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Hello! I'm learning British sign language, a reallyyyy beginner. I'm hearing, and I'm learning the language because I think that it's important to know them. I'm going to do an English a presentation at school and I wanted to talk about the history of British sign language. As I was learning the grammar of the language, I came across a question about traduction of the phrase " Today I will be talking about the British sign language, telling to you the biography of the creation of this language, as who created and explain the basics of this language."

I thought that was... 

"Today British sign language I talk

Biography language, create who, explain the basics I tell you"

But I don't know if it actually is. Please help me

 

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