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In general, signing and speaking at the same time is frowned upon by many Deaf people. Yet they generally make exceptions for a few specific situations. Ordering at a restaurant when eating out with Deaf people is one of those.
Why do you think signing and speaking is usually not a good way of communicating with Deaf people?
Why would it be different in a restaurant-ordering scenario?
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