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    Lippen lesen

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    Wie heisst im Englischen das Verb für " Lippen lesen" - also wenn man an den Bewegungen des Mundes erkennt, was jemand sagt. Es gibt bei leo lip-reading, aber heisst dann der Infinitiv: to lip-read?
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    Danke
    Authormelly6429 Nov 10, 22:43
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    "to read lips" würde ich sagen.

    "to lip-read" klingt irgendwie nicht wirklich Englisch für mich.
    #1Authorrogerw (564631) 29 Nov 10, 22:45
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    I think actually either is OK
    #2Author Todd (275243) 29 Nov 10, 22:46
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    "Learning to lip-read will help with communication as well as the development of self confidence."
    http://www.royaldeaf.org.uk/index.php?option=...

    Chambers 21st Century Dictionary
    lip-read  verb said eg of a deaf person: to make sense of what someone is saying by watching the movement of their lips. lip-reader noun. lip-reading noun.
    http://www.chambersharrap.co.uk/chambers/feat...
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    agree with Todd.
    #3Author Marianne (BE) (237471) 29 Nov 10, 23:05
     
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