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Hi everyone,  I'm Hayley and I've always wanted to learn BSL but just never had the time! I've been deaf in my left ear for about 10 years now and always thought if any problems arise with my right ear my best bet would be to to know BSL, I've currently got a lot of spare time at the moment so thought this would be a great thing to keep me occupied. Really enjoying the course and learning so much. 

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