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Sam Grafton
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I'm really a beginner, but here's one tip my professor gave me when I took ASL1 last year: don't "imprint" fingerspelling, but try to make it more of a smooth transition from one letter to another. This is obviously easier said than done (I'm guilty of it as well sometimes), but it'll also just come with practice. Hope I manage to show what I mean in the video :)

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