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Hey everyone, my name is Yinna.

I started ASL in January and am just starting ASL3 on Lifeprint. I can sort-of follow along with The Moth if I slow it down to 50%. I can beat most of those fingerspelling apps but when it's a fluent signer instead of a series of pictures it all comes apart at the seams :-).

I would love to sign with people who are at about my level. I'm sure we'll make mistakes, but I need to get over the 'oh dear what was that sign again' hump.

What else - I'm in my mid-40s (but please don't hold that against me), I live in California and I love to row. On the ocean. In a very narrow boat.


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