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On 27/04/2020 at 22:25, Heather P said:

A quick video, don't look at others answers.

What is my mothers name?

Do I have any siblings? If I do what are their names?

Whats my marital status?

Any further descriptions?

Thanks for doing this i enjoyed it .

Mother is called Sally

1 Brother no sisters

Brother called Martin

You are Married 

Husband called James he is tall has blue eyes and a beard.

M xx

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Lovely video, I understood you completely.

Your mum is called Sally.

You have 1 brother. He is called Martin.

You are married and your husband's name is James. He is tall with a beard and blue eyes!

One piece of advice I can give is try not to add 'what' to everything. It's known as a rhetorical question in BSL and is much better used here and there. For example, 'mum, name..' nod your head. Hope that makes sense 😃

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