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Hi everyone! My name is Sydney and I currently live in Northern Virginia. I'm a college student but not taking any ASL classes at the moment. I'm a complete beginner to ASL and I've only just started learning the alphabet a few days ago and a few phrases. I'd like to chat with someone to help me practice and to make sure I'm signing correctly.  

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Hi, Sydney! I'm a little bit further into an ASL 1 class than you, but not by much, so I'd be happy to do some super-slow fingerspelling to help each other with reception. Just DM if you're interested, or you can email me directly at [email protected] 

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