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Hello.

  I am a weather presenter for ITV and have always wanted to learn BSL. I can remember learning finger spelling when I was in my teens and I still know it!  I'm on topic 7 of the BSL course, but would love start using it more on a day to day basis. I cant seem to find signs that relate to my job! In particular, I havent yet found out how to sign "weather presenter" or any of the weather conditions like sun, rain, wind, temperature. Can anyone direct me to a topic in the BSL that can help please? Thanks - and I hope the sun is shining where you are! Sophia

 

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Embarrassingly I have found some signs at the end of topic 7! I was too impatient! But feel free to sign "weather presenter" and temperature please as they are not included and I'd love to sign some forecasts! Thanks

 

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Hi 

 

Try the app ' Sign BSL ' .. its free, very useful ... type a word in and it show the video of the sign

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27 minutes ago, MattK said:

Hi 

 

Try the app ' Sign BSL ' .. its free, very useful ... type a word in and it show the video of the sign

Thats fab! Thanks MattK. I'll do that.... Thanks for your support!

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