I passed level 1 BSL at night school many years ago but couldn't do level 2 as it was a day time course and I couldn't attend as I was a childminder. I love learning it and it's a good to be able to communicate with everyone. If anyone wants someone to practice with I'm happy to help, I remember quite a bit of what we've done so far but need to speed up.
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Hello, my name is Amina and I am learning BSL level 1, so I can communicate with deaf people at work. I am currently practicing for exam 102 and 103 which I’m finding difficult, if anyone would like to practice please get in touch.
Hello! I'm a product and industrial design student at the University of the Arts London. I'm currently doing an inclusive entertainment project and became intrigued about deaf people and their relationship with music/melodies/sounds.
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I am Rebecca. I have been learning sign language through British Sign Language webpage for the past 2 years. I haven’t got far with the course. I have some deaf friends in the church I go to Bromley Town Church. I am learning sign language so I can talk to my friends. I am considering becoming one of the interrupters at church if and when I know enough sign language.