Technically, no. (had a voice)Originally Posted by Helped Wanted
"Being blind" doesn't have anything to do with her voice. One could include "dunb" there, but you should know that some people find that term offensive. Usually, just providng the information that a person is "deaf" is enough.If a question ask: Why couldn't she learn to speak?
The answer would be "because she was deaf and blind and dumb"
Is dumb one of the point to include in the above answer?
The second "they" is not necessary, but the sentence would be more natural if the clauses are reversed.Q2: Do I need to add the word " they" in the sentence?
They did not want to rouse her temper and ( they ????) felt sorry for her.
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They felt sorry for her and did not want to rouse her temper.
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