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Query Details


Query Subject:   sign language lingua franca
Author:   fcosw5
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   A student of mine has asked if there is any international lingua
franca within the deaf community, as English currently serves among
the hearing? When deaf people from a variety of countries encounter
each other, is there some more-or-less agreed-upon language they can
use to communicate with each other?

Best,
Steven

Steven Schaufele
Asst. Prof. Linguistics,
English Department, Soochow University
Taipei 11118, Taiwan, ROC


LL Issue: 12.3051
Date posted: 06-Dec-2001



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