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Hi everyone, I’m Kinsey. I’ve been learning for about 3 years now, self taught and then two classes. I have a couple friends who are deaf and HOH, as well as a family friend who is an interpreter that I have learned from. I think ASL is a beautiful language with a fascinating culture and I plan to peruse a career involving it.

 

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