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I start learning ASL in Middle school because I want to communicate with deaf/hard of hearing people and make friends I met in class and I also was interested too after I high school I stopped signs because there’s wear no one to sign pretty much then I started to go deaf meet up then I started signing again and now I host deaf meet up in North Carolina


 I’m also planning on teaching ASL by one on one by video chat and it’s a great idea to teach people ASL it’s will be great experience to do it.. I am not a perfect in ASL because I am still continue learning but I think it’s okay to teach ASL even though you know more ASL than them

If you are interested learning ASL (America Sign Language) then then we can set up a appointment or something 
I promise you all that I will do my best to teach you and will take easy on you

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