If two deaf people have a child, will the child be deaf, too?
I've had this question forever.
No, not necessarily.
Not likely. I know someone with two deaf parents. She can hear perfectly fine.
Probably not. It depends on why they are deaf, if it is a genetic anomaly that both parents have, it is more likely that their child will be deaf. If each parent is deaf for a different reason, the children will probably be hearing.
That would depend.
Only if the parents' deafness is genetic and caused by the same genes.
No. I know deaf parents with a hearing child.