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Hey my name is tiearra i live in los angeles ca and have been studying asl off and on since 2012. I go to golden west college and am taking asl 2 over, i need a signing buddy to practice with im kind of shy so ive had no success in going to deaf events and talking to people on my own. 

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Hi, I have the same problem. I've been studying off and on but I haven't had much success because I have nobody to practice with. I had a teacher a while ago but now I'm trying to teach myself. I'm a mere beginner, however. As long as there is some material we can use to practice, I'm willing to connect

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