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I am new to here and I have been looking for someone to video chat/tutor to help me improve my skills. I have an auditory processing disorder ( I read lips to make up for what I cannot hear) and I am gradually losing my hearing so I am trying to learn ASL as soon as possible. I have been teaching myself for about a year now, and I know fingerspelling, numbers, and basic phrases. Please. Please. PLEASE, message me back. Thanks!

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Hi guys! My name is Maggie and I'm currently starting my 4th semester of ASL and finishing up my associates degree in it! I too need to keep up with signing, and expand my knowledge by signing with more people! I still feel like my signing is pretty basic, but I will slow down if needed. You can email me at: [email protected] , and maybe we can all accommodate a time every week to chat and practice for a little while? Let me know what you think! 

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