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Not gonna lie, i'm just kinda learning BSL because i'm bored. If i ever meet anyone in the future who's deaf or mute i wanna be able to understand and speak to them.

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Hi Josh, 

Nice to hear from you. I'm Amy and still making my way through the course at the moment too. Still very much a beginner myself. You're doing well with it and I totally agree, it would be nice to be able to speak to people who are deaf through sign; one of the reasons I'm learning it also and I've always wanted to.

I'm finding it interesting trying to read people signing and I'm not gonna lie, I had to replay your video a couple of times too. Am I right in thinking you are from...Scotland? I'm not very good at places, definitely need to go over them again! And I think you got your J upside down, but other than that awesome! :)

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