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ASL practice/conversation buddies?

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Hi all,

I would like to practice asl more, but unfortunately I don’t have any friends that sign or are learning to sign. I know a lot of random vocabulary but I struggle with conversations because anything we did in class was scripted (because that’s helpful for the real world -_-).  Overall, I’d say I’m probably intermediate. Anyone is welcome to add me on Glide, my username is itskait 

 

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