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Brandon Duran

Continuing to learn ASL after not signing fir a while

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Hey y'all,

I started learning ASL last year at my school when I was accidentally put into that class and I instantly fell in love with ASL and deaf culture and I wanted to continue taking it this year. I already completed ASL 1, but I recently realized that I forgot how to sign a lot of things. I really want to continue learning as I plan to double major in Psychology and ASL.

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