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Um, hello everyone. I'm Aigneis, I just joined onto the site and learning the ropes.  I am deaf but I am able to read lips ok, still learning.  I am also learning to sign as well. At this point in time I'd say I am around the beginners level. I have no friends nor do I know any other deaf signers near me so i would love to have someone to help me learn and practice with me as well. I dont use my. Voice much but I do when necessary,  anyway, nice meeting you all. 

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Hi Aigneis, would you like to video chat? I would love to practice with you! I’ve take 2 classes and know a bit of sign language, but I need help reading the signs of other people. You can add me on Facebook so we can messenger chat (Kimberly Borders, I’ll insert my profile picture from fb as my profile picture on here so you know what I look like on fb, if you’d like to add me, or I’m available on snap chat @kimmiecloo97 ) thank you! 

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