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Hi eneryone :)

I am learning BSL alongside my degree and am okay with signing words alone but the trouble comes when I put them into sentences both on paper and physical signing. I would like to write down what I will be signing in BSL grammar so it makes it easier to know what to sign where. 
 

I’m hoping to write and sign ‘I chose university of portsmouth because the psychology course is good and I enjoy being near the coast’. 
 

if anyone could help with this I’d be very grateful :) 

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Hey Cally,

BSL sentence structure is a tricky one, the best example online I can find is Mel on youtube. 

 

 

In terms of your sentence I would start "Uni of Plymouth why? Good course, great location" 
However, I am just learning myself anyone else have an idea??

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