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NIC Written Test Preparation

Which of the following linguistic features is found in ASL but not in English? A. possessive pronouns B. object-verb agreement C. rhetorical questions D. subject-verb-object word order B. object-verb agreement
From a cultural perspective, the core Deaf community is most appropriately thought of as a: A. bilingual community B. disadvantaged and segregated group C. disabled group D. linguistic minority group D. linguistic minority group
The setting LEAST likely that a Deaf person would be working as an interpreter is: A. at an international conference on sign language research B. in settings where there are Deaf/Blind people in the audience C. in a mainstream classroom D. in a courtroom C. in a mainstream classroom
Most content adjustments that interpreters make are either linguistic or: A. cultural B. spoken C. visual D. auditory A. cultural
Mainstreaming became widespread in the U.S. primarily because of the: A. enactment of Civil Rights legislation B. passage of Public Law 94-142 C. 1973 Rehabilitation Act D. Americans with Disabilities Act B. Public Law 94-142
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