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Hello my name is Lydia.  I found this site a few days ago but not many people seem to reply to each other.   I have passed level 1 and just started level 2.  Due to first teacher just teaching vocab I am behind with learning placement and sentence structure. I know I won't be a natural but have been bitten with wanting to learn! Please could anybody spare me time or good advice ! 

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Hi Lyd,

 

I'm in the same situation, looking to get more involved. Passed Level 1, on level 2. Happy for any BSL interaction.

What area are you and where do you study? Have you started going to any deaf clubs, because that is something I need to get involved with now.

Hope you had a good xmas, Stuart

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Hello Stuart

 

Thanks for replying hope you are having a lovely Christmas too.  

I have started level two with a much better teacher but feel a don't have anybody to practice with.  I need help on how to THINK SIGN before i move my hands instead of thinking English first.  I live in the Blackburn area of |Lancashire.  I have been to ELDS Coffee mornings mixing with very patient deaf people.!

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