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Next is Unit 11, READING 11a: When and How to Offer Help
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While it might be obvious that the Deaf person needs to be alerted of strange noises coming from the house or car, more often than not, the hearing signer would not say anything. This might be due to the politeness factor, where the hearing person does not want to embarrass the Deaf person.
Would you alert the Deaf person about strange noises in their environment?
For example, would you alert your Deaf teacher if the computer she is using is making strange noises?
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