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Bisceglia Lana Aristide

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On 6/20/2018 at 2:24 AM, Bisceglia Lana Aristide said:

Hello my name is Biscelia I am learning sign and would love to meet new friends to practice with. I am not deaf but I love the deaf community and I have a deaf sister but she lives in Georgia.  I have taken a asl class here and plan on going back in july. 😊

Wow nice ASL MY FAVOURITE WANT  

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2 hours ago, Bisceglia Lana Aristide said:

@GadgetJim57 im still trying to learn this site 😭😂🤦‍♀️ i am better with glide and fb i think

Hey @Bisceglia Lana Aristide welcome. If there is anything on this site that isn't obvious or doesn't work as you expect please let us know and we'll try our best to make it work better.  Let us know how we can make it easier for ASL signers and learners to connect. Enjoy 😊

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