I interpret for two boys, ages 15 and 16, who sign like boys at that age talk: A series of semi-coherant "mumbles," incomplete sentences/thoughts, etc. This is hard enough to voice when your hands are free. Please don't hold a pencil in one hand and a piece of paper in the other, then get upset when I can't figure out what you're saying. It's like a hearing person talking with a pen in their mouth.
"Most English-speaking people...will admit that cellar door is 'beautiful', especially if dissociated from its sense (and from its spelling). More beautiful than, say, sky, and far more beautiful than beautiful. Well then, in Welsh for me cellar doors are extraordinarily frequent, and moving to the higher dimension, the words in which there is pleasure in the contemplation of the association of form and sense are abundant."