手話, しゅわ

  • shuwa

Definition of 手話,しゅわ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • sign language

Related Kanji

hand
tale, talk

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Examples of 手話,しゅわ in a Sentence

1972に、フランシーヌ・パターソン博士はココに手話教え始めた。
In 1972, Dr. Francine Patterson started to teach sign language to Koko.
Dr. Patterson communicated with a gorilla using sign language.
Koko knows and uses more than 500 words in sign language, the language of deaf people.
不自由手話会話出きる
Deaf people can talk in sign language.
パターソン博士手話」と言ったす。
Dr. Patterson: She made the sign for cat.
聾唖者手話話す
Deaf-mute people talk using sign language.
パターソン博士とんもない。ココがゴリラ利口手話覚えられること私たち教えてくれました
Dr. Patterson: Not at all! Koko has taught us that gorillas are intelligent enough to learn sign language.
聾者手話会話きる。
Deaf people can converse in sign language.
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