Seems like it dont take much to get him mad. All it takes is one wrong look and off he goes. He seems to be very mature.:roll:
I won't understand if they sign very fast. I'd stand there smiling like an idiot like I did last year at a deaf pool party.
My speed would be normal but I can sign fast if I have to but not too fast.
We learned that we make sure to let Ddeaf/Hhoh person that we don't sign too fast or way too fast.
Same idea with hearie person who speak too fast and they hearie couldn't understand word hearie person says, like saying, "I'm sorry I couldn't understand cuz you talk too fast".
LOL! The ones I have particular trouble with are the ones that fingerspell at lightening speed, and also keep their hand turned towared the side so that you have to peek around to try to catch it.
Honestly, I can sign so fast. My mom and other interpreter and everyone and my husband said, "Wow, your sign is so fast" I was alike yeah and laugh. I can sign as slow if hearing people are learning sign language. I have to be patient and slow sign. If they don't understand and ask me do repeat. I will sign slow for repeat until they get it. Nobody are mad at me for sign so fast. I don't treat hearing a crap with sign language. I don't want to fingerspelling so fasssssst like Jasin's post. I treat to hearing people a nice and gentle.
My deaf friends who is very skill at speed fingerspelling and asl very well. Whenever she sign and fingerspelling so fast. I asked her to repeat at once time until I get it. If I never hear of new sign to me. I will ask for repeat what is that.