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Sabine

Eager to Make Deaf Friends

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Hello!  I'm so very excited to make deaf friends that I can practice ASL with and learn the Deaf Culture from!  I just finished ASL 1; my major is in ASL interpreting as I am aspiring to become an interpreter.  If anyone is available to practice please let me know!  I really want to practice real conversations and make real friends along the way! 

Thank you in advance :D

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