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Hi there,

I am new to BSL. I've just learnt how to do the alphabet and some numbers. I am a keen learner and would like someone who is more advanced to support me in learning BSL please?
 

I'd be very grateful. Thank you for reading.

Sully

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Hi there my name is Lydia i have passed level one and just started level 2 (mature student)! I am just learning out of interest as i have no deaf family.  found this site by accident and am not even sure where to click to tell about my self! hope you reply.

 

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i am not the most confident but must try.  What area are you from(different sign area) I am in Lancashire.  i am no expert but if you ok to try i am :)

 

 

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