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          1. Well, just think back to 2nd through 5th grade, when ALL of us started learning all those parts of our language…. Sadly, I find most of my peers didn’t listen well. I’ve always believed the better you know your own language, you become a more effective communicator… As well, it helps when trying to learn any other language….

            A LOT of what I’ve learned came from simply reading a lot; after a time, the structure and organization of thoughts and ideas becomes easier to express, as we learn more of how to USE our own language….

            😉

            Practice won’t make perfect, but, it does make for constant progress….

            gigoid

            😎

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            1. It’s different for us deafies. We have diffucult time learning English. I just happened to be lucky I’m able to write and read a little from all the years of being holed up in my bedroom reading one book after another.
              I have seen hearing people speak perfect English and not know how to read and write. See? They were able to listen to it while I was able to see it repeatly.

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              1. Aye, I get that…. I had the advantage of both methods; seeing/reading, and hearing/speaking/writing…. i’m sure it helped…. You do write well when you concentrate on it…. so, for you, it’s a matter of remembering to focus on the writing when you are writing….

                😉

                Love,

                gigoid

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                1. It’s a matter of remembering to focus on the writing when you are writing.
                  Could you tell me what does that mean? Darn it. I have to go. Be back. Not gonna forget I asked you so….
                  LOL!

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                  1. It’s easy to lose focus when we are thinking about more than one thing at once…. To post one must write and also think about the formatting, and the pictures, etc. Also, your personal feelings and thoughts about the subject matter can also distract from focusing on writing correctly…. All that gets in the way….

                    I try to write in one program, concentrating on the subject in each section. After I write the words, I format, add pictures, and then copy the whole mess to my email program, which somehow works best when I copy & paste over to the WP editor….

                    Once pasted in there, I add the pix and check the formatting. Then, categories, and tags.

                    THEN I hit the publish button, and go look at how it came out….

                    Concentration on the “task at hand” whether thinking of what to write, writing, formatting or any of it is the key to doing it well….

                    Think of how you sign to a novice ASL speaker… carefully and clearly, focusing on making the signs so they can interpret them correctly….

                    Each part of the publishing process for a blog requires the same kind of focus….

                    Claro?

                    Hope that helps….

                    gigoid

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                    1. That’s me.
                      Formatting?
                      ****
                      Think of how you sign to a novice ASL speaker… carefully and clearly, focusing on making the signs so they can interpret them correctly.
                      ****
                      Never had to do it carefully and clearly?
                      No claro.
                      Thank you for your patience.

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                    2. How about when you teach signing to someone? Aren’t your more careful and focused than when signing to someone who is fluent?

                      When you slice vegetables, or meat, you are focused on that; same thing… It’s a matter of directing one’s will to concentrate; it takes a bit of practice, but, gets easier the more you do it….

                      Feel free to ask for more clarity; it’s an important skill…. You have it, I am sure; you just don’t realize how it works in you…. By not hearing, you have a natural advantage to concentrating, as you are not distracted by the noises that catch the attention of the hearing, distracting them from their task at hand…. That is part of focusing, to learn to ignore the distractions….

                      gigoid

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                    3. Feel free to ask for more clarity; it’s an important skill…. You have it.<
                      LOL! You know I have been careful not to ask questions! But apparently I didn't! Thanks. I like you.

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                    4. It’s mutual, milady…. I wouldn’t try to help anyone who won’t try to use their head, for something other than carrying their head around from toilet to toilet….

                      You use yours….

                      “All you can do is all you can do.” –gigoid

                      😉

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