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I'm Aisling (sign name: Irish) and this summer I completed BSL Level 1 but since the course was going to move to another, further away location and my anxiety was getting worse I wasn't able to continue on to Level 2. I'm still fairly adamant about learning though and suddenly got a brainwave that there was likely a forum about it. I'm hoping that maybe I'll get some support in trying to learn from home, with barely any contact with BSL speakers.

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