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Alice Wilks
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Hello everyone,
I though I would share a tip that I have been doing to help learn the signs that some of you may want to use also if you wish.
I have taken the time to write down the words on small pieces of paper, folded them up and placed them in a container.
I then mixed them up and one by one take them out and do the sign, if I can remember of course. 
This also gives the chance for a family member or partner to also pick them out and test you.
I also keep the signs up on the computer/phone to go back to if I can't remember the sign.
I hope this helps anyone if they're looking for new ways to learn.
Thank you, stay safe.
Alice x

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