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Level 03 (Lessons 31 -
45) Practice Cards (in MS Word .doc format)
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Practice sheet 41.A
01. YOU LIVE WHERE,
02. YOUR FAVORITE
PLACE STUDY WHERE?
03. YOU ARRIVE CLASS
04. THIS CITY HAVE
05. YOU ENJOY CAMP
Practice sheet 41.B
06. Every-2-WEEK, YOU
GET PAY-CHECK YOU?
07. YOUR FAMILY,
PERSON COMPLAIN MOST WHO?
08. YOUR HOUSE CORNER
REGISTER CLASS, YOU MEET COUNSEL-AGENT?
10. APARTMENT CLEAN-up
DEPOSIT, NORMAL HOW-MUCH-[1h]?
Practice sheet 41.C
11. SUPPOSE GO EUROPE,
WANT LOOK-AROUND, 1-DAY ENOUGH?
12. FLAT-TIRE, YOU
KNOW HOW CHANGE YOU?
13. BICYCLE FREEWAY
14. CAKE YOU EAT
15. GAS what-COST?
Practice sheet 41.D
16. HOLLAND HAVE MANY
17. CAR, STREET-[road]
(What are the colors of a street light?)
18. YOUR CAR MOTOR
19. YOUR SISTER,
20. YOU DRIVE TRAFFIC,
INTERPRETER: Professional Interpreters for the Deaf generally aspire
to obtain national interpreter certification from the Registry of
Interpreters for the Deaf. It usually takes several years of study and
practice before you are ready to interpret professionally. If you want to
become a certified interpreter you should expect to put in around 900
classroom-seat-time hours (or about 60 semester-credit units), several
thousand hours of general signing practice (chatting with Deaf and/or
skilled signers), as well as a couple hundred hours of mentored practice
interpreting. You will need to pass a written test regarding ethics and
professional conventions as well as a performance test.
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