聾者roushaha手話shuwade会話kaiwagaできるdekiru
Deaf people can converse in sign language.
聾唖者rouashaha手話shuwade話すhanasu
Deaf-mute people talk using sign language.
mimino不自由なfujiyuunahitoha手話shuwade会話kaiwaga出きるdekiru
Deaf people can talk in sign language.
我々warewareha身振りmiburi言語gengode話したhanashita
We talked in sign language.
パターソンPATAASON博士hakaseha手話shuwawo使ってtsukatteゴリラGORIRAto意志ishiwo通じtsuuji合ったatta
Dr. Patterson communicated with a gorilla using sign language.
パターソンPATAASON博士hakaseとんでもないtondemonai。ココ.KOKOgaゴリラGORIRAha利口rikoude手話shuwawo覚えられるoboerareruことkotowo私たちwatashitachini教えてoshieteくれましたkuremashita
Dr. Patterson: Not at all! Koko has taught us that gorillas are intelligent enough to learn sign language.
ココKOKOhamimiga不自由なfujiyuunahitono言葉kotobaであるdearu手話shuwawo500go以上ijoumo知っていてshitteiteそれらsorerawo使うtsukau
Koko knows and uses more than 500 words in sign language, the language of deaf people.
1972nenni、フランシーヌ・パターソン,FURANSHIINU/PATAASON博士hakasehaココKOKOni手話shuwawo教えoshie始めたhajimeta
In 1972, Dr. Francine Patterson started to teach sign language to Koko.
トムTOMUha手話shuwa通訳tsuuyakushaniなりnariたかっtakata
Tom wanted to become a sign language interpreter.

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