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Hello everyone!

My name is Tara and I am from California. I am a college student who is taking ASL as my second language requirement. It's nearing the end of my second year, and as the summer approaches, I am scared that I will forget my signs! ASL is a beautiful language so I came here to make sure I retain my knowledge and get better at conversation! I only have a year of experience with ASL but I am very eager to learn and practice with others, no matter your skill level.

Please message me if you would like to chat! I am in my final weeks of college so I won't be available for the next couple weeks but I will be free all summer! Maybe around mid June so I'd like to meet as many of you as possible so I can practice with many different signing styles. 

Looking forward to getting to know you all! 

P.S. -- I will have my "oral" exam for ASL in a couple weeks so if any of you want to help me practice, I would be very grateful! 

 

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