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Hi.

I started learning BSL last year during the first lockdown and really enjoyed it.

Signed up for a course and due to Covid most of it has been Via ZOOM which I'm finding difficult as I am missing out on proper practice.

Would anyone be interested in joinging me in a BSL video Chat

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Hi Jackie

If you would like I have a drive full of BSL helpsheets and videos you can have for reference just let me know and can email it over. With regards to the video chat I can possibly help tomorrow night if interested and go from there? I'm a level 1 and a bit rusty myself so we can help eachother

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