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Medical student looking for someone to practice with! :)


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Hi!

My name is Jonty, I'm 21 and a 2nd year medical student at Edinburgh uni. Like a lot of people on here I am now working from home due to COVID-19, but am keen to keep learning sign language as I was taking classes at uni. I hope that one day I can use what I have learnt to help patients without needing to find an interpreter. :)

I am about halfway through my online intro course but have done lessons before.

If anyone wants to practice with just let me know. I'm pretty easy going and have a lot of spare time atm, would be fun!

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Hello Jonty, 

I am also keen on learning bsl but I have no clue when to start. I know no signs and would like to practice with someone so it might be easier to form conversation and correct imperfections. 

Also congrats on your medical studies 

Cheyenne~

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