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Hello, My name is Alex, "Deaf" in America Sign Language. If you want chatting for learning sign language. I would be love it get know about you, please message to me soon.

 

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have a great day :)

Sincerely

Alex,

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Hi!  My name is Maya. I am also currently learning ASL & I would love to practice with you! Feel free to let me know when you're available 🙂

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Hi Maya & Grace  I'm available on Mondays & Wednesdays 11am.  Shoot me your email addresses and I will send you a Zoom.  We can learn together. My email is [email protected] If that time doesn't work for you, we can figure out a time.  

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Hi, everyone! If any of you are available on the weekends, I could chat with you on Zoom. :) I'm still finding out if my workplace will re-open next week so if they don't, I could do weekdays too.

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