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Hello! I am a High School student currently taking ASL 2, I'm not very good and pretty much only know the basics. On top of that I just recently broke my thumb and signing has been really hard because it's my dominant hand. However, I love the ASL community and the language so so much, if anybody would be willing to just to sit down and have a supper chill VC just to get some practice in and meet some people that would be awesome!!!

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been learning for a week, will probably mess up a bit as im doing trying to learn asl and bsl but it would be fun to get some practice

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