Question by deanjp: why is it crucial for a deaf as a post idiosyncratic to see both the interpreter and the speaker?
why is it crucial for a deaf as a post idiosyncratic to see both the interpreter and the speaker. I am larning ASL and is it very important to have the two people circumpolar?

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Answer by theduckthatwasnt
It is important, because so much of communication is in body language and facial expressions. A deaf as a post person would be pretermiting out if he or she only watched the interpreter

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