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Hi everyone! 

I have just started an online course and have learned finger spelling/greetings/colours/some basic questions and some places, using British-sign.co.uk 

I would love to see if there was anyone who was available in the evenings to practice BSL together, someone who is on the same level as me! 

Let me know,

Holly

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On 20/02/2022 at 20:39, HSS said:

Hi everyone! 

I have just started an online course and have learned finger spelling/greetings/colours/some basic questions and some places, using British-sign.co.uk 

I would love to see if there was anyone who was available in the evenings to practice BSL together, someone who is on the same level as me! 

Let me know,

Holly

 

 

hi Holly, 

I completed the introduction last year but had no one to practice with so starting again.  I am available most evenings after 6-30pm.  I use zoom at present.

samantha

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On 11/03/2022 at 15:38, Cmac said:

Hi, I'm just starting an online course and would be grateful to have someone to practice with via skype/zoom. I have experience from years ago with BSL but I'm very rusty these days! 

Claire 


 

hi Claire,

 

I am about to restart the introduction to BSL again, had no one to practice with last year.  I am free most evenings after 6.30 pm.  I tend to use zoom.

 

look forward to hearing from you 

samantha

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On 20/03/2022 at 07:15, Cam IOW said:


 

hi Claire,

 

I am about to restart the introduction to BSL again, had no one to practice with last year.  I am free most evenings after 6.30 pm.  I tend to use zoom.

 

look forward to hearing from you 

samantha

Hi Samantha, I hope you are well. I was wondering if you still would like to practice bsl sometime? I sent you a message. 

Anyone else looking to practice please get in touch too! 

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