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Hello! I have also been searching for friends that know ASL and it would be an honor if you could teach me. This is my first year in college learning ASL and its quite hard for me to practice because I dont have anyone to understand me or tell me if im doing it correctly besides my professor and we only meet 2 days of the week. So if you're up for it so am i!

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On 11/13/2020 at 8:22 AM, Bee280 said:

I am deaf and use british sign language 

 I understand how different sign languages are naturally adapted and developed throughout the world but I have never understood why a universal governing body has not been created to help universalize sign language around the world

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