In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Fortunately, one of the nurses at the surgery has a deaf relative and has picked up some sign language along the way.
- He also knew of elders from a previous generation who were deaf and used sign language.
- I can understand the older people best because they use sign language too.
- She was phenomenal - she trained for about two months with a deaf lady and learnt sign language.
- The recent World Cup inaugural ceremony coverage had an instructor using sign language.
- If the linguistic space is sign language, then the deaf infant will acquire language in that modality.
- The videophone is already being used to let patients talk remotely to doctors, and by deaf people to communicate in sign language.
- While in Dublin she learned sign language at a course in Trinity College so she could communicate with her son.
- She returns to the chateau outside Lyon and learns to communicate through sign language.
- She first borrowed a kit to learn and teach Makaton, a simple form of sign language, to make it easier to communicate with Felix.
- You don't have to understand sign language to enjoy the show, nor do you have to hear the performance to enjoy it.
- She is profoundly deaf and will rely on communicating with the rest of the crew by sign language.
- They even learnt sign language because of having a deaf boy there, which was excellent.
- Kavita learned to talk to them in sign language by the time she was three.
- Two people have sat next to me and are conversing in rapid sign language and working on a series of forms and business documents.
- Today, linguistic research confirms that sign language is a real language.
- The script of the play will be put on the whiteboard so that anyone in the audience who does not understand sign language will be able to follow the plot.
- Chloe's mum, Emma, works for the East Lancashire Deaf Society and has been using sign language for two years.
- Few people deafened in middle age become proficient in sign language or identify strongly with deaf culture.
- Now I go to a school where everyone uses sign language and we can communicate easily with each other.
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