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Hello everyone I hope everyone is doing well. I usually host meeting on Saturday 2pm with various other users on this site. Come and join. A few weeks ago we covered questions and and how to sign them. We went over: whats, whos, wheres, why, etc. After we discussed the questions and tried to figure out how to phrase them I noted them all down. My best friend uses BSL on a day to day basis (scottish bsl) but he has volunteered to aid me and answer any question I have in terms of signing and phrasing. So once we finished our session I had him proof read what we covered and the next session we covered it to provide some sense and understanding to use on our day to day learning BSL.

Attached are those notes and questions. Hopefully quality is decent. And you can read my handwriting. If not let me know and I will type it up. 

 

Usaid Tariq is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: BSL Meeting
Time: Jul 18, 2020 02:00 PM London

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https://us04web.zoom.us/j/77395693865?pwd=MnFXVlp6NjFGUkkzQ0hYV3h4QjVPdz09

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