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Bec Meachin
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So I’m doing an online BSL course and a few times the lady did the sign in my video, but didn’t say what it was. Probably she did the same sign in another video so they don’t bother telling you what it meant with the subtitles. She was discussing food. So a break time she had a hot chocolate and she did the sign before hot chocolate. 

 

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