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I decided to learn sign language as I recently had ear infections and went deaf. I have some hearing back now but it opened my eyes to how difficult communication can be if you cannot hear or are hard of hearing. I thought i would learn sign language so I can communicate with anyone who needs someone to communicate too if sign language is there only form of communication. 

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