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Hello everyone, My name is Dion I'm an advanced sign language interpreter. I been doing American Sign Language for about five, six years now and I still practice my interpreting skills. I'm still practicing interpreting in ASL and English. I started doing Sign Language when I was in High school and continued taking classes in college where I took Interpreting aswell.

If anybody have any questions or need help, feel free to ask me and leave any comments.

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