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Hi I'm a 15 year old sophomore in high school and I've recently started learning asl so that I could communicate with my deaf aunt. If anyone else is a beginner to asl and is interested in practicing with me over discord or other media, just reply and tell me when. Thanks

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Hey, I'm a 16 years old going into my junior year of highschool. I've been learning ASL for about 4 years (self taught) and want someone to practice with too. I use discord and would prefer to use discord, but I have other ways of practicing. We can start practicing whenever, I'd prefer to start some time at the end of the week or next week.

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Hey! Im a highschool senior that will be majoring in interpreting, I would love to chat and go back and fourth! The names Kyla by the way :) I am 16! I have discord and that would work fine for me, I am free most days and am in the EST timezone. I look forward to hearing back from you!

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