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my name is annie I just enrolled in a level 1 beginners💗 sign language course by  the BSL. sign language is such an important thing that is so undertaught in schools and institutions, children should be taught from an early age exactly like MFLs are taught, whether or not the school has an association with somebody who needs to use it or not. I have never been in the situation where I need BSL but I know it as wider part of society. I have always wanted to learn sign language and I see lockdown as a prime opportunity to do so.

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