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American Sign Language:  "Hard-of-Hearing"



Make an "H" handshape and drop it a few inches, have it bounce up and over to the right and back down again in a small arc. Sort of like drawing a lowercase "n" in the air with an "H" handshape.

 

 HARD-OF-HEARING:

 



Sample sentence: "Do you think hard-of-hearing people should marry Deaf people or Hearing people?"
= YOU THINK HARD-OF-HEARING SHOULD MARRY DEAF O-R HEARING?

 

 


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