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I started the BSL course because I wanted to use my time in lock down to learn something new.  As a secondary school teacher I thought this may be useful at some point.

SO far, I am really enjoying the course and the challenge!

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Hi I started BSL because I wanted to learn something new in lock down, I Work in a department store, I might be able to use BSL to help customers. I am very new at BSL  but enjoying the course.

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