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Hello! My name is Claire and I am in ASL 4 right now learning at community college and am planning on getting my bachelor's degree in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies! I want to become an ASL interpreter in the future. I want to be able to get better at signing with people (especially fluent signers or almost fluent). Because of the coronavirus, my school got closed down and no longer have any way to communicate face to face with anyone but would LOVE to chat online with signers. Please let me know if you're interested.

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On 3/18/2020 at 11:15 AM, Claire Baker said:

Hello! My name is Claire and I am in ASL 4 right now learning at community college and am planning on getting my bachelor's degree in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies! I want to become an ASL interpreter in the future. I want to be able to get better at signing with people (especially fluent signers or almost fluent). Because of the coronavirus, my school got closed down and no longer have any way to communicate face to face with anyone but would LOVE to chat online with signers. Please let me know if you're interested.

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