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Hi,

I'm Pamela.   I'm currently trying to get myself back up to speed, having got to Level 3 BSL 10 years ago.  I think I'm back up to Level 1 going into Level 2, but I'm quite rusty.  I'm hoping there is someone on this site who is wiling to practice with me.  That was what was lacking before, so I never really got the chance to use BSL on a regular basis.  

I really want to use this in my work as a Voice/Accent/Text coach.  So if there is someone who like me, wants to get more confidence in signing and would like to practice, please get in touch.  We can arrange Zoom sessions to suit.  

You can either contact me through this site or, at [email protected]

I look forward to sharing BSL conversation and stories with you.

Pamela ☺️

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