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My name is Leticia Elizabeth Chamorro, I'm 20 and I'm from Paraguay, I'm studying for a degree in the English Language focused on Translation and Interpreting, my idea is to talk about British Sign Language and I would appreciate if I can contact with someone that can also give an international presentation about BSL.

If there is someone that could help me please contact me to my mail, I'll always check it: [email protected]

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You always should keep in mind that any presentation is always focused on different data and specific numbers. From essential business presentation charts, phrases, graphs, diagrams can always help you keep an attention of your listeners. I always prefer to add listeners to my presentation, having a profound evidence-based work, which is much better than without it.

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Leticia, if you need any ideas about presentation, how to provide it with needed charts and diagrams, I can share with you Preply source with this page because authors of that article gathered pretty nice and useful information about it, explaining tutors and teachers how to organize online learning process.

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