DOI: /10.25592/dgs.corpus-3.0-type-14040

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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   However, there wasn’t even one vocational school around.
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Stuttgart | dgskorpus_stu_05 | 61+m   We had way too much religious education at school in Heiligenbronn, I think.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   That is why I was not confirmed.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   In 1977 I participated in the Deaflympics for the first time.
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michselbstdeaflympicserste
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   Due to the seizure of power of Chomeini, the Deaflympics were cancelled.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   So I thought, “These are supposed to be the Deaflympics?”
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mjetztdeaflympics
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   The IOC, the International Olympic Committee, decided to cancel the water polo and handball matches.
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mundhandballschickendeaflympicsmitmachen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I participated in the Deaflypics eight times.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   I’m a deaf CODA, I have a huge field of vision.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Just imagine if there were a bunch of deaf-coda students in one class in school.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   It’s called ‘deaftravel‘ from Munich, and they provide a program.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   It’s called ‘deaftravel‘ from Munich, and they provide a program.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   That’s where the Deaflympics will supposedly be.
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mdeaflympicssoll
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The Deaflympics had the same procedure, not bad!
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   I was at the Deaf Way II. It was nice.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I went to Australia for the Deaflympics.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I've been to the Deaflympics in Taipeh, in Taiwan, then/
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_05 | 46-60f   That's the way it was, and I went to the Deaflympics in Los Angeles in 1985.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   All the advertisements said “Taipei” and “Deaf”.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   In the past the Deaflympics have been much more simple.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The Deaf Online Club.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   The World Games for the Deaf took place in Italy in 2001.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Deafolympia [means Deaflympics] is the new term.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   You get rid off the ‘O‘ and replace it with “Deaf”.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   What did you do at the Deafolympia [means Deaflympics]?
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   I‘d like to go to the Deaflympics, as well, but we‘ll see.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   That‘s where the Deaflympics are supposed to take place.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_04 | 18-30f   I was at the Deaflympics in Melbourne, Australia for one week, too.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   The World Games, I mean the Deaf World Games, were taking place in Australia.
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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) | dgskorpus_nue_09 | 18-30m   The Deaflympics.
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Schleswig-Holstein | dgskorpus_sh_06 | 31-45f   In addition, there are also the Deaflympics, but I have never been there so far.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   The last time you went to the Deaflympics everyone was still deaf and used sign language only.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   From now on there will be no water polo tournament at the Deaflympics anymore.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   Wasn’t his name Deaf Chasno?
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   Cavine/… Deaf Cave, what was it called again?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   There are very few deaf codas in a class but a lot of deaf children of hearing parents.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   And the deaf people, the Deaf people, were all really nice.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Then a stewardess approached me, looked up at the information and asked me, “Are you deaf?”
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   After I confirmed it, she tried to use sign language; she gestured and repeated, “I see, okay. You are deaf.“
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Just recently, he went to Taipei for the Deaflympics.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   They even put up posters for the deaf people!
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   The opening ceremony of the Deaf Way II was really nice.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There was something written on the clothes, something to do with Deaf. But what exactly, I don’t remember.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There was something written on the clothes, something to do with Deaf. But what exactly, I don’t remember.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There was something written on the clothes, something to do with Deaf. But what exactly, I don’t remember.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Deaf Way II wasn’t that long ago.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Deaf Way II was held during our vacation there.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   And of course the Deaflympics.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   You can’t really compare that to Europe, here’s nothing, absolutely nothing in the press.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   They always talked about the winners and they didn’t say anything about that here.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   Because of the feeling of Deaf Power and the over all confidence, right?
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   It was for the Deaflympics in 1997.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_08 | 46-60f   We are only three deaf people – so not that many – but the [Social] Integration office still approved and paid for everything.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But he didn’t go there because of the Deaflympics, but because he wanted to travel.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   If I had gone there alone, I would’ve been helpless, just sitting there for a long time.
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malleintaubs{tumm}langebleiben
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I had a deaf person over for dinner.
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mtaubstumm
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I got the recipe for a lemon cake from a deaf person.
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mtaubstummzitronenkuchen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   The deaf person really liked the cake.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I didn't cook on my own; another deaf person helped me.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Once we took a picture of our group.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Hömig, no it was Eberhard, took a marine rope and made a sling out of it.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   No, talk about the deaf and dumb, not the hearing folks.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   The deaf and dumb!
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Just because she doesn’t want to sign with her deaf child, she wants nothing to do with it.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   But Mercedes made billions, and they didn’t care for the deaf and disabled.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   They also had a school for the deaf there.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   I had my first deaf colleague later at another company.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   It was where my deaf colleague worked upstairs, and I worked downstairs.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Sure, I did have many deaf friends in Halberstadt.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   My first ABM job was at the deaf association in my city. I worked there.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   When I started school, I had a so called deaf-and-dumb senior teacher who was from Silesia.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I wasn’t enrolled in a kindergarten because a teacher, a “teacher of the deaf and dumb” as it was once referred to, visited me at home.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I wasn’t enrolled in a kindergarten because a teacher, a “teacher of the deaf and dumb” as it was once referred to, visited me at home.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   Fortunately the teacher for the dumb and deaf knew my mother.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   Therefore the teacher of the deaf and dumb came and checked what I had learned.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   He said “deaf and dumb“, meaning deaf.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Back then, it was called a school for the deaf and dumb.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   A woman, who was writing something, babbled, “You’re deaf, you have to/
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   They complained, “Hey, why do only hearing people die? It would have been better for the deaf-mute to die.“
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   “I guess it's boring anyway.” A deaf guy I knew sent it to me.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I put the plate in front of that person and s/he liked it.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   So I told the deaf person that the recipe wasn't working and that the icing disappeared.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   The deaf person really liked the cake.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   In the past, I as a Deaf/
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   For example with the headline “Taubstumm [Deaf-mute]“
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   They did a lot of research, until they found the school for the deaf-mute in Munich, in the Fuerstenrieder Strasse [street name].
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   My mother was really thrilled when she heard about the school for the deaf-mute.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Well, being deaf has its disadvantages for sure.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   I was able to meet more deaf people in Essen.
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mmehrgehörloskennenlernen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Deaf or hearing role models?
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_01 | 18-30m   Right, there is one deaf person who's my role model.
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mjaeinvorbild
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Members of my family have been entirely deaf for four generations now.
rI1*FAMILY4*DEAF1A$NUM-ORDINAL1:4GENERATION4*PAST2^*
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mfamilieviertegeneration
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   They don‘t know enough about deaf culture.
rTO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB2FOR1DEAF1ADEEP1*NOT1
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mkennen nichtfürgehörlostief
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   In my opinion, we should have rules for that here in Germany. Deaf coaches should be recruited because hearing ones don‘t know much about deaf people.
rTO-HIRE1ANO2ARATHER1DEAF1AI1
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mneinlieber
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   He was successful, and he knew how to interact with the deaf people.
rTO-LET-KNOW1A*ADVERTISING1TO-MATCH1DEAF1A$INDEX1
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mwerbenpassgehörlosen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   It‘s enough if the coach knows a lot about soccer and can explain it adequately to the deaf players.
rFOOTBALL2*IMPORTANT1FOR1DEAF1ACOACH1ENOUGH1
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mfußballwichtigfürgehörlosentrainergenug
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Those hearing professionals from Germany should also be interested in people who are deaf from the beginning.
rSKILFUL3^FOR1BIRTH1ADEAF1AINTEREST1B
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mfachfürgeborenetaubinteresse
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Deaf people from Slovakia have told me a lot about the negative things and problems they encountered.
rTO-WAIT1A^PAST1^SLOVAKIA2*DEAF1ATO-SIGN1A*I1*DEAF1B*
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m[MG]slowakei[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Yes, it‘s also because the deaf assistant coach Werner von der Ruhren lives in Dusseldorf.
rFOOTBALL2*COACH1ASSISTANCE1DEAF1AFROM-OR-BY-OR-OF3PEACE1^APARTMENT1B
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mfußballtrainerassistentvon {der} ruhrenwohnen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   I remember that in the past the deaf and the hard of hearing people went separate ways after having a conflict.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2APAST-OR-BACK-THEN1DEAF1AHARD-OF-HEARING1TOGETHER7AGAINST3A
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m[MG][MG]schw{erhörig}[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Because it could easily be that the club Comet is going to be destroyed if more and more hard of hearing people join it, as they drive away the deaf people.
rDAY1A*$NAME-COMET1BROKEN4*DEAF1ATO-OPPRESS1A
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mtagcometkaputtgehörlos[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Rather than taking in more and more hard of hearing people until they completely take over the team. Then the deaf people are the losers and and don’t get to play a part anymore.
rTO-THROW1^*TO-OPPRESS1C^*DEAF1ATO-LOSE1*OFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1A$GEST^
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m[MG]taubverlorenweg
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   More and more deaf people became unemployed.
rTO-WORK1^*MUCH-OR-MANY1ADEAF1ATO-WORK1*$MORPH-LESS3MEASURE-HORIZONTAL4B^*
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mundvielegehörlosearbeitslos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Those people with a hearing impairment of 55% or more knew that deaf athletes in Russia who win a medal at the Deaflympics receive 100,000 euros as prize money.
rPERCENT7RUSSIA4B*DEAF1AOLYMPIA1TO-WIN1$INDEX1*
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mproz{ent}olympia
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   That‘s why hard of hearing people put their hands up, participated numerously and pushed aside the deaf athletes.
rTHERE1OFF1B*TO-JOIN1A*
lTO-RAISE-HAND2^I1DEAF1AHARD-OF-HEARING1*
mschwerhörig[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Yes, more and more hard of hearing people participate because of the money, and the deaf people are the ones losing out.
rTO-EXPLOIT1*MONEY1ATO-EXPLOIT1DEAF1AOFF1B$GEST-OFF^
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m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   It would be correct to favor deaf over hard of hearing athletes.
rRIGHT-OR-CORRECT1BAHEAD-OF6ADEAF1A$GEST-OFF^*
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mrichtigvorgehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Such people shouldn‘t be considered deaf.
rTO-ACKNOWLEDGE1FOR1DEAF1ANO2A
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man{erkennen}fürgehörlosnein
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.
rHEARING1A*TO-BELONG1FOR1DEAF1ACHAMPIONSHIP1*NOT3A
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mhörenfürgehörlosenmeisterschaft
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Everyone should be able to sign with ease and not just talk.
rTO-SIGN1DLOOSE1*TOLERANT1*DEAF1AEQUAL2*TO-SIGN1D*HARD-OF-HEARING1*
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mlocker[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   The deaf guy’s shop is to the right.
rRIGHT1*DEAF1ACOMPANY1A
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Do they have a deaf community center?
rAND3*DEAF1ACENTRE1APRESENT-OR-HERE1
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mundgehörlosenzentrumda
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   The deaf shop owner had invited me to his place; he also had a deaf brother.
r$INDEX1STORE1*
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m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   The deaf shop owner had invited me to his place; he also had a deaf brother.
r$INDEX1HIS-HER1*BROTHER1ADEAF1ATO-SWARM1
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mbruder
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Did you contact the deaf community center?
r$INDEX1DEAF1ACENTRE1A*TO-PASS-STH1*COHERENCE3
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mgehörlosenzentrum
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_02 | 46-60m   Just look it up on the internet.
rYOU1INTERNET1A*TO-LOOK-AT5*DEAF1AINTERNET1A*$INDEX1
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minternet[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I was born hearing. I lost my hearing when I was little.
r$GEST-TO-STAY-CALM1^*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*SMALL3DEAF1ABIRTH1AHEARING1AYES1A
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mfrüher[MG]hörend
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I met many deaf people and this way I continued to learn sign language.
rI2MUCH-OR-MANY8DEAF1ATOGETHER-PERSON2A^*INTEREST1BTO-SIGN1A
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mvielgehörlos[MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   His parents are deaf and use sign language.
rHIS-HER1PARENTS6*PARENTS6DEAF1ACAN2BTO-SIGN1A$GEST^
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me{ltern}elterngehörlos[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   I'll also organize the German Deaf Sports Days 2012 in Berlin.
rFOR1NEXT1GERMAN1DEAF1ASPORTS1*CELEBRATION3A*$NUM-THOUSANDS1:2
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mfürnächste jahrdeutsch gehörlos sportfestzweitausendzwölf
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   At my first Deaf Sports Festival I was doing track and field and water polo.
rI1LAST5DEAF1ASPORTS1*FREE2^*I1
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msportfest
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_04 | 46-60m   But only if there are deaf people.
rONLY2ADEAF1A
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mnur
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   If a hearing person calls, someone will show up quickly, but if you’re deaf/
rTO-PHONE1*FAST1ATO-COME1DEAF1A
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m[MG]schnellkomm
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   She was brave and told them that I was deaf and couldn’t understand it without help.
r$GEST-NM-SPEAKING1^$GEST^I-AM1DEAF1AHOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*IT-HAPPENS6ALONE1A
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m[MG]bingehörloswiepassiertallein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   Us deaf people have to be strong, we can’t back out.
r$ORAL^MUSCLE5^MUST1DEAF1A$PRODNOT3A$GEST-OFF^
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mmussmusstaub[MG]nicht[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_05 | 61+f   I always go to a specific one, because they know about me being deaf.
rOFTEN1B^*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AI1DEAF1AOFTEN1B^*TO-SWAP3A*
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mstammweißtaubstumm
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I was born into a deaf family.
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michgeborentaubfamilie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Are your parents deaf?
rDEAF1APARENTS1B*DEAF1AYOU1*
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meltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Are your parents deaf?
rDEAF1APARENTS1B*DEAF1AYOU1*
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meltern
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Yes, I was born into a deaf family.
rYES1AI2*FAMILY1DEAF1ABIRTH1ADONE1BPROCEEDING2^
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mfamiliegeboren
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Later in school, everyone was deaf but I was the only child in class who had deaf parents.
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mschule schulegehörlosichgehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Later in school, everyone was deaf but I was the only child in class who had deaf parents.
rDEAF1ATO-SWARM1*I2*DEAF1ACLASS8*BUT1*MY1
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mgehörlosichgehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Later in school, everyone was deaf but I was the only child in class who had deaf parents.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*MY1*FAMILY1DEAF1AI1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1
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meinfamilietaubein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   In class A there was another child from a deaf family.
rCLASS8*TO-OWN1*FAMILY1DEAF1A$INDEX1*
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m[MG]familietaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   So, I was constantly looking for other children who came from deaf families.
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mwergehörlosfamilietaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   So, I was constantly looking for other children who came from deaf families.
rDEAF1AHIS-HER1*FAMILY1DEAF1A
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mgehörlosfamilietaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Although all the other children were also deaf, I didn‘t quite click with them. I rather spent all my time with those friends who also came from deaf families.
r$INDEX1DEAF1ATEAM-OR-CREW1^*LIKE7ADEAF1A
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mtaubwietaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Although all the other children were also deaf, I didn‘t quite click with them. I rather spent all my time with those friends who also came from deaf families.
rDEAF1ATEAM-OR-CREW1^*LIKE7ADEAF1ATEAM-OR-CREW1^*I2*GROUP1A*
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mtaubwietaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   She said that I’m deaf and that that’s it.
rDEAF1ADONE1B$GEST-OFF^DEAF1A
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mtaubtaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   She said that I’m deaf and that that’s it.
rDEAF1ADONE1B$GEST-OFF^DEAF1ADONE1B
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mtaubtaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   My mother said that those children in my class with hearing parents were at an advantage.
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mfam{ilie}gehörlosfamiliehörend
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I on the other hand would only sign with my parents, because they are also deaf.
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michtaubheim
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I on the other hand would only sign with my parents, because they are also deaf.
rI1*HOME6I1*DEAF1ATO-SIGN1GDONE1B$GEST-OFF^
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mheimtaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I’m, so to speak, ”completely deaf”, because I used to only speak at school.
rI1*SELF1A*DEAF1AFULL2B$GEST-OFF^
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mselbstgehörlosvoll
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   My girlfriend now is deaf. That works way better.
rUNTIL1*NOW1*$GEST-OFF^*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^*IT-WORKS-OUT1
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mbisjetztgehörlosklapp
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I kept other deaf people in view, and finally I asked two or three deaf people I was hanging out with all the time whether they were also considering trying to escape.
r$GEST-OFF^*I1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*DEAF1AAREA1A^*I2WHO3
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mtaubwer
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I kept other deaf people in view, and finally I asked two or three deaf people I was hanging out with all the time whether they were also considering trying to escape.
rAREA1A^*I2WHO3DEAF1AREGULAR4B*I1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2
l$INDEX1
mwertaubstamm
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I found out that they also wanted to go.
r$INDEX1DEAF1AGLADLY1*I2*LIKE4A*
lTO-LIST1C*
mgehörloswie wie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I told them there were several reasons, for example, first, I’m deaf, second, I’m not a spy, and also, I wanted to be free.
r$GEST-OFF^I2*SELF1ADEAF1A$GEST-OFF^I1*NONE1*
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mselbsttaubkein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   But I was just deaf and wanted to be free.
rRIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*$LIST1:1of1*DEAF1AREASON4BTO-WANT2*FREE2A
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mtaubgrundwillfrei
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   He was on our side, because he saw that deaf people were suffering a lot. He didn’t believe I was a spy.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^DEAF1ATO-SUFFER1AYOU1SPY1*
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mtaubleidduspion
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Deaf people in the West were different somehow.
rDEAF1AWEST1BTO-SWARM1^*$GEST-DECLINE1^
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mtaubwesten
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Were those relatives deaf or hearing?
rRELATED1*ALL1B^*DEAF1AHEARING1AAREA1A^*$GEST-OFF^*
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mverwa{ndte}höre{nd}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   In Leipzig I was together with lots of deaf people.
rI1LEIPZIG1B*THERE1DEAF1AGROUP1A*$GEST-OFF^
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mleipzigtaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   Were you the only deaf person and everyone else was hearing?
rALONE2DEAF1AALL1AHEARING1A$GEST-OFF^*
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malleinallehörend
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I wasn’t allowed to be with deaf people for the fear of treason, so we were separated.
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mtaubverra{ten}
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   So, I was the only deaf person among all those hearing people. Once, four or five hearing people came to me and asked how I ended up in prison.
rI2IN1I1DEAF1AALL1AHEARING1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4
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mintaubhörendvier
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   They asked me if I was deaf.
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m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   I explained to them that I was deaf.
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micherkläretaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_06 | 31-45m   The other deaf people where like me; they were from the east just like me, and they used the same signs.
rDEAF1AEQUAL8*TO-SIGN1A*EQUAL8*
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mgehörlosewie ich[MG]wie ich
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_07 | 31-45m   Only about the deaf/
rONLY2BDEAF1A
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mnur
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Yes, I was born deaf.
rBIRTH1A
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m[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   My parents and my brother are deaf as well.
rPARENTS1ABROTHER1A*
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melt{ern}familie[MG]bruder[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   My parents and my brother are deaf as well.
rBROTHER1A*
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mfamilie[MG]bruder[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   A little while after that, one student changed to a school for the deaf. That's how our class grew smaller and smaller.
rPROCEEDING1^AN1ADEAF1ASCHOOL1ATO-THROW1^*TO-DECREASE-STH1A^
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meingehörlosenschule
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Back when I was young, during the time of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, I visited the center for Deaf people in a street called “Friedrichstraße” for the first time.
rFALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL1FIRST-TIME3BCLUB-OR-SOCIETY1AFEBRUARY3^STREET1
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mmauerfallersten malgehörlosenvereinfriedrichstraße
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   A deaf dude who was dressed casually and in a cool manner. I instantly liked that and I started talking to him right away.
rPOINT2^*DEAF1ALOOSE1TROUSERS1BWAISTBELT1A
l$INDEX1
mtyplocker[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   Although the teachers could sign a little bit in LBG (Signed German), it was by far not enough to ensure communication.
rRIGHT-OR-CORRECT1A*FULL2ADEAF1ANOT2$INDEX1*
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mnichtrichtigvoll[MG]nicht[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_08 | 46-60f   The other deaf students in my class failed the final exams.
rDEAF1ATESTING-OR-INSPECTION1GRADUATION-OR-COMPLETION2*TESTING-OR-INSPECTION1
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mprüfungsabschlussprüfung
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   From a deaf guy in Hong Kong.
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mhongkong
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   A deaf person told that story.
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m
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_09 | 18-30f   A deaf woman once told me that she was in a relationship with a man, but somehow it didn’t go too well, so they split.
rTO-COME-INTO-MIND1*$INDEX1*DEAF1A$INDEX1TO-SAY1*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1
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m[MG]früher
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   They see me as the poor deaf guy that they have to help out with everything. I find that intrusive.
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m[MG][MG][MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   But what about deaf people?
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m[MG]wo
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Deaf people can’t expect that yet.
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mselbstverständlichfür[MG]noch nicht
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   I know some Interpreters who are coda; their parents are also deaf.
rWHO3AREA1APARENTS1BDEAF1APERSON1
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mwereltern[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   My opinion is that deaf people should be taught by deaf people.
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mpurfür
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Back in school, everyone was deaf, so I didn’t get tired; I wasn’t exhausted.
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malle[MG]abermüdekein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_10 | 31-45m   Or I should go to another university, because some already had 50, others 30 deaf students.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1UNIVERSITY1*$NUM-TENS2A:5*DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1$INDEX1$NUM-TENS2A:8d*
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mdauniversitätfünfzigdaachtzig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   A lot of deaf people go to school in Halberstadt.
rHALF1ACITY2DEAF1AMASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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mhalberstadtgehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   One parent who was also deaf really wanted to do that.
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meingehörlosselbst
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   If I as a deaf person talked to them, they just looked at the ground, were ashamed and left quickly.
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mtaub
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Relating to that, it might also be interesting to note that my neighbor from across the street just had a deaf child.
rHIS-HER1SON1BIRTH1ADEAF1ABIRTH1A
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msohn
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   The child is in contact with the hearing world only and does not know any deaf people.
rWORLD1$INDEX2TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1ADEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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mweltkennen nichtgehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Usually, deaf peoples’ eyes see everything, that is typical of them.
rDEAF1ASHARP1A*TO-LOOK-AT3*DEAF1A
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mtaubscharfaugen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Usually, deaf peoples’ eyes see everything, that is typical of them.
rDEAF1ASHARP1A*TO-LOOK-AT3*DEAF1ALIKE-THIS1A*
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mtaubscharfaugenso
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   I also know another deaf person with a CI.
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mauch an{der}auch andereauch
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Obviously, the deaf children would feel degraded if they noticed them saying that.
rTO-CRITICISE1B*I1DEAF1ADISCRIMINATION1TO-SPEAK4*
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m[MG][MG]sprechen
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Yet, instead of supporting the deaf people financially, the doctors get payed big money for their operations.
rTO-PAY9FOR1*DEAF1ATO-PAY9*FOR1PHYSICIAN1
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mmehr bezahlfürgehörlosneinfürärzte
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   People will be born deaf again and again, or they lose their hearing early in life, you can find that just about everywhere.
rEXAMPLE1BIRTH5DEAF1AONCE-MORE1A^*OR6A*ACCIDENT-$CANDIDATE-BER11^
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mbeispielgeburttauboderunfall
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   People will be born deaf again and again, or they lose their hearing early in life, you can find that just about everywhere.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Well, she and her husband are both hearing, but the son was born deaf.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   The deaf school, well, no, that would not be good.
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mgehörlosenschule
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   It would be better if a deaf teacher were signing.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   The school for the deaf and the school for the hard of hearing would just have to be merged, and teachers with knowledge of sign language to be hired.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   In principle, deaf schools are good.
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mgehörlosenschulegehörlosenschule
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   In principle, deaf schools are good.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1DEAF1A$INDEX1GOOD1$GEST-OFF^
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mgehörlosenschulegehörlosenschulegut
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   I suppose it would also be interesting for hearing kids to learn something about deaf people.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_11 | 61+m   Many hearing people do not know anything about deaf people.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   That's why I'm all for Deaf Power.
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mdarum[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Oh well. That is why I can't join the hearing world.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   It's not as good for deaf people, however. They have better opportunities in Berlin like schools for the deaf, or deaf clubs. Those kinds of things are better here than in Sicily where everything is still behind.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   It's not as good for deaf people, however. They have better opportunities in Berlin like schools for the deaf, or deaf clubs. Those kinds of things are better here than in Sicily where everything is still behind.
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mschuledaverein
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I like when the family of the person is also deaf.
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mselbstauchfamilie
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Did you know deaf people don’t have to pay the entrance fee for the Reichstag?
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mreichstaggehörlosfrei
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   If we visited the Olympic Stadium, we’d go to the school for the deaf afterwards, as it is nearby.
rTO-GO-THERE1CONNECTION1$INDEX1DEAF1ASCHOOL1ACLOSE-BY1B*$INDEX1
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manschlussschulewarum [MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   If we visited the Olympic Stadium, we’d go to the school for the deaf afterwards, as it is nearby.
rSCHOOL1ACLOSE-BY1B*$INDEX1DEAF1ASCHOOL1ACLOSE-BY1B*
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mschulewarum [MG]schulenah
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I always show people that there are two deaf clubs: one in the east and one in the west.
rDEAF1ATO-RECEIVE-OR-TO-PRESERVE1^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2$INDEX2
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mgehörlosenclubheimzwei
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   Do you mean hearing or deaf people’s traditions?
rHEARING1A*HIS-HER1OR1*DEAF1AMY1*
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mhörendoder[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   My husband is able to be on stage and it doesn't matter to him, because he tells himself that deaf people are also just people.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   When the kids were little, I often took them to deaf events for children.
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mkinderkleinveranstaltung[MG]fürkinder
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   We deaf people miss it, but hearing people whine and nag a lot with each other.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I mean — other deaf people in Germany also say that deaf people from Berlin are especially annoying.
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mmeine[MG]selbstdeutschland[MG]
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_12 | 31-45f   I mean — other deaf people in Germany also say that deaf people from Berlin are especially annoying.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   For instance, we had thins one principal at our school for the deaf in #Name1.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   He was caught by the police right away. The police then found out that he was the principal‘s son.
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mschuldirektor
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   I will be in Saarbrucken at the beginning of November, because of the German Association of the Deaf.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   However, I once experienced that the Deaf Culture Days/
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   We do get extra money as deaf persons.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   With said money, one should be able to afford tickets for the Culture Days every four or five years.
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   I think it has to do with the fact that the money for the deaf is called ‘Pflegegeld’ [Engl. care allowance].
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maberabhängiggehörlosengeldoder
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   That‘s how I fund everything, and the membership fee amounts to 40 euros.
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mholen aberfürvierzig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   And when asking them whether they receive the ‘Pflegegeld’ for the deaf people, they always reply with an eager ‘yes’.
rI1$GEST-ATTENTION1^*QUESTION1DEAF1AMONEY1A*I1PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   One has that money for the deaf on hand.
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mgehörlosengeldgehörloser
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   One has that money for the deaf on hand.
rTO-LET-KNOW3DEAF1A$INDEX1DEAF1AI1
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mgehörlosengeldgehörloser
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_13 | 31-45f   I then point out that the money is supposed to be a means of support.
rDEAF1AMONEY1AIS3HELP1
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mgehörlosengeldisthilfsmittel
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!
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mdugehörlosengeldzweiundachtzig
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_14 | 18-30f   Most of the time I was there with hearing, no wait, with deaf people.
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mmeistenshörend[MG]gehörlos
Berlin | dgskorpus_ber_14 | 18-30f   With deaf people.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   #Name1 showed it to me by accident while we were watching something about deaf people on TV.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   I sometimes feel like deaf people who use ASL are adopting a two-pronged strategy.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Right, you weren’t as much as I was, because you have deaf parents and relatives.
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mdunichteltern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Just imagine that in the place we are born and raised, our parents and everyone in our social environment were deaf.
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meltern[MG]voll[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   Sign language would be used everywhere.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   That is connected to the oral signs and the deaf school.
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moralgehörlosenschuleauch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   There would be a couple of deaf children of hearing parents in that class.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   There are very few deaf codas in a class but a lot of deaf children of hearing parents.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_02 | 31-45m   I broke the habit of using audistic signs and instead used the sign language that originated from deaf people.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   My parents are deaf and they always signed with me.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   There was another student in first grade whose parents were deaf just like mine. We were both “Coda kids”.
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mzwei
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   There was another student in first grade whose parents were deaf just like mine. We were both “Coda kids”.
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melterncoda
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   We, on the other hand, had been to a daycare for the deaf and hadn't thought anything of it.
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mkindergarten
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   While I used to sign to everyone when I came to school, students whose parents didn't sign were shocked.
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merste malschockeltern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   Oftentimes, the other boy with deaf parents and I signed a lot until the teacher would interfere, “Stop signing!”
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   It must have been striking that we - the Coda kids - were smarter than all of our classmates.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   It must have been striking that we - the Coda kids - were smarter than all of our classmates.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   All of my deaf classmates had hearing parents.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   I loved living in boarding school nevertheless, because there were so many deaf people to sign with.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   There were around 400 deaf students attending our school at a rough guess.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   I didn't know what they were talking about; I signed with other deaf people.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_03 | 46-60m   One time a deaf friend from Mainz told me, “In our deaf club you can play ninepin bowling and”/
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   My parents are deaf.
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mmeineeltern
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   And the deaf people, the Deaf people, were all really nice.
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munddeafnett
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The deaf people in America are more interested in sculptures than in paintings.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   And I got to know a deaf person who was the chairman of my club.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The situation is different in her family, though, because her brother is deaf, as well.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I think it’s because I come from two worlds, the hearing world and the deaf world.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   He probably comes from just one, the deaf world.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   Whenever I met a deaf American, I used International Sign.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I said how lucky we were that a deaf person had come up to us.
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mglück[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I asked again whether he was deaf.
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mich[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I asked whether they were deaf, to which they shook their head and started to speak.
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mnein[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   My daughter’s husband is completely deaf.
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mihrmannvoll
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   He has more contact with his first son who is deaf, as well.
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merstsohn[MG]mehrkontakt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I thought every time they were deaf themselves.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   There’s no difference between deaf and hearing people.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   I informed them there would be a deaf guy coming.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   There were 15 kids, 5 were deaf, 5 were hard of hearing and 5 had a CI.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The deaf kids were signing anyway.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   The teachers asked two of the deaf children to join in. But they were stubborn and didn’t want to.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   One group of people with CIs and one group without.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_04 | 61+m   He accepted it, but then rejected the idea of teaching sign language first as a basis; so we got into an argument.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   The deaf tourist group from Munich will travel to India in May, I think.
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mglaubemai
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   But did you feel at first like your deafness was seen negatively in your family?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   But did you feel at first like your deafness was seen negatively in your family?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   No, not until I entered deaf school and learned that I was deaf by identity.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   No, at a hearing - I mean School for the Deaf.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   I learned how the deaf world and the hearing world differ from each other and that I was deaf.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*MEANING1*I1DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Does that mean you're only involved in the deaf world now and want to stay there and you don't have any contact to hearing people?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Does that mean you're only involved in the deaf world now and want to stay there and you don't have any contact to hearing people?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They were told that they weren’t allowed to board the flight because there were too many deaf people at once.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   It’s not a problem if twenty deaf people sit in a plane in the US?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They wanted to go to Austria.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Deaf and hearing people differ a lot from each other.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   Deaf and hearing people differ a lot from each other.
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mundundhörendtrennen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   He wants to visit the University for the Deaf.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   I talked to a deaf woman, she said it shouldn’t be a problem.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   In the past - well, it’s common that way in the US - after landing I just told them that I’m deaf.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   They save the information of one being deaf on their computers?
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   There was a teaching institution right next to the boarding school.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   It’s because they pity the deaf people.
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mheißt[MG][MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   But if you give them your deaf friend’s name, he will be the one to be punished if you were to break the law.
rBUT1*IF-OR-WHEN1A*DEAF1ANAME7*HIS-HER1*YOU1
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maberwennnamedu
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   How I got to know other deaf people and different new signs.
rI1DEAF1AI1TO-GET-TO-KNOW1*LIKE4A*
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mwie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   What if the deaf person doesn’t know you well, though? What about that?
r$ORAL^DEAF1ADONT-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1POISE-BODY1^*$GEST-OFF^
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maber[MG]kennt nicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_05 | 46-60m   With a youth group, we went on a trip with Mr. #Name1 once.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1$INDEX1DEAF1ABOSS1B*GROUP1A*YOUNG1
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mf{rüher}jugend
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Yes, I read about it in the “Life”, the magazine for the Deaf.
r$INIT-STRAIGHT1^*HEADING1^*MAGAZINE1*DEAF1AMAGAZINE1
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mlife
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   But there were also some deaf people.
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m[MG][MG]oftdabei
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   At the “Day of the Deaf”, no, that's wrong/
r$INDEX1DAY1A*DASH2^*DEAF1ANO2BATTENTION1A^*I1
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mtagdergehörlosfalsch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   Many people wanted to get his autograph, but since he was deaf, it was very strenuous for him.
r$PRODTO-SIGN-A-FORM1A^*$INDEX1DEAF1A$PROD
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m[MG]programm programm programm
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_06 | 31-45f   In addition to that, they didn't know anything about funding opportunities for deaf people.
rALSO3ANO-CLUE1HOW-QUESTION1*DEAF1ATO-AVOID1*THEN8FUNDING1*
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mauchkeine ahnungwieumgangdannfinanz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   I've been to the Dominican Republic before, and the deaf people there sign very differently.
rAND2A*DIFFERENT1^*EXAMPLE1*SELF1A
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mundab{er}selber
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   Some German deaf people are very gifted when it comes to introducing new words.
rTHROUGH2A*DEAF1ATO-BELONG1^*GOOD1TO-PRODUCE2^*
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mdurch[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   The deaf people around 40, 50 and up usually sign very proper.
rEXAMPLE1*TEAM-OR-CREW1^$NUM-TENS2A:4ABOVE3B^*
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mbeispielaltgehörlosvierzig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_07 | 18-30m   He was shocked, when he came in, because he had seen a drunk deaf guy who fell over lying outside on the floor.
r$GEST^ALREADY1A*$PROD
lHE-SHE-IT1DEAF1ACOMPLETELY-DRUNK1
mschonschwarz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   I still remember when they found out that I was deaf.
rSOLID1STAMP1^AS-OR-THAN4DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^*
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mfestgestelltals
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   But I thought for a long time that I was born deaf.
rTO-THINK1ABIRTH1BALREADY1A*DEAF1A
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mgedachtgehör{los}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Even though we were all deaf, the teacher was speaking into a microphone, which had a screen attached to make sure the mouth wasn’t visible.
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mobwohlichvollgehör{los}trotzdemeinlehrer
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   I, being a deaf person, didn’t understand anything he was saying.
rCAN2ANOT3A*I2*DEAF1ACAN2A*TO-UNDERSTAND1*
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mkannver{stehen}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   A deaf person from my class wanted to get his own way and continued to sign.
rREASON4B*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1DEAF1AMY1CLASS9$INDEX1*
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mgrundein[MG]meinklasse
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Even so, I did feel interested in staying there, because it meant I wouldn’t be the only deaf person anymore. There were a lot of deaf people who were just like me.
rNOT3A*ONLY2BSOLE1*DEAF1AMUST1ALSO3A$INDEX1*
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mnichtnureinzigemussauch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Even so, I didn’t get used to the deaf world quickly, I wasn’t used to it.
rNOT3AHABIT1IMMEDIATELY2B*DEAF1ATO-JOIN1BNOT-YET2*
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mnichtgewohntsofortnoch nicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   So I was put into the deaf class.
rHENCE1*FOR1DEAF1ACLASS9TO-JOIN1A*
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mdeshalb[MG]gehörlosenklasse
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   We talked and I was asked the typical question, whether I was deaf or hard of hearing.
rQUESTION1*IF4*YOU1*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^*OR1*HARD-OF-HEARING1*
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mfrageob[MG]oderschwerhörig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   I wanted them to accept me staying in the deaf class and still believe that I could be successful and make it.
rALSO1AI1*MUST1A^*DEAF1ACLASS9*TO-QUIT-MEMBERSHIP1*PLEASE2
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mauchgehörlosklassebitte
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   After school, during my educator training, everybody else was also deaf.
rEDUCATION1*ALSO3A*FULL2ADEAF1A
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mauchvollgehörlos
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Through that, I began to realize that I am deaf.
rMORE3*THEREFORE1AWARE1DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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mmehrdarumbewusstgehörlos
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   There were around 100 hearing people and I was clearly the only deaf person.
r$INDEX1*I2*SOLE1*DEAF1ACLEAR1AALL2A$NUM-HUNDREDS1:1
l
m[MG]einzigeklarhundert
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   “As you know, I am deaf.“
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE1$INDEX1*I1*DEAF1A
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mweiß
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   That was my experience as a deaf person.
rMEANING1*EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE6C*AS-OR-THAN4DEAF1A
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mbedeuteterfahrungalsgehörlos
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Actually, I’m sort of glad that I am deaf. That way, I’m happier than hearing people.
rHAPPY1*I2*AS-OR-THAN4*DEAF1AHAPPY1*LUCK1AS-OR-THAN4
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mfrohalsfrohglückals
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   Being deaf means having your peace and quiet.
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*DEAF1AMEANING1*I2*EAR1^*
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mwennbedeutet
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   In the beginning it was very irritating for my parents and they didn’t know how to deal with it.
rHOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*ATTENTION1A^*I1DEAF1ASOLIDIFIED1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
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m[MG]wie wie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   My parents told me that when I was younger, I couldn’t speak or communicate with them at all, because I was completely deaf.
rTO-SAY1I1FULL2ADEAF1AAND2AI2*CAN1*
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msa{gen}vollundichkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   But that was particularly interesting for me, because my parents expected me to speak to deaf people with CIs, so that they would be able to know what was happening.
rALSO1A*NEVERTHELESS2A*IF-OR-WHEN1ADEAF1AEQUAL8^*NEVERTHELESS2AMY1*
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mauchwenngehörlos[MG]trotzdemmeine
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   If he were deaf, for example, that wouldn’t be a big deal to me.
r$GEST-OFF^IF-OR-WHEN1APERSON1DEAF1AALSO3A*I1*$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^
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mwenn[MG]auch[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   They told me that if I had a deaf boyfriend, the next generation, my children, would automatically also be deaf.
rYES1A*$GEST-OFF^*IF-OR-WHEN1ADEAF1ABOYFRIEND-GIRLFRIEND1THEN1ATHEN1A*
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mjawenndannnächste
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   They told me that if I had a deaf boyfriend, the next generation, my children, would automatically also be deaf.
rTO-PROMOTE1B^*ALSO3A*MACHINE-AIDED2B*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^*
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mauchautomatisch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_08 | 18-30f   It can also happen that hearing parents bear a deaf child.
rHEARING1APARENTS1BALSO3A*DEAF1ACHILD1*TO-OBTAIN1*
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mhörendeelternauchkindbe{kommen}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Well, first of all deaf people can insist on their right to use sign language.
rCLEAR1BFIRST-OF-ALL1B$LIST1:1of1d*DEAF1ATO-CLAIM1LAW-OR-JUSTICE1SIGN-LANGUAGE1B
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mklarerstens[MG]rechtgebärd{en}sprache
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   Secondly, deaf people have freedom of choice.
r$LIST1:1of1d$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d*$LIST1:2of2d*DEAF1ATO-CLAIM1ELECTION2B*LAW-OR-JUSTICE1*
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mgehörlosen[MG]w{ahl}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   No matter if deaf or hard of hearing - it's identical for both of them.
rDEAF1AHEARING1A*WHATEVER3*EQUAL8*
l
megal
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   The problem is that deaf people don't know the law very well. Furthermore, there is no place to go to get some information.
rI1PROBLEM1WHAT1ADEAF1APERSON1TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*STATUTE1D*
lWHAT1A*
mproblem
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_09 | 31-45m   It’s because a deaf person might think, “I’m not very good at German, and I’m insecure when writing. It would be better for me to get some support.”
rREASON4A*DEAF1A$GEST^*I1TO-WRITE1A*
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mgrundgehörlose
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   So, I will talk about the Deaflympics.
rTO-TELL4*OVER-OR-ABOUT1$GEST-ATTENTION1^*DEAF1AWORLD1
l
merzählenübergehörlosweltspiele
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   There were deaf people in the streets everywhere.
rSTREET1$PRODFULL1*DEAF1A$PROD
l
mstraßeauf der straßevollgehörlos[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   It was incredibly crowded, there were probably around 15,000 deaf people. Really, it was packed.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*$NUM-TEEN4B:5$NUM-THOUSAND1DEAF1AMASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*FULL1*
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mbestimmtfünfzehntausendgehörlos[MG]voll
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   My parents were great at sign language; my sister was deaf, as well.
rTO-SIGN1BI1SISTER1A*DEAF1A
l
mgebärdenschwester[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   As we drove along there, I suddenly saw other deaf people who were also traveling and I immediately stopped.
rI2CAR-DRIVING2DEAF1A$INDEX1$PROD
l
mich[MG]gehörloshalten
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   We quickly asked them for directions and kept driving.
rBRIDGE2*DEAF1A$GEST-ATTENTION1^WHERE1B$GEST^
l
m[MG]gehörloswo wo wo[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   We followed their instructions and finally found the campsite that the other deaf people were staying at.
r$PRODTO-FIND1ADEAF1ADOWN1*CAMPING2PLACE6B*
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m[MG]gefundengehörlosencampingplatz
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   My father could tell that I wanted a deaf husband.
rFATHER1*TO-MEMORISE1*$GEST-DECLINE1^DEAF1A$GEST^
l
mvatermerke[MG]gehörlos
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   At a deaf/
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^DEAF1A
l
mwarauch auch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_10 | 61+f   At a deaf school?
rDEAF1ASCHOOL1C
l
mgehörlosenschule
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   My grandma, on the other hand, doubted that; she thought I was deaf.
rGRANDMA1CNO1A$INDEX1*DEAF1A
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moma[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I didn’t really think about what it meant to be Deaf.
rSTRONG2BTO-THINK1BTO-INTERLOCK1B^DEAF1ALIKE7A*
l
mstarkbeschäftigtwie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   She tended to gesticulate specifically towards me, and she understood that I was deaf.
r$INDEX1*TO-COMPREHEND1I1DEAF1A
l
m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   She then heard about a kindergarten for deaf children.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^TO-LEARN-STH1BDEAF1ACHILD2*KINDERGARTEN1BTHERE-IS3*
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m[MG]kindergartengibt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   The goal in Germany should be to make deafness normal.
rMORE1GERMAN1AIM2DEAF1AUSUAL1$GEST^
l
mmehr[MG]normal
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   That didn't change until I met an educator who was deaf himself and able to sign. I was able to relate to him.
rUNTIL1EDUCATION-OR-UPBRINGING2BPERSON1^*DEAF1A$INDEX1*TO-SIGN1A*CAN1*
l
mb{is} durcherz{ieher}kann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   For a long time, I thought being deaf meant being disabled as well.
rTO-DEVELOP2SELF1A$GEST^DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^TO-THINK1BDISABILITY1*
l
mselbstbehindert
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Most people said that I am disabled, because I am deaf.
rYOU1*DISABILITY1*REASON4B*DEAF1A
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mbehinderunggrund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Us deaf people don’t really attract attention unless we’re using sign language.
rI1DEAF1ANOT3ATO-STRIKE1A$GEST-OFF^*
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mnichtauffällig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Was the focus solely on Deafness or was Sign Language a topic as well?
rDEAF1AOR4B*ALSO3A*SIGN-LANGUAGE1B
l
moderauchgebärdensprache
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   I knew that, as a deaf person, I had to stay strong and fight through it.
rI1TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*I1DEAF1AMUST1*SOLID1A^THROUGH1A
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mweißmuss
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Deaf people don‘t know it, or only a few do.
rDEAF1ANONE3*LITTLE-BIT4$GEST^
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m[MG]k{ein}wenig
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Actually, I didn’t join the German Association of the Deaf.
rDEAF1AASSOCIATION1A$INDEX1I1
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mgehörlosenbund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   The group took notice of her, because she was deaf and already well-known due to her being placed fourth in the beauty pageant.
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mundbekannt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   Later on when I was in Japan I had more contact to the deaf people there.
rSOMETIME1$INDEX1JAPAN1DEAF1AMORE1CONTACT2A*$INDEX1*
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m[MG]japanmehrkontakt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_11 | 18-30m   But I wasn’t in any other countries, there are very few deaf people there.
rAREA1A*NONE8I1DEAF1A$GEST-DECLINE1^I1
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m[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   I visited a bar with three deaf people.
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mmitdreiwirtschaft
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   I even have been authorized to drive in with my car, because I am deaf.
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mdarf
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   One American who knew about our deafness came to us and said, “Kennedy is dead!”
rAMERICA1*SELF1A*TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BDEAF1ATO-BELONG1^*AREA1A^$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
l
mselbstwissen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_12 | 61+m   He was shocked because of my deafness.
rSHOCK2ADEAF1A
l
m[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   What they say in the film is that it is very modern at the moment to teach deaf and hearing students together.
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lMODERN1D*THERE1DEAF1AWITH1AHEARING1A
mheutemodern[MG]mithörendzusammen
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Would the deaf student be able to communicate well or would there be problems?
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mgehörloswie
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Deaf people need more time; hearing people learn a lot just by listening, but that doesn’t work for deaf people.
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mauchgehörlosbrauchtzeithörend
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Deaf people need more time; hearing people learn a lot just by listening, but that doesn’t work for deaf people.
rMEASURE7A^*
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mhörend[MG][MG]gehörlos[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   In my personal opinion, I think deaf schools should remain.
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michmeinmeine[MG]schulesollbleiben
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Hearing people would get to know deaf people earlier if they went to school together.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN2*SCHOOL1BHEARING1ADEAF1AINTEGRATION1EXPERIENCE1A*$GEST-OFF^
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mfrüherschulehörendgehörlosinte{gration} im lebenerlebt
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   There are still a lot of deaf people that go to deaf schools.
rTODAY3*SCHOOL1ATO-THROW1^*
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   They can understand what deaf people are like.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Grown ups, a couple, one hearing and one deaf person.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   One would often have deaf or hearing friends visiting.
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moftfreundeda[MG]freundehörende
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   If they start talking excitedly among each other, the deaf person is excluded.
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Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   The additional teacher is most of the time deaf and knows sign language anyway.
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mlehrerteilweisegehörlosenlehrerkann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   One teacher speaks, the other one transfers the content into sign language for the deaf students.
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m[MG]fürgehörlos[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   The deaf people can’t keep up with that, they get left behind.
rDONT-ACCOMPLISH1*COHERENCE1A^
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mgehörlosschafftmit
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Because the hearing world is huge, and the deaf world tiny in comparison.
r$ORAL^BIG3BCOMMUNITY1A*
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mhörendeweltgroßgehörlosklein
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_13 | 61+m   Secondly, there would have to be equipment for the deaf students, or there would have to be subtitles.
rNARROW1A^PRESENT-OR-HERE1*FOR1*OR6B*WITH1A*
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mgerätdafürgehörlosodermituntertitel
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_14 | 31-45f   I think the information was on Taubenschlag [a German homepage for the deaf].
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mtaubenschlagwarinfo
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   When I was young, growing up, I didn't realize my deafness.
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mselbst[MG][MG][MG]merkennicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   Hearing Germans lack information about the deaf.
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mschlechtinformationfür[MG]schlecht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   They don't know anything about being deaf.
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mundkennennichtkennennicht
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   I hope people will know better in the future.
rHEARING1A*AREA1A^TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1ADEAF1ATO-PUT-IN3^
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mhörendkenn[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   When I was 16 years old, I joined the same sports club that my deaf brother also had joined.
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mmeinbruderselbstauch
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   It was a nice group of deaf people.
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mmit[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   Yes, of course, with the deaf.
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mja[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   I went on trips on motorcycle with a deaf friend.
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m[MG][MG]freund
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   We randomly met other deaf people.
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l
m[MG]zufallda
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   Internationally, the deaf have no communication problems whatsoever.
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mkeinprobleminternational[MG][MG]keinproblem
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   Whenever I see another deaf person I say “Hi”.
r$INDEX1I1TO-SEE1DEAF1ATOGETHER-PERSON2A^*TO-RAISE-HAND1^*
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m[MG][MG]hey
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   It's just a short conversation if I meet someone that I don't know but notice that they are deaf.
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m[MG][MG]gleich
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_15 | 46-60m   It's just a short conversation if I meet someone that I don't know but notice that they are deaf.
r$INDEX1DEAF1ABOTH2A*DEAF1ASAME3*$GEST^TO-SIGN1D*
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m[MG]gleichdann
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   “I am deaf. Please help me: it's about the car.”
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mich bintaubbittehelfen
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.
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mtelefon[MG][MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   There could be an incident in which a deaf person is attacked by a hearing person, or they could intrude the deaf person's house and beat them up. The deaf person would be completely helpless.
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mu{nd}hö{rend}
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   There could be an incident in which a deaf person is attacked by a hearing person, or they could intrude the deaf person's house and beat them up. The deaf person would be completely helpless.
rTO-ATTACK1*OR1*VIOLENCE3DEAF1AHELPLESS1A*$GEST-OFF^
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m[MG]schla{gen}[MG]
Frankfurt | dgskorpus_fra_16 | 31-45f   Are you a member of a deaf club?
rYOU1*DEAF1ACLUB-OR-SOCIETY2ATO-BELONG1^YOU1*
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mgehörlosverein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   And as a deaf person there is no good in going alone; it is better to have someone with me in case of an emergency.
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mauchfürgehörlose[MG]alleinwenn
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.
rDEAF1AHOW8PROBLEM2A*MUST1*
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mwieproblemmuss
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   The deaf sports club founded the tennis club.
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mgegründetvongehörlossportverein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_01 | 61+m   At first, nobody knew I was deaf.
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mweißgehörlosanfang
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   Exactly there is the deaf community center, a meeting point for deaf people.
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m[MG]clubheim
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   Exactly there is the deaf community center, a meeting point for deaf people.
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mtreffpunktoben
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   Wait, the deaf/
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mmomentgehörlos
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   No, the deaf theater is there.
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mgehörlos
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   But I also heard of some deaf workers, women and men alike, who work in a company that produces cigarettes.
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mvielerfahreneinigear{beiten}frau
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_02 | 61+m   In the deaf community center.
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michbei unsgehörlosenzentrum
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Then, I was bored and read the Deutsche Gehörlosenzeitung [monthly German magazine for the deaf; lit. German Deaf Newspaper].
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m[MG]deutsch gehörlos zeitung
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Many deaf people from all over the world go there.
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mvielanderland[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   Each time I went to visit my girlfriend in the Netherlands lots of deaf people were around.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   We visited some deaf people in Groningen.
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mgroning{en}[MG]besuch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   The teachers were confused because they knew that her parents are hard of hearing and deaf.
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melt{ern}schwerhör{ig}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   It‘s because her parents are deaf.
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mgrundelt{ern}
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_04 | 31-45m   I used to have little contact with other deaf people until I joined the board.
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mgehörlos{en}verkehrnichtfrüher
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   What's important is that there is a deaf leader for us deaf people.
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mfürwichtig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   Sadly there isn't a political Party of the Deaf.
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mleiderpartei[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   There is no deaf party. But if there were, which would be named Party of the Deaf, then/
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mgibtabergibt es nichtgehörlosparteiheißt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   There is no deaf party. But if there were, which would be named Party of the Deaf, then/
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mparteiheißttaubpartei
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   How many deaf people in Germany are there?
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mwie vielwie vieldeutschland
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   I've read that and for me as a deaf person it's a good thing.
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mmichgut
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   It's important for deaf people that they are not spread across the country but come together in the community.
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mwichtigwarumlieber
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   Somewhere else I am a deaf worker/ I mean, not me personally.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_05 | 31-45m   A deaf person from Dusseldorf or Essen told me why.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I had a boss who really liked deaf people and supported them.
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mchef[MG][MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   There were so many deaf people, it was great.
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mviel[MG][MG]wie
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Then, the second point: The jury is made up of several deaf and, I think, two hearing people.
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mjuryverschieden[MG][MG]zweihörend
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   In the evening, everybody met up for the gala in the deaf community center in Munich.
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mwo{anders}gehörlosenclubheimmünchen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   I meet deaf people there playing soccer that I can talk to, or some in Brunswick while bowling.
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mfußb{all}[MG]undbraunschweig
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   In Hamburg, there is the deaf community center with all its offers.
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mhamburggehörlosenclubheimangebot
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   Their friends and other deaf people think they’re exhausting.
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mfreund[MG][MG]anstrengend
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   The deaf person/
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mwas
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   It’s typical for deaf people to wave to get another person’s attention.
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mauftypisch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   That was exhausting, and in addition, I was deaf. Why me?
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m[MG]zu vieldazu[MG]warum
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   My dad wanted to write a report on his deaf daughter with Usher’s Syndrome, and then I would be shown in a clip.
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mersten maltochter[MG]usher[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   If I were shown on tv, deaf people would approach me until I would have bruises on my shoulders.
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msowiesogehörlosblau[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_07 | 18-30m   From the vocational school in Essen, three deaf people alone flew to Cuba because of me.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I was in Brussels and randomly met two deaf people at the bus stop there.
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mgewesenzwei[MG]zufallbusgetroffen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   People in Spain sign slightly differently, and they explained the signs to me.
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mspanienb{isschen}anders
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I met an old deaf man in Italy who’s signing was so different that I didn’t understand a thing.
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mitalieneinaltmann[MG]
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   And all this without the governmental benefits for the deaf.
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mgehörlosengeldohne
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   Or — to make it really simple — I could pay for the service myself using the governmental benefits for the deaf if they transferred it to me.
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modereinfachgehörlosengeldse{lbst}dafür
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   People in other countries get a whole lot of governmental benefits for the deaf.
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mgehörlosengeldanders
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   People in other countries get a whole lot of governmental benefits for the deaf.
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mandersvielgehörlosgeld
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   It's nice that there’s supposed to be a university for deaf people.
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mneugründenfürgehörloseschönja
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   My mother and her children, that is grandma’s grandchildren, are all deaf.
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menkelsohnauchtaub
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_08 | 18-30f   I know a deaf guy who is somewhat older.
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mkenneeinschonbi{sschen}alt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Okay, I’ll start with the school for the Deaf.
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m[MG]bedeutetschuleanfangen
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   We had neighbor, an elderly man, who was also deaf.
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mmannselbstauch
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The hard of hearing students, the deaf girls and one mixed group made up of hearing and hard of hearing students where separated into different areas.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The hard of hearing students and the deaf students were separated.
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mnicht zusammenschwerhörig[MG]zusammengetrennt
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   The hard of hearing boys had a small room upstairs and the deaf boys were in a big room downstairs.
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muntenvolltaubgroß
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   There were a few other deaf people there.
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meinigeda
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_09 | 61+f   Deaf students who were commuting to school always had great bread with them and shared it with me.
rALSO3ADEAF1AWHO2$INDEX1NON-LOCAL-STUDENT1*
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mauchwerfahrtschüler
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   You didn’t know if they were hearing or deaf, everyone seemed deaf.
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mhörendgehörlossehenwie
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   You didn’t know if they were hearing or deaf, everyone seemed deaf.
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msehenwiegehörlos
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Another deaf person held a lecture and I attended it.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   I went to get some food with another deaf person from Taiwan that I met accidentally.
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mzufalleingehörloseraustaiwan
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   Even though she has no deaf relatives or knows any deaf people.
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mverwandte[MG]kein
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   She as a hearing person got involved with the deaf community and that is how she learned everything.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There was some kind of term for deaf people on it.
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mnamefürgehörlos
Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   They had that device which was similar to a cell phone but for deaf people.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There were also some other deaf people staying at the same motel.
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Göttingen | dgskorpus_goe_10 | 46-60m   There is this travel group in Frankfurt; they are called XXL-travel.
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mfrankfurtgehörlosgruppeauchx-x-l-travel
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   There were no deaf people near where I used to live.
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mhausnachbar
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   There were no deaf people near where I used to live.
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mhausnachbar
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   You used to meet deaf people on a daily basis.
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mwarumtäglich
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Somehow it was like a Deaf city.
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mgefühlstadt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   A deaf person once told me that if I enjoyed eating it, I should know the ingredients.
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mfreundinhalt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Sure, you need deaf/
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maberbrauchen[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   I know many deaf people who had been happy at boarding school.
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mvielkennenviele
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   I know many deaf people who had been happy at boarding school.
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mkennenvielein{ternat}sa{gen}glücklich
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   Yes, right, that‘s what it is for deaf people.
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m[MG]du
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   I thought that hearing people were cruel when they reacted this way.
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mverhaltenich w{arum}da{chte}bedeuten
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   And the other way round, of course. When hearing people watch deaf people, they often think they are fighting. But they are just having a conversation.
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mweltmanchmalernst
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_01 | 31-45m   At least not among the deaf.
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m[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   Yes, they turn on slowly. How do deaf people cope with their light systems then?
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m[MG]wie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   If there are no regular light bulbs available later on, the deaf won't be able to use the floor lamps that are used for the light flashing systems.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   The benefits of free rides are important for the deaf.
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mfreifahrtfürgehörloswichtig
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_02 | 46-60f   The deaf are travelling great distances to meet up with each other.
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mgehörlostreffen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   We generally need more information and specifically more information through deaf people themselves for the parents.
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maufklärungundmehr[MG]seitemussaufklärung
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   You can also see that a lot of kids from the schools with an integration program are sent back to the schools for the deaf.
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mauffallenwasingehörlosenschuleviele
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I've also noticed that there are some people in the Deaf community that use sign language and do work at deaf clubs.
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mauffallenerwachsene[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I've also noticed that there are some people in the Deaf community that use sign language and do work at deaf clubs.
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m[MG][MG]gemeinschaft[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   They have a deaf wife, but, their kids are hearing, and they still feel like they need to hear.
rSELF1AWIFE1DEAF1ATOGETHER3A^NEVERTHELESS2BCHILD2*
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mfrautrotzdemkinder
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   We are completely comfortable with being deaf.
rFULL2ATO-GROW-UP1A*BODY3^*DEAF1A
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mvoll[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   It is important that the doctor gives you information about everything, including deaf people, before you get your CI.
rINFORMATION1*TO-PLAN-AND-GO-THROUGH-WITH-STH1*ALSO1ADEAF1ATO-OWN1*
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minfoauchgehörlos[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   And they have to accept that their child is simply deaf.
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makzeptierenmenschso
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I think the Deaf community/
r$GEST^I1TO-THINK1ADEAF1ACOMMUNITY1B
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michdenkegemeinschaft
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I think, up until now, the Deaf community has been strongly opposed to the CI; it is simply unacceptable for them.
rI1TO-THINK1ADEAF1ACOMMUNITY1BUNTIL-NOW3B*WHAT1B
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mdenkegemeinschaftbis jetztwas
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   They were assaulted and bullied, so that they would get a CI and thus there are less and less deaf people.
rCI1TO-INCREASE-OR-TO-GAIN-WEIGHT3^HARASSING1BDEAF1ATO-REDUCE3
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m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Honestly though, would deaf people do that?
rGENUINE1TRUE2DEAF1ATO-MAKE1DEAF1AUNION1B
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m[MG]gehörlosmachengehörlosenverband
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Honestly though, would deaf people do that?
rTRUE2DEAF1ATO-MAKE1DEAF1AUNION1BTO-MAKE1*HERE1
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m[MG]gehörlosmachengehörlosenverbandmacht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Honestly though, would deaf people do that?
rUNION1BTO-MAKE1*HERE1DEAF1AUNION1BTO-MAKE1*$GEST^
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mmachtgehörlosenverbandmacht
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   Deaf people are only working among themselves.
rDEAF1ATOGETHER1A*AMONG-EACH-OTHER3TO-WORK1
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mgehörlosarbeit
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   It is easier to connect with the hearing parents of a deaf child through hearing.
rAND5HEARING1A*PARENTS1ADEAF1ACHILD2PRESENT-OR-HERE1PARENTS1A
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mundelternkinddaeltern
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   I've also noticed that the collaboration between the deaf parents and the staff of the school for the deaf during parent conference day doesn't work.
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mundauchauffallenelternselbst[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   The deaf parents recently started working together with the hearing parents in Oldenburg after I talked to them a couple times and convinced them to do so.
r$ALPHA1:O-LTO-DEVELOP2PARENTS1A*DEAF1APARENTS1AI1TO-TEACH1*
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molden{burg}langsameltern
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_03 | 31-45f   We know what being Deaf implies, how the school works and so on and so forth.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BHOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1DEAF1ACONTENT3TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
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mweißwieweißwie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   A president from Austria came to tell something about the differences between Germany and Austria.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPRESIDENT2APERSON1DEAF1A$INDEX1AUSTRIA1*HIS-HER1
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meinpräsident[MG]österreich
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_04 | 18-30f   They also showed a film about the founding of the German Deaf Youth.
rBEGINNING1ASOURCE1A^*GERMAN1DEAF1AYOUNG1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1$GEST-OFF^
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manfanggründungdeutschegehörlosenjugendwie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Signing with other deaf people will just disappear.
rDEAF1ATO-SIGN1A$GEST-OFF^DISSOLUTION1A*
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mgebärden[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I had three deaf colleagues there.
rTO-OWN-TO-EXIST1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3dDEAF1ACOLLEAGUE1A*$INDEX1*
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m[MG]dreigehörloskollegen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He knew her parents were deaf, which is why he specifically recommended getting an implant for the newborn.
r$INDEX1*TO-BELONG1^PARENTS1ADEAF1ATO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A$INDEX1*SUDDENLY4*
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melternweiß[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He was deaf.
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m
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Well, we deaf people, we have to protest over and over again to achieve something.
r$GEST-OFF^$INDEX1ALL2C^*DEAF1AMUST1PROTEST1*$GEST^
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mgehörlosmusswir
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He was deaf. We met and got along well.
rDEAF1ATO-GET-TO-KNOW1BOTH2A*GOOD1*
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mkennen lernen
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   That really would be a pity, as in that case deaf schools and sign language would vanish.
rTOO-BAD1*$INDEX1DEAF1ASCHOOL1CDISSOLUTION1C^TO-SIGN1A*
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mschadefürgehörlosenschule[MG]gebärden
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Well, deaf parents that have a deaf baby already have experience with deafness, and they‘ll refuse having a CI.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1B*DEAF1AOLD8B*PARENTS8CIRCLE1B^
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mvielgehörlosalteltern
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Well, deaf parents that have a deaf baby already have experience with deafness, and they‘ll refuse having a CI.
rOLD8B*PARENTS8CIRCLE1B^DEAF1AWOMAN3A*MOTHER1*DEAF1A
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maltelterngehörlosfraumuttergehörlos
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Well, deaf parents that have a deaf baby already have experience with deafness, and they‘ll refuse having a CI.
rDEAF1AWOMAN3A*MOTHER1*DEAF1ABOTH2A*CHILD1*BIRTH6
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*
mgehörlosfraumuttergehörloskindgeboren
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Well, deaf parents that have a deaf baby already have experience with deafness, and they‘ll refuse having a CI.
rCHILD1*BIRTH6$INDEX1DEAF1A$INDEX1TO-SAY1*EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE1A*
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mkindgeborenerfahrung
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   If they have a deaf baby, they can't handle not being able to talk to him or her and they go ask a doctor.
rBIRTH6*DEAF1AI1*PROCESSING1B*TO-SPEAK1A*
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mgeboren[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   The deaf child, I mean the grandchild is deaf.
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mgehörloskindenkelkind
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   The deaf child, I mean the grandchild is deaf.
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mkindenkelkind
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   It doesn't only go that way with hearing people, also with some deaf people.
rALL1A*HEARING1AALSO1ADEAF1AHALF1BALSO3A*
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mallehörenauchhalbauch
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   As a CODA he can sign as if he were deaf, although he's actually hearing.
rCODA1*TO-SIGN1E*FULL1*DEAF1ATO-SIGN1E*SELF1A*HEARING1A*
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mc-o-d-a[MG]selbsthörend
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   In that case, the daughter wanted the implantation, because her parents are deaf and they speak inarticulately.
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mmeineeltern
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I had lots of friends in the deaf community, though, who helped me out.
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mabervielgehörloskontaktviel
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I felt free there and enjoyed meeting deaf people. I simply liked being there.
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mgernetreff treffgern
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I was just signing with the other deaf people.
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m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Nowadays they concentrate on their worries about the deaf people's future.
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msorgefürgehörloszukunft
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But I want to promote the deaf people's future.
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michzukunftgehörlos[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Many are living by themselves.
rDEAF1AALONE1B*
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mgehörlosallein allein allein allein
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   They wish for the chance to live together with other deaf people.
rFUTURE1A$GEST-OFF^*LIKE4A*DEAF1ATOGETHER1A*
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mzukunftwie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   If it really happens that cochlea implantations increase, there will be less deaf schools and integration schools will develop further.
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msehenmehr mehr mehr mehrgehörlosenschuleweniger wenigerintegrationsschule
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I visited another deaf guy once.
rONCE1ADEAF1AI1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*
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meinmal
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   There were many deaf people living round there.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1B*$INDEX1*MUCH-OR-MANY1BDEAF1AOLD4AGENERALLY1C*
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m[MG]viel
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   There are five deaf people doing the driver service.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5CAR-DRIVING2DEAF1ASELF1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5CAR-DRIVING2
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mfünffahrerselbstfünffahrdienst
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   The deaf people feel good here, they can chat and get news.
rDEAF1AWELL1*HERE1*TALK2A
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m[MG]wohlunterhalten
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   She said she wanted to send me to the school for the deaf in Hildesheim.
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mmöchtegehörlosenschulehildesheim
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Deaf people feel comfortable at the meetings here, because they can sign with everyone.
rTO-MEET2A*DEAF1AWELL1*TO-SIGN1G*
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mtreffenwohl
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.
rEXAMPLE1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1DEAF1ATO-SIGN4HAPPY1CAN1*
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mbeispieleinfrohkann
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He should rather get rid of the CI and sign more.
rDEAF1AOFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1A*MORE1TO-SIGN1A
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mwegmehr
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   There are many deaf people.
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m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   There are around 20 deaf people living in the area.
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m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   But a CI can't repair the hearing of a deaf; how would that be possible?
r$ORAL^CI2DEAF1ACAN1*TO-REPAIR1TO-HEAR2*
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maber[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   How could a deaf teacher get a job and teach?
rEXAMPLE1$GEST-OFF^DEAF1ATEACHER1HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1TO-HIRE1C*
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mbeispielgehörloserlehrerwie
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Hearing teams were on top of the ranking list, deaf teams at the bottom.
rHEARING1A*FROM-TO2^FROM-TO2^*
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mhörend[MG][MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   If the teacher's deaf but can't teach deaf students, is he supposed to teach hearing students then?
rIF-OR-WHEN1A*TEACHER1SELF1A*DEAF1ATO-TEACH1*LATER3*DISSOLUTION1A^
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mwennlehrerselbstspäter[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   The professor from Hamburg told my parents, ”There is a school for the deaf as well.”
rPARENTS1A$GEST^THERE-IS3DEAF1ASCHOOL1A*
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melterngibtgehörlosenschule
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   My parents had to decide between three different schools for the deaf: Osnabrück, Hildesheim and Braunschweig.
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melternentschiedendreigehörlosenschuleosnabrück
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   Two years later, they told my brother the child was deaf.
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mmeinbruderwas
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   I can sign and communicate with other people.
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manderevorkommunikation
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   A long time ago, I used to know a deaf guy with a CI through my godfather.
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mgroßeinichpate
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He knows what it's like. He was deaf and then got implanted as he grew up.
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mselbstgroßc-i
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_05 | 61+f   He can talk in his group of people with CI like I do in my group of deaf people.
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mc-igruppegruppe
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   Me as a deaf person, I don't know what's happening around me and wonder why everyone around me suddenly leaves.
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mwenn[MG]was
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_06 | 31-45f   I live among deaf people only, and everyone signs.
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mvoll
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   A deaf guy told me later, once an examinee fails the test, that they usually pull up to the roadside and switch seats immediately.
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mnormalsagtstimmt
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   He was hearing? I had a hearing driver's ed teacher, too, but many deaf people went to him.
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mhörenoftoft oft oft
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   My driving instructor and the driving test examiner got into the car and I was on my motorcycle behind the car.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_07 | 18-30m   Yes, deaf people often have a problem with their balance.
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Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   Back then a deaf friend invited me to come.
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mfreund[MG][MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   And among deaf people, maybe.
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m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   I know a deaf person from East Germany. #Name1, do you know him?
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mosten#name1#name1
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   I asked him if he wanted to meet deaf people and he said, “no.”
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m[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   Then he said that he had to go to a bar where deaf people were, to pick up a document.
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mbrauchlokaltaub[MG]
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   Deaf people were there.
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mda
Bremen | dgskorpus_hb_08 | 61+m   “I am deaf and you are too,” but they turned away and looked straight ahead. I thought it was odd.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   So, I have already been sailing three times with a group of deaf people.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I think, if there are more than 300 members, they will keep the deaf manager. If there are less than 300 members/ but oh well, right now there are roughly 320 members in the sports club.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   Only deaf people/
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mnurgehörlos
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_01 | 61+m   I have a question for you: How many deaf members are there in your city?
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mstadewie viel
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   A lesbian couple in America wanted to have a deaf child.
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mwunschkind[MG]wunsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   It worked; they had a deaf child.
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mprob{lem}[MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Deaf people defended themselves by asking whether it wouldn‘t be okay to have expectations.
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mkeinerwartung
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   They, as deaf people, just wanted to have a deaf child.
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mwunsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   They, as deaf people, just wanted to have a deaf child.
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mwunschkindhab
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But on the other hand, in the future it will become more difficult because the number of deaf people in this world is decreasing.
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mweltzukunft[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   It doesn’t have to be deaf.
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mmuss nichtmuss nicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For example, when they bring friends home they might feel weird about having deaf parents.
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meltern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For example if your child were deaf.
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man{ge}nommselbst
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   You decided for the child that it would be deaf.
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mklarduselb{st}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   You do have a deaf, no, a hearing son, right?
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mbedeutselbstneinsohnhörend
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But if a child is born deaf, what‘s wrong with that?
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m[MG]kindschon[MG]du{rch}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   A hearing child could also get psychological problems later on because of the deaf parents.
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m[MG]grundeltern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   It could also happen if only the mom is deaf.
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mobmama[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   The grandparents are deaf while the grandchildren are hearing.
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mgroßeltern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   So, it’s not only in regard to being deaf.
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mnichtnur
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But if it is about deafness, then I don’t know.
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maberwennweißnicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For me, deafness isn’t an illness.
rDEAF1AFOR1*NOT3ANONE1*
l
mfür michnichtkein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   And on top of that, someone might ask for the child to be born deaf, for all the characteristics to fit.
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mharmoniewünsch [MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   It’s not so much about the child being deaf, but whether you will be able to decide on your child’s hair being blond, or it having blue eyes, or being 1,80 meters tall?
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mfrageobegalaber ob
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Considering that situation, I can just as well say that I want a deaf child.
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mvor{stellen}wunschauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Considering that situation, I can just as well say that I want a deaf child.
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mauchkind
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   The question is whether you want a deaf child or whether you don’t care.
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mobge{hörlo}sfragw{u}nsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I don’t wish for it to be deaf, but if it happens to be deaf at birth, then that’s the way it is.
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mwunschab{er}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   I don’t wish for it to be deaf, but if it happens to be deaf at birth, then that’s the way it is.
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mab{er}[MG]gehörlosdoch[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Of course, it’s typical of deaf people to be talking about who’s with whom.
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mklartypischwer
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For example, I know a couple, they are deaf and parents of a deaf child, but still they feel/
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mbekanntelternkind
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   For example, I know a couple, they are deaf and parents of a deaf child, but still they feel/
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mkind[MG]trotzdem
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Does that mean that you wouldn’t consider a person with a CI to be deaf anymore?
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mfürc-inichtoderfürwas
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   Well, it’s not like you wouldn’t be deaf anymore.
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mnicht mehrnicht
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But of course someone with a CI is still deaf, they are still hearing impaired, that’s for sure.
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maberbleibklarc-i
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But I’m surprised to see that even some deaf parents will have their deaf child implanted with a CI.
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mbaffwarumeltern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   There were a few students with a CI whose parents were deaf.
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mc-iaucheltern
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_02 | 31-45f   But the deaf community shouldn’t condemn people using a CI either.
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mdarfnichtgehörlosgesellschaftdarf
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   That’s the sign for a Deaf space, ha!
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mbereich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   Concerning the Deaf Community, you could say that a good voice compares to a good sense of your hands, your facial expression, and your posture and body movements. Eventually, the award is the recognition for the person's ability to use their body poetically.
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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.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   When deaf people sign they convey an imagery, a particular image/
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   Also when meeting deaf friends or so, everything was about this topic.
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mfreundkommthema thema
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_03 | 46-60m   We didn‘t know that in the past they ‘signed’ [gebärden] at the schools for the deaf. We knew it as ‘to chat’ [plaudern].
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mfrühergehörlosenschulegebärden
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_04 | 46-60m   Then a group of deaf people and I did the work ourselves, and it went pretty well.
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mselbstleutezusammen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   They told me that there was a thing such as Deaf theater in America and that for instance deaf people would stand on a stage and talk about something.
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mamerikadatheaterselbst
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   They told me that there was a thing such as Deaf theater in America and that for instance deaf people would stand on a stage and talk about something.
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mdatheaterselbst[MG]bühne
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   This kind of modern theater being played by deaf actors!
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mmodernestheaterschaffengehörlos
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   The IVT showed me how confident deaf people can be and I am very thankful for that.
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mgehörlosekannselbstbewusst
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   Up to that point there had been a deaf German theater with some signs, but those were LBG. [LBG is the German equivalent to Signed English].
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mdeutschgehörlosentheaterda
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   I, on the other hand, wanted to focus on and address deafness itself.
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mwünschemehrthemagehörlos
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   A deaf person joined the group; his name was Peter Schick.
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meingehörloser[MG]peterschick
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   We accomplished to put on many different plays with themes involving sign language and “What’s a Deaf identity,” as well as various conflicts with the hearing world and other topics.
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mschaffenthemageb{ärden}sprachegehörlosidentitätbedeutetkonflikt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_05 | 31-45m   I especially liked the play „Gehörlos so, was?!“ [Deaf so, what?! Title in German Sign Language Grammar, meaning “What is Deafness?“].
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mbes{onders}schöngehörlossowas
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_06 | 61+f   Also hearing people were surprised that deaf people could act like that.
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mselbst[MG]selbstmanchmalspielen
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Through it, deaf people get to know the hearing world.
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mgrundmehrkennen{lernen}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I only ever went to a school for the deaf.
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mgrundschuledurch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Deaf culture falls by the wayside.
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mkulturwo
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Whenever you run into someone, you often already know them from the school for the deaf.
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mschulebeispiel
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   If there were no more schools for the deaf/
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mschu{le}[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I’m not only thinking about deaf people.
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mnichtnur
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   But I don’t know if it were that great for deaf people.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Whoever grows up with deaf friends is not afraid of contact.
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mwergew{esen}kont{akt}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I think schools for the deaf should keep on existing.
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mbesserschu{le}bleib
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Going to a school for the deaf, it’s different.
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mgehörlos
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Then, one would write down that one is deaf.
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m[MG]aufschreiben
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Later on, you would meet someone deaf.
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mgehörlos
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   In any case, deaf culture needs to be its own subject at schools.
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mklarmussgehör{los}kulturunterrichtsfach
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Deaf people only meet hearing people pretty late.
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mnichtsko{ntakt}mitsp{ät}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   What do you think, how many deaf children should be in one class?
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mwie vielsoll
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Yes, those basics would be taught by deaf people.
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mgrund[MG]gehörlosunterrichtenja aber
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Hearing and deaf students would be together.
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mbedeu{tet}hörendkann
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   But he had a class with deaf students.
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maber
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Bilingualism to me is what’s happening at the Schools for the Deaf, for example.
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mb{iling}u{al}wieschule
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   They would be something like a deaf educator.
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mwiepädagoge
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   So let’s imagine a deaf teacher gets hired.
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mvorstellvor{stellen}lehrervorst{ellen}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Yes, imagine a lot of deaf people now starting to study to become teachers.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   And then imagine there suddenly being no more schools for the deaf.
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mvor{stellen}[MG]schule
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Do you think deaf people will vanish? I don’t think so.
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maberglaubgehör{los}glaub
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I think that schools for the deaf will disappear, yes, I believe that!
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mgehörlosenschule[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Yes, the schools, of course. But I meant deaf people also vanishing.
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mschulejamein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   So the schools for the deaf disappear.
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mgehörlosenschu{le}[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Okay, let’s imagine that schools for the deaf will not exist anymore at some point, as you are saying.
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mvorst{ellen}sagglaub
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   If there were only schools for the deaf, maybe they’d disappear.
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mgehörlos{en}schulallein
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Do you think it’d be better to keep the schools for the deaf separate?
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msinnvollfür
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   In-between, some single deaf students.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   The deaf people would prefer to receive knowledge.
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mgerneinhalt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   They would then rather decide to go to an integration school, but then deaf culture would fall by the wayside.
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maberwo
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   This point is incredibly important to me, because deaf culture needs to remain.
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mkul{tur}für mich
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   So in Hamburg there are both the school for the deaf and for the hard of hearing, and they’re both pretty small.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Are those deaf people?
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m[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I don’t know if they’re deaf, but definitely hearing-impaired. Most of them are probably rather hearing-impaired, I think.
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m[MG][MG][MG]hörgesch{ädigt}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   So imagining that schools for the deaf would be abolished completely.
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m[MG]schuleabvoll
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Sadly there are too few deaf people for that.
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mlei{der}wenig
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   That way each city would have one school for deaf students.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Deaf students would go only there.
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mbedeu{tet}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   How would that work out with the deaf teachers, anyway?
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munmö{glich}
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Deaf students don’t have the same level of education.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I noticed that a lot of deaf CODAs are being sent to integration schools.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   For deaf students without deaf parents, the question of culture is a different one altogether.
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mwernichtcodawieaus
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   However they have the convenience of being taught by a deaf teacher and, through that, exposure to the culture.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   I saw that randomly. It was about a deaf CODA.
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mstimmtdeafcodada
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   It used to be the case that deaf/ no, hearing people used to tease deaf people and amuse themselves at their expense.
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mauchfrühertypischhörend
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It used to be the case that deaf/ no, hearing people used to tease deaf people and amuse themselves at their expense.
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m[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   And that’s a teaching subject just for deaf students.
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munter{richts}fachfür
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   There’s so much that’s been tried with deaf people already.
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mwiebis jetztimmerversuch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Of course there were more hearing than deaf people.
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mklarmehrals
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Or an educator, someone who knows how to deal with deaf children and knows about the lessons.
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mumgang
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   With a deaf teacher, there’s more understanding and one can identify with them.
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mmehrversteheni{denti}fikation
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It‘s so characteristic of deaf teachers to tell the students that they can’t do it.
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mtypischlehrerauchgesagt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   What’s also noticeable with elderly deaf people:
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mfrüheralt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Because they were being kept down by teachers and the hearing parents.
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Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It’s just completely normal. It doesn’t matter whether someone is hearing or deaf. It’d be a mix.
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mnormal[MG]hö{rend}egal[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Deaf people can do everything, too!
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mkannauch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   It said, ‘Deaf people aren’t dumb.’
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mdumm[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Because one is already in contact with deaf people at school.
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mauchschülergibt
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   Then one already knows about the topic of deafness.
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mschon
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   One needs to show them clearly what a deaf person needs.
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m[MG]wasbrauchklar
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_07 | 18-30f   An example would be that deaf teachers also have to work in integration.
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mbeispiellehrermuss
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   Most deaf people who visit me usually want to see the Reeperbahn.
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mmeistwaswünsch
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   That’s when I saw the headline on Taubenschlag [German online forum for the deaf and hard of hearing]: ‘Gunter Puttrich is dead.’
rGO-START2^SHELF2A^$PRODHEADING1^*
lDEAF1A
mtaubschlag[MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   She had of course heard all about it, but I didn’t because I’m deaf.
rPERCEPTION1*TO-PERCEIVE-EAR1*I1DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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m[MG][MG]
Hamburg | dgskorpus_hh_08 | 46-60f   One deaf person was also involved.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dDEAF1A$INDEX1ACTIVE1^ALSO1A
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meinauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   He just wants to support me, so that I am able to be a tax accountant for deaf people someday.
rI2TAX1*ADVICE1*DEAF1AADVICE1*TO-WISH1A*AIM4*
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msteuerberater[MG][MG]wünschziel
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   She already sent out her applications anyway, because other deaf people told her that there were some jobs in the psychological field in Cologne available.
r$GEST^TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH2^*THROUGH2ADEAF1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*THERE-IS3*PSYCHOLOGY1A*
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mbewerbungdurch[MG]gibtpsychologe
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   He said that it was new to him that there were deaf psychologists.
rNO1AREASON4BWEIRD1DEAF1APSYCHOLOGY1A*RESEARCH1CHEARING1A*
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mgrund[MG]psychologiehörend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   She works in Aachen now and produces movies for deaf people.
rNOW1AACHEN3*$INDEX1*DEAF1ATO-SPREAD2^MOVIE1CAMERA1^*
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mjetztaachen[MG][MG]film
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_01 | 18-30f   I went there with my sister and two deaf friends. We toured the island with motorcycles.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dAND2A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dDEAF1ATOGETHER1A*MOTORCYCLE1^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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mundzweieine
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   There are cases of people wanting to have a deaf baby, but those are rare.
rTO-WISH1BI2*TO-WANT5DEAF1ABIRTH1ATO-WANT5*
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mwünsch[MG]willwill
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   If they are interested in connecting with deaf people they can join the classes.
rCOHERENCE1A^*VALUE1B^*CONTACT2ADEAF1ATO-SIGN1A*$INDEX1*AREA1A
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mkon{takt}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   Companies in which several deaf persons work are also a possibility.
rIN-CONTAINED2PRESENT-OR-HERE1TO-LIST1CDEAF1AIN-CONTAINED2$INDEX1
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minda[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   But I’m the only Deaf person.
rONLY2B$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1SOLE1DEAF1A
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mnurein[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_02 | 46-60f   But it’s going well in Mülheim, lots of deaf people work there.
r$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^GOOD1MUCH-OR-MANY1ADEAF1A$INDEX1$ALPHA1:M$INDEX1
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mmülheim[MG]viel[MG]mülheim
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   There are more and more deaf people.
rNOW1*MORE3DEAF1A
l
mmehr mehr
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Maybe you know a deaf person, or, what do I know, a singer, who is open to having a Mohican haircut or dress in an unusual manner.
rEXAMPLE1*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*DEAF1APERSON1OR1*SINGER2
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m[MG]sänger
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_03 | 18-30m   Deaf people can't participate in the Miss Universal pageant.
rUNIVERSAL-$CANDIDATE-KOE15^$GEST-OFF^DEAF1ATHERE-IS3
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muniversal
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_04 | 18-30f   Did she become deaf or was she born deaf and got the CI because of that?
rPURE-OR-SHEER1*
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mwieder zurückoderpur[MG]kann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_06 | 46-60f   The reason is that both hearing and deaf people are not aware of that and they just don't know the cultural background of each other.
rREASON4A*ALL2APARENTS5*DEAF1ATO-PONDER3MEMORY-OR-REMINDER2^*NONE3*
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mgrundeltern[MG][MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   For example I’m Deaf, you’re Deaf.
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michtaubdutaub
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   For example I’m Deaf, you’re Deaf.
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l
michtaubdutaub
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Yes, Deaf people told me about the severe crisis.
r$INDEX1DEAF1ATO-TELL3ABAD3D*$INDEX1
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m[MG]tauberzäh{lt}schlimmer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   They said that there are always financial crises in Greece.
r$INDEX2DEAF1ATO-TELL1*OVER-OR-ABOUT1GREECE-$CANDIDATE-KOE34^
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m[MG]tauberzähltübergriechenland
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I talked about it with Deaf people. I don’t know too much about it myself.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1I1TO-TELL3B*
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mgehörloser{zählen}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   A mother is ashamed of her deaf children and has them implanted CIs.
rCHILD2*MOTHER5SHAME1DEAF1ATO-LET1*$PROD
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mkindmutterschämentaub[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   My father hated deaf people.
rI1MOUSTACHE7^*TO-HATE1*DEAF1AI1*
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mmeinvaterhassgehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   My father continued shouting that he hated deaf people.
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michhassgehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Less deaf people work in the factories.
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maberjetztgehörlosweniggehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Less deaf people work in the factories.
rDEAF1ALITTLE-BIT7B$INDEX1DEAF1ANOW1LITTLE-BIT7ATHROUGH2A
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mgehörlosweniggehörlosjetztwenigdurch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Yes, to the companies deaf people are just trouble.
rCOMPANY1ATO-BE-ANNOYED2ON-PERSON1DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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mfirmaärgeraufgehörlose
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   The deaf people want to work and believe they get a job.
rDEAF1ATO-WANT8*TO-BELIEVE2BI2
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mgehörloswollenglaub
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   Why am I deaf?
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mwarum
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   I don’t like the operations and the research.
rOPERATION1DI2TO-WORK4^DEAF1ATO-SEE1TO-LIKE4I1
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mo-pforschgehö{rlos}sehmag nicht
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_07 | 61+m   But if the mother and father hate sign language and deafness, then that’s nonsense.
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mgebärdenundgehörlosquatsch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   I played squash once with another deaf person.
rI1SQUASH1I1DEAF1ATOGETHER-PERSON1SQUASH1TO-PLAY1*
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msquash[MG]squash
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   I ran across these trunks but then a deaf person pushed me and I fell off.
r$PRODSUDDENLY4*$GEST-TO-PONDER2^*DEAF1AON-PERSON1*TO-SHOVE1I1
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m[MG][MG][MG]auf[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_08 | 31-45m   Another deaf person drove for me then.
rDEAF1AFOR1*CAR-DRIVING2$GEST-OFF^
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mfürfahren
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_09 | 18-30f   So we told the fire department that there was a deaf woman in that room.
r$GEST-ATTENTION1^THERE1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dDEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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meinda
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   As a deaf person you get accepted to the university. Afterwards, you’ll be dismissed.
r$ALPHA1:U-N-I$INDEX1ONLY2ADEAF1ATO-ACCEPT1DONE1AOFF1A^
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muninurfertig
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_10 | 18-30m   That’s when we played against the deaf team from Bielefeld.
rBACK-THEN1BIELEFELD2*AGAINST3CDEAF1AAGAINST3C
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mfrüherbielefelddeaf
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   There was a deaf club which I eventually joined.
rDEAF1ACLUB-OR-SOCIETY2APRESENT-OR-HERE1I1*
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mvereinda
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   I wanted to train wherever they offered the best program for deaf people.
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mwo[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   The referee was deaf by the way.
rREFEREE2*PERSON1$INDEX1DEAF1A
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mschiedsrichter[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_11 | 31-45f   They usually employ hearing people for the European Championship but this referee was deaf.
r$GEST^REFEREE2HEARING1ADEAF1A$INDEX1
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mhörendschieds{richter}hörendgehörlos[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   Back then we had been to the first Deaflympics in Malmö together.
r$NUM-ORDINAL1:1d*WORLD1ATTENTION1A^*DEAF1AIN1OLYMPIA1*MALMÖ1*
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merstweltspieleinmalmö
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   There were both deaf youths and elderly people.
rDEAF1AYOUNG1HALF1BOLD5A
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mjunghalbalt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   All the advertisements said “Taipei” and “Deaf”.
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mtaipehdeaftaub
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   All the advertisements said “Taipei” and “Deaf”.
rDEAF1ASUBJECT1DEAF-ASL1DEAF1A$PRODADVERTISING1*
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mdeaftaub[MG]werbung
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   One deaf person had houses with pagoda roofs/
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mein[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   When we arrived, all the deaf athletes were there.
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msport
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   I actually wanted to go to Hong Kong, but the group planned it as follows.
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mabersagen[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   Other Deaf persons who wanted to book the flight had to wait.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1IN-ADDITION1^*I1
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mbuchen buchen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   There were Deaf but also hearing people.
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m[MG]aberhörend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   But there were not only deaf people.
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maber[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_12 | NULLNULL   There were about 3000 to 4000 deaf people.
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m[MG]drei viertausend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   My parents gave their permission, and I went swimming at the deaf sports club for the first time.
rCLUB-OR-SOCIETY2ATO-SWIM1
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m[MG]erste malgehörlosenvereinschwimmen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   We also went to the German Championships for the Deaf with young people and adults.
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mdeutsche meisterschaftauchgehörlose
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   It was important to immediately make clear that I am deaf.
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lI1TO-LET-KNOW1AI1DEAF1A
m[MG]ichgehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   I joined in on the small talk, but the others then started to gossip.
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mtratschen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Sometimes they let you skip the queue if you’re deaf.
rUNTIL-THEN1*END8
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mbevorzugt[MG]komm komm
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_13 | 61+m   Then, the woman called the plane to let them know someone deaf was going to board.
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lTO-LET-KNOW1A*I1*TO-COME3DEAF1ATO-COME3*
michkommengehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   The age gap between the first and the second child is two years.
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mund zwei jahregehörloszwei jahreunterschied
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Since the third child was so young, it was scared of its deaf sister's voice.
rDEAF1ALOUD3^*$INDEX1*FEAR1
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mgehörlos[MG]angst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   My deaf daughter started spending more and more time with her younger sibling.
rBUT1*DEAF1ATO-ACCEPT-STH1AFOR1*FOR1*
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mabergehör{los}fürfür
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   I have two deaf daughters and my husband and I are deaf as well.
r$LIST1:2of2d*DEAF1ADAUGHTER1I1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d*
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mwarum zweitöchter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   The four of us are deaf and only my middle one is hearing.
r$LIST1:2of4DEAF1A$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1
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mviereinein hörend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   My deaf daughter and my hearing daughter look a lot alike.
rAND5I1*SON1^*DEAF1A$LIST1:2of2dALSO1A*$LIST1:2of2d*
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mundmeintochtergehörlosauchund
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Only then did he see that it was the deaf daughter, she doesn't hear anything either just like me. Therefore he scolded her all for nothing.
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mhörendgehörlosarmeumsonst
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.
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mmannhörendfrau[MG][MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   She probably thought that I couldn't remember my mother because I was deaf and still very little.
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mdachte[MG][MG]bestimmt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Deaf people were always taken advantage off.
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mimmernur arbeitengehörloseausnutzenimmer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   The two deaf people, on the other hand, always had to do it.
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mzweigehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   My husband's sister is deaf as well.
rHUSBAND1SISTER1A*ALSO1A*DEAF1A$INDEX1
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mmannschwesterauchgehörlosund
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Six of them were deaf and the other six were hearing.
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mmein mannsechssechshörend
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   She needed to socialize with other deaf people and she couldn't do that in this small town.
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mmitkontaktmitgehörloskeindorfallein
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_14 | 61+f   Then we thought that it would be better if she stayed in boarding school with other deaf people.
rBETTER1*$GEST-DECLINE1^*WITH1A*DEAF1ACHILD2*$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^
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mbesserinternatmitgehörlosenkindern
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   If I wanted to go to the deaf association, I always had to take the bus and also transfer to another one.
rDEAF1AUNION2A^*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1BTO-ACCEPT-STH3A*
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mverbundbe{suchen}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_15 | 31-45m   But other deaf people would offer to drive me home. I liked that.
rNO1BDEAF1AFOR1*TO-BRING1B*WELL1
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mfürbring[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   It was a kindergarten for deaf children.
rDEAF1AKINDERGARTEN1A
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m[MG]kin{der}gar{ten}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   No one could take care of me, so I went to the kindergarten, where everyone was deaf.
rCHILD2KINDERGARTEN1A*TO-SEND-OR-TO-DISPATCH1^DEAF1A$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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mkind{er}garten
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   Those who were deaf or severely hard of hearing went to a school for the deaf.
rWHO2DEAF1AHIGH4A*DEGREE3*HARD-OF-HEARING1*
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mwerhoch einst{uf}schw{er}hör
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   Those who were deaf or severely hard of hearing went to a school for the deaf.
rDEGREE3*HARD-OF-HEARING1*TO-JOIN1B*DEAF1A
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mschw{er}hör[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   The teachers didn’t have any special training in teaching deaf students.
rSPECIAL1EDUCATION1*FOR1*DEAF1ANONE7*$INDEX1
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mspezialausb{ildung}für[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   Even during the breaks I wasn’t able to sign with my hard of hearing classmates. So I just went over to the deaf students.
rTO-SIGN1G*I1TO-GO-THERE1*DEAF1A
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m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   In the schoolyard, deaf and hard of hearing students were mingling, but the buildings were separated.
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maufhof[MG]sch{werhörig}[MG] {zu}sammaber
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   I was usually with the deaf students and chatted to them.
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m[MG]meist#lalalalala
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   But the classes for the hard of hearing students were better than for the deaf students.
r$INDEX1BETTER1*AS-OR-THAN3*DEAF1A$INDEX1
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mbesserals
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   The deaf students learned it differently.
r$INDEX1DEAF1ATO-LEARN1*$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^DIFFERENT1*
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m[MG][MG]ler{n}and{ers}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   When I told that to the deaf students, their jaws dropped.
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m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   That meant classes that were held at the school for the deaf were at a much lower standard.
rMEANING1*$INDEX1DEAF1ASCHOOL1AMORE3*BAD3D*
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mbedeutgehörlos[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_16 | 46-60f   That’s why I often went there to chat.
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m[MG][MG]viel
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   You can start with talking about school or how you feel as a deaf person.
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michgehörloswie[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Is your sister deaf, as well?
rYOUR1SISTER1ADEAF1A
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mschwester
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Yes, my sister is deaf, as well, and she's nine years older than me.
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mmeineschwesterauchgehörlosneun jahrealtals
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   The deaf have a booth there, as well.
rDEAF1AALSO1A*PLANE1^
l
mauchstand
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I had to go to school in Cologne, because there was a school for the deaf here.
rWHAT1B^HERE1PRESENT-OR-HERE2*DEAF1ASCHOOL1C*$GEST-OFF^
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mweilkölndagehörlosenschule
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   There were a few deaf people already.
rIMMEDIATELY2B*SOME1DEAF1ATO-SWARM1*
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mein paargehörlosda [MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Were there deaf people, too?
rDEAF1AALSO1APRESENT-OR-HERE1
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mgehörlosauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Ah okay, there were some, as well.
rDEAF1ASEVERAL1
l
mgehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Because there was no other school, yet, it was necessary to divide the school into hearing and deaf.
rHEARING1AVERTICAL1^*TO-SEPARATE1A^*DEAF1AI1DEAF1ATO-SEPARATE1A^*
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mhörendgehörlosichgehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Because there was no other school, yet, it was necessary to divide the school into hearing and deaf.
rTO-SEPARATE1A^*DEAF1AI1DEAF1ATO-SEPARATE1A^*WAS1DISTRESS1
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mgehörlosichgehörloswarnot
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   In Bavaria, the situation for deaf people was very bad.
r$INDEX1BAD-OR-STALE1*$GEST^DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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mschlecht[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   With other deaf people it was very laid back, but with the hearing people it was tough.
rDEAF1AGROUP1B^*GOOD1*LOOSE1*
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mgehörlosgutlocker
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Finally I was surrounded by deaf people again.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1^*DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1WELL1*$GEST-OFF^
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mendlichda
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I was born deaf.
rDEAF1AI1BIRTH2*
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mtaubgeboren
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   I am deaf, but everyone else was hearing.
rDEAF1ABUT1I1PROCEEDING1^
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mtaubaberalle
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   My sister is deaf, too; it‘s only the two of us.
rBUT1^*I1SISTER1A*DEAF1AI1BOTH2A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
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mnurschwestergehörloszwei
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   In the beginning I was sad when my mother died, because I was deaf and insecure.
rMOTHER1*TO-DIE2*I1*DEAF1AI1$PRODI1
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mmuttergestorbentaub[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   But the children that were deaf were lucky to grow up where I was.
rBUT1*CHILD2*LUCK1DEAF1ATO-GROW-UP1A*
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maberkinderglückgehörlosaufgewachsen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_17 | 61+f   Because both of us are deaf we could sign to each other from the beginning.
rWE2*I1BOTH2A*DEAF1AI1TO-WONDER1*$GEST-OFF^
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mgehörlos
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   He was very important for the deaf community in Germany and then he died.
rAND2A$GEST^FOR1*DEAF1AAREA1A^*GERMAN1*$INDEX1*
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mundfürdeutschland
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   I didn't know Gunter very well back in the day until a deaf person told me how awesome he was.
rI2LATER4*DEAF1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*$NAME-GUNTER-PUTTRICH1*$INDEX1*
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m[MG]gunter
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   A deaf person told me and asked if I knew him.
rDEAF1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*$INDEX1
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   He only participated in sports back then because he wanted to be around deaf people.
rREASON4A*SOCIETY-OR-CORPORATION1AREA1ADEAF1A$INDEX1
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mgrundgesellschaft
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_18 | 18-30f   It was not for deaf people only.
rNOT3AONLY2AFOR1DEAF1A
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mnichtnurfür[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   I was astounded by the number of deaf people who gathered there and held debates about different topics with each other.
rHAMBURG2*HELPLESS2DEAF1AMASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*$GEST^DISCUSSION1A
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mhamburg
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Or the protest where the deaf people demonstrated to strengthen sign language.
rALSO1A*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE8DEAF1AMASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*
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mauch
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   I wanted to experience how deaf people from all over the world come together and shake hands.
rBODY3^EXPERIENCE1ADEAF1AWORLD2TO-GET-TO-KNOW1*FRIEND3*
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merlebenwelt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   The tents which were set up there were filled with deaf people, because everybody went there.
rTENT2*MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*DEAF1AFULL1*
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mzelt[MG]voll
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   There wasn’t anything like that among deaf people.
r$ORAL^I1DEAF1ANOT6*
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maber
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Sadly, there wasn't anything like it here in Germany.
rDEAF1AI1HERE1NEVER-BEFORE1*
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mnoch nie
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Or those presentations including movies and photos, talks about well-known persons from the past or deaf travelers, who have been on extremely adventurous tours.
rALSO1A*$INDEX1DIFFERENT2*DEAF1AEXPERIENCE1AEXTREME1*
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mauchanderserleben[MG]extrem
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Deaf Culture was supposed to have its own space and time.
rMY1*DEAF1ACULTURE1A*TO-PRODUCE2*
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mgehörloskultur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   The Deaf Sports Association is there, they also have their own events.
r$GEST-OFF^GERMAN1DEAF1AUNION1BPRESENT-OR-HERE1^*$GEST-OFF^
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m[MG]deutschergehörlosensportverbandda
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Or if another deaf person traveled through South America by motorcycle, they could talk about that.
rDIFFERENT1*THERE1*AN1ADEAF1A$INDEX1MOTORCYCLE1A*JOURNEY1B*
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manders[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   Though the organizers of the Culture Days have to take care that there is a public tendering for the applications.
rAPPLICATION1MUST1*SELF1A*DEAF1A$INDEX1CULTURE1A*DAY1A
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mbewerbenmussselbstkulturtage
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   My father-in-law, who is deaf as well, told me, “Go ahead and travel to Taiwan!”
rPERSON1^*$INDEX1SELF1A*DEAF1A$INDEX2*I1TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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m
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_19 | 31-45f   I was able to see a presentation about the deaf CODAs, though.
rDEAF1ACODA1$INDEX1UNDER1A^*
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mdeafc-o-d-a
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Deaf and hard of hearing students attend the same school, but classes are held separate, isn‘t that right?
rDEAF1AHARD-OF-HEARING1INTEGRATION1^$ORAL^
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mschwerhörig[MG]aber
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Deaf children too.
rALSO1ADEAF1A
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mauch[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   That deaf guy with glasses, and he has a wife, too.
rDIFFERENT6*DEAF1APERSON1GLASSES1AMAN1
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mbrillemann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I had thought they just came along to sign with other deaf people, to chat.
rTO-COME1REASON4APERSON1^DEAF1ATO-SIGN1E
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mkommgrund[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   The lecturers were deaf themselves and presented their topic to young deaf people.
rDEAF1ALECTURE1*MEANING1SCHOOL1A*
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mbedeutetfür
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   The lecturers were deaf themselves and presented their topic to young deaf people.
rSCHOOL1A*FOR1*YOUNG1*DEAF1AYOUNG1*PERSON1^*GOOD1^*
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mfürjugend{liche}[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I think that if there are, for example, only a few deaf children around Bielefeld and Dortmund; those will all take the same bus.
rINSECURE1*LOCATION3LITTLE-BIT4DEAF1A$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^TO-COME2*MEANING1
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munsicherwenig[MG]bedeut
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   One is deaf and the other one has residual hearing.
r$INDEX1*DEAF1A$INDEX1*REMAINS6*HEARING1A
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mresthörig
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Imagining other deaf people to be there, I‘m sure we would, of course, talk all the time.
rIMAGINATION1AI2DEAF1ABOTH2B*I2ANYWAY2*
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mvorstell[MG][MG]sowieso
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   I‘d like to have some deaf people around, but I don‘t have any deaf colleagues.
rI1DEAF1ATOGETHER-PERSON1*$GEST-OFF^I1
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m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Some deaf people, um, are administration employees.
r$INDEX1CAN1PERSON1DEAF1A$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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mkann
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Yet, one of the deaf colleagues wanted to focus on his work, and another one wasn‘t in the mood, because he was a bit shy.
r$ORAL^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dDEAF1A$INDEX1TO-FOCUS1*TO-WORK2
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maberarbeit
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_20 | 31-45m   Yet, one of the deaf colleagues wanted to focus on his work, and another one wasn‘t in the mood, because he was a bit shy.
rTO-FOCUS1*TO-WORK2$GEST-OFF^*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^TO-CUT2A^$GEST-OFF^*
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marbeitkeine lust
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_21 | 61+m   Back when I went to the Culture Days in Munich, I was a member of the German Association of the Deaf.
rI2SELF1A*GERMAN1DEAF1AASSOCIATION1AI2*TO-JOIN1B*
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mselbstdeutscher gehörlosenbund[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   There was a deaf person/
rA-MOMENT-AGO1^*SUDDENLY4^*I1*DEAF1A$INDEX1*SELF1A*
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m[MG]selbst
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The two of us talked about the flood while we were on the train.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   When I talked to other deaf people, I always talked about Coblenz.
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m[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Other deaf people have told me that the water came up close to their doorstep.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1PERSON1*$INDEX1*
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Out of all the deaf people in Berlin I was the only one.
rDEAF1ABERLIN1A*EVERYWHERE1*
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mberlin
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   That‘s great for those who can hear, but what about the deaf people?
rHEARING1A*TO-BELONG1^DEAF1AWHERE1ATO-STAY3
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mhö{rend}[MG]woblei{bt}
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Maybe those deaf people have very religious parents.
r$INDEX1DEAF1AI1PERSON1*$INDEX1
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m
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Those parents might put pressure on their children, but they cannot explain it to their children.
rTO-MAKE2*PARENTS1BCHILD2*DEAF1A$INDEX1TO-EXPLAIN1*ONLY2B*
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mel{tern}kinder[MG]erklärennur
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   If it‘s not a sin, more and more deaf people will become felons.
rSIN2BCAN2BBIG3B^DEAF1ACRIME1
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msündekannmehr mehr mehrverbrecher
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   You can explain to the deaf people that it doesn‘t work that way.
r$GEST-OFF^*I1TO-TEACH1^DEAF1AI2TO-TEACH1^*$INDEX1
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m[MG][MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Deaf people can work, marry, and start a family.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They are able to handle money.
r$LIST1:2of2dDEAF1A$INDEX1MONEY1A*TO-AVOID1
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mwie geldumgehen
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Our work is similar to that of the German Association of the Deaf.
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m[MG]deutschgehör{losen}bundwofür
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They get politically involved in the deaf community‘s favor.
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marbeit[MG][MG]mitglied
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Back in the days, I used to work voluntarily at the local Catholic church, too.
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mehrenarbeitkatho{lisch}gehörlosengemeinde
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   They created it to show the hearing people what the deaf culture has to offer.
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mundzeigenhörendgehörloswas gibt
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   He‘d speak, and the deaf people wouldn‘t understand a thing.
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   Or some might want a deaf priest.
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mwünsch[MG]pfarrer
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.
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manderewünschpfarrer[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   So, is the priest deaf or hearing?
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m[MG]hörend[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The bishop told the pastor that there‘s a priest for the deaf in Trier.
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meinpfarrer
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   The pastor had to choose between working with the persons with disabilities or becoming the new priest for the deaf.
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mbehindertoder
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   He didn‘t sign, nor did he know a thing about sign language.
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mabergebär{den}sprache[MG]null
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   That‘s how he became priest for the deaf.
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mpfarrer[MG]
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   So, the question is where to get an interpreter for the deaf people?
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Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   There are many deaf Muslims in Cologne, as well.
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mauchköln
Köln (Cologne) | dgskorpus_koe_22 | 46-60m   We would have to go to the mosque as a group of deaf people.
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m[MG]moscheebesuchen[MG]mussda
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_01 | 18-30m   If you're self-employed and deaf for example and have to organize and work a lot and need to write and make calls.
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mwieichcheftaubwill
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   We were three deaf children.
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mdreikindergehörlosda
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   Then my mum went to the town hall and asked about a school for us three deaf children. In Dresden.
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mfragedreischulevorin
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_02 | 61+f   Anyway, I left school, and I was together with other deaf people and learned from them.
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mtrotzdementlassenanderegehörlosenverein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   I visited a deaf friend, and slept at his place for a week.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   Afterwards, I visited another deaf friend of mine and stayed there for a week.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   I met several deaf people.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_03 | 18-30m   One of those was a German guy who had moved to Canada.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   No matter if hard of hearing or deaf, the only school to do your A level was in Berlin.
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mobschwerhörig[MG]einzigeschule
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Horst Völler's parents and sister were also deaf.
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mwichtigselbereltern[MG]hateine
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Horst Völler's parents and sister were also deaf.
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mhateine[MG]schwester
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Back then, I thought correspondence courses would be better for the deaf.
rTO-STUDY2FOR1*FOR1*DEAF1ABETTER1*$GEST-OFF^
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mfür[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Every member of the family was active in the deaf movement.
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maber[MG]gehörlosenbewegung
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Later he became secretary in the youth department of the Deaf sports club.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*LATER10$INDEX1DEAF1ASPORTS1CLERK2*TO-BELONG1^*
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mwarspäterauchgehörlosensportsekretär
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Later he became secretary in the youth department of the Deaf sports club.
rCLERK2*TO-BELONG1^*IN1DEAF1AYOUNG1*TO-GUIDE1B
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msekretärimgehörlosensport-jugend{leiter}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   But Horst Völler was chairman in the deaf sports club.
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mwarju{gend}[MG]gehörlosensport-{jugend}vorsitzender
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Deaf people were very true to the party principles though, that is to be understood.
rDEAF1ADISCIPLINE1*PARTY-POLITICAL3APARALLEL1B^
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mgehörlose[MG]parteilinientreu
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   I think that back in the day, the association for the Deaf/
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l
mdenkefrühergehörlosenb{und}deutscheallgemein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   No, wrong. I think that the association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing of the GDR got a lot of money from the state.
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mfalschgehörlosen- und schwerhörigenverband
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   I was bewildered, so me and a deaf colleague whom I was working with at the time went to our boss.
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m[MG]frühernoch eingehörloserarbeiter[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   The headmaster of the school for the Deaf and the leader of the pioneer group [organisation for the youth in the GDR which included schoolchildren aged 6 to 14] both came.
rDETECTIVE1A^*TO-COME1$ORAL^DEAF1AOWN1A^*INTEREST1B^*MAIN1C^
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mdirektorkamvongehörlosenschulendirektor
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   I said, “But they collaborate with deaf people, and communication is important for work.”
rTO-WORK1*FOR2$INDEX1DEAF1A$INDEX1MAIN-POINT1BIMPORTANT1*
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marbeitetfürgehörlosenhauptsachewichtig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   Thereupon I drove to the presidium of the Deaf in Bonn, visited them and drove back.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1PRESIDENT1TO-DRIVE1*
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mgehörlosenvompräsidium[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   In Mai of 1989, two or three people from the German Association of the Deaf came.
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m[MG]deutschergehörlosenbund
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   It said that one can legally claim sign language interpreters.
rHEADING1^*DEAF1AINTERPRETER1$GEST-DECLINE1^*STAMP1^*
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mda standgehörlosendolmetschergibt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   #Name4 from Chemnitz played the role of a somewhat awkward deaf person.
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mspieltalsgehörlose[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   The German Association for the Deaf was surprised that we already included the name ‘interpreter’ as a title for a profession in our laws.
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m[MG]unddeutschergehörlosenbund[MG]schon
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_04 | 46-60m   The problem was that they needed to sort things out and come to a mutual opinion in the Association of the Deaf itself.
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mdama{ls}problemgehörlosenbundintern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   In Germany on the other hand everything was outlawed and when Hitler was in power, deaf people weren’t allowed to do anything.
rHITLER1NAZI3*MONEY1A^*DEAF1ATO-EMPLOY5NOT-ALLOWED2*
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mhitler
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   Deaf people were oppressed violently and they suffered.
rDONT-TAKE-SERIOUSLY3*DEAF1ADONT-TAKE-SERIOUSLY3*TO-SUFFER1B
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m[MG][MG]leiden
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   They could for instance communicate via cell phones.
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mhandyhörendunterrichtenabwechseln
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_06 | 61+m   He truly hated deaf people.
rDEAF1ATO-HATE1*REALLY2$GEST-NM^
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mhass[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   I was born deaf, because my mom caught a fever when she was pregnant with me.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   That's why I was born deaf.
rHENCE1*BIRTH1B*LIKE-THIS1^*
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mdeshalb[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   But me, being deaf, I didn't hear her and went on playing.
r$GEST-OFF^*
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   Your parents didn't explain to you what it's like to be deaf?
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maber elternerklärenwiegehörlos[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   So you didn't get what being deaf meant?
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mwiegehörlosverstehen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   No, over time, I noticed being deaf.
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m[LM:ah]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   When I was young, my mom used to call out for me, but I didn't hear it.
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lSMALL3I2DEAF1AMOTHER1*TO-SAY1^*I1
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   I was six, no wait, five years old when I was sent to a school for the deaf.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1DEAF1ALOUD1C^*EASY-OR-LIGHT2^SCHOOL1B*
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mfrühergehörlosfrühergehörlosenschule
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   Then, for the first time in my life, I met a deaf teacher. It was a sports teacher.
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m[MG]erstes mallehrergehörlossportlehrerin
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   I told the others, “Look, there's a deaf teacher!”
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mgehörlosda
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   We all went to her. We had the feeling that she was just like us, deaf.
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m[MG]meingehörlos
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   But at least there was one deaf person we could sign with.
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maberdagehörlos[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   That wasn't possible for deaf people, though.
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mpassen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   Not the deaf one, she came later.
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mtaubnichtvorspäter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   Not the deaf one, she came later.
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mnichtvorspätertaub
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_07 | 46-60f   “#Mr. Name5 is deaf and he needs your help.”
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mherr#name5taubbrauchen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   At first we didn’t know whether I was hearing or deaf.
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mhörendt{a}ubweiß
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Then it was obvious that I was deaf.
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mdann[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   My mother knew that I was crying a lot. When she found out that I was deaf, she was disappointed.
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mdann[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   He examined me and discovered that I actually was deaf.
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m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   She liked that they had a kindergarten for deaf children there. She liked the place.
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mkindergartendat{a}ubstimmt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   After that, I was at the school for the deaf from first to tenth grade.
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meinsbiszehnt{a}ubschule
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   We were a group of deaf people with only two hard of hearing people among us.
rDEAF1ATEAM-OR-CREW1^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2HARD-OF-HEARING1
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mstummzweischwerhörig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   So, I asked my boss if I could drive home with my deaf colleague.
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l$GEST-TO-PONDER1^COLLEAGUE2*$INDEX1*DEAF1A$INDEX1*I1$GEST-ATTENTION1^
mkollege[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   We had our first child, which was born deaf.
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merstekindselbst[MG]kind
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   We had our first child, which was born deaf.
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m[MG]kind
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   We quickly realised that it was deaf.
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mschnell
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   It didn’t matter to me whether the child was hearing or deaf.
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mobhörendtaubegal
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Our child was deaf, so what.
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m[MG][MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   My husband’s sister is deaf, there’s only the two of them on their side of the family.
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mmannschwester[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Our second child is also deaf.
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mauch[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Well, it is rather part deaf, part hard of hearing.
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mhalbschwerhörig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_09 | 31-45f   Right, there are some deaf people in Chemnitz.
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mstimmtchemnitzmeist{ens}stimmt[MG]stimmt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   They were the only deaf children in their classes, the others were hard of hearing.
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mkinderalleeinsschwerhörig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   Now, there are three children that have deaf parents in my daughter’s class.
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mklassedrei
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   Sure, because she is deaf German is especially hard to learn for her.
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mklarentwicklungdeutschschwierigkeit
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I was supposed to just talk about it; whether I wanted to use finger spelling or signs was completely irrelevant.
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mnormallocker[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   How am I supposed to be able to do that - I am deaf.
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m
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   Yes, for machines as well, but not for deaf people.
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mmaschine[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   They had not declined anything yet, but I also immediately protested and said I had the same rights as other deaf people, who get 20,000€ for working with machines.
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mwarumselbegehörlosbekommmasch{ine}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   In Saxony, even other deaf people working in the civil service get interpreting services paid for them.
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msachsenanderegehörloseberufoffen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   One of her applications was answered with, “I will never again hire a deaf person. Never again!”
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mnie wiedernie wieder
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The person that used to work there apparently did a really bad job and made many mistakes.
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mgrundgewesen[MG]schlecht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   That is why we were told, ”never again” would they hire a deaf person.
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mdeshalbnächstes malkommarbeitnie wieder
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I protested against it and said that it is exactly the same among hearing people and that one should not just have deaf people pegged as bad workers and say ‘never again’.
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m[MG]gehörlosnie wieder[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The two robbers were deaf and signed with one another, the newspaper article said that this is how it was found out that they were deaf.
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mkarte
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   The two robbers were deaf and signed with one another, the newspaper article said that this is how it was found out that they were deaf.
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malle
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   I do not know whether they were actually deaf or just hearing people acting.
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m[MG]oder[MG]selbstweiß
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   If one deaf person messes up, that immediately drags all other deaf people down as well.
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mau{to}ma{tisch}alle
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_10 | 31-45m   One company is good and hires lots of deaf people, another completely refuses.
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m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   That was really hard; I was constantly studying, so I had little time left to spend with deaf people and such. I was just studying all the time.
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mwenigzeit[MG][MG][MG]mehr
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   My husband has a deaf sister.
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mdurchschwester[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   I usually went their once or twice a year with a group of deaf and hearing people.
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mzweimaleinmalauch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   I usually went their once or twice a year with a group of deaf and hearing people.
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mauchhör{ende}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   In his family, my husband has a deaf brother-in-law, too.
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m[MG]schwagerauch[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Later on, our son was born who is also deaf.
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m[MG]meinsohn[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   There were 30 members tops in the regional club for the deaf.
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mgehörlosenverein
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Moreover, not only deaf children went to that boarding school but also children who were hearing but had a speech impediment.
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mhortheim[MG]auch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   One is deaf and one hearing.
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meine[MG]einehörend
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   He is in seventh grade at the school for the Deaf, the Samuel-Heinicke-Schule.
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mklassesiebengehörlosenschulesamuel heinicke
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   But that was not an option for deaf people.
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m[MG]gibt nicht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   We also went there with a group of deaf people.
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mabergewesentaub
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   At first they turned down groups of deaf people.
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manfangtaubablehnenablehnen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Deaf people wouldn't take notice and just sit there.
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mtaub[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   But if there were just deaf people sitting in the boat with a hearing man in the front and one in the back, it wouldn’t work.
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mabermuss
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   They requested that only three of the party were deaf and the other three hearing.
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mnurdreidreihö{rend}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Or four of the party were deaf and two hearing people.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   During my pregnancy I didn't know whether my child would be hearing or deaf.
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mweiß nichtob[MG]oderhörend
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Usually I just go to the Deaf community center. They fixed it up nicely.
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mnurgehörlosenzentrumdresden
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   They told me that he was completely deaf and that we had to go to Berlin.
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m[MG]bestimmt[MG][MG]voll
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   I am talking about the old Deaf community center.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Since it is all fixed up now, one could go visit the Deaf community center.
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   You lived there for four years and did not visit the Deaf community center?
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mvier jahrgehörlosenzentrumnull
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   You lived there for four years and did not visit the Deaf community center?
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mnullgehörlosenzentrumnull
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Did you go to the Deaf community center in your leisure once, just to relax?
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Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   Right, they have a deaf-blind community center there, too.
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mtaubblindstimmt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   I asked why this was necessary. But as he is deaf, they had to take blood from him.
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mwarum[MG]warumblutwarum
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   They told us that our second child, or any other child that we would have, would be deaf.
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mwie vielkinderallegehörlos
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_11 | 31-45f   We sometimes meet up with other deaf people to drink Feuerzangenbowle.
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mbess{er}treffen treffenfeuerbowle
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I didn‘t really know much about what deafness was all about.
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mkenn nicht
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   What else can we say about being deaf?
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müber
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   During that time, I also met many older deaf people.
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mälter
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   In the first group there were deaf people trained as draftsmen for the very first time.
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mgruppeerstemalfürtechnischezeichner
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Our class even fabricated its own reader for deaf students.
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mlesenbuchfürgehörlosselbstschule
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   What’s crucial is that the reverend’s parents were deaf.
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mseinelternauch[MG]deshalb
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Before I married my husband, people advised him to not marry a deaf woman.
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mheiratenanderenicht??
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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manderegehörlossollnichtzusammen
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.
rCHILD1BIRTH2*ALSO1ADEAF1A
l
mkindgeborauch
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   The main thing for him was to feel like a family, whether one was deaf or not wasn’t a deciding factor.
rMAIN-POINT1A*FAMILY4IF1DEAF1ATO-ROLL1ANOT-ANYMORE1A
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mhauptsachefamilieobgehör{los}spielt keine rolle
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.
rDEAF1AMAIN-POINT1A*DEAF1A*CAN1
l
mkann
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I am the only deaf person in my family.
r$GEST-OFF^I1ALONE1A^*DEAF1A
l
micheinzig
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I rather attend events for the deaf community.
rGLADLY1I1TO-JOIN1A*DEAF1AHENCE1$GEST-OFF^$GEST^
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mgern
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   She‘s had a lot of questions about deafness.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1AQUESTION1*HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1DEAF1A
l
mvielfragenwiegehörlos
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I explained to her that there are many different causes for deafness, like heredity, illness, becoming deaf later in life, and stuff like that.
rPOSSIBLE1*THROUGH2B*INHERITANCE1A*DEAF1ASICK1*$MORPH-NESS1B*DEAF2*
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mmöglichdurchkrankheitertaubt
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   At the beginning, when I first got employed, it was rather difficult for all of us.
rBEGINNING2$INDEX4DEAF1AALL1AHEAVY1B*I2
l
manfangauchalleich
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   For the hearing colleagues, too. Some of them probably wondered what it would be like with a deaf employee.
rALL1ATO-LOOK-AT7DIFFERENT3^DEAF1AHOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1*
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m[MG][MG]wie wie
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   I also saw that one of my colleagues had a book from the deaf community center about the lives of deaf people.
rBOOK1ADOCUMENT1^*OVER-OR-ABOUT1*DEAF1AHOW-QUESTION1TO-LIVE1FRULE1D^*
l
müberwiele{ben}
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Deaf people have better eyesight than other people anyways.
rEYE1*DEAF1AMORE1*EYE1SHARP1B
l
ma{uge}gehörlosmehraugescharf
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Deaf people have sharper eyes.
r$INDEX1HEARING1A*$INDEX1DEAF1ATO-HAVE-TO-OWN1*MORE1EYE1
l
mgehörloshabenmehrauge
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   When they were still young, my father often took his brother along to go to events for the deaf.
rBROTHER1C*TO-BRING-ALONG2$INDEX1DEAF1AEVENT1
l
mbrudermitnehmengehörlosenveranstaltung
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   Another deaf person/
rLIKE3B*DIFFERENT2DEAF1A
l
mwieandere
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   The both of them looked quite similar. So, another deaf guy came over, slapped the brother‘s back and said, “Gosh, haven‘t seen you in a while!”
rBIT4*SIMILAR1DIFFERENT2DEAF1A$PRODLONG-TIME3TO-SEE1
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mbisschenähnlichanderelangsehen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_12 | 61+m   The deaf guy was confused about it.
rDEAF1ATO-REPLY-CHEEKILY1^*DIFFERENT3^*
l
m[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_13 | 46-60m   I watched television, but as a deaf person I missed all the information.
r$PRODTO-LOOK-AT1*I2DEAF1ATO-LACK1AI2*
l
mfern{sehen}fehlen
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   I left around eight and visited a deaf friend.
rI1$NUM-CLOCK1B:8dDIFFERENT2DEAF1ATO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
l
machtandere
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   Soon, on the first of July, I’m going to Nuremberg with two other deaf people.
rSOON1*NEXT1$INDEX1DEAF1A$NUM-NUMBER-OF-PEOPLE1:3d*FIRST-OF-ALL1CJULY17A
l
mnäch{ste}erstejuli
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_14 | 31-45m   But yes, for deaf people, it goes directly into the body like with b/
rYOU1*DEAF1A*$GEST-ATTENTION1^DEAF1AFEELING3*SHOCK2B^ENOUGH2
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mauchfühl[MG][MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   It was in large part about deaf culture, hard of hearing and deaf culture.
rMUCH-OR-MANY1AOVER-OR-ABOUT1DEAF1ACULTURE1A$GEST-OFF^*GENERALLY1B
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mvielüberkultur[MG]
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   It was in large part about deaf culture, hard of hearing and deaf culture.
r$GEST-OFF^*GENERALLY1BHARD-OF-HEARING1DEAF1ACULTURE1AOR4B*$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]schwerhörigkulturoder
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   “Sign language is beautiful.” and “taub=gehörlos” [2 different terms for being deaf] and “Sign language is beautiful.” and so on.
rSIGN-LANGUAGE1BBEAUTIFUL1ADEAF1ATO-MEET2A*DEAF1AEQUAL1A*
l
mgebärdensprachetaubist gleich
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   “Sign language is beautiful.” and “taub=gehörlos” [2 different terms for being deaf] and “Sign language is beautiful.” and so on.
rBEAUTIFUL1ADEAF1ATO-MEET2A*DEAF1AEQUAL1A*DEAF1A$INDEX1
l
mtaubist gleichgehörlos
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   “Sign language is beautiful.” and “taub=gehörlos” [2 different terms for being deaf] and “Sign language is beautiful.” and so on.
rTO-MEET2A*DEAF1AEQUAL1A*DEAF1A$INDEX1$GEST-OFF^$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
l
mtaubist gleichgehörlos
Leipzig | dgskorpus_lei_15 | 18-30f   I always say that it’s typical for deaf people to be late all the time.
rI1TO-SAY1*TYPICAL1*DEAF1AALWAYS1CLATE1
l
michsagetypischimmer[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I was often on the road with the theatre, the German deaf theatre. We were in many different places in Germany.
rDEAF1ATHEATRE6FIRST-OF-ALL1AI1
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mgehörlosentheaterersteich
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   I was often on the road with the theatre, the German deaf theatre. We were in many different places in Germany.
rFIRST-OF-ALL1AI1GERMAN1DEAF1ATHEATRE6IN1GERMAN1
l
mersteichdeutschgehörlosentheaterindeutschland
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   If I as a deaf parent enrolled my children in an inclusive school, parent-teacher conferences would be demanding and exhausting.
rTO-THINK1BI1*SELF1A*DEAF1AI2CHILD2*DEAF1A
l
mstell mal vorwenn ichselbstkinder
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   If I as a deaf parent enrolled my children in an inclusive school, parent-teacher conferences would be demanding and exhausting.
rDEAF1AI2CHILD2*DEAF1AI1INTEGRATION1I1
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mkinderintegration
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   But what about the communication of deaf children?
rCOMMUNICATION1AWHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1*
lBUT1*DEAF1A$INDEX1
maberkommunikation
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   But I don’t notice it as a deaf person.
rDEAF1ACARELESS3A$GEST-OFF^
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   We deaf people went on for partying and talking.
rDEAF1AGROUP1A*BAD-OR-STALE1*COME-HERE1
l
mkomm
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   A German theatre festival doesn't exist.
rDEAF1ATHEATRE6*FESTIVAL4ATHERE-IS3*
l
mgehörlosentheaterfestivalfestival gibt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   At the other festivals, at the German Sign Language Festival for example, stage plays are very short.
r$INDEX1GERMAN1*SINGLE2A*DEAF1ATHEATRE6*FESTIVAL2A$INDEX1
l
mdeutscheinzelgehörlosentheaterfestival
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   That means I’m actually rather deaf, and I know the deaf world.
rI2$GEST^MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED1B*DEAF1ATHUS1DEAF1AWORLD1
l
mhei{ßt}[MG]welt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   That means I’m actually rather deaf, and I know the deaf world.
rMEAN-OR-BE-CALLED1B*DEAF1ATHUS1DEAF1AWORLD1I1*FEELING3*
l
mhei{ßt}[MG]welt[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_01 | 46-60m   When another deaf person is standing a little further away, I can still see what they’re signing.
rDEAF1AFAR-FAR-AWAY1TO-SIGN1GI1*
l
mgehör{los}weit[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   The deaf people who have been there just told me about everything.
rALREADY1A
lDEAF1ATO-COME1*TO-LET-KNOW1A*
mgewese
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   During the World Cup a lot of deaf people went there as well.
r
lLAST5WORLD-CHAMPIONSHIP1HERE1DEAF1ATHE1
mle{tzte}w-mdie
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   I just know about what it’s like for deaf people.
r$GEST-OFF^*
lI1DEAF1A
mgehörlose
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   I know that there’s a marksmen’s festival for deaf people.
rSHOOTER-OR-SAGITTARIUS3*
lI2DEAF1ATO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*I2*
mschützenfest
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_02 | 18-30f   Well, that’s how it is in my deaf club.
rCLUB-OR-SOCIETY2A
lDEAF1AMY1*MY1*
mverein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Someone gave a talk about the German Association of the Deaf. That’s what the talk was about.
rWAS1LECTURE1*OVER-OR-ABOUT1DEAF1AGERMAN1*ASSOCIATION3BCONTENT3
l
mwarvortragüberdeutsche{n} gehörlosenbund
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   So, why don’t deaf people just put their hands in water for a bit from time to time?
rDEAF1ATO-SIGN1E*WHY9*$PROD
l
m[MG]warum nichtwasser
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But that's how it worked, because I had inherited being hearing-impaired, deaf, or hard of hearing, whatever.
rI2TO-INHERIT1I1DEAF1AHARD-OF-HEARING1$GEST-OFF^OR1*
l
mvererbtschwerhörig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But that's how it worked, because I had inherited being hearing-impaired, deaf, or hard of hearing, whatever.
rHARD-OF-HEARING1$GEST-OFF^OR1*DEAF1AWHATEVER3$GEST-DECLINE1^
l
mschwerhörigegal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   If I imagine being deaf, it seems like it would have been really tough.
rI1HAPPY1IF-OR-WHEN1ADEAF1AFOR1*$GEST-OFF^
l
mi{ch}frohwennfür mich[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I've read a lot of books, as well, but many deaf people don't like reading. That's typical, isn't it?
rSELF1ATO-READ-BOOK2A*MUCH-OR-MANY1BDEAF1ATO-READ-BOOK2AGLADLY1$GEST-OFF^
l
mselbst[MG]vielbuchgerne
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Hard of hearing and hearing people enjoy reading, but deaf people do not.
rTO-LOVE-STH1*BOOK1BTO-READ-BOOK2ADEAF1ANEVER2A*TO-READ-BOOK2A$GEST-OFF^*
l
m[MG]niemals
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Deaf people often have trouble with articulating.
r$INDEX1TYPICAL1*DEAF1AVOICE1*PROBLEM1SORE-THROAT2^*
l
mtypischstimmeproblem[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   During the time of my apprenticeship, I used to interpret for the deaf students if the teacher didn't have the time to do so.
rTO-TRANSLATE3*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1dPERSON1DEAF1AI2TO-TRANSLATE3*WHATEVER3
l
müberwaregal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But I also submerged myself in the deaf community.
rBUT1INTO1^DEAF1AI1
l
maber[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   I sign just like deaf people.
rFULL2ADEAF1AI2TO-SIGN1A*I1
l
mvoll[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   Last year I got a sudden hearing loss in my left ear. Now I am deaf in one ear.
r$GEST-OFF^*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
lDEAF2DEAF1AI1*
m[MG]ein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   The tinnitus overlaid my deafness.
rTINNITUS1*TO-TRUMP1^I1^
lDEAF1A
mtinnitus[MG]auf
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_03 | 18-30f   But of course he was there as an interpreter for deaf people.
rWAS1INTERPRETER1*FOR1DEAF1A
l
mwardolmetschfür
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   When it comes to economy, sure, it’s going well, but concerning what us deaf people have managed since then — a lot of things weren’t really possible.
rACTIVE1
lSTEEP1*THANK-YOU-ASL1^*BUT1DEAF1AWE1ASTEEP1*
m[MG]abergehörlos
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I don’t feel like deaf people from the east and the west got together after the fall of the wall, or that they get along well.
rWEST1CFALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL1SOLIDARY1A^
lEAST1ADEAF1AGOOD1*TO-UNDERSTAND1*
mostwestmauergehörlosgutverstehen
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Here, through the German Federation of the Deaf, one doesn’t have to pay fees when taking trips [probably referring to train rides].
rASSOCIATION3C*FREE1*FREE-OF-CHARGE1*
lGERMAN1DEAF1A
mdeutscher gehörlosenbundfrei
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I find exchanging thoughts and being in contact with deaf people from eastern Germany quite difficult.
rTO-REPLACE1*CONTACT2B
lI1*DEAF1APERSON1EAST1A
maustauschostkontakt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I think it’s great that it wasn’t just hearing people; deaf people did it, too.
r
lOF-ALL-THINGS2*DEAF1ATO-THINK1BHEARING1AALL1A
mausgerechnetdachtehörend
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   I think it’s great that it wasn’t just hearing people; deaf people did it, too.
r
lHEARING1AALL1AALSO1CDEAF1APERSON1OF-ALL-THINGS2*$INDEX1
mhörendauchausgerechnet
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   Yes, they swam in the deaf national team/
r
lNATIONAL3NATIONAL2*$ALPHA1:D-DDEAF1A
mnationald-d[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   One was bound to the club.
rLIKE-THIS1AUNION1B^TOGETHER1A*
lDEAF1A
m[MG]sowarm
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_04 | 31-45m   The two other deaf people had disappeared.
rGONE-TO-VANISH1$GEST-OFF^
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dDEAF1A
mzwei[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   There are deaf people who grow up with sign language and who are doing fine.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1TO-GROW-UP1ATO-SIGN1G
l
m
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   There won’t be a lot of deaf people in the deaf clubs or deaf schools anymore.
rDEAF1ACLUB-OR-SOCIETY2A$GEST-OFF^MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
l
mgehörlosenvereinnicht mehr viel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   The child is together with deaf and hard of hearing people then and can sign.
rDEAF1AAND2A*HARD-OF-HEARING1*WHATEVER3*
l$INDEX1*
mgehörlosundschwerhörigegal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Deaf parents can be an advantage, too.
rPARENTS9B*DEAF1ACAN2A*CONVENIENT1$GEST-OFF^
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melt{ern}gehörloskannpraktisch
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Even if born deaf - it's not the child's fault.
rSELF1A*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^SELF1A*$INDEX1
l
mselbstwenn
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   There's supposed to be a new type of school now: the enrollment in integration schools.
rSCHOOL1C*CHILD2INTEGRATION1*DEAF1A$INDEX1*$GEST-OFF^*TO-COME2*
l
mschulekindint{egration}kommt
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   But there's no way it'll work if deaf and hard of hearing people get together the way it is now.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1*HARD-OF-HEARING1*$GEST^*
l$INDEX1*
maberschwerhörig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   I know I'm deaf myself and get along well with others.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2BDEAF1AI1LIKE-THIS1AI2^
l
mweißichsomit
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   How does our children's, I mean the deaf children's future look like?
rCHILD2*DEAF1ACHILD2*$INDEX1FUTURE2^*
lCHILD2
mkindkindergehörloskinder
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   My nephew has a deaf son.
rMY1NEPHEW1TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1*DEAF1ASON1*SON1SMALL3
l
mmeinneffehatgehörloss{ohn}sohn
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   They are a deaf family and don't need that.
rSELF1A*DEAF1AFAMILY3$INDEX1NO2B
l
mselbstfamilie
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Deaf, hard of hearing or with CI, doesn't matter.
rDEAF1AHARD-OF-HEARING1*CI1WHATEVER4
l
mgehörlosschwer{hörige}c-iegal
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Deaf people are more carefree in this aspect.
rDEAF1ACARELESS3A*
l
mgehörlos
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   But deaf children/
r$ORAL^DEAF1ACHILD2*$GEST-ATTENTION1^
l
maberkinder
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Deaf people don't care, as they are deaf.
rDEAF1ACARELESS3A*SELF1A*DEAF1A
l
m[MG]selbst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Deaf people don't care, as they are deaf.
rDEAF1ACARELESS3A*SELF1A*DEAF1AI1$GEST^*
l
m[MG]selbst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   It's not possible for deaf people, though, as they always have to practice speaking.
rDEAF1AARTICULATION1^*$ORAL^TO-PRACTICE1*
l
m[MG]okay[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   Well, I'm deaf.
rI1SELF1A*DEAF1AI1
l
mselbst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   We deaf people get less and less.
rI2DEAF1ALITTLE-BIT7B*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mgehörloswenig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   So there are less deaf people.
r$GEST-OFF^DEAF1ALITTLE-BIT7B*
l
mundgehörloswenig
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_05 | 61+f   If he's for instance late-deafened, he's used to communicate without signs from early childhood on.
rBEFORE1A^TO-BELIEVE2BLATER10DEAF1AHABIT1TO-GROW2C^TO-SIGN1A*
l
mglaubenspätertaubtgewohntohnegebärden
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   Did you travel by yourself or with other deaf people?
r
lALONE1CNO1ATOGETHER3A*DEAF1ATOGETHER3A*AREA1A^
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   There were few deaf people, but lots of hearing people.
rDEAF1AHARDLY1$PRODHARDLY1
l
mgehörlos[MG][MG]kaum
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   With this in mind, some deaf people having been international players, told me something interesting.
r
l$INDEX1TO-SAY2B$INDEX1DEAF1A$INDEX1PERSON1*DEAF1A
msag
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_06 | 31-45m   With this in mind, some deaf people having been international players, told me something interesting.
r
lDEAF1A$INDEX1PERSON1*DEAF1ANATIONAL3
mnational
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   At some point there were some deaf people doing the same thing, so I stopped training with the hearing people.
rSOMETIME1*DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1I2HEARING1B*
l
mda[MG]hör{end}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   Deaf people are pushed aside here.
rDEAF1AOFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1C
l
m[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   I tell the deaf people then that I have two hearing children myself.
rI1DEAF1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*I1SELF1A*
l
michselbst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   I asked them once, because deaf people always complain.
rI2$GEST-ATTENTION1^DEAF1ATO-WHINE1*
l
mgehörlos[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_07 | 46-60m   But one doesn’t talk about it, like with deaf people who point their fingers at everything, that’s not the case.
rSILENT2DEAF1ATO-POINT-AT1*NO2A*
l$INDEX1
mgehörlos[MG]nein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   That’s the way it is with deaf people.
rCLEAR1B$INDEX1LIKE-THIS1A*DEAF1A$INDEX2$GEST-OFF^
l
mklarsogehörlos
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_08 | 61+f   A group of eight deaf people went to the U.S.
rOUR2*TOGETHER6*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8d*DEAF1AGO-START4^*TO-GO-THERE1^*
l
mzusammenachtgehörlosnachamerika
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   We went to a presentation for a self-help-group for deaf women on the topic “White Ring“. [organization to help victims of crime]
rFOR1ABOVE1^TO-PONDER1*DEAF1A$INDEX1WOMAN4A*I1*
l
mfür[MG]frau
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   Us deaf people were there in a group of three. Right? Yes, us three.
rI1INTO2DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1
l$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:1d*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:2d*
m[MG][MG][MG][MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   So I asked how somebody who is deaf can communicate with the White Ring in case they become a crime victim and need help and support.
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mwiebeispiel[MG]opfer
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   A person from the counseling center came to the seminar and addressed the topic of a self-help group for deaf women.
rTO-HELP1GROUP1A*FOR1*DEAF1AWOMAN4A*
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mfürgehörlosfrau
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   I told them that I would need interpreters and that it would be perfect, because of the confidentiality, if I met deaf people.
rAPPROXIMATELY1^BETTER1I1DEAF1ATO-MEET2BI1DISCREET2*
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m[MG]besserschweigepflicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   You, as a volunteer, you’re deaf yourself and know the older cases.
rGOOD1SELF1A*AS-OR-THAN3DEAF1ATO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2ABACK-THEN1*CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A
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mgutselbstals[MG]weißdamalsfall
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   A deaf person should communicate with other deaf people.
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michselbst[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   I would like to join the consulting service in Lübbecke as a deaf person.
rRATHER1I1DEAF1AI1TO-JOIN1B$INDEX1*
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mlieber[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_09 | 31-45f   It’s going to be harmless, there aren’t many deaf people.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^$INDEX1EASY4DEAF1AMUCH-OR-MANY1A
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m[MG][MG]gehörlosviel
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   When I visit the worship service in the deaf community center, they sign with clear mouthing.
rDEAF1ACLUB-OR-SOCIETY2AHIS-HER1*GOD2
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mgehörlosenvereingottesdienst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_10 | 46-60f   You need the Bible to explain these things to deaf people.
rI1*BOTH1*DEAF1ABIBLE2*TO-NEED1*WHAT1A*
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mfürbibelbrauchtwas
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   We needed to figure out how to become aware of the alarm at night, as my whole family is deaf and we couldn’t hear anything.
rALERT1TO-SHOUT1AHOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   We needed to figure out how to become aware of the alarm at night, as my whole family is deaf and we couldn’t hear anything.
rNOT1
lDEAF1AALL3FAMILY3*DEAF1AHEARING1A*
m[MG]ganzefamiliehörennichts
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   There were some deaf class mates of mine who hadn’t written something down, and they knew they would get in trouble for it.
rTO-CALCULATE1^*FELLOW1*
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meinigegehörlosschulkamerad
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   There were soldiers who lost their hearing because of the bombs or injured their vocal chords.
r$INDEX1BOMB1BROKEN3^
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_11 | 61+m   A deaf person told me that the Frauenkirche hadn’t been hit by a bomb, but that there had been a huge fire surrounding it.
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Münster | dgskorpus_mst_12 | 31-45m   A deaf guy that I knew from school participated in a student exchange.
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meinschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I was born and raised by a deaf family that used sign language.
rTO-GROW-UP1A*I2*PARENTS1ADEAF1AI2*$GEST-OFF^TALK2B*
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meltern[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   Only the ones with deaf parents had an advantage but not the others.
rONLY2AWHO2*PARENTS6DEAF1AADVANTAGE2$INDEX2OTHERWISE1*
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mnurwerel{tern}vorteilsonst
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   All the deaf people in school thought that one word could only be used in one sentence, just like it was written on the blackboard as an example.
rALL2B*DEAF1ATO-BELIEVE2B*THE1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*
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mallegehörlosglaubenein
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   I attended a vocational school, however not one for the deaf but rather one for hearing people.
rPROFESSION1A$INDEX1*I1DEAF1APROFESSION1A$INDEX1*TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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mberufsschulegehörlosberufsschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_13 | 46-60f   But for the purpose of my education, it was better to work together with hearing people rather than deaf people.
rEDUCATION4*AS-OR-THAN3WITH3DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^
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mbildungalsmitgehörlos[MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Deaf people need contact, of course.
rDEAF1A$INDEX1CONTACT2A*CLEAR1A*
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mklar
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_14 | 18-30m   Deaf people are a little different there.
rDEAF1ABIT3*DIFFERENT1
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m[MG]bisschenanders
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   She has a heart of gold for deaf people. Well, you could rather say that she has a heart for my family.
rREALLY2HEART2A*FOR1*DEAF1AON-PERSON1^DEAF1ANO1B*
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m[MG]herzlichfür[MG][MG][MG][MG]
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   She has a heart of gold for deaf people. Well, you could rather say that she has a heart for my family.
rFOR1*DEAF1AON-PERSON1^DEAF1ANO1B*HEART2AFOR1*
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mfür[MG][MG][MG][MG]herzf{ür}
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_15 | 31-45f   He proposed offering sign language at the church.
rCAN1*SIGN-LANGUAGE1B*FOR1DEAF1AFOR1$GEST-OFF^
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mkanngebärdensprachefür[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$GEST-OFF^TO-WORK2*AREA1E*DEAF1AOR1*TO-SAY1MUST1*
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marbeitodersagenmuss nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   When I was young, I didn't realize I was deaf.
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mmerkennicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Then I finally came to a deaf school.
rEND8TO-MOVE2^*TO-GO-THERE1DEAF1ASCHOOL1C
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mendegehörlosenschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   I was immediately sent to a school for the deaf.
rIMMEDIATELY2B*DEAF1ASCHOOL1C*$INDEX1
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msofortgehörlos{en}schule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Back than people called it deaf [German: ‘gehörlos’ - implies that something - the sense of hearing - is missing]; now it's called differently.
rPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*TO-SAY1DEAF1ANOW1NEW1A
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mfrühersagtgehörlosjetztneu
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Didn't your parents search for a deaf school by then?
r$GEST-NO-IDEA1^*TO-SEARCH1WHERE1A*DEAF1ASCHOOL1CNOT-YET4B$GEST-OFF^
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msuchenwogehörlosschulenoch nicht
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Nowadays, the new word ‘school for the deaf’ is used.
rNEW1ATO-JOIN1A^DEAF1ASCHOOL1C*
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mneugehörlosenschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   The hard of hearing and deaf day care is new now.
rHEARING1AAND5HEARING1ADEAF1ATO-WORK1^*KINDERGARTEN2*PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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mundhör{end}gehörlosenkindergartenda
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   No, you mean the school for the deaf?
rNO1B^*SCHOOL1CDEAF1ASCHOOL1E*
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mhörengehörlosschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   Around '53 I went to a deaf school.
r$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d$NUM-TENS1:5APPROXIMATELY1DEAF1ASCHOOL1C*TO-GO-THERE1*
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mdreiundfünfziggehö{rlosen}schule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   He then pointed at me and said, “He's deaf.”
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m[MG]gehörlos
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   That was my time at the school for the deaf.
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m[MG]gehörlosenschule
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   One or two of the deaf children went to Bielefeld.
r$INDEX1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2dDEAF1AOFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1C*TO-GO-THERE2*BIELEFELD1A*
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m[MG]einzweigehörlosweg wegnachbielefeld
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   I was the only deaf person.
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malleintaub
Münster | dgskorpus_mst_16 | 61+m   You were the only deaf person, as well?
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mdualleingehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   #Name2, who is deaf-blind, asked me for a cat or dog in the retirement home that he could put in his lap and stroke.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^$NAMEDEAF1ABLIND1ATO-SAY1TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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m#name2taubblind
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Deaf people, nevermind if here or there, are all the same.
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mgehör{los}[LM:pah]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   But I think that deaf people in the east live better.
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maberost[MG][MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   The deaf people from east and west should also be equal and friendly when meeting.
rALSO3ADEAF1A*TO-SHAKE-HANDS3^DEAF1A$INDEX1DEAF1AEQUAL2*
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mauch[MG][MG][MG][MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   The deaf people from east and west should also be equal and friendly when meeting.
rTO-SHAKE-HANDS3^DEAF1A$INDEX1DEAF1AEQUAL2*TO-STAY2*
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m[MG][MG][MG][MG][MG]bleiben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   She completely ignores deaf people.
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m[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   My deaf-blind group will go on a summer excursion to the Andechs Abbey.
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mtaubblindengruppea{usflug}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Through/ In East Germany, they had a good education and learned to stand up for deaf and deaf-blind people. That’s good.
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mfürgehörloseundtaubblind
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   He’s dating another deaf woman, but her hands are already shaking.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Brandenburg? Yes, the second one of their regional associations for the Deaf.
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mbrandenburg[MG]gehörlosenverbandzweite
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_01 | 61+f   Do you read the German deaf newspaper?
rYOU1TO-READ1BGERMAN1DEAF1ATO-PRINT1^*
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mlesendeutschegehörlosenzeitung
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   There were a lot of people there and many of them were deaf.
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mvielleute
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   I was surprised that there is a theater festival especially for deaf people.
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mtheaterfestivalfür
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   I was surprised that there is a theater festival especially for deaf people.
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mfür
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   It was the first time for me to attend such an event. I already knew the German Deaf Theater but that isn't quite as professional.
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mmeistensdeutsch gehörlos theatereinfach
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   I realized that deaf people could play theater as well as hearing people do.
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mkannauch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   When the plays are always about the problems deaf people face, then it's kind of boring.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   The people there were from all over the world; it was an international Ballermann Party.
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minsgesamtmitinternationalball party
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   A dance performance by a deaf person was scheduled on the entertainment program.
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mtanzen[MG]tanzen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   No, it was at the deaf community center. There was food and/
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mzentrum
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   No, it was at the deaf community center. There was food and/
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mzentrumzentrumessen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   It's the one in Augsburg. The deaf community center Augsburg.
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maugsburggehörlosenzentrumaugsburg
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Mainly the whole sports club was there.
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m[MG]sportverein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Well, deaf people also swarm the place/
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m[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   They meet every other week on a Saturday.
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mimmer[MG][MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   Just like deaf people do it sometimes when they are partying.
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mgehörlos[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_02 | 31-45m   If there are deaf people among the group, then they go to the Bergfreunde.
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mwenndabeibergfreunde
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Let me think, I was on the Mediterranean cruise for the deaf and the hard of hearing in 2003.
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mmittelmeerfürgehörlosschwerhörige
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I thought it was a real pity because he had such a great personality and because he was awarded the Cultural Award of the German Association of the Deaf.
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mkulturpreisdeutscher gehörlosen bund
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   Other deaf people didn't know him very well, but I did.
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maberaberanderegehörlosthema
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   On the other hand I can sign with deaf people, so I have the opportunity to use both forms of communication.
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mdeshalbgehörlosmehr
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   The other children knew that I didn’t hear anything, so we just played.
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mschonver{stehen}[MG]spielen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   I was born deaf.
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mgeburtgehörlosgeburt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   There was a deaf deacon.
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meinselbstdiakon
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   There was a church service that night with an incredible number of deaf people from all around the world.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_03 | 46-60m   There was a meeting of with all deaf believers the next day.
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mgläubigergehörlosmitanderezusammen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   I'm telling you, deaf people will never die out.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   If deaf parents, for instance, get a deaf baby, he/she maintains a strong deaf identity.
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mklarbeispielelternkind
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   If deaf parents, for instance, get a deaf baby, he/she maintains a strong deaf identity.
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melternkindbleiben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   If deaf parents, for instance, get a deaf baby, he/she maintains a strong deaf identity.
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mbleiben[MG]bleiben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   To the deaf people, of course.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   I think the Association of the Deaf, the Association of the Hard of Hearing and the Cochlear Implant Association should try to work together now.
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mgehörlosenbundschwerhörigenbund
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The Association of the Deaf also commented critically on the fact that the deaf community is used as some sort of reception camp for unsuccessfully implanted people.
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mgehörlosenbundschon
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Nowadays, they give information about deafness in centers for early intervention and in consulting centers.
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m[MG]über[MG]aufklärung
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   If I, as a deaf parent, have a deaf child, I am supposed to give him/her the opportunity to get implanted.
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München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   They don't show them deaf people and that they have no problem going through life.
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mzeigenkannleben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There are deaf professors, doctors and so on.
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mgibtprofessorärzte
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There are deaf professors, doctors and so on.
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mgibtprofessorärzteda da da
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   “The child is deaf; oh dear, it's the end of the world!”
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mgehörlosaus
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The CI deafens.
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mc-imachttaub
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Then you're deaf and that's it.
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mgehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Many deaf people who grew up in the hearing world got an insight into the deaf community and realized they felt comfortable there.
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mauchvielbeispielaufwachsen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Many, although not everyone of course, feel at home in the deaf community, because everyone's equal and getting along there.
r$INDEX1*FEELING3*WELL1DEAF1AWORLD1TO-JOIN1A*FEELING2A*
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mwohlgehörlosenweltfühl
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Deaf people are always equal.
rDEAF1ACAN2BALWAYS1AEQUAL9*
l
mkannallesimmer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Or they get aware of their situation and participate in events of the deaf and realize they feel comfortable there.
rMORE1TO-TRY-OR-REHEARSAL4EVENT1*WELL1*
lAWARE1DEAF1ATO-JOIN1A
mmehrbewusstveranstaltungwohl
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   That's exactly why deaf people will never die out.
rHENCE1$INDEX1DEAF1ANEVER2ATO-DIE2*$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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mdarumniemalsaussterben
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   I use to joke around and tell deaf couples they should get five kids.
rTO-LET-KNOW1ATO-TEASE1WHO6DEAF1ATOGETHER3B*BOTH2ADEAF1A
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m[MG]wer
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   I use to joke around and tell deaf couples they should get five kids.
rDEAF1ATOGETHER3B*BOTH2ADEAF1APARENTS1A*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5CHILD2*
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mel{tern}fünf
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   It's good for the country and the young deaf generation can get promoted.
rHAPPY1AND2ATO-PROMOTE1ADEAF1ACHILD2*TO-PROMOTE2A
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mfrohundkinder
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   That's why the idea emerged to say ‘sign language community’ instead of 'deaf community'.
rIDEA2AWORD3NOT3ADEAF1ACOMMUNITY1BNO1A^TO-SIGN1D
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mnichtgehörlosengemeinschaftgebärdensprachgemeinschaft
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Otherwise the deaf community is very small.
rAS-OR-THAN4DEAF1A$PROD$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^
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malsgehörlos[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   They aren't deaf; the word isn't suitable, because they have a CI.
rNOT3ADEAF1AWORD3QUOTATION-MARKS1*$INDEX1
l
mnichtgehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   In that case, it's not suitable to speak of a deaf community.
rTO-MATCH1MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED3*NOT3ADEAF1AGROUP1C^*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mp{asst}heißtnichtgehörlosengemeinschaft
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There's a discussion at the moment whether to say ‘deaf’ [gehörlos] or ‘deaf’ [taub].
rAND5*NOW3*DISCUSSION1ADEAF1AOR5DEAF1A*$GEST-OFF^*
l
mundauchdiskussiongehörlosodertaub
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The word ‘gehörlos’ [without hearing; deaf].
rTO-SAY1DEAF1A
l
msagtgehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   In Germany ‘deaf’ (taub) has two different meanings, which is bad.
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lDEAF1ADUMB1BIN1GERMAN1*
mtaubblödindeutschland
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   He once told his client that he was deaf (gehörlos).
rCLIENT1TO-LET-KNOW1AI2*DEAF1A
l
michgehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   He told him again that he was deaf (gehörlos).
rHEARING1B*TO-LET-KNOW1AI2DEAF1A
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michgehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The problem was that the client didn't get the word ‘gehörlos’ [deaf].
rLIKE4A*DEAF1ATO-INCLUDE-OR-TO-ADMIT1NOT6*GOOD1^*
l
mwiegehörlosnichtrichtig
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The deaf guy explained that ‘deaf’ means that he really can't hear.
rTO-THINK1ADEAF1AOPINION1A$GEST-TO-COVER-ONES-EARS1^NOT3B
l
mmein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The deaf guy said “I am deaf (taub)”. Only then did the client get it.
r$GEST-DECLINE1^*I1DEAF1AFINISH1TO-LOOK-AT1^*
l
michbin taub
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Maybe he didn’t understand because the word ‘gehörlos’ [deaf] is hard to articulate for deaf people.
r$INDEX-ORAL1BIT4*DIFFICULT1*
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mgehörlosfürbisschenschwierig
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Everything's clear if you say “I'm deaf (taub)”.
rI1*DEAF1ACLEAR1A
l
mtaubklar
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Using ‘deaf’ (gehörlos), people could think you still hear a little.
rDEAF1AMEANING1^POSSIBLE1TO-HEAR2
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mgehörlosigkeithören
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Deaf people will never disappear.
rDEAF1AVANISHED1ANEVER2A$GEST-DECLINE1^*
l
mniemals
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   I think it's better if three deaf kids attend a hearing class together than one deaf child alone.
rBETTER1ALSO1AALONE1BDEAF1A$INDEX1
l
mbe{sser} besserauchallein
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   A deaf child among all those hearing people.
r$PRODHEARING1BSTH-IS-MISSING1^*
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mallehörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   On the other hand hearing people can learn that deaf people are quite normal.
r$INDEX1USUAL1
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mhörendnormal
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   But on the other hand you need to think about how the deaf person feels.
rBUT1*SIDE-OF-THE-BODY3^FOR1*DEAF1ASELF1A*I2$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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maberseitefürselbst[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   I generally feel equal when meeting another deaf person.
rALSO1AGENERALLY1AI1*DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1DEAF1A*EQUAL2*
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mauchallgemeina{uch}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There need to be a few deaf people together, of course.
rSEVERAL1*DEAF1AHOWEVER1ACLEAR1A*
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m{ist} dochklar
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   Obviously a deaf person's development is dependent on their parental home and their school.
rCLEAR1A*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^DEAF1ATO-DEVELOP1ADEPENDENT3*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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mentwicklung
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   There are deaf people who are smarter than hearing people.
rTHERE-IS3*DEAF1ASMART4$ALPHA1:RAS-OR-THAN4*
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mgibtschlauerals
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   The problem is that many deaf people don't like reading.
rPROBLEM1MUCH-OR-MANY1ADEAF1ATO-READ2*TO-WANT-NO-PART-OF-STH2*
l
mproblemvielles[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   But taking people from the vocational training centers or schools for the deaf into consideration.
rBBW1$GEST-OFF^*$GEST-TO-PONDER1^DEAF1ASCHOOL4$INDEX1
l
mb-b-wgehörlosenschule
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_06 | 18-30f   A lot of deaf people ignore it if they don't understand something.
rMAIN1A^SEVERAL1DEAF1ATO-UNDERSTAND1DONT-TAKE-SERIOUSLY1$GEST-DECLINE1^*
l
mundnicht verstehen[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I was born into a family with deaf parents and therefore it is obvious I was raised with Sign Language.
rBIRTH5*$GEST-OFF^CLEAR1A*DEAF1APARENTS7$GEST-OFF^TO-SIGN1D
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mklar[MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   People that hear and talk are different. I don't belong in this group; I am deaf and use signs.
rTO-BELONG-TO1NOT4MY1DEAF1ATO-FOCUS1A^$GEST-OFF^TO-SIGN1G*
l
m[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I never had the feeling I was missing out on something in my childhood because of my deafness.
rI2DEPRESSION3^*$INDEX1DEAF1AI1TOO-BAD1*I1*
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m[MG][MG][MG]schade[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I'm living a normal life; just not in the hearing world, but in the deaf world.
rLIKE3A*LIKE6I1DEAF1AWORLD1*AREA1A*$GEST-OFF^
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mwiegehörloswelt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   These kids were mainly foreigners. They are more willing to get involved with deaf kids.
rTYPICAL1*ABROAD1*READY2A*DEAF1ATOGETHER1A*
l
mtypischaus{land}bereit[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   I only knew about deaf people’s communication.
rDEAF1ATO-SIGN1G*TYPICAL1*I2
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m[MG]typisch
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   There are many events there, but rarely anything for deaf people.
rTO-CELEBRATE1A^*$GEST-OFF^*FOR1*DEAF1A$GEST-OFF^LANGUAGE4A*NOTHING1A*
l
mveran{staltung}für[MG][MG]programm[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   You have to make up for that deficit in signing during meetings with deaf people in order to communicate.
rIN-ADDITION1^*$INDEX1DEAF1ACOMMUNITY1A*TO-MAKE-UP-FOR-STH1TO-SIGN1E
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maufholen[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_07 | 18-30m   It is different if the parents are deaf.
rI1DEAF1APARENTS7*I2CARELESS3A^*
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m[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   Deaf people like you and me let their babies feel that their mother is there through stroking the babies or using sign language with them.
rAND2AI1DEAF1AYOU1*I2TO-PET1B*
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mund[MG][MG][MG][MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_09 | 61+f   He was happy that I was open and friendly despite being deaf.
rPROTECTION1B^*DEAF1AAND2ATOLERANT1^FRIENDLY4*
l$INDEX1
mundfreundlich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I was even born deaf.
rALREADY1BBIRTH1BDEAF1AALREADY1A*$GEST-OFF^
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mschon[MG]schon
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Seeing other deaf people amazed me.
rALSO1A*STILL4B*MORE1*DEAF1A
l$INDEX-AREA1
mauchnochmehrgehörlose
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I lived in a village, a small town, and had never seen other deaf people. That’s why I was so amazed.
rI1AN1ADIFFERENT2*DEAF1A$INDEX1*NEVER-BEFORE2A*TO-SEE1
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micheinandergehörlosenoch niegesehen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I have two brothers, one of which is deaf and the other, the older one, is hearing.
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mbrudergehörloserst
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   It just so happened that I talked to a deaf person who had a job there.
r$INDEX1AN1APERSON1DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1*TO-WORK1*PLACE9
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meindaarbeitsplatz
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Everything went well there, I was able to sign, as I had a deaf colleague.
rPRESENT-OR-HERE1*BOTH2B*TO-SIGN1A*DEAF1APRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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mda[MG]gehörlosda
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   The hearing people in the office said, “You’re deaf, it doesn’t work. Go away!“
rTO-WRITE1F^*$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^TO-SHOO2*
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mhörendbüro[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   But I do have deaf colleagues, so it’s okay.
r$GEST^PRESENT-OR-HERE1*DEAF1A$INDEX2*$GEST-OFF^$INDEX2
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maber[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I can’t take you in as a deaf person.“
rTO-INCLUDE-OR-TO-ADMIT1*I1$INDEX2*$INDEX2*
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maufnehmen[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   However, the solidarity in the group of deaf people is important to me; I feel comfortable there.
rI1DEAF1ATOGETHER-GROUP1*MAIN-POINT1BIMPORTANT1*
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maber i{ch}haupt{sache}wicht{ig}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I’m telling you, I feel like it would be much harder if there weren’t any deaf people.
rI1TO-LET-KNOW1A*IF-OR-WHEN1A*DEAF1AEMPTY1^$GEST^I1*
l
mwennsagewenngehörlos[MG][MG]vom {ge}fühl schwierig
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Are hearing people open towards deaf people and sign with them when meeting them in the city, or are they more unapproachable?
rPUBLIC1TO-THINK1BCLEAR1D^DEAF1ACITY2*$GEST^CITY2*
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moffen[MG]stadt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I, as a deaf person, was bored, and the hearing people remained among themselves and talked to each other — you know the situation.
rTO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2AI1DEAF1ABOREDOM1$INDEX1HEARING1A*
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mlangweilighörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   He used to have a video rental business here with subtitles for deaf people.
rWITH1A*SUBTITLES2*FOR1DEAF1AHERE1*
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mmituntertitelfürgehörlose
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   In the beginning, I got a lot of information that I had to often pass on to other deaf people.
r$GEST-OFF^$PRODI2DEAF1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*
l
mgehörlosinform{ieren}
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Everything is fine among deaf people, it is, however, more difficult to meet and communicate with hearing people.
r$GEST-OFF^DEAF1ATO-SWARM1^PRESENT-OR-HERE1*HEARING1A*
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mabergehörlos[MG]aberhörend
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I still had good relations to my deaf teacher from the school in Augsburg.
rCOHERENCE1BPAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*MY1DEAF1ATEACHER1AUGSBURG2*PAST1^*
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m[MG]frühermeingehörlosenlehreraugsburg
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I tell them that I‘m deaf, show them where to go, and they are relieved.
rDEAF1ATO-LET-KNOW1A*TO-POINT-AT1*COME-HERE1
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mgehörlos[MG][MG]komm
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   You’re right, a big city is perfect for deaf people.
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mstimmtfürgehörlosgroßstadt[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   The contacts, the clubs, the Deaf club, the subway, and so on — everything.
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mvereingehörlosenzentrumu-bahn
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   The word ‘taubstumm’ would be crossed out then, followed by an explanation of what the words ‘taub’ [deaf]“ or ‘gehörlos’ [without hearing; deaf] mean, and so on.
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mdurch{streichen}er{klären}taub[MG]gehörlos[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I am the only deaf person.
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mich[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   It appears to me as if they think, “Deaf people cannot communicate anyway, just leave him alone.“
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l
mwieweißkann nicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   When I had finished my apprenticeship, I went on a big trip to the U.S. with two of my deaf friends.
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mfreund[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   My daughter is deaf like me.
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mmeintochterauchwieich
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   Of course, hard of hearing and deaf children were automatically coming up to me.
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mschwerhöriggehörlose[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   I am very fortunate to have three siblings who are deaf as well.
rSIBLINGS2A*I1*ALSO1ADEAF1A$INDEX1
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mgeschwisterauchgehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   My brother, my sister, and I automatically separated into a little group and were signing nonstop.
rMACHINE-AIDED1AWHAT1AI2DEAF1AGROUP1B*BROTHER1A*SISTER1A*
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mautomatischgehörlos[MG]bruderschwester
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   What’s also interesting: I already told you, my mother always thought negatively about deaf people.
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mimmernegativübergehörlos
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   People talked about it among themselves, but they never told us deaf people.
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malleserzählenaufgehörlosniemals
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   And still you are deaf, interesting.
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mtrotzdem
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   No, no one has ever been deaf before in my family.
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m[MG]
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   So the woman ordered things and asked how much that was.
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mgehörlosfrauwasbestellen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   The deaf woman caught it wrong, and asked again, “300 Marks?“
rDEAF1AWOMAN1AWRONG1TO-UNDERSTAND1*
l$INDEX1
mgehörlosfraufalschverstanden
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   My mother told the hearing people much more than she told us, the deaf people.
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mmehr[MG]alsgehörlosso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_10 | 31-45m   She thought deaf people wouldn’t understand anything.
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mglaubengehörlosverstehen nichtso
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   The deaf people from West-Berlin were experienced and knew how to handle the visiting situation, like having to inform everyone about appointments in advance.
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mwowestberlinerfahrung
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   They had a special event in the deaf club in East-Berlin that day.
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mberlinostberlingehörloszentrum
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   When I went to the school for the deaf in Laim, we always sent up balloons with name tags at the summer festival.
rOFTEN3*PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*$INDEX1DEAF1ASCHOOL1ATO-COAT-STH2A^$INDEX1*
l
mfrühergehörlosschulelaim
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_11 | 31-45f   He promptly answered and sent a mail to the school for the deaf.
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l
mspontanschreibenschickengehörlosschule
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Back when they founded the deaf community center in Augsburg, the teacher Roßkopf was made director.
rDEAF1ACENTRE1ATO-OPEN3^*$INDEX1
l
mgehörloszentrum
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   That way the children had a place to meet other deaf people.
r$GEST-OFF^LOCATION3FOR1DEAF1ACAN1AIM2^CONTACT2A*
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mortfürkannkontakt
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   It seems to be a burden for hearing people to work with deaf people.
rTO-MEET2BSTRAIN1ON9^DEAF1APROBLEM2A$GEST-OFF^
l
mtreffenbelastungfürgehörloseproblem
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   It's often because the hearing colleagues don't understand their deaf colleagues.
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mdochgehörlosnichtverstehen
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I think a meeting with the colleagues would really help to detect misunderstandings.
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mglaubegehörlosmusswie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   I also told him that he knew nothing about the deaf world.
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mdukennengehörlosweltnicht
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   You can't see if someone is deaf.
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mman siehtgehörlosnichtan
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   One cannot see that we are deaf. We look just like hearing people.
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maber wir[MG]nicht sehen[MG]wie
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   Take yoga for example: deaf people can't do that.
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mzum beispielyoga[MG][MG]problem
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   It is true that we as deaf people have advantages as well.
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mstimmtschonstimmtgehörlosoftvorteil
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_12 | 46-60f   It also works as an advantage to still be able to sign to another deaf person who is standing further away.
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mstimmtduauchvorteil
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.
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mkannauchhörendkann
München (Munich) | dgskorpus_mue_13 | 46-60m   I’m the only deaf person.
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micheinzig
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