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Hi. I passed level 1 about 14 years ago but still remember some words. I would love to practice with someone who can help teach me new words and have a conversation. Thank you

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Hello there LisaBoo

If you are ok practicing with an oldy i would love to have a recap level 1 with you.  I dont know who reads whose messages but I am Lydia, passed level 1, live in Lancashire and am struggling with level 2..  Hope your having a nice Christmas.

 

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New myself is there a way of speaking privately that you are happy with?  I just wondered what area you  are from. different sign areas.

Facebook maybe?  let me know. thanks

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will look on laptop. sure i downloaded Skype but haven't touched it in years.  If you dont mind me asking what has made you think of picking up with sign again after 14 years. ?  I saw people signing and the enthusiasm that goes in to what the deaf want to "say" made me want to try to learn.  I am totally confused with longer sentences as to order of signing words! thanks.

 

 

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Hi Lyd

My job means I work with the public about 20-30 times per year and I get frustrated when I can’t communicate properly with a deaf person. I always have a go but would like to be more confident. Also, my cousin who doesn’t live close by is deaf and we are both going to a family wedding next year and I would love to be able to chat with her. 

 

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hello, nearly happy new year! 

managed to sort out my skype, please could you give me your skype details, my name is Lydia Harris

 

 

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Sorted Skype out just on phone who knows why camera   not working  on laptop. willing to have a try whenever you are.!

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5.20 today just looked at your message!! ok . on laptop now  camera not working will try skype on phone. :) remember i am no expert!

 

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No .  do you want email or what? skype is just Lydia Harris.  what is your exact name on skype.  I usually chat to daughters on facebook messenger this is new to me

 

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