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I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO STUDIES ASL WITH ME


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Hi Lucy, Would you like to practice ASL with me? I see you are in an interpreting program... good for you! That's great! I'm maybe intermediate or advanced in signing... But it would be great to find someone to keep up my signing skills with...so if you are interested in doing a video chat with me, please let me know. 🙂

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I'm looking for someone to practice with too... I am more intermediate/advanced so I would love to chat with someone at my level or more... BUT I can help beginners become conversational as well. Let's practice! just send me a message to let me know if you'd like to do a video chat. 😉 

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Sure.... I'm not an interpreter... but more intermediate or maybe advanced... I don't like to really say advanced as I feel I can still improve a lot.... but yes, we can chat.  There is a video chat section in this forum... how do you and I go there, do you know?

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I am living in Taiwan, so I am 12 hours ahead of New York time, which means anyone looking to practice at odd hours might be interested in practicing together.

I'm just you can contact me at "david" and "@" followed by "englishcamptaiwan.com".

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