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Sign language and overcoming deafness

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  1. The history of American Sign Language
  2. The use of grammatical rules and sentence structure
  3. Poetry and wordplay
  4. The left hemisphere, the area associated with language

Anybody that has traveled to a foreign country can appreciate the feelings of helplessness when no one speaks your language. We all take for granted the fact that when we want or need something, we can make strange sounds with our mouth to make it happen. However, not even the hardiest of world travelers can understand the feelings of helplessness that arise from not being able to understand any language at all, feelings that are the everyday norm of millions of deaf people. How can one exist in a world where communication is entirely auditory when one cannot hear a sound?

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