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Hi I have joined the BSL course in order to be able to chat with my daughters niece who at 14/15 months was diagnosed as being profoundly deaf. I am taking this opportunity during lock down to learn as much as I can. I am good with just the signs but when trying to say phrases  I find it very difficult to sign and mouth what I am saying e.g. my name is Lesley is hard because I am trying to say it out loud the way I sign and I get all mixed up. Does anyone else find the same thing?

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