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    • hi! my name is Scarlett and¬†I am learning sign language for my Silver Duke of Edinburgh award. I first learnt fingerspelling when I was in Brownies when I was 10 years old and have wanted to begin learning BSL since. really enjoying the course!
    • Hello! My name is Natalie and I am 26 years old from North Wales. I am a performer and a dance teacher, and decided to start learning BSL as I think it will be a great skill to have and open up new opportunities to help and meet more people. Can't wait to keep learning! Hope everyone is staying safe, and keep positive!ūüėÉ
    • Hey, ex script consultant here, In terms of screenplays it all should be written in English with English grammar, including all of the "Spoken" lines.¬† If you want the character to be authentic and genuine, give the part to a genuine deaf actor who will know the how to bring the words to life with their¬†hands.¬†¬† I wish you all the luck in the world! and if you need and ex-script consultant¬†on your team you know where to find me Lola
    • Hi Everyone, my name is Theresa and I am 33 years old and live in Birmingham. I am an undertaker and decided to learn to sign so I could offer the same support and care to any families with a member who is deaf or hard of hearing. I am finding it alright¬†so far but really use my hands a lot when I'm talking so that has been a struggle lol! I would be really interested in talking to anyone else learning, particularly¬†to use in a are in¬†public service¬†setting.¬†
    • Hi I am 70 this year and partially deaf following a horse riding accident, consequently wear a hearing aid. This helps with the Tinitus which also resulted from the accident. Trying! to learn BSL basics as I am a tour guide at a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I felt so inadequate when we had 2 deaf visitors and I could not even welcome them. So, lockdown can have advantages, lol. Stay safe. ¬†
    • https://www.signbsl.com/¬†is a great tool for looking up words. They also¬†have an app for your phone. I have a similar story, I was working reception for my charity and a group of deaf people came to stay with us so during lock down I decided to learn BSL, I am finding maybe I more suited to SSE ¬†
    • Hi! My name is Olli, and I am SUPER excited to be here and finally learning BSL! A little bit about myself: I am 16 years old and studying animal management at college, I'm hoping to study zoology at University! I love animals and want to one day become a zookeeper. Because I want to work in the public sector I felt that it was super important for me to learn sign so that I could hopefully make trips to the zoo a bit more accessible and educational for deaf/hoh people! (I also just believe that people should learn bsl no matter what, because it can help so many people). ‚̧ԳŹ
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