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(E) National ueograpnic society Y91 iLuainrui uy naLiua ucu-iapujU r uviugrapiuc tvaau a. vua c. Words Lose Their Mystery and Take On Meaning When Youngsters Play This Game Learning grammar is more difficult for deaf children than learning to lipread. Visual aids like this toy house help demonstrate the use of words. When teacher Christina Jones asks about the bird, Jerry Ruthowsky quickly finds it, and Linda Ellis writes about it. At the same time both children speak the word aloud.