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Alison Leeson

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 Hi Everyone,

 My name is Alison. I just started learning AUSLAN Cert II at tafe in Sydney. 

I was so glad to find this online forum that would help to practice my skills and connect with other learners. 

I am very excited to  get to know you all and  work on my AUSLAN skills. 

Alison 

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Hi Alison. I'm Hatam. Would you be interested in teaching me Auslan? I'll teach you American Sign Language in return! Thank you. 

Best,

Hatam

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