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  1. Hi I'm Jax, hearing, and a college student. I asked myself this question, and ended up making a list. 1. Watch Movies in ASL. 2. Watch Vlogs in ASL on youtube. 3. Start a video diary where you only use ASL. 4. Practice ASL conversation in online chatrooms. 5. Join a social ASL learning group online. For example, you could join a discord server or a fb group. 6. If you have a friend who knows ASL talk with them often. 7. Join an online ASL immersion event. 8. Hire a virtual tutor to practice ASL conversation. 9. Find a friend to plan and schedule a day together, where you will use 'no voice' and only ASL. 10. Attend a free virtual meeting/seminar that relates to ASL or Deaf Culture. If you have additional suggestions please feel free to leave them in the comments below. I look forward to your response.
  2. Most of the people say human translation is better than machine translation. What is the difference between them?
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