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Introduce Yourself

Introduce yourself to the community by telling us a little bit about yourself and your interest or experience of American Sign Language.

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    • Hi everyone! My name is Caitlyn and I am an ASL interpreting student. I started learning sign language when I was little and have always been fascinated with it. I was finally able to take ASL 1 at my local college in 2015 and haven't stopped signing since. I'm excited to be here and practice with everyone in the chatrooms! If anyone ever needs someone to practice with I'm on most of the time Mon-Thurs PST just message me.
    • Like the title says, I'm Jill. I'm 17 years old and have been learning American Sign Language on and off since I was 12. I never really got to learn in a class because in my hometown there were no Sign Language classes outside of the community college. Now I'm taking an online class, but I don't get to practice my signs or conversations at much because it's online and I don't have any classmates. If anyone wants to video chat and practice with me, that'd be fun. I especially need help with the grammar part of ASL. Also, I'm on East Coast time and usually am free around 5:00 pm if that's important.
    • Hi Kat, Sad that has happened to you but you are definitely taking the right steps and being very brave and pro-active about it. I recently started here and have been taking a signing classes once a week since March 7th, 2019. I am really surprise how much I've learnt already. I am not deaf however I do work with people who are and occasionally I have the chance to practice with them, which is a lot of fun. I suspect I will be spending a lot of time in the video chat rooms, perhaps I will see you there some time. Regards, epsilonv
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