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Mark John
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Hello everyone! 

I've been learning BSL for two weeks and am looking for someone to practic with. I'm very new! 

If anyone would like to have a short practice conversation with me, do get in touch! Happy to arrange a good time that works for you. 

Thanks! 

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Hi Graeme and Leighton, 

Thanks for posting. I'd love to chat in the 'video chat' section of this website to try and maintain a conversation as Graeme suggested. I'm still very new to it all but have now enrolled on BSL level 1.

I'm free Friday 8th between 3 - 6pm, Saturday 9th at 10am or Monday 11th at 10am?

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I guess we could still have 1 on Friday 3pm if anyone are willing then do another 1 on Saturday abit later on what everyone think about that ?  

1 hour ago, Helena Micklethwaite said:

Hey I would love to join this too if that is okay, I have just completed the level one course, but feel I need to have a go face to face with people, still feels all very new though. 

welecome!  yes it always better to go face to face and luckly I am hard of hearing and use BSL  a lot 

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