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school for the deaf

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"School for the deaf" is a term for an educational institution specifically designed for the deaf and hard of hearing. Here, the primary language of instruction often includes sign languages. It plays a key role in deaf culture and community.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"The school for the deaf is a place where communication takes a beautiful, silent form."
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school

πŸ“ Description
"School" is a noun derived from the Greek word "scholΔ“" meaning "leisure". In contemporary English, it primarily refers to an institution for educating children. However, it can also describe a group of people sharing certain characteristics or beliefs, or a large group of fish or other sea creatures.
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"John woke up early, eager to start his first day at the new school."
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for

πŸ“ Description
"For" is a preposition in English. It's used to indicate the use of something, a reason or purpose, or a period of time. For example, "I bought a gift for you," "I'm studying for my exams," and "I lived there for a year." It's derived from Old English 'for' meaning 'before, for, on behalf of.'
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Mike went for a run in the park and felt refreshed."
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deaf

πŸ“ Description
Deaf is an adjective used to describe someone who is unable to hear. It's also used in a broader context to refer to the community and culture of people who share this characteristic. This word traces back to the Old English 'deaf,' bearing the same meaning.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
Despite being deaf, Jane was a master at reading lips and expressing herself through sign language.
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