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My name is Dyanna and I am a recent college graduate with a bachelors in biology living in New Mexico. When I was younger my middle school was attached to a hard of hearing school and I never was able to interact with those students. Years later I've finally made the jump to actually learning ASL because it looks cool and you can use it in situations that require silence to communicate (and I want to be sneaky and talk to people in secret lol). I have stated learning the basics on this website called SignSchool and it has been very helpful but, I would love to practice with someone else to actually solidify what I've been learning. So hit me up and lets practice together!!!!

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I am new to signing. I have wanted to learn, but never took the steps until now. I am a student on online learning. I want to be able to have someone to practice with and become fluent in signing. What time are you available? I live in Nebraska and believe we are an hour or two ahead of you. Let me know if you are interested and what time we could get together. 

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Hi guys ! I am currently taking an ASL class and I would eventually like to become fluent but I have no one to practice with.. I used to have a friend in high school on the bus who was deaf and she taught me a lot of ASL but then she moved away and we lost touch unfortunately. I would love to talk to you guys sometime and get some practice in! 

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