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Linz4
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Is there anyone at Level 2 or above that fancies practising with me. I’m Level 3 ish, quite out of practise recently and still find quite a lot of aspects hard such as correct order and receptive fingerspelling so if anyone fancies chatting during the day or evening , work dependent, that would be helpful. Am getting rustier by the day! Am happy chatting to other Levels two but I mainly need to chat to someone a similar level to help me improve, any practise is good though! 🙂

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