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Hi, I’ve completed and introduction to bsl so I know the alphabet, animals, colours, numbers, basic phrases, ways to describe people, transport, time and shopping vocabulary. I’m looking to continue learning (not sure if I need level 1 or level 2 bsl?) id anyone knows any online courses or tutors please let me know. Also, if anyone knows if based on what I’ve learnt if I should be going onto level 1 or 2 that would be very helpful. Thank you so much.

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Hi there!

It is great to hear you have learnt the alphabet, animals, colours, numbers, basic phrases, ways to describe people, transport, time and shopping vocabulary. Looks like you are off to a good start.


We understand sometimes people aren't sure what to do next. We have a one-one tutorial available either via online or face to face. It is just £30 for one hour and our tutors will be able to advise whether if you can go straight onto Level 2 courses or advise differently.

https://remark.uk.com/tutorials/

We have offers on 1-1 tutorial ongoing:

Buy 4 Tutorials, and get the 5th free (has to be a block booking).

To be used within one calendar year of booking.

 

 

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