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The purpose of this paper was to study communication mode and noun acquisition in the Khon Kean Deaf School. The sixty four deaf students studying in grades I and II, were between the ages of 7-14 years, were subjects. The results indicated that the majority of the deaf received and epressed language by sign. The finding showed that most deaf children favoured the use of sign language as the primary communication mode and Oral/Aural, speech reading, and audition as supplementary communication moses.
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