What language would deaf people think in?

Updates:
Thanks for the replies-I guess it must be sign language, lip reading, images and/or body language :)

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What Guys Said 8

  • go ask a deaf person

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  • sign language?

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  • Sign language!

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  • sign language

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  • but was first created sign Language by Juan Pablo Bonet is hearing...
    why Deaf-mute child wasn't first? still is body language

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  • It's hard to think in sign language.. just imagining hands moving? I'd think maybe just images.. like a silent movie?

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  • Sounds kind of like this:

    "ddddrrrr mmmmm nnnn ddrrrr lllrrrrllrlrllrlr drrr"

    Just like that.

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What Girls Said 9

  • ... Whatever their native language is. There are different forms of sign language. Deafness is also not always total and most deaf people are also lip readers.

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  • Maybe in sign language?

    www.reddit.com/.../

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  • The language of feeling and touching.

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  • Sign language,

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  • Sign language.

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  • sign language

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  • body language, lip reading,

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  • Whatever the language their people speak. They need to speak with their hands.

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  • Sign language?

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    • Yeah that makes sense

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