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Why I'm learning BSL


Shizuka

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I have always been interested in BSL since I was little but I only learned a few signs and found the books hard to read. I feel BSL should be taught in all schools and be a natural part of our lives to make our community more open. I'm learning as it's been a life long passion and have learned some BSL from a deaf friend and I want to learn more, and I want to teach my child it too while they are young. I'm afraid I've left it too long but I'd rather start now properly than not at all.

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