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Hi, this is my introduction!


Joshua Key
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So, I was first introduced to ASL about 5 years ago by a friend of mine who is an interpreter. Since then I've studied ASL off and on (not as much as I should have😃) and have attended several classes on the subject. I really enjoyed it, especially when I was good enough to start conversing with the deaf customers at the place I worked. I've been to several deaf chats and have helped interpret Bible studies for a friend of mine who is deaf. I know I have a long way to go before I am fluent, so I hope by signing with other people who are passionate about ASL I can get the experience I'm lacking. I look forward to meeting new people here! 

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