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Breakfast with Bravo

Lesson Two

Deaf people should be viewed with pity False
The two perspectives commonly held about Deaf people are? Handicapped and Cultural
You can modify the meaning of a sign by repeating the sign to show "for a long time" True
In ASL grammar the adjective comes before or after the noun? After the noun
Facial expression and body language are two of the ways to modify the meaning of a sign True
The cultural perspective views Deaf people in a negative light, focusing on what Deaf people cannot do False
The handicapped perspective views Deaf people with pity and focuses on what they cannot do. True
The cultural perspective views Deaf people as belonging to a culture equal to all other cultures of the world True
What is the name of the culture that Deaf people belong to? Deaf culture
Created by: MrsJacoby