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Hey! I am Evan. If am fluent in ASL and I notice many of you are new to the language. I will try my best to give you practice, especially receptivity. I found receptive is more important than actually learning the signs. If you can receive well, you probably will be able to sign well too. Let me know if you want to chat. Love you all

 

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