ASL Study Partner
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Hi Yael, I just finished ASL2 I am also in Arizona, I have been using the fingerspell game to help. That is my weakness. Best of luck to you.
Hi Everyone! I'm Yael and I'm taking ASL 101. It is super cool having the opportunity to learn ASL! I came across this site and thought it would be fun and helpful to see if anyone wants to practice their skills with me. I'm slowly building up my vocabulary each day but would appreciate any feedback on correct sentence structure. I live in Arizona but I have a flexible schedule. Ill keep an eye on the chat rooms but if anyone wants a study partner I'm willing to meet at a specific time:)
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