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I'm super excited to start doing this! right now I'm a junior in high school. last year during my second semester of my sophomore year I took an ASL class, I got the joy of meeting my super awesome SEE ASL teacher. I was taught SEE, so exact english, but I know a lot of signs and can pick it up easily. She unfortunately retired, and we only have one year of SEE available. If I could have taken another level I would have, still, I kept all of our lesson signs, and I'm looking into getting a SEE dictionary.  I'm so glad to continue learning, and this site is one of my favorites. I'm excited to hopefully get to work with all sorts of people and continue to learn and grow my knowledge of sign. 

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