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Hello! I took a semester of ASL in college about 7 years ago and found it to be SO fulfilling. After thinking about it for years, I've decided that I want to pick it back up and hope to eventually become fluent! I'm currently quite rusty, but found that I latched onto the language with relative ease when I was first introduced. Anyone out there want to chat with a rusty beginner (who also happens to be a fast learner)? I'm on Eastern time if that helps!

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On 11/13/2018 at 5:44 PM, Emily :D said:

Hello there! I'm currently taking ASL in college and would love to study with you, but I am on the Pacific Time Zone. :/ I'm not sure if it would work out. 

Skype live : waleed_9110 im a little bit of a beginner and looking for online practice buddy :) add ne 

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