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I have thought about learning BSL many years ago but was confused with all the variations, now my daughter has met a deaf mute friend and is learning BSL along with her son very well, I don't see him often but want to slowly study and learn to help communicate the best I can, it has only been a week and I find it very interesting and fun to learn.

Once I have leant enough I hope to try signing to other on here if possible. thank you Paul.

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