Yep, I'm doing that british-sign.co.uk course too. I want to learn BSL because quite frankly I don't think it's fair that Deaf people have to rely on lip reading and such to be part of a conversation, and that mute people can't make themselves understood without a paper and pencil. You guys deserve to be part of the conversation. Also, sign language is so much easier to process than sound when you're in a crowded room, and you can't exactly sign too quietly to hear!
Hi everyone! My name is Lucy, I'm 17 and I'm hearing. I started the british-sign.co.uk course during quarantine, as it was reduced in price so I had the chance to get it! Part of the course is to introduce yourself on this forum but honestly this place looks really lovely so I'll likely hang around some more and meet some of you. Once I've finished the course to gain some vocabulary, I'll be looking for some conversation partners around my age so I can get used to talking to another person. I'm really looking forward to being able to converse in this awesome language, but for now he