Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'level 2'.
What I mean is that you've learned so much by yourself or elsewhere that the teachers think you're too advanced for a level 1 class but you would start at level 2 and start getting qualifications from there. Or do you think it's worth it to get a level 1 as well? For example, when I did french evening classes, I learned enough French by myself to go straight to intermediate/gsce classes and not start at the beginner ones.
untilHi Everyone! I need people to practise sign language with I'm doing my level 3 and I don't care what level your at me helping you will help me from the 8th of May I be in a pratise room every day around 7-9pm if we need more can move to a different platform but would be amazing to get help with BSL. Come build your confidence in sign and help me practice I will do structures to help learn while doing level 3 for stuff everyone has to practise e.g. Receptive skill, fingerspelling, stories, object placement etc... Thanks guys and hope to see you there!