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"This videotape has been specially produced to allow you to practice English-ASL and ASL-English interpretation within the same interaction."
Camera, Mike Montagnino, Verden Ness ; videotape editor, Verden Ness.
Participants, Allen Markel, Mary Jo Mastripolito ; off camera interpreters, Patty Nuser, Dennis Cokely.
An interactive situation designed for practicing...You have been asked to interpret for a Deaf landlord who is interviewing prospective tenants. The landlord owns a house that he has rented for the past few years. He is especially concerned that the new tenants are committed to taking care of the house. Today he is interviewing a woman who would like to use a portion of the house for her business.