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I have been learning ASL for 4 months.  My class uses the Signing Naturally textbook and we are just starting Unit 4 (as a frame of reference of where I'm at).  Looking to practice words, phrases, finger-spelling and facial expressions. I'm understanding better than I can sign I think.  One day i hope to be fluent in ASL.

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Hey Carmen! I'd love to start practicing with you, if you want you can message me and we can figure out  a way to talk :))

 

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