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Ergo, transcript: Hello Jessica! Welcome! My name is Kaleigh [name sign]. I would be happy, actually I am eager to practice. It would be great to practice with you. Bye.

---EDIT BY ADMIN: We are almost there with these video gremlins! - Sorry this one didn't work completely - I have made a few tweaks and it should work better next time!

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Jessica-louise Parfitt I'm a single mum to two young children so classes aren't an option for me at the moment so I'm doing it online which fits around them perfectly as I chose the time and day but I do miss out on learning from others as I just watch a short video clip and then have a 10 min skype tutorial each week. I'd like to be able to practice with others. I'm coming up for the 3 assessments so defo need the practice!!!!

well done completing your level 1 Lesley Silvester and good luck with your level 2.

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I wish to take BSL classes. I live in America and obviously, ASL is the popular option around here 😝 -I am fluent in ASL.

I am glad to have found this forum as we can video chat! I definitely want to check out online classes though I may not be able to commit till this Fall.

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I'm currently working towards my Level 2 which I hope to have completed in September. I am more than happy to help anyone who wishes to go over any Level 1 work, or help as well if I can towards Level 2. I am free most nights other than a Thursday, as I have my BSL course that day. If anyone needs help just let me know and I can come onto the chat rooms, and help.

Practise makes perfect.

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