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#16 - Ken M (06/26/2013) [-]
Whenever I see these videos, the person usually asks "can you here me?" and the previously deaf person shakes his head up and down excitedly.

How do they know what the person is saying? Obvious they know the language, but they've never heard it before so unless it's down on paper / signed, I don't see how they'd understand.

(Or possible they're just nodding their head up and down because that's a natural response for something exciting).
User avatar #22 to #16 - fatalkill (06/26/2013) [-]
There was this show i had to watch (voyage of the mimi) it had a deaf woman who spoke with a lisp and read lip, and did all that **** in real life, and the guy who voices billy in adventure time was half deaf, that's why billy sounded that way.
User avatar #20 to #16 - frankwest (06/26/2013) [-]
A lot of deaf people go through a learning process so they they can still understand and use the English language (or whatever language). Quite a few deaf people can even speak full sentences with few problems. They sound odd, but they understand spoken language. I'm underexaggerating even. Most deaf people are good with spoken language, they just can't hear it.
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#19 to #16 - Ken M (06/26/2013) [-]
They can read lips?
User avatar #17 to #16 - lexivex ONLINE (06/26/2013) [-]
Most likely, the last option
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