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Hello all.  My name is Denise & I am from Calif.  I have been studying ASL for many years now, however this year is the year that I have been studying it the most.  I took ASL 101 at our community college here on the Central Coast & plan on continuing my education.  For now, working with my Bro in law who is a CODA & with Chris & Johnnie Gorges online as well as other online resources.  Lifeprint.com  Spread the Sign  Sign School  etc  

Looking to practice & people to practice with 

I am also on Zoom as well as Discord

I am level Beginner ASL for now

Thank you for your time 🤚🖖

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