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"Hello, my name is Libby. I am deaf, I sign slow, I am also new to sign language and I like talking to other deaf people like me, Bye!" So as you can see in this video I am super new to learning sign language, please only helpful comments and no hurtful comments. I was diagnosed completely deaf in one ear and 87% in the other when I was 1 and a half, Now I am completely deaf in both ears. I don't talk very well and I need someone to video chat with that could help me because I don't know anyone who knows sign language. I am 15 and really need to become more independent.

 

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Hello Libby, 

I too am new to ASL and would love to sign with you.  The only problem is you sign too fast for me.   I would love to chat with you if you don't mind me having to slow you down for a while.  If you are interested, please let me know here  or search for me on skype.  Search for Angelo Michel Houma      I look forward to hearing from you!  

If I am too slow, you can let me know and I will no be  offended!                                                                                                                                   

Thanx!

Angelo

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