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My name is Destiny, and I'm new here!  I know extremely little ASL at the moment (I sometimes mess up parts of the alphabet, embarrassingly...), but I know a few signs.  I am not deaf, but I am hard of hearing, and due to PTSD there are times when I become effectively mute.  So, other than thinking it would be cool to learn an awesome life skill/new language, I think it would really benefit me on a personal level to learn ASL.  Plus, it could help me make so many wonderful new friends!  I hope that it's alright that I join you all here.

Much love. ♥
~Destiny

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Hello, my name is Tracy and I am currently in ASL class in college. I am a beginner and trying to learn at the same pace as college kids. I have learned but not perfected the alphabet, introductions signs, and some one word vocabulary items. One of my assignments is to interact in one of these chat rooms to learn some sign language outside of the classroom. Since I am such a beginner, I feel it will be difficult to carry any conversation. 

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