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Hello! 

 

I'm hoping someone can help me on here and I myself am hoping to be a bit more present in the BSL forum community as, as I am working through the course and getting further on in it, I feel it would be a big help. 

Anyway, I'm hoping someone can enlighten me on how you would say, "I'm an only child" or "I don't have any brothers or sisters". I'll try and post what I think is the latter in a video here, and if anyone could let me know if it's right or not, I would really appreciate and hopefully I will be able to repay the favour to someone else one day! 

 

Thanks in advance! 

Amy 

 

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Hi Amy,

I would just sign Brothers, sisters I none. From what I understand you put the topic/subject first. Hope this help. Anybody let me know if this is incorrect please. All learning together :)

 

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Hi Amy, I don't know if it is correct but I have seen "only child" instead of brother none, sister none might help but it also depends on the type of conversation and question asked I guess e.g. Question: brother how many? Answer 0/none 

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