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Hi all, 

I'm 58 and just started learning ASL this year.  I hoping to prove that you can teach an old guy new tricks.  

I would love someone to practice signing with one or more people who also would like to practice.  Please let me know if you are interested.

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Hello Ronald,

This is a beginners attempt to say:

I''m learning ASL because my  daughter is learning ASL and will be teaching my grand daughter ASL in 2 months.  I'm excited.  

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Hi Rose,   This is what I TRIED to sign.

I’d like to practice ASL with you.  What is your best time to practice?  Morning? Night?  Which?  I work nights until Friday

 

I can also see I need to adjust my camera.  Hopefully after I get a chance to sign with someone a little more often, I will become a little more fluent.   

Thanx!

Angelo

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