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    • Lol, I doubt I could teach you much, as I've already forgot most of it, and as they say, "if you don't use it, you lose it". and I haven't used BSL, in around 36 years, so much of it is lost, it just needs a refresher, to ignite it all. I would be interested in finding someone to 'refresh' my memory and to help build up speed.  My time zone is MST (Mountain Standard Time), which is currently 8hrs behind the UK, which would mean for the hours between 12pm and 6pm UK time, I would need to be
    • Hi, I’m Joy.  I’m a mum to two gorgeous boys aged 7 and 2. I have bad water damage to my left ear and so have self thought to lip read. However since masks have been in use I’ve felt so isolated as I can’t hear what people are saying so I just cut myself off. I was in a really bad place. I’ve since crawled my way back to feeling a little better and decided that I can’t let my hearing loss rule my life so here I am, trying very hard to learn BSL!
    • Hello everyone, I am still fairly new to BSL, so this might be a silly question, but I am a bit confused about the sentence structure. I'm doing the online course and in Lesson 3 I think, it said that the sentence structure is Object/Topic, Subject, Verb. But in Lesson 7 it's Time, Subject, Verb and Object.  Does that mean the structure is a bit less strict?    
    • Hi all I'm Sean just starting to learn BSL, I Keep hitting a snag as due to being ambidextrous I don't have a dominate hand when I'm signing and am unsure as to whether this will be an issue when trying to communicate with others ??
    • Hi Trish, I’m Trish too! I have just started learning BSL am am thinking of running a club at the primary school I work at. I wear hearing aid full time both ears. Would love any help ideas for setting up club.  Trish 
    • That makes sense! Well, if you ever wanted to get some practice in with someone closer to your time zone let me know, I'm sure we could set something up via Zoom or something and you could teach me a lot! I'm still only breaking into this and have a long way to go. 
    • I'm Asteria, 14, learning BSL out of interest and finding it fun so far! Looking forward to meeting new people here :)
    • As I'm already partly knowledged in BSL, and after looking at the differences in ASL and BSL, I found that ASL, is extremely difficult to learn, compared to BSL, I'm not saying that because I'm British, but BSL is what I was taught when I was younger, but now I'm 62 and at my age learning another completely different one would be impossible. What I wanted was for someone to help me improve what I already know, not to fail at learning something else from from scratch, then I can teach my wif
    • That goes for me too! Would LOVE the extra practice and people to practice with. I don't really have anyone around me to practice with.
    • Hello! I'm also in the U.S. Why did you decide on BSL instead of ASL? I'm an American Sign Language interpreter and am wanting to also become certified in interpreting BSL, but you're right. It is hard to find practice for that out here!
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