it, that’s why they wanted to expel me.
r$INDEX1DEAF1AFUTURE1A*CAN1*OFF1C
l
mzukunftab
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I doubt they would have fired me, but maybe they would have transferred me to another job.
r$ORAL^OFF1A^*I1*CAN1*IMAGINATION1A*I1*$ORAL^
l
maberichkann nichtmir vorstellenvielleicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   He couldn’t just alternate between workplaces.
rCAN2A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dTO-SWAP3A*CAN1*
l$INDEX1
mkannzweikann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I see that they are concerned, but I just go ahead and ask them which health problems they have and to show me where it hurts.
rPROBLEM2B*TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1*PROBLEM2B*CAN1*QUESTION1*WHAT1A*PAIN3*
l
mproblemhabenproblemkannfragenwasschmerz
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   They are confused to hear me speak every time, because my name tag says that I’m deaf.
rYOU1*CAN1*TO-SPEAK4*$ORAL^$PROD
l
mdukannstsprechenwarum
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   If someone is in pain or isn’t happy, they can just tell me and I’ll adjust, that’s really no problem.
rMESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1*EXAMPLE1^*PROBLEM2ACAN1*I1ALWAYS4AREADY2A
l
mmeldenkeinproblemkannimmerbereit
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Unlike others, I can’t just overlook their issues.
rTO-OVERCOME1^*TO-OPPRESS1A^*I1*CAN1*I1*
l
m[MG]kann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   Afterwards they always say that they really appreciate me speaking well and explaining so much.
rSUPER1YOU1*TO-SPEAK5A*CAN1*$LIST1:2of2dTO-EXPLAIN1
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
msprechenkannunderklären
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   If at the hospital bed the doctor realises that they are dealing with a deaf patient, they will call my department.
rDEAF1APHYSICIAN1*PATIENT1*CAN1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*IDEA2BTO-RING-UP1
l
marztpatient[LM:ahh][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   My child can simply stay deaf.
rTO-STAY3*CAN1*
lONLY2A*DEAF1A
mnurbleibengehörloskann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Yes, there are, but they get the implant.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1CI1INSTALLATION1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mdac-ieinbauenkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   At the medical hearing screening, the doctor can ask the child during examination if he/she wants a CI or not.
rRESEARCH1ABUT1PHYSICIAN1CAN1*
lALSO1AQUESTION1*TO-LIKE4
m[MG]aberarztkannauchfragenmöchte
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Do you think small children understand what the doctor is telling them? Because they don’t.
rOPINION1BSMALL3*CAN1*TO-UNDERSTAND1PRESENT-OR-HERE1FOR1
l
mmein[MG]kannverstehendafür
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   To force a CI upon a child — they didn't want to and couldn’t do it.
rCI1I2*TO-WANT5*CAN1*NOT3B*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   They explain everything, and you know whether you have to pay or not.
rHOW8TO-EXPLAIN1*CAN1*TO-PAY1NOTHING1B
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mwieerklärverstehenkannbezahlmussnichts
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   And always hearing well, so people are surprised if you speak like a hearing person.
rCI1*$GEST^TO-SPEAK5A*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mc-i[MG]kann kann kann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But don’t they know sign language?
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1B
lCAN1ALSO1A*CAN1*ALSO1A*
mkannauchgebärdensprachekannauch
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   And if they want to learn sign language, you can offer it.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1BCAN1*TO-TAKE1A^TO-MAKE2
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mka{nn}lernengebärdensprachekannmachen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But communicating with hearing people doesn’t work that well, as you’re searching for words then and so on.
rEQUAL8^*HEARING1BCOMMUNICATION1BCAN1*$PRODWORD3*$GEST^
l
mhören[MG][MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Someone with a CI could learn how to sign really well and still communicate with hearing people.
r$INDEX2CI1TO-SIGN1DCAN1*TO-LEARN1TO-SIGN1D*POSSIBLE2*
l
mc-i[MG]kannlern[MG]kann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Someone with a CI could learn how to sign really well and still communicate with hearing people.
r$INDEX1HEARING1BCOMMUNICATION1A*CAN1*COMMUNICATION1A*
l
mdannhörend[MG]kann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You can.
rCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   It’s just a few steps for the people living there to go shopping.
r
lCAN1*$INDEX1FOR1APARTMENT1B
mfürwohn
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   To get your head cut open — I don’t want to and cannot let that happen.
rOPERATION1B*$GEST^CAN1*
lTO-LIKE4
m[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   But a man like myself with that thing on my head or the surgery scar — I wouldn’t be okay at all with having that thing there.
rI1CAN1*I1*$GEST-OFF^I2*
l
m[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Long hair can hide it, but it’s a problem with short hair.
rTO-HIDE1A*
lIF-OR-WHEN1A*HAIR2*HAIR-LONG1CAN1*CAN1NOT3A
mwennhaarlangkannver{stecken}kannnicht
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   In Lewitz, where you can go fishing, you can also buy many different fish.
r$INDEX1FISH1*$INDEX1CAN1*$INDEX1MUCH-OR-MANY1A*DISTINCT1*
l
mfischkannvielverschieden
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   He did understand that the thing with the surgery just could’t happen.
rTO-UNDERSTAND1*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*OPERATION1B*CAN1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mverstehendao-p[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   He did understand that the thing with the surgery just could’t happen.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1*OPERATION1B*CAN1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mdao-p[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   You have to show them sign language.
rCAN1*TO-SHOW1A*$INDEX1*PARENTS7*
l
mkannzei{gen}el{tern}
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   From my experience and from what I’ve heard, I can hardly imagine it.
rTO-HEAR1SELF1A*MEANING1*CAN1*IMAGINATION1B*$GEST-OFF^
l
merfahrenselbstkannvorstellen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   I think it’s impossible.
rI2*TO-LIKE4CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   A baby’s head is so small, you can’t attach such a big implant.
r$PRODI2*FEELING3*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   It's once a year for two to three days.
rDAY1A*TO-LET2A*$GEST-OFF^*CAN1*POSSIBLE1*PRESENT-OR-HERE1$GEST-OFF^*
l
mtag[MG]kannmöglichkeitda
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Or they could come and just watch at first, and then come weekly if they’re interested.
rLIKE4A*HABIT1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
lTHERE1*
mwiegewohnt[MG]kann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Then they’re in good hands elsewhere.
rCAN1*DIFFERENT1BETTER1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mkannandersbesser
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Even with having a CI and being able to hear, they shouldn’t reject this.
rCAN1*$INDEX1*CI1$INDEX1*
l
mkannc-i[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   He was like an interpreter; he knew basic sign language.
rSAME2AEASY1SIGN-LANGUAGE1BCAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l$INDEX1
meinfachgebärdensprachekann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   They learn something if they want to sign or if they want to become interpreters.
r$INDEX1*CAN1*PERCEPTION1*$INDEX1*FOR2
l
mkann[MG]für
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   There was one possibility left: hearing aids.
rTO-STAY3HEARING-AID1*CAN1*
lONLY2A*
mnurbleibthör{gerät}kann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   After I was born, when I was a little older, my doctor asked me, “Do you want to have a CI?“
rPHYSICIAN1*QUESTION1$INDEX1*CAN1*CI1TO-TAKE1A^*
l
marztfra{gt}kannc-inehm
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   I can’t imagine having a CI.
rCI1I2*I2*CAN1*I2$GEST^
l
mc-i[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   Don’t your parents put you under pressure to hear and speak better?
rAND5*TO-SPEAK5A*BETTER1*CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mundsprechenbesser besserkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   It's no problem with sign language.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1B$GEST-OFF^
lCAN1*NONE1*
mkanngebärdensprache
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_01 | 18-30m   I just explain only the easy signs to them.
rEASY-OR-LIGHT1TO-EXPLAIN1*CAN1*
lONLY2A*
mnurleich{t}erklärkann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_02 | 31-45m   I rarely watch the weather forecast beforehand.
rAHEAD2*$GEST-OFF^I2*CAN1*NOT1*
l
mvo{raus}[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_02 | 31-45m   Normally, I don't watch the weather forecast.
rWEATHER2*AHEAD2TO-LEARN-STH1A*CAN1*
l
mwettervorauskann ni{cht}
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_02 | 31-45m   And I have no idea - I cannot/
r$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^I2CAN1*
l
m[MG]ichkann nicht
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   My father and one of my uncles could hear quite well and were very good at speaking. Yet, my other uncle was deaf.
r$LIST1:3of3dCAN1*$LIST1:3of3d$LIST1:2of3dTO-HEAR1*
l
mkannhör
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_03 | 18-30m   That uncle was send to Güstrow.
r$LIST1:1of3dFIRST1A*$LIST1:1of3dCAN1*$LIST1:1of3dGÜSTROW1OFF1A^
l
mzu{erst}güstrow
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   Now, she’s too old and can’t do it anymore.
rNOW1OLD5ACAN1*
l
maber jetz{t}zu altkann nicht
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   I wouldn’t understand anything without interpreters.
rI2*I1SELF1ACAN1*TO-BELIEVE2A*$GEST-OFF^*
l
michselbstkann nichtglauben
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   But my children are deaf, as well, they can’t help me.
rDEAF1A$GEST-OFF^I1CAN1*TO-HELP1$GEST-OFF^
l
mgehörloskann nichthelfen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   They can’t help me.
rCAN1*
l
mkann nicht
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   I had no idea about it and wasn’t able to manage.
rI1POINTLESS3AI2CAN1*
l
m[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   I can’t drive that far. How is that supposed to work out?
rI1CAN1*FAR1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
l
m[MG]so weitwie
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   Imagine, sometimes, you need to cancel a dentists appointment, for example, but can’t notify them.
rTO-SAY1TO-LET-KNOW1AI1CAN1*
l
m[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_04 | 46-60f   I couldn’t even believe how embarrassed I was.
rI2CAN1*NOT3BTO-BELIEVE2A*TO-BE-IN-THE-HOT-SEAT1
l
mkannnichtglauben[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_05 | 61+m   But I did almost everything myself.
r$ORAL^MOST1A*CAN1*SELF1A*TO-REPAIR1*
l
mabermeistselbst
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_06 | 61+m   The children understood me well, but I couldn’t read their lips.
rI1ON-PERSON1ORAL1^*CAN1*
l
maufablesen
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   In my profession you had to have a very good understanding of math and math is very difficult for me.
rREASON4B*$INDEX1*CAN1*I1FOR1*PERFORMANCE1
l
m[MG]fürleistung
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I started looking and at some point someone told me I could go to Heidelberg to educate myself further, sort of like college classes.
rMOUNTAIN1B*$INDEX1TO-STUDY2CAN1*TO-JOIN1A*
l
mstudierenkann[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I can't imagine what that must have been like to flee a country all by yourself as a 16-year-old.
rFLIGHT1A$GEST-DECLINE1^*$GEST^
lI2*CAN1*I2*
m
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   How was I supposed to leave home on my own and flee the country?
rTO-RUN3^*REALLY2FLIGHT1A$GEST-OFF^*
lCAN1*I2*
m
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I simply couldn't do it. I couldn't.
rCAN1*I1$GEST-OFF^I2
l
mich
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I simply couldn't do it. I couldn't.
rI1$GEST-OFF^I2CAN1*$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*
l
mich
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I only got a D.
rCAN1*I2$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4
l$INDEX1*
mnur vier
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   Another deaf person told me then that it is very dangerous to flee the country and that the guards would shoot you any minute if you tried.
rDANGEROUS1D*$PRODDANGEROUS1D*CAN1*TO-SHOOT1D*ON-PERSON1*
l
mgefährlichgefährlichkann[MG]auf
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I wanted to make a fresh start as a retail specialist in another division, in kitchen design, but I didn't get accepted.
rEASY1KITCHEN3BSIGN-OR-DRAWING1A*CAN1*$INDEX1*TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION1B$ALPHA1:N
l
meinfa{ch}küchendesignkannhandelskaufmann
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   It is so busy that I don't have time to eat.
rTO-EAT-OR-FOOD2CAN1*$GEST-OFF^*
l
messen[MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I wouldn't be able to move from one city to another just like that.
r$GEST-OFF^*
lTO-HIRE1A*CAN1*I2
m[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_07 | 31-45f   I couldn't understand it.
r$PROD
l$INDEX1I2CAN1*
m[MG][MG]
Rostock | dgskorpus_mvp_08 | 46-60m   You could/
rCAN1CAN1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
l
mkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   So that he can't make a statement.
rCOMMUNICATION1A^*CAN1*NOT1
l
maussagenkann nicht
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_01 | 61+m   You remember that well.
r$GEST^CAN1*GOOD1*TO-MEMORISE1YOU1*
l
m[MG]kanngutmerken
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Until now, no one can imagine how it could get stolen.
rUNTIL-NOW1*NOT-YET2*ALL1A*CAN1*IMAGINATION1AHOW-QUESTION1*
l
mbis jetztnoch nichtallekann nichtvorstellenwie
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   I looked at the painting and I couldn't say for sure. It's incredibly hard.
rI1TO-LOOK-AT2*POINTLESS3A*CAN1*TO-STATE-OR-TO-REALISE2*VERY6
l
m[MG]kann nichtfeststellen[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Impossible.
rCAN1*
l
m[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   If I watch some behavior that upsets me, I can think about it and change myself.
r$GEST-OFF^I2TO-LOOK-AT2^*CAN1*SELF1A*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^*TO-MODIFY1A
l
m[LM:ah]kannselbst
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   They are shocked that deaf people can be funny, too and that they can happily go on talking forever.
rSHOCK2ADEAF1ACAN1*FUNNY1*HAPPY1TO-SIGN1E*
l
mschockgehörloskönnenlustig seinfroh[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_02 | 61+f   Culture is also good to show hearing people what the deaf can do.
rHEARING1ATO-SHOW1ADEAF1ACAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mhörendzeigengehörloskönnen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   Everyone needs to stick to the bailout plan now. But can the poor countries afford it and save up?
rPOVERTY2*COUNTRY3B*$INDEX1CAN1*PERFORMANCE1TO-SAVE3CAN1
l
marmlandkannleistensparen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   It's just not possible, so everything should stay the same.
rCAN1*TO-STAY3*$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
l
mbleibtbleibt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   If I had a job in Paris instead of somewhere nearby, I’d have to learn French.
rNOT-ANYMORE1BBACK-AND-FORTH1*CAN1*I1TO-WORK1*PLACE3
l
mnicht mehr[MG]arbeitsplatz
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   You cannot force it. You just can’t.
r$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^CAN1*COMPULSION1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
maberkann nichtzwingenkann nicht
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   You cannot force it. You just can’t.
r$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^CAN1*COMPULSION1CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
maberkann nichtzwingenkann nicht
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_03 | 31-45m   People used to think traveling to the moon was impossible, but it’s fairly easy today.
r$INDEX1*POINTLESS3ATHEN2BCAN1*EASY2*$GEST-OFF^*
l
m[MG]kann[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   One colleague from work knew sign language; he could sign.
rALONE1C^COLLEAGUE4*PERSON1CAN1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*CAN1TO-SIGN1E
l
m[MG]arbeitskollegeeinkann[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   He can do it, I feel comfortable with him.
rCAN1*ON-PERSON1*WELL1*
l
mkann[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   “I can walk, I can sign, I can play soccer, I can act; I can do so many things.“
rI1*TO-GO2A*CAN1*I2*TO-SIGN1G*CAN1
l
mkannichkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   That's how I learnt it and now I know ASL.
rI2*TO-LEARN1TO-EXCHANGE2CAN1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mlernenkann
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   So, it’s not a big deal if I’m unable to make it.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*$GEST^CAN1*BAD3D
l
mschlimm
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   Right, those two sent me an invitation to their birthday party, too.
rTO-INVITE2*ALSO1AI1CAN1*
l
meingeladenauch[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_05 | 46-60f   I just couldn’t believe it.
rTO-BELIEVE2BCAN1*TO-BELIEVE2BI2$GEST-OFF^*
l$GEST-OFF^*
mkann nichtglauben
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   Personally, I can’t donate blood.
rSELF1A*TO-TRANSFER1A^*I1*CAN1*
l
mselbstblutspenden[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   I couldn’t stand seeing this thick needle getting closer to my arm so I had to look away.
rNEEDLE2*I1$INDEX1CAN1*
l
mnadel
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   So you can’t do Monday?
rMONDAY5A*$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1*CAN1*YOU1*
l
mmontag[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   You’re not free on Friday, right?
rFRIDAY4YOU1CAN1*
lYOU1*
mfreitag[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   I’ve just realized that I have a swim scheduled for 10 am, but I can skip that.
r$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1I1TO-SEE1CAN1*BODY3^$INDEX-TO-SCREEN1$NUM-CLOCK1A:10
l
mkannzehn uhr
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_06 | 31-45f   Then one can get up and walk out.
rDONE1A*CAN1*TO-GET-UP1*TO-GO2A*
l
m[MG]auf{stehen}
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_07 | 31-45m   If the revenues get less, one can’t make it more expensive.
rDOWNWARDS1^*INCREASE2*CAN1*
lTO-COME1*
mkommtschlechter[MG][MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I don’t think I can start working already.
rI1FEELING1*I2CAN1*
l
m
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I can’t leave the kids to their own devices.
rCHILD2ALONE4*TO-LET1CAN1*
l
malleinlass
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   The deaf people can’t do anything about it, either, because they can’t speak and they think somewhat differently, as well.
rCAN2A*REASON4B^TO-SPEAK6*CAN1*$LIST1:3of3dTO-THINK1B*LIKE6*
l
mkann nichtdafürkann nichtwie
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   Two of them do.
rCAN1*GOOD1
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
mkann[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I sat there in the first lesson and asked if the teacher could sign.
rI1RIGHT-OR-AGREED1AI1CAN1*I1$GEST-OFF^I1
l
mstimmt
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I couldn’t learn anything from the books, it was impossible.
rCAN2A*PERCEPTION1^TO-READ1C^*CAN1*
l
mkann nichtauswendig[MG]
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_08 | 18-30f   I honestly can’t even imagine.
rLIKE-THIS1A*I1$GEST-OFF^*CAN1*
lIMAGINATION3$GEST-OFF^*
msokann nichtvorstellen
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   The people couldn't get out anymore after the tsunami arrived.
rBACK1ACAN1*TO-ELOPE1A^*
l
mzurückkann nicht
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   Someone else guessed there could be a flooding and the others agreed.
rDIFFERENT1*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^FEELING3^*CAN1*FLOODING2*APPROXIMATELY1^*$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
l
manderevermutungkannüberschwemmung
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's weird, but I can't say much about it.
r$GEST-OFF^*I2^$GEST-OFF^CAN1*TO-SAY1I1
l
maberkann nichtsagen
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   … he couldn't go to work one day, because he was sick.
rSUDDENLY4*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1DAY1ACAN1*TO-COME1EXAMPLE1*SICK1
l
m[MG]eintag[MG]kommenbeispielkrank
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   You have to calculate how much money you have at the end of the month when you get those seven euros to be able to live of it.
rLIKE3A*GOOD1*TO-LIVE4CAN1*
l
mwielebenkann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   It's impossible; it's the government's responsibility, of course.
rGOVERNMENT1*
lCAN1*$INDEX1*RESPONSIBILITY1
mkann nichtregierungverantwortung
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_01 | 18-30m   Like the social crisis that happened back in the days of imperator Wilhelm, an economy crisis would be possible today. And then what?
rCRISIS1*THEN1A$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^CAN1*$GEST-OFF^$ORAL^
l
mdann[MG]kannvielleicht
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I would buy large amounts of food; doing so impromptu would actually be quite difficult, though.
rTO-EAT-OR-FOOD1AMOUNT1A^*TO-THROW1^*CAN1*$GEST^POINTLESS3ASPONTANEOUS1
l
messenkannspontan
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I would buy large amounts of food; doing so impromptu would actually be quite difficult, though.
r$GEST^POINTLESS3ASPONTANEOUS1CAN1*
l
mspontan[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I am not able to pretend to be in a good mood at work all the time.
rTO-WORK1*ALWAYS1C$PRODCAN1*I2$GEST^
l
marbeiteimmer[MG]kann nicht
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   And you are inside that building, in that heat, and you just can't get outside.
rLIKE4A*DOWN1
lPOINTLESS3A*CAN1*
mwieunten[MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   It would look way better if the old ones were still there. Yet, that's impossible.
r$GEST^UNFORTUNATELY2*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1CAN1*$GEST^
l
mleiderwie
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   A very typical feeling was that I thought I had a lot of disadvantages and that hearing people could do everything much better.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1*TO-TRUMP1^*$GEST^CAN1*$GEST^
l
mda[MG]kann kann
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   Well, that's how it is.
rCAN1*$GEST^
l
m
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   Hmm, maybe, well yeah/
r$ORAL^$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*YES2*CAN1*
l
maber aber aber[MG]ja
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   I don't know. I can't pick anything. There is nothing that is really bad.
r$GEST^CAN1*TO-FIND1C^*NOT3AROUGH1^
l
m[MG]kann n{icht}nichtdoll
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   Because of that they were so withdrawn and didn't say anything. I intimidated them.
r$INDEX1*TO-BE-SILENT1^*CLOSE-MOUTH1CAN1*$INDEX1*TO-FEEL-INDIGNANT1$GEST-FEAR1^
l
m[MG][MG]
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   My educator called my mom and told her, “#Name2 can stay at home.” The other one was going back to boarding school, though.
rMOTHER2*PHONE1B^I1CAN1*$NAME$NAMECAN1*
l
mmutteranrufenkann#name2
Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_02 | 18-30f   My educator called my mom and told her, “#Name2 can stay at home.” The other one was going back to boarding school, though.
r