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  1. My name is Theresa and I'm an ASL tutor on Wyzant. I've had a lot of fun tutoring on there and have gotten great reviews. Most of my students are beginners or intermediate learners, and I would love some more students. If you're at all interested in lessons, I charge $30/hour, but I'm flexible on rates. Let me know! Thanks!
  2. Hello! I am Max. I want to find someone to do Sign Language with. Where I am from there is a lack of places in my area that offer sign language as a course. The local community college offers it but that's about it. I have been teaching myself American Sign Language since 2017, but I have no one to practice with. I live in New Haven, Connecticut. If anyone knows a way for me to practice with someone whether it be video chat or in person let me know.
  3. My husband (I'll call him Kethern) has severe hearing loss. It's getting worse; to the point that he doesn't hear speech or sounds very well (if at all). He has begun to isolate himself from me and people at work. I have started making different signs to him, like you, me, talk, drink, come here, look, stop, deaf (I don't know the HOH sign) and other simple words/signs. Some are from the ALS vocabulary, some are just ones that I have made up on my own. I have talked to him on several occasions about learning ALS, but he is resistant. When I start talking about it, he starts doing someth
  4. I'm looking for someone to teach me ASL. My local colleges teach it, even my local adult learning center teaches it. However, two things there - neither one has an ASL class until next semester. And - Neither one has a beginning, or, ASL 1 class until next fall Plus - they are both damned expensive, not to mention lab fees and textbooks! I didn't pay to learn the basics of American English; why should I have to pay to learn the basics of another language? I never understood that one... (My parents taught me the basics, school and society taught me the rest.) I have tried some of th
  5. Hey eveyrone! My name is Izabel, I am 18 and have learned ASL in highschool. I took all the way till' ASL 3 and I love it. But, unforunately my college doesn't have ASL classes and I'm afraid of losing all what I've learned, and I hope to be able to a fluent conversation if I ever come in contact with someone deaf or hard of hearing or a signer. It would be great if someone intermediate or advanced could practice with me, however I am open to help beginners. It would still be technically practicing, as long as I get sommething, I'll be happy! I'm not really on facebook anymore, so I'll try my
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