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Next is UNIT 11, EXERCISE 11b: Comparing Cultures – Entering the House
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Generally speaking, Deaf people do not give up easily when it comes to visiting their friends. When there is no answer at the door, Deaf people usually do everything possible to see if the person is home before leaving. Typically, the first course of action would be to text this person. If there is no response, it would not be unusual for the deaf person to walk into the house (if the door is unlocked), or look through the windows for any sign of presence.
How would you feel if a Deaf friend of yours did that at your house?
Conversely, do you think you would be able to do this when attempting to visit a Deaf friend’s house?
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