At 5/17/08 06:29 PM, ACroyale wrote:
All well an' good, until she began to speak. Since she's deaf, she also has a speaking problem?
Ugh . . .
Well, considering you can't hear yourself speak when you're deaf, you tend to forget how voice volume and intonations sound, followed by phonemes and exact mouth motions. Hearing yourself is how you get feedback on your speech and how you continue to speak well. If it doesn't get constantly beaten into your head, you forget all the complex motions of the mouth involved in speaking.
Although it's clear that this lady didn't forget the motions of the mouth needed to give head.