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Hi everyone! I’m very new so just starting to learn all of the signs, but I wonder if anyone would like to have a regular meet maybe once a week to have a little practice is the signs we’ve learned? Thanks ☺️

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Hi Rachel,

I would be interested in doing this! I want to make sure I actually know and can use the words I have learnt!

Ellie

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Great! Same feeling haha I went back to check I knew the sign for 'how' and turns out I'd gotten it wrong... do you want to send me an email and we can connect via zoom or something? [email protected] (work email but want to connect my BSL learning to this email)

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Hi Rachael,

Would love to be involved with a group to practice. Finished level 1 but unless i get practicing scared i will loose it!

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I’m so pleased there are a lot who would like to practice! I’ve had one email but anyone who is interested can you please email me so I can arrange a time for us to meet without putting it on the forum, unless you’re happy with that? 

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