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I'm Hannah. 20. Just started doing my sign language level 2 after a successful level 1. Really hoping to get connected with you all for more practice. 

I am studying BSL because I've always been so interested but could never do the course until I was 19. Now I am on the course am hoping to become a BSL teaching assistant. 

It would be lovely for you all to introduce yourself :D

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Hiya! Im Mae, 17. I actually just started learning BSL today after being interested for many years, and am very excited to learn more. I am currently in my last year at school, and hope to go to uni next year and study drama to look at different ways of showing communication in performance. I hope to include BSL in future performances, as well as get to know different people who also know BSL.

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I'm Laura-Jane, i'm 19 and am in my second year at University studying British Sign Language and Interpreting.

I found this forum whilst looking for extra fingerspelling practice but I'm also looking forward to getting to know other people who also have an interest in BSL! 


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