(1) If a deponent is illiterate, blind, or physically incapable of signing an affidavit, the witness before whom the affidavit is made must certify, at the end of the affidavit, that:
(a) the affidavit was read to the deponent;
(b) the deponent seemed to understand the affidavit; and
(c) for a deponent physically incapable of signing--the deponent indicated that the contents were true.
(2) If a deponent does not have an adequate command of English:
(a) a translation of the affidavit and oath must be read or given in writing to the deponent in a language that the deponent understands; and
(b) the translator must certify that the affidavit has been translated.