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Sue W.

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Hi Sue!
Brilliant video!  You were so quick and confident.  I was slow to understand everything but that’s because it’s the first time outside of the course I’ve had to follow a full conversation.  Really great to have the opportunity.
There were a few things in terms of feedback, but only small details.  I think you’re using your index finger to sign ‘s’ and it’s usually the little finger on your primary hand.  For daughter your signing a single D and I think it’s two.  And when you signed married I think you used a finger to signify ‘I’ rather than pointing to your chest.  Otherwise, amazing! 
I’ll post a video back, see what you think and if you’d still like to set up a zoom meeting that would be great.

Best wishes,

Naomi

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Hi Sue,

I seem to be having trouble creating a video under the file size allowance.  If you’d like to chat, we can set up zoom or I could meet you in the beginners chat room at a specific time?  I’m not working at the moment so pretty flexible with times.  Just let me know what you prefer.

Naomi x

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Hi!

I only have one possibily useful thing to add and I'd be grateful if someone could confirm it. 

When I was taught about names my teacher said spell the name then 'say' it. So I'd fingerspell Tasmin then mouth Tasmin. 

That may not be something everyone does though, as the online course I'm now doing didn't say that. 

You're doing great though!!

Tasmin

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Hi!

I only have one possibily useful thing to add and I'd be grateful if someone could confirm it. 

When I was taught about names my teacher said spell the name then 'say' it. So I'd fingerspell Tasmin then mouth Tasmin. 

That may not be something everyone does though, as the online course I'm now doing didn't say that. 

You're doing great though!!

Tasmin

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